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Alcohol Abuse Therapists in Columbus

Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“If you're a professional or individual who has a high stress lifestyle, who is challenged by alcohol abuse, drug abuse, gambling, sex addiction, and the anxiety and depression that accompanies these problems, I can help. I've been working with health care workers, elected officials, business owners, corporate managers, therapists, stay at home parents, teachers, and others for more than 8 years and I understand the particular dynamics impacting you.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 467-8199
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Recovery Capital, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“At Recovery Capital, our superior team of addiction specialists understand that every patient's treatment path is different. That's why we partner with patients and families alike to customize our innovative recovery services to ensure all of our clients receive the care, attention and course of action required to successfully help them achieve holistic health and well-being. We proudly specialize in connecting our clients with first-rate facilities that offer a distinctive range of treatment services.
Alcohol Abuse
(609) 910-1076
We serve:
Columbus, Ohio 43228
Legacy Freedom Treatment Centers, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“Our holistic substance abuse and addiction treatment program heals the whole you, and rivals many 30-90 day inpatient treatment programs, all the while letting you maintain and greatly improve your life, without checking into a hospital-style facility. We believe in treating the individual from the inside out, and through group and individual sessions, can help you overcome addiction and dependency once and for all, and live life with passion. With the proper treatment, you can live a calm, relaxed life, free of the fear of relapse. Life shouldn't be consumed with feeling the urge or pressure to use alcohol or drugs to get though the day, nor should life be about living in constant fear of relapse or using. There's no need for you, your spouse, a friend, or family member to live with addiction any longer.
Alcohol Abuse
(877) 743-7932
Columbus, Ohio 43212
HOH Recovery Services, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“House of Hope Recovery Services is a Christian based drug and alcohol treatment center for adult men. We are located in Southern California. Our foundational philosophy is that real change comes through dependence on God through Christ empowered by the Holy Spirit. At House of Hope we understand that every individual is unique. That's why our staff members spend time with each client to determine the best treatment plan for them. All treatment plans are based on biblical principles and serve to help deepen one's relationship with God.
Alcohol Abuse
(760) 659-7826
We serve:
Columbus, Ohio 43203
Rebecca J Gaines, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and work with families and individuals of all ages. I specialize in mood disorders, eating disorders, and family conflict. My ability to acutely discern individual symptoms enables me to work with a variety of clients in different situations and life scenarios. My primary goal is to provide a comfortable space for clients to speak openly about their concerns, fears, and even hopes! In working through these issues, I equip my clients with the tools necessary to cope with life's obstacles and move forward with a clear path toward their goals.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 472-8436
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Linda S Karlovec, Psychologist  in Columbus
“A licensed psychologist since 1983, Linda S. Karlovec, Ph.D. works with individuals, couples, and families to help them cope with life's challenges. Dr. Karlovec helps clients deal with building and sustaining relationships; creating balance between work and family; depression and anxiety; and issues associated with spirituality, self-esteem, and physical health. For many clients, achieving their goals means increasing their capacity for acceptance of themselves and others, empathy and understanding of others, and being able to manage and share their emotions.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 664-6409
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Enliven Resource, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Welcome to Enliven Resource. We provide supportive, comprehensive, and superior clinical services for adults, adolescents, children, couples, families and employers. We're dedicated to helping others overcome life challenges. Our extensive expertise includes but not limited to: Unexpected stressors (grief or crisis), Chronic conditions (past trauma, anxiety or depression), relational issues and Work-related struggles. We understand the importance of working holistically - focusing on the individual along with the people and influences that impact their life (family, school, employer, other medical professions) to ensure the most effective treatment and the best outcome.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 682-6853 x1
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Harry Warner, Counselor  in Columbus
“"Live right, (they/she/he) reminded (their)self, and have faith that good things will flow from you even if you never learn of them." (Irving Yalom, 1999). Every person has worth and the innate ability to heal, grow, and/or change. Yet, life does not exist without barriers. My hope is to help you remove obstacles to a better life. Whether it's anxiety, depression, interpersonal/identity problems, or plain old stagnation, I would like to help. I use a an integrative model of therapy that incorporates existential, interpersonal, and holistic wellness to assist you in meeting your goals.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 980-0278
Columbus, Ohio 43202
Ted Bonar, Psychologist  in Columbus
“It is important that a therapist is the right match for you; please ask about a no-risk contingency session. I honor and respect the work of collaborative therapy that is flexible and focused to your specific needs. I value the confidentiality of private therapy, free from the restrictions imposed by many insurance companies (i.e. limited sessions, mandatory diagnosis). My focus includes the safe environment in which women and men can each explore what is needed, and my role as a therapist may vary depending upon the concern. Some insurance is accepted. Please see my website for more information.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 454-4680
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Karen M Herrmann, Counselor  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPCC-S, LICDC-S, dipl, Jungian, Analyst
“As a Zurich trained JUNGIAN ANALYST & Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, I work with you to understand and utilize your own innate wisdom for personal growth and transformation. Psychological suffering such as depression, anxiety, addiction, restlessness, lack of meaning, or spiritual crisis can be an opportunity for growth. Together we strive to find a deeper meaning in these symptoms to allow for healing and a more balanced life. I have work experience as a primary therapist in both an inpatient and outpatient treatment facility, which provided me with a keen understanding of mental health issues and ways to manage symptoms.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 288-3303
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Lisa Lubkeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I have over 25 years experience working in the mental health, substance abuse, and eating disorder fields. I believe in therapy that is focused, meaningful, productive, and evidence based. It is my honor to work with you as you strive to function and feel better; while becoming more effective in your day to day life. I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, Dialectical Behavioral Treatment, Interpersonal Treatment, Motivational Interviewing, and Crisis Intervention. I see adult clients 18 or older as well as geriatric clients for individual therapy. I am GLBT sensitive and practice an open and affirming practice.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 524-0364
