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Drug Abuse Therapists in Greensboro

“I have been in practice as a psych.mental health nurse since the seventies and as a LIC. PROF. COUNSELOR since licensure ocurred in 1996. Prior to licensure I was a Registered Prof. Counselor here in NC. I have presented throughout the world for SAMSHA. Consulted for US gov. For many years in Addictive Disease, Cultural Competency in therapy, and patient centered therapy. I am puvlished both federally and oublically. Notable for the feds. is : TIPS #35-MOTIVATIONAL ENHANCEMENT THERAPY IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE, CONCENSUS PANEL OF EXPERTS IN ADDICTIVE DISEASE.
Drug Abuse
(336) 441-5004
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Larry Keller, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BA, CSAC-I, CAI-I
“Substance abuse affects more than the abuser. Family systems are hurt and damaged by abuse. I have worked with both adolescent and adults in need of recovery and with their families for many years. It is my desire to network families with the care they need to sustain long term recovery. Arise Interventionist and Continuing Care providers specialize in helping families heal. The 12 traditions of NA teach us that the end result of addiction is jails, institutions and death. For free consultation contact me at 434-334-6508.
Drug Abuse
(434) 262-4015
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Neuropsychiatric Care Center, Psychiatrist  in Greensboro
“My name is Mojeed Akintayo(aka Dr. A). I am a practicing psychiatrist who has recently opened a practice in Greensboro, NC. I completed my medical education at College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria. I proceeded to Columbia University, Harlem Hospital Center in New York City where I completed my training in Adult Psychiatry. I attended fellowship training in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY. I am Board Certified in Adult and general Psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I have worked as a staff psychiatrist at various hospitals.
Drug Abuse
(336) 397-4428
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Angela Rae Wiley, Counselor  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, MAC, NCC, RDTBCT, BC-DMT
“I offer individual, family and group therapy. I specialize in using dance and drama therapy with victims of abuse, people with developmental and physical limitations, and individuals struggling with eating disorders and substance abuse. I am a MA, LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor), LPCS (LPC supervisor), LCAS (Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist), CCS (Clinical Counseling Supervisor), MAC (Masters of Addiction Counseling), NCC (National Certified Counselor), BC-DMT (Board Certified- Dance Movement Therapist), RDT/BCT (Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer). I offer a free telephone consultation. Each session has the opportunity to "move" instead of "sit" giving a chance to express feelings and emotions though your body.
Drug Abuse
(336) 754-2080
Greensboro, North Carolina 27404
“My goal is to help people accomplish their goals as quickly as possible in a caring and focused way. I like to focus on the whole person: body, mind and soul. My way of helping clients is to join them collaboratively and help them find the answers I know they already have and are waiting to discover.
Drug Abuse
(336) 803-7452
Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
Tree of Life Counseling, PLLC, Treatment Facility  in Greensboro
“Tree of Life Counseling is private practice committed to quality mental health care of all people. We are further committed to the philosophy that we exist for the client. Our practice offers individual, couples, marital, and family counseling for a variety of issues. Tree of Life Counselors provides Affirmative Therapy for all LGBTQ clients.
Drug Abuse
(336) 791-4938
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
“Life is not easy, and is hard to navigate on your own at times. I know that it is hard to admit that you may need help, but if you are tired of your life as it is and are ready for change I am there to guide you through this challenging and amazing process one step at a time. Whether it is everyday stresses or a full blown trauma I am equipped to help you learn how to cope with these experiences in a healthy manner within a safe and confidential environment.
Drug Abuse
(336) 939-8114 x211
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Tawnya Thompson, MS LPC, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Life presents us with challenges that are sometimes difficult to handle. These challenges can sometimes interfere with our daily functioning as well as effect other areas of our lives. I believe that how we deal with our issues is a direct result of our belief about our issues. Addressing our beliefs about our issues can lead to more appropriate behaviors and put us on the road to a more successful life. I have an eclectic approach to therapy. I believe in focusing on solutions to problems while addressing the circumstances surrounding the problems.
Drug Abuse
(336) 506-7202
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Christien Harden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA, LCASA
“Life isn't always easy but, it should not always be a struggle. I offer a wide range of therapeutic techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy as well as Motivational Interviewing to assist individuals throughout the therapeutic process. My area focus while attending graduate school at East Carolina University, was the LGBT community and Substance Abuse. I feel that both populations are frequently undeserved and are marginalized by society. It is my wish to assist the LGBT community as well as those struggling with Substance Abuse issues by providing an experienced, caring atmosphere to grow and heal.
Drug Abuse
(336) 791-2505
Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
Brian Heller, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Life really is all about perception and I want to help you perceive a more positive life. I know that life presents challenges to us all, but I also believe that how you choose to think about those challenges will determine how you feel. And of course, how you feel will determine how you live. I'm here to help you think about things in new ways, and to help you find more satisfaction in your life. I use an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.
Drug Abuse
(336) 459-1032
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
“Improving one's life requires commitment and work. My ideal client is one who is ready and willing to work with me to address their issues. My experience includes family therapy, couples counseling, individual therapy, group therapy, mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and juvenile delinquency prevention. I've worked with a wide range of clients including men & women, children, adolescents, adults, groups, families, and multifamily groups, ages ranging from 5-yrs old to 70-yrs old.
Drug Abuse
(336) 792-5505
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Jack Register, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
