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Drug Abuse Therapists in West Virginia (WV)

Drug & Alcohol Detox - Mount Regis Center, Treatment Facility  in Beckley
“We are a 12-step based addiction center that uses holistic methods in addition to standard addiction treatment strategies to lead to abstinence in a manner that focuses on the whole person. You will feel the difference when you walk into our facility. Our experienced and dedicated staff will display only respect for those, such as you, who have found the courage to take the first step to recovery. For those who need it, we provide medically monitored inpatient detoxification treatment. While many programs provide a cookie cutter approach to detox, we recognize this is a stage that many experience great trepidation over. We always treat the individual not the symptoms, so first you will receive a comprehensive evaluation in order to develop a plan that meets your individual needs. We will provide education as to what you can expect during the withdrawal process. Our approach is to get you off the drug as quickly as possible while ensuring the safest and most comfortable process at the same time. Our staff will provide help managing any discomfort you may experience during your detox while also providing the support and encouragement so critical during these beginning days.
Drug Abuse
(540) 692-1151
We serve:
Beckley, West Virginia 25801
Mt. Regis Center, Treatment Facility  in Fairmont
“Mount Regis Center is an intimate 25 bed addiction recovery center that provides each patient with an individualized treatment plan. We use a holistic approach when treating addiction and co-occurring disorders, making sure that every aspect of an individual is cared for. The staff at Mt. Regis make it a priority to get to know each patient on a personal level, learning all about their personality, existing medical issues, likes and dislikes, all of the characteristics that make them unique. Since we are a 12-step addiction recovery center, we offer onsite detox. We offer a wide variety of therapeutic and experiential methods of treatment that are employed as soon as all toxins are safely removed from your body. Although we are mainly a group centered program we do provide individual sessions on an as needed basis as well. We also take the time to include family in the recovery process so that you can help begin to mend lost family ties. Upon completion of our recovery program, we provide a number of aftercare programs, such as partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient therapy, all of which are designed to help you continue to be successful with your sobriety.
Drug Abuse
(866) 269-2191
We serve:
Fairmont, West Virginia 26554
Melissa McCarthy, American Addiction Centers, Treatment Facility  in Grafton
“Recovery starts with hope. I can start you on your way. Hope is the first step to realizing a healthy, clean and sober life. I facilitate hope by breaking down the barriers that traditionally keep people from getting the help they need. I collect basic demographic and insurance information and gather key details about addiction progression, family history, legal/employment issues and other precipitating events to provide clinically and financially appropriate treatment options within hours of first contact. I not only provide the hope to imagine a better life is possible, but the right tools to make that better life a lasting reality.
Drug Abuse
(443) 341-5368
We serve:
Grafton, West Virginia 26354
Retreat at Lancaster County, Treatment Facility  in Morgantown
“Retreat is located on 24 wooded, serene acres providing the ideal setting for the early stages of recovery. The 120 bed campus includes common areas, dining room, treatment center, gymnasium, fitness center and patient rooms featuring locally handmade Amish furniture, full size beds, granite counters and ceramic tile showers.
Drug Abuse
(717) 798-3515
We serve:
Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
Matthew C Kellar, Counselor  in Barboursville
“I am a Licensed Psychologist. I provide therapy and assessment services to adults and adolescents. I specialize in treating concerns related to anxiety and depression, although I have experience treating individuals with a wide range of concerns. Whether you are having difficulty in your current situation or have a history of mental health concerns, therapy can get you back on your feet. Through a dialogue, we can work toward getting to the heart of your struggles and find ways for you to start feeling better.
Drug Abuse
(304) 924-2375
Barboursville, West Virginia 25504
Robert Allen Wilson, Counselor  in Bruceton Mills
“I have spent the early years of my career focusing on substance use disorders and figuring out the best approach to treating this specific population. Treating Addiction is my passion and where my expertise lies. Throughout those early years, while focusing on addiction, I learned that to effectively treat addiction a therapist must be well rounded and prepared to treat underlying conditions as they arise. I have since expanded my practice to other conditions that effect a person's ability to function at their best, such as depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, and problems with personal growth.
Drug Abuse
(304) 907-2673
Bruceton Mills, West Virginia 26525
Callahan Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
“We look at the individual as an individual. It is with that apporach that we work to truly incorporate body and mind through behavioral and bio-chemical interventions. We bring traditional counseling techniques with a blend of supplements and amino acids to increase the individual's chances of a long-term change.
Drug Abuse
(304) 881-0873
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Holly Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Morgantown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, AADC
“My goal is to offer a safe, confidential space where clients feel supported in their work toward positive change. I believe therapy is beneficial no matter the length of treatment or the issues addressed.
Drug Abuse
(304) 362-6647
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Megan E. Simms, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Martinsburg
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a social worker it is important to me that my clients are comfortable, feel validated and empowered. I help clients to address their problems and/or goals according to their needs, values and beliefs. I use a strengths based perspective and want you to leave my office feeling refreshed, energized and determined as you have just taken a major step to improve your quality of life. I see the therapist/ client relationship as a collaboration and I look forward to working with you.
Drug Abuse
(304) 707-3321
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
Kathleen L. Morotti, Counselor  in Shepherdstown
“We offer a variety of techniques to guide you into creating a pathway to healing and a direction that feels increasingly aligned with your own sense of inner core purpose. Over the years of counseling others, I have developed a specialty in working with depression, codependency issues, dual diagnosis & survivors of abuse. Since relocating to the area in 1999, I have been focusing on working with individuals, families, couples and groups. I lead two therapeutic support groups for women. (Please review group tabs for details.) I am also a dance/movement therapist offering a creative alternative on the therapeutic path.
