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Alcohol Abuse Therapists in Denver

Arrowhead Lodge, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Arrowhead Lodge is a 10,000 sf mountain lodge nestled in the pine mountains that surround Prescott, Arizona. Clients enjoy the quiet, tranquil setting as they work through issues that keep them from living a life free from addiction. Our program is specifically designed for men and addresses all aspects of a man's life. Our clinical team consists of a board certified addiction psychiatrist, a board certified clinical psychologist, licensed professional counselor, licensed clinical social worker, licensed substance abuse counselors who work as a team to formulate the right treatment plan for our clients. There are no lengths of stay at Arrowhead Lodge - stay as long as you need to and allow yourself time to fall apart and get put back together.
Alcohol Abuse
(888) 675-7022
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80012
Jan Marie Burns, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCSW, LAC
“I have worked as a therapist since 1987. Over time, I have learned powerful techniques to help people heal old and new wounds from abuse, neglect and trauma. I love to help people transform pain into opportunities for growth and change. I believe anyone can change and heal. I like to use a combination of transactional analysis and visualization to work through trauma. I am also trained in TFT (thought field therapy). I have worked with addictions, compulsions and sexual offending and I have worked with adults and adolescents.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 731-2313
Denver, Colorado 80223
Dorie McCubbrey, Counselor  in Denver
“If you struggle with binge eating disorder, compulsive eating, food addiction, bulimia, anorexia, or any other issues with food and weight, I am here as your guide to freedom. For the past 18 years, I have been a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders and obesity, and my philosophy is "complete recovery" -- that you can live as if you've never had an eating disorder. I know what it's like to struggle with these issues -- and how to live in freedom. I also specialize in the treatment of alcohol abuse, addiction, depression, anxiety, and other co-occurrinng disorders.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 578-3812
Denver, Colorado 80206
Center For Recovery, Inc., Treatment Facility  in Denver
“The Center For Recovery offers substance abuse outpatient treatment programs for teens and adults. All groups meet 3 evening a week for 12 weeks. Our program provides a safe, intimate setting wherein individuals can explore their core issues, develop greater self-awareness and self-confidence and learn coping skills and interpersonal skills as well as relapse prevention skills. Groups are not 12 step based.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 578-3528
Denver, Colorado 80224
Kirk S Johnson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe we have the answers to our questions and issues within ourselves. As a therapist, my role is to help you unveil these answers. I want to help you work on issues related to trauma, grief and loss, addiction, mental illness, life transitions, and life coaching. People Iíve worked with describe me as authentic, sincere, and compassionate. I understand from my own experienceóand those whom Iíve worked with--what suffering and struggle mean and how debilitating it can be. I want to help you work through your issues so you can begin to live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 747-4758
Denver, Colorado 80222
Shadow Mountain Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Shadow Mountain Recovery Day Treatment Program allows people that might not have the funding to pay for residential care through insurance, at a lessor cost, and obtain treatment that is very similar to a residential model, which gives way to a good transition from residential to day treatment, following the idea of a continuum of care. The day treatment program consists of a 30-60 day process. Our experienced assessment team will evaluate our clients on whether 30 or 60 days is the most appropriate for each client and create a personalized program. Insurance - due to the fact that day treatment is a lower level of care, most insurance companies will cover at least a portion of day treatment groups, affording families the opportunity to use insurance benefits to pay for some of the costs of this group. Our experienced insurance experts will assist families in utilizing their insurance benefits to their fullest removing a stressful component that a family deals with during their quest to seeking coverage.
Alcohol Abuse
(719) 695-4966
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80202
Ken Seeley Communities, Treatment Facility  in Denver
Treatment Facility
“Located near the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and the vibrant heart of downtown Palm Springs,the Ken Seeley Recovery Community is a private, secluded, spiritual retreat with lush gardens, dramatic mountain views and spacious one and two bedroom villas with separate living/dining areas and fully-equipped kitchens. Meditate in the quiet gardens, walk to local 12 Step Meetings in the neighborhood, hike in nearby Tahquitz Canyon, relax by the pool, or enjoy Fellowship on Palm Canyon Drive in downtown Palm Springs. The Ken Seeley Recovery Community is the perfect place to continue, and strengthen, your recovery program. Originally built in 1956 and recently renovated, this exclusive hideaway combines uncompromising elegance with every modern amenity in the tradition of a fine resort. Comfort and luxury are the hallmarks of the Ken Seeley Recovery Community.
Alcohol Abuse
(877) 666-0457
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80211
Step One Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Denver
Treatment Facility
“What if you could heal the past, live joyfully in the present, and manifest your dreams in the future? Step One Recovery is comprised of a team of caring people that understands the dysfunction of drugs and alcohol.
Alcohol Abuse
(714) 408-7993
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80232
Bow Creek Recovery Center, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Bow Creek & Bella Vista provides comprehensive holistic recovery care for individuals and families seeking a life-changing solution to their addiction to drugs and alcohol. Located in the magnificent Treasure Valley of central Idaho, our holistic recovery program combines fresh air and natural beauty with effective treatment methods. We know from years of professional experience that the power to change lies inside each person. At Bow Creek & Bella Vista holistic recovery center, our shared goal is to help our clients find their personal inner power, harness it, and use it as a guide for a life based in health, not in addiction. Holistic recovery focuses on achieving a healthy, happy state of the body, mind, and the spirit. Our professional and support staff understand that each person is a complete individual. While some areas of therapy are group oriented, our treatment plans for each person are meticulously created just for them. Bow Creek & Bella Vista's holistic recovery programs include approaches that address the whole person. This is the essence of holistic recovery care: combining the best of traditional mainstream addiction therapy with effective alternative care.
Alcohol Abuse
(855) 890-3374
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80219
