Address: 1414 South County Rd. 283, Suite D       Phone: (404) 429-2505        Hours: By Appointment

Addictions Counseling

An Addictions Counselor is a support person for people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders and other behavioral issues. They teach individuals how to modify their behavior with the intention of full recovery. Because clients are susceptible to relapses, many addiction counselors work with clients on an on-going basis.

Other duties include:

  • Meeting with clients to evaluate their health and substance problem
  • Identifying issues and create goals and treatment plans
  • Teaching clients coping mechanisms
  • Helping clients find jobs or reestablish their career
  • Leading group therapy sessions
  • Providing updates and progress reports to courts
  • Referring clients to support groups
  • Setting up aftercare plans
  • Meeting with family members and provide guidance and support

Intervention Services

Substance Abuse and Mental health Interventions are so much more than just getting a loved one, friend or colleague into treatment. It is not only about the patient, but those who love them as well. Our Intervention process for your loved one is an invitation for change. The Intervention process may seem scary at first, but we are here to walk with you every step of the way. Services that may be part of an intervention include

  • Treatment center selection
  • Preparation day for family, friends and colleagues prior to client intervention
  • Intervention day
  • Ongoing support for the entire system

Legal Support

One of the unfortunate associated challenges that come with addictive behavior can be legal consequences. Amy is specifically trained to partner with clients, families and legal professionals to help bridge gaps and navigate these challenges in the best way possible.

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