Drug Abuse
(304) 676-8192
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
David M Schaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Parkersburg
“Are you living the life you want? It is so easy to be caught up in stress of day-to-day living and lose sight of the life you want to live. It doesn't have to be that way. You can make changes to get your life back on track or even decide to chart a new course. Talking to someone who has the knowledge and experience to help you find your way can make a huge difference. I have spent the last thirteen years I helping people live happier, more fulfilling lives. Give me a call today.
Drug Abuse
(304) 553-7837
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26104
William P Hall III, Psychologist  in Hurricane
“I am Willian"Perry" Hall. As a licensed psychologist, I offer individuals, couples and families psychological evaluation and treatment for difficulties and/or disturbances of mood, behavior and thought. Whether one is experiencing problems with anger, depression, nervousness, relationships, school/work performance, substance abuse, or several other common issues, I follow an individualized evaluation with aggressive efforts to efficiently resolve one's distress in a personally meaningful way. Ongoing maintenance, personal growth/development and utilization of available resources are then encouraged to support therapeutic progress and prevent relapse.
Drug Abuse
(304) 553-0786
Hurricane, West Virginia 25526
Esther S Guthrie, Counselor  in Morgantown
“When the challenges and struggles of life become to much to handle, you are not alone. Having someone to listen and accept you exactly as you are, while helping you change is what I love to do. I strive to build a strong, trusting and accepting relationship with every person that I see. I love helping adolescents and adults work through difficult issues, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, and overall life satisfaction. I am somewhat new to the counseling field, but have a sincere desire to help individuals become the person they want to be.
Drug Abuse
(304) 520-0278
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Kayla Mullin, Counselor  in Morgantown
“Becoming a counselor has been my goal since I was 15 years old, and I've been fortunate to experience counseling in multiple settings. Through this, I've come to recognize that everyone's journey is different and cookie cutter treatment isn't the answer. I choose a multi-dimensional approach with my clients, focusing on their strengths and their personal goals, then finding a theoretical framework that works best to meet their needs. Though I am still relatively new to professional counseling, I am experienced in treating anxiety, depression, and addiction issues.
Drug Abuse
(304) 470-4284
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Neurofeedback in Shepherdstown, Counselor  in Shepherdstown
“If you are struggling with PTSD, ADHD, sleep, addictions, migraines or learning difficulties, there is hope for relief and restoration with neurofeedback. Many studies show good outcomes in these area with neurofeedback training. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics listed neurofeedback as "Evidence-based Psychosocial Intervention Level 1-Best Support" for ADHD. Additional neurofeedback research is compiled at www.brainpaint.org. Insurance coverage of this cutting, edge training is mixed. To clarify if your insurance may cover these services, contact them and ask about CPT code 90876 and 90901and request which diagnoses for neurofeedback are covered.
Drug Abuse
(304) 564-6076
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
Antoinette Mary Kelley, Counselor  in Lost Creek
“It is my desire to help clients interact with self and others in a productive, mentally healthy way. I provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere and the tools (insight, encouragement, homework, etc.) designed to equip my clients to realize their strengths and potentials, and reach their desired goals. Life is a journey as we interact with ourselves and others, and at times we need help to make it through. I have over 13 years of experience and look forward to working with you.
Drug Abuse
(304) 699-0509
Lost Creek, West Virginia 26385
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C, CEAP
“You know what you want your life to look like. Our work is to get U there; using these steps, you can: 1. Visualize your life after successful therapy. 2. Name your values, set realistic goals 3. See we need 2 things: Acceptance. To be useful 4. Enhance skills you have, learn new ones. . 5. Accept yourself, TODAY, 8. View "mistakes" as the best you could do, with tools you had, then. , 9. Then forgive yourself 9. Forgive others for failing you. 10. Live NOW, shed fear of the future. "Failure Is Not An Option." Quick contact: swadamscslg@hotmail.com.
Drug Abuse
(304) 574-8286
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
Melissa Swartz, Counselor  in Shepherdstown
“I'm currently not taking new clients due to pending maternity leaving. Please contact EBT provider Tammy Thornton, RD for your food and eating related issues at 240-285-2506 or Mike Davis at 304-728-8108 for your neurofeedback needs. Are you struggling at work, in your relationships, not able to maintain the healthy habits you're trying to develop? Take heart, it's not you; it's your wiring. And YOU can change it with EBT. Research has shown people using this method tend to experience lasting improvements in depression, relationships, blood pressure, weight, and addictions.
Drug Abuse
(304) 997-4991
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
Linda Shreve, Counselor  in Morgantown
“Feeling alone and at a loss as to how to get relief, I can help. I have 15 years experience and I'm specially trained to assist you in learning how to manage depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, anger and many other mental health problems. Is your past is hurting you, do you need new skills for the present? These are the kinds of problems people bring to counseling and talking with me can help. Through insight, skills training, and mind/body awareness, I will help you to move into a more desirable/balanced future. (Visit me at: www.lotusplacellc.com).
Drug Abuse
(304) 986-4103
Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
Family & Marital Counseling Center, Inc.,   in Weston
“Family & Marital Counseling Center offers the expertise of seven professional counselors and psychologists at two seperate locations. Our mission is to strive to be an outstanding private practice providing theraputic care and treatment of the highest standard, searching for new knowledge to promote mental health. As life changes, Family and Marital Counseling Center, Inc.'s clinicians are prepared to help you every step of the way.
Drug Abuse
(304) 269-3923
Weston, West Virginia 26452

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 West Virginia (WV) or for West Virginia (WV) 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 West Virginia (WV) drug abuse Therapists, drug abuse psychologists and West Virginia (WV) drug abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with drug addiction in West Virginia (WV), alcohol drug addiction, teenage drug addiction, substance and West Virginia (WV) drug abuse and treatment for drug addiction in West Virginia (WV). 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 West Virginia (WV) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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