NorthStar Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship difficulties are all part of the normal human experience. Being able to talk about these experiences with an expert, manage them successfully, and make conscious changes in one's life, is the essence of counseling. Finding to right person with whom to discuss deeply personal and often painful topics can take courage and determination. Like finding a calm shelter in a storm, my goal is to make talking with a counselor a centering, up-lifting and supportive experience.
Alcohol Abuse
(720) 924-7172
Denver, Colorado 80221
Freedom Center, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“At Freedom Center we start with the premise that alcohol and drug dependency is a treatable disease that affects all facets of an individuals' life. This disease is caused by part(s) of a person not functioning in a healthy, balanced manner. In essence, the person has lost their inner balance-for inherent health and wholeness of life. If balance is resorted between the body, mind, heart and spirit, people can regain their freedom to choose a sober, healthy and fulfilling life. We teach, coach and support participant's on this journey back to wholeness and health with practical and realistic self mastery skills. We blend both traditional addiction technology with newer whole body sciences and therapies to achieve long term, successful recovery. We stay abreast of the latest wellness treatment models and integrate these new and proven techniques into our program to increase participant's success.
Alcohol Abuse
(720) 330-3743
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80219
Serenity at Stout Street Foundation, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Our 28-day intensive residential program is unique in that we provide traditional groups and classes, as well as many holistic approaches that aid in the recovery process. This includes acupuncture, yoga, and an introduction to the 12-steps. Our program is also made available at the competitive price of $5000.
Alcohol Abuse
(720) 523-0436
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80206
HOH Recovery Services, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“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:
Denver, Colorado 80208
SquareOne Drug Rehab, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“At SquareONE we understand that every situation is unique and presents its own distinct set of issues, financial, logistic and otherwise. We do not subscribe to the "one-size-fits-all" approach that many other agencies do. We are a placement and referral agency with established working relationships with professional interventionists and treatment center's across the country, in all settings and price ranges. At SquareONE we take the guess-work out of finding the right drug rehab for you or a loved one.
Alcohol Abuse
(714) 203-6697
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80221
Ryan M Mueller, Counselor  in Denver
“While my background has focused on trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy with a mindfulness towards existential & person-centered concepts, your concerns and needs will inform our sessions. As society has a way of categorizing and pathologizing us in ways that limit our true potential to find our genuine selves, we will work to build confidence and understanding in the self. By forming a collaborative and authentic therapeutic relationship from which to explore difficulties and concerns we can find healing and foster real change.
Alcohol Abuse
(636) 266-4627
Denver, Colorado 80222
Alex Castro, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, NCC, CACIII, EMDR, LPC-C
“I specialize in working with diverse clients who struggle with anxiety, addiction, anger and trauma. Have worked in the area of anger management, substance use and EMDR, as well as communication skills within relationships. I take pride and joy in working with a wide array of clients of all walks of life that desire to evolve and grow from their life experiences. My experience working with various systems (Probation, Human Services, DOC, and Community Mental Health) have given me a wide array of exposure to a diverse population with various needs. Helping others help themselves through empowerment and positive change is my passion.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 625-9414
Denver, Colorado 80222
Gwen M Vogel, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have a private practice that focuses on individual therapy and psychological assessment. In addition to conducting psychological evaluations for immigration, pre-adoption and other forensic purposes, I work with people who are searching for meaning, coping with loss, struggling with relationship issues or adjusting to the process of returning from international aid work or assignments. I have also consulted with a number of well known international organizations such as Doctors Without Borders and have written about and lectured on a wide range of topics including international disaster psychology and PTSD.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 578-3828
Denver, Colorado 80216
E Asher Eno, Counselor  in Denver
“As a therapist I enjoy collaborating with individuals, couples or families wanting to work towards growth and healing. My experience ranges from seeing individuals with mood disorders to couples with communications issues. I am an active member of the LGBTQ communities and work with people in these communities to find a sense of happiness and self-esteem in relation to our society. In addition, I work with trans-identified individuals seeking hormone replacement or sexual reassignment surgery. I strive to support and work most effectively with individuals, couples and/or families who are seeking change.
Alcohol Abuse
(303) 945-3697
Denver, Colorado 80246
Brian M. Keltner, Counselor  in Denver
“ARE YOU ANXIOUS OR DEPRESSED? ANGRY? STRESSED? STRUGGLING WITH GRIEF, LOSS, OR PAST ABUSE? Experiencing relationship problems? In a difficult life transition? Need a professional, trained perspective to help you gain insight or find solutions to a problem that has plagued you for a long time? Are you an Armed Forces Veteran suffering from PTSD, battle stress, suicidal thinking, or other concerns unique to your profession? I provide individuals and couples a confidential, safe, comfortable, and healing environment in which to gain psychological insight, acquire mental health skills, and enjoy an improved quality of life.
Alcohol Abuse
(719) 285-7846
Denver, Colorado 80237
Jason Seidel, Psychologist  in Denver
“I work with a wide range of clients, but specialize in helping adults who have not been helped by past treatment, who have problems feeling connected, or who have long-standing struggles with trauma, depression, anxiety, or relationships. Every therapist thinks they are "better than average." But extremely few psychologists in private practice actually track how effective they are--and are willing to publish their overall results. That's what we all do at The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence. I invite you to read about my approach, results, fees, articles, and resources at thecoloradocenter.com.
Alcohol Abuse
(720) 509-9910
Denver, Colorado 80222
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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 Denver or for a Denver 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 Denver alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in Denver, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in Denver. 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 Denver or joining AA ( Denver Alcoholics Anonymous).

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

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