“Since receiving my degree I have worked in settings where clients with medical conditions like cancer, HIV/AIDS, kidney failure, addiction, and/or co-occurring mental illness have been present. I have years of experience in working with adolescents and adults who struggle with active or family history of addiction and mental illness. I have facilitated groups for families and active addicts as well. I believe in a recovery model of care and can incorporate the 12 step model into care.
Drug Abuse
(336) 899-8022
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Amanda (Michelich) Kirby, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Are you feeling angry, anxious, or depressed? Weighed down by life stressors? Overwhelmed by conflicting roles and responsibilities? I will partner with you to help you be happier and more effective in navigating life's stressful complexities and challenges. I believe that we all need a shoulder to cry on, a place to vent, and someone with whom to brainstorm new ideas. I see my clients as unique, competent, and capable human beings who can use their strengths to bring about positive change in a timely manner. I am committed to supporting each of my clients in a safe and confidential environment.
Drug Abuse
(336) 540-9400 x306
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
Amber Smoot Kelley, Counselor  in Greensboro
“I provide outpatient therapy to individuals, couples and families. My clients are children, adolescents and adults of all ages. I work with you to accurately assess your needs and to develop specific treatment plans and strategies to meet your goals. I listen carefully to your concerns and help you to learn new skills, change behavioral habits and learn to view situations differently. People seek counseling for a variety of reasons, including struggles with a life change or circumstance, emotional or psychological pain, dealing with the negative consequences of behaviors or the desire to learn new skills to improve their overall health.
Drug Abuse
(336) 792-5841 x302
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Enjonae Anderson, Counselor  in Greensboro
“If you feel that you are not functioning as well as you would like to or are not working up to your full potential, therapy can help. My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, confidential setting where you can make positive changes, develop effective coping skills and improve self- acceptance and self-image. I use a gentle, supportive counseling approach and provide a safe setting in which clients can explore feelings and develop insight into their lives. I work closely with schools and doctors to provide the best treatment possible.
Drug Abuse
(336) 685-8329
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
Laura M Taylor, Counselor  in Greensboro
“No matter your intended reason for seeking therapy, I believe that with a truer sense of self awareness and acceptance you will be better equipped to be pro-active in your life choices, as well as understanding how to relate to others. Therapy allows you a protected place to explore your reactions, thoughts, and feelings, as well as an opportunity to practice new skills to utilize for your self and other relationships.
Drug Abuse
(336) 496-2361
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408
David Pate, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Greensboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LPC, LCAS, CCS
“I work with adults, adolescents, and families who are struggling with substance abuse, mental health, and relational and issues. I help those individuals dealing with process addictions including gambling, spending, sexual, and internet addiction as well. I provide assessments to determine the level of care needed and assist in helping get to that place. In addition I provide interventions to families who have a loved one caught up in a life controlling problem.
Drug Abuse
(336) 645-3132 x04
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
Kirsten Schoonmaker Bryant, Counselor  in Greensboro
“Since 1992, I have had the honor of accompanying countless individuals in their journey towards living more authentic and satisfying lives. I am convinced that everyone possesses the ability to live their life to its fullest potential. As your counselor, my role is to help awaken you to this dormant power within. I believe that we all function based on the beliefs instilled in us at an early age and are reinforced in various ways throughout our lives. It is when we begin to challenge these "truths" that we experience a great awakening and discover our true self.
Drug Abuse
(336) 802-1172
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27406
Mood Treatment Center, Psychiatrist  in Greensboro
“Mood impacts the whole person, from their thoughts and emotions to their family life and physical health. Today, full recovery is possible, and there are many effective treatments to choose from including therapy, medication, supplements, light-box, and dietary and lifestyle approaches. Many of the therapies we specialize in are designed to work for particular problems, including CBT and Mindfulness for depression and anxiety, CBASP for chronic depression, EMDR for PTSD, Coaching for ADHD, Social Rhythm Therapy for Bipolar and Behavior Therapy for OCD. We also provide therapy for families, couples and specific therapies for sexual difficulties.
Drug Abuse
(336) 939-0683
Office is near:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Life Center of Galax, Treatment Facility  in Greensboro
“Located in Galax, Virginia, The Life Center of Galax is a private drug and alcohol rehab center for the treatment of alcoholism, drug addiction and dual diagnosis. The Life Center opened in 1973, and was the first rehabilitation facility in Virginia specifically licensed and accredited to exclusively treat chemical dependency. Treatment includes the 12-step principles, educational lectures, counseling, gender-specific groups, sober leisure activities and relapse prevention planning.
Drug Abuse
(877) 503-0781
We serve:
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408

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Drug Abuse Therapists
Drug abuse is a form of physical addiction characterized by the brain's overreaction to drugs (or to cues associated with the drugs). Drug addiction may take many forms or be caused by many substances but when referred to in the clinical sense usually involves an addiction to amphetamines, cannabis or marijuana, cocaine, hallucinogens, nicotine, opioids or sedatives.

If you're looking for help with drug abuse in Greensboro or for Greensboro drug abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for drug addiction or for individuals and couples in a relationship where drugs are a disruptive factor. They include Greensboro drug abuse Therapists, drug abuse psychologists and Greensboro drug abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with drug addiction in Greensboro, alcohol drug addiction, teenage drug addiction, substance and Greensboro drug abuse and treatment for drug addiction in Greensboro. A Therapist can also identify the signs and causes of drug addiction, discuss intervention and refer victims to drug addiction treatment centers, dry-out clinics or drug programs.

Drug abuse causes problems for the family and loved ones of drug addicts who may also need help and support.

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

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