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Christian Counselor Patricia Cornelious LPC, LICDC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Columbus
“Affordable, Biblically based Christian Counseling for those struggling with chemical dependency (drug and alcohol problems) or Addictions, mental health issues and marital problems. The Bible Says to "Cast your cares on Jesus because he cares for you." 1Peter 5:7. Having a hard time not drinking, or getting high on cocaine, heroin, or other drugs? We can help. Call us today. Don't let your fear stop you from being all that Jesus wants you to be. Today is the day of Salvation. Call us! We treat all chemical dependency issues. E-Counseling Services (over the Internet) and Face to Face services available.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 568-6208
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Victoria M Williamson, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with 14 years of experience, and a background in Art Therapy. I specialize in counseling adults, and have experience treating mood disorders, gambling addiction, family conflict, relationships in transition, grief and loss, end of life issues, couples counseling and substance abuse.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 310-4501
Columbus, Ohio 43206
Lisa Fallara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, ACM
“Is it time to consider a new direction? A new path? A new destiny? Imagine a future much better than your past. Imagine better communication. Imagine seeing real light at the end of the tunnel. Have you ever wondered what life might be like.... Don't sit in defeat get the support and assistance you need to manage life's challenges. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, the experience of trauma, adjustment, relationship difficulties, addiction, poor self-image, or overall barriers to wellness, our goal is to work with you and to help you find solutions to what feel like impossible tasks.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 528-4241
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Stephanie Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MSW, JD
“My theoretical orientation is eclectic and integrative incorporating interpersonal process therapy (IPT) (here and now), psychodynamic, relational and CBT models. I approach therapy from a strengths based approach, focusing on client’s inherent strengths and resiliencies rather than their weaknesses. I also utilize CBT to focus on changing negative core beliefs and cognitive distortions and DBT to teach distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal assertiveness skills. Lastly, I am very relational in my approach in order to provide clients with a corrective emotional experience and holding environment for them to feel safe, secure, empowered and validated.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 656-1840
Columbus, Ohio 43221
Ann Naumoff, Counselor  in Columbus
“I want you to come in, feel comfortable and feel like you can talk about what's happening in your life. My job is to create an open environment to give you the opportunity to work through anything that may be heavy on your mind. As we talk we can pull out what's happening and help you find the right solution to give you peace in your world. Come and experience a safe, judgement free, confidential space that is created for your particular needs. Grab a cup of coffee and let's spend some time just for you.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 450-1524
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Catherine Mccutcheon, Counselor  in Columbus
“The enjoyment of seeing individuals and families grow, successfully transitioning as they journey through their lives is is why I have been a counselor for over 20 years and still love what I do. It is my experience that people are better able to face their challenges through the unity of wisdom and compassion. This is what I offer.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 423-6402
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is centrally located in Ohio in the state capitol, Columbus, which provides a continuum of behavioral health services for adults and senior adults in a safe, secure environment. As OHP has medical physicians on staff, we are able to include treatment for medical conditions such as uncontrolled type II diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hepatitis C, and chronic kidney disease, in each client's plan of care. Offering five separate, distinct units, in a ninety-bed free-standing behavioral health center, each unit is specifically designed to meet all the needs of our clients in an environment conducive to healing. OHP is an ever-improving care facility that aims to redefine the ways in which mental healthcare is delivered. Through our partnerships with physicians and other professionals, the usage of technology, and the extension of our services from the hospital to the home, Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry will continue to be a leader in creating distinct, effective mental illness management.
Alcohol Abuse
(844) 220-7383
Columbus, Ohio 43223
Robert Gore, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Dr. Gore works with individuals, couples, and families. He tailors his therapy to each situation, drawing on his training in cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic therapy. He has worked across the lifespan, with clients ranging in age from 5 to 95. Dr. Gore holds a Ph.D. from the clinical psychology program at the University of Southern California. He has taught clinical psychology courses in assessment and psychotherapy and done academic research on mental illness, drug use, dementia, and HIV. He was licensed as a psychologist in California in 2000 and in Ohio in 2013.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 907-4788
Columbus, Ohio 43220
LIVE Wellness Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Are you hurting? Looking for change? Hoping for compassionate, productive and comfortable counseling services? At LIVE Wellness Center we come along side our clients to assist in breaking free from negative patterns, finding healing from emotional pain and working through relational conflict. We do this through the use of our clinical expertise, and compassion for our client's wellbeing. We offer traditional counseling services, as well as, massage, aromatherapy, art therapy, and Christian counseling for those who request it. We are close to Upper Arlington, Hilliard, Grandview, and downtown Columbus, Ohio. And are easily accessed off I-670.
Alcohol Abuse
(614) 437-9910
Columbus, Ohio 43215

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Alcohol Abuse Therapists
Alcoholism, or alcohol dependence, is the most severe form of alcohol abuse. It is a chronic disease characterized by the consumption of alcohol at a level that interferes with physical and mental health and with family and social responsibilities. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious health, family, or legal problems.

If you're looking for help with alcohol abuse in Columbus or for a Columbus alcohol abuse Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for alcohol abuse or for individuals and couples in a relationship where alcohol is a disruptive factor. They include alcohol abuse therapists, alcohol abuse psychologists and Columbus alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in Columbus, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in Columbus. Therapists can identify the signs and causes of alcohol abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to alcohol abuse treatment centers. A Therapist may also discuss 12 step programs in Columbus or joining AA ( Columbus Alcoholics Anonymous).

Alcohol abuse causes problems for the family and loved ones of alcoholics--they may also need help and support, which these Columbus Therapists can provide.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Columbus have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Columbus you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Columbus and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Columbus or family therapy in Columbus.