Drug and Alcohol Addiction/Abuse
Is your use of drugs or alcohol interfering with your relationships? Do you feel like you can’t live without this behavior (including gambling, using the internet, playing video games) or substance? Have you noticed your physical health declining? If you are experiencing significant negative consequences because of your choices, and all you can think about is the behavior/substance you’re addicted to, therapy can help you get on the road to recovery. Don’t let your addiction take you away from the people and things you love. Together we’ll get to the root of the problem so you can stay clean and live a healthy, sober life.
Coping with a Loved One’s Drug or Alcohol Addiction
Do you feel like you can no longer cope with the fact the person you care about is addicted to drugs or alcohol? If you’ve tried everything you can to give that person a better life, but feel like you’re hitting a brick wall, Serenity Lane can help. Don’t let your own emotional and physical health be impacted by your loved one’s addiction. Counseling can help you shed those feelings of helplessness, guilt, anxiety, or shame, and bring joy back into your life.
Hear Dr. Heather Violante talk about self-care on an episode of the podcast TABOO Talk Time with Dr. Eva: “Putting Yourself First When Caring for Someone with an Addiction“.