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Alcohol Abuse Therapists in Asheville

Pavillon Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“Pavillon is a recognized leader for its effectiveness in twelve-step residential treatment, research-based recovery services and education for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Through an exceptional staff of clinical and medical professionals, we provide intensive residential and outpatient treatment for adults and young adults, extended care for professionals and women with trauma and persistent relapse issues, alumni support and family education services for adult men, women and children. Pavillon is a non-profit organization and is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, CARF.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 536-4229
We serve:
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Mt. Regis Center - Alcohol Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“At Mount Regis we understand how difficult it can be to make the decision to seek treatment for your alcohol abuse and addiction. Often people worry about the stigma involved and what others will think or how they will judge them. At Mt. Regis, we are dedicated to offering you the support you need and the help you deserve to overcome your struggles with alcohol use. Our trained staff specialize in treating alcohol use and addiction disorders. They use a number of treatment approaches that have been empirically supported, which attests to their effectiveness. The 12-Step Model is used as a strong foundation with a number of other therapeutic approaches.
Alcohol Abuse
(866) 584-9390
We serve:
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Middle River Sober Living Program, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“Welcome to Middle River Sober Living. We are glad you have found us and hope that we can be a part of the answer to building a strong foundation in recovery. Our purpose is to provide a safe place for our residents to gain the skills necessary for clean and sober living. Since 1997, Middle River Sober Living Recovery Homes have been founded on the premise that, by helping other addicts and alcoholics, its members can provide and participate in a more purposeful, meaningful, and spiritual recovery program. Our homes serve as a great starting place, in which residents can learn to live daily life clean and sober with the guidance of other individuals who have personal experience with the recovery process.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 808-5283
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Red Oak Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“Red Oak Recovery employs an eco-therapeutic model, which is based on a combination of three distinct approaches: experiential, clinical, and organic. Our eco-therapeutic paradigm leads to a sustainable freedom from drug and alcohol abuse. Young men and women completing our program will have learned, practiced, and developed skills in the areas of nutritional balance, physical engagement, positive pro-social coping mechanisms, and sound social interactions-all promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Alcohol Abuse
(866) 383-6572
We serve:
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Legacy Freedom Treatment Centers, Treatment Facility  in Asheville
“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
(828) 581-4216
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Edward B Kizer, Counselor  in Asheville
“We are all content, fulfilled and happy at our core; however, years of conditioning and habitual behaviors can obscure this fact. Areas where we experience significant distress may offer the greatest opportunities for growth. My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in my belief that the key to improving our mental health lies in better integrating the mind and the body or the cognitive with our emotional / intuitive self. By creating a safe, compassionate and productive setting and drawing on your inherent strengths and motivation, I can guide you through this process.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 538-2011
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Janelle Railey, Counselor  in Asheville
“Finding the right therapist is an important and sometimes difficult process. I suggest an initial consultation for you to meet me, discuss your concerns and get a sense of who I am and our connection. My approach is nurturing, mindful and responsive to your unique situation. I emphasize self-reflection and understanding over pathology and believe that therapy works best as an active partnership. I will be doing my part well if you feel you can safely explore anything that comes up for you in our time together. If you have thought about therapy, I encourage you to try it.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 656-0784
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Eric Belsterling, Counselor  in Asheville
“I believe there are many ways to achieve well-being and recovery. Patience, compassion, safety and unconditional acceptance are some of the qualities I possess. I also bring 25 years of my own personal work and 18 years working in the field. I pride myself in embodying everything I expect of my clients and believe competent therapy is a co-creation between the client and therapist. I'm passionate about stewarding people to co-create greater acceptance, balance and well-being in their lives. My typical client is struggling with addiction (substances, sex, eating, work, gambling,) and/or trauma.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 476-4278
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
Marianne Redmond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS
“Helping people gain confidence and self esteem through the development of a safe and collaborative relationship is the goal of my practice. I believe that strength comes from within and finding a way to connect to our own deeper strength and spirit brings success, joy and fulfillment. My approach is determined by listening and being present then careful consideration of each individuals strenghts and needs.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 468-8003
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Steven Gold, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I have 45 years experience as a therapist, teacher, and researcher. At the Center for the Advancement for Human Potential I work primarily with adults, couples, and senior citizens. In therapy I encourage clients to consider changes in their thinking, behavior, and lifestyle in order to resolve problems and enhance their emotional and physical health. I enjoy running with my dogs and riding my horses.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 251-2882 x1003
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Bob Hanna, Psychologist  in Asheville
“I offer a number of services that include Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples, counseling for adults, parent coaching, and testing. EFT is an evidence-based, short-term (8-20 sessions) approach for helping couples create a secure emotional bond. Rigorous studies show EFT has a 75% success rate with lasting results. I offer an integrative, empathic approach for adults that address the needs of the whole person ~ the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. My parenting approach is relationship-oriented with a common sense approach to discipline and structure. I provide psychological, intellectual, and developmental testing for children, teens & adults.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 394-2088
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Body-Centered Counseling, Somatic Experiencing, Counselor  in Asheville
“I offer body-centered, mindfulness-based counseling to clients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship issues and chronic pain. Somatic Experiencing -- used all over the world to heal trauma -- is fast and effective, targeting the root of symptoms in the nervous system. Gentle and powerful, SE was specifically developed to help the nervous system integrate traumatic experiences without catharsis, repeated story-telling or overwhelm. It works through a process of carefully-calibrated body-awareness and other therapeutic techniques to help clients renegotiate events and relationships, and integrate overwhelming emotions, bringing their bodies and minds back into balance, aliveness and flow.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 615-4132
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
Rhonda Suzanne Karg, Psychologist  in Asheville
“Dr. Rhonda Karg is a clinical psychologist who specializes in solution-focused treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance use among adults and adolescents. Dr. Karg is dedicated to providing evidence-based treatment and consultation services. She provides a warm, supportive, and nurturing environment in therapy while encouraging personal responsibility in patients. Dr. Karg holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology (with minors in substance abuse and behavioral pharmacology) and is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Care Provider. Her professional experience spans two decades, and her career encompasses a wide range of activities in clinical, academic, and research settings.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 358-0378
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Lisa Harris Asheville Women's Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
“**** I'm NOT accepting new clients at this time **** Women feel deeply, love deeply, and hurt deeply so I know that when you seek support for your problems, you want a therapist to really hear you and offer concrete, useable solutions to "make things right." I have over 15 years of experience helping women move through the after-shock of trauma and loss: sexual abuse/assault, childhood abuse/neglect, domestic violence, addiction (food, substances), divorce or break-up, and the agonizing grief from losing a loved one through ability-loss/death.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 216-3994
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Laurie Jo Walter-Hadley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Asheville
“I've been practicing therapy for over 20 years. More importantly, I have a family of my own. I have been married for over 21 years. I have 3 daughters, a dog and 2 cats. I think kids are wonderful and my favorite people in the world. I like to work with individuals of all ages, and couples including marital, engaged and long-term relationships. I especially like doing family therapy, parenting issues and children, and in-depth work with individual adults, focusing on healing and recovery from such debilitating experiences as abuse, chronic depression, and identity/ self-esteem issues.
Alcohol Abuse
(269) 462-6580
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Holly Boyle Goliwas, Psychological Associate  in Asheville
“I am a Master's level psychologist with extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I have experience working as a therapist with children, adolescents, and adults, and I mostly specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and anxiety related disorders. CBT is an action-oriented treatment modality and I offer a supportive, caring environment and genuine interaction.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 475-4945
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Tammy Hendrix, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am compassionate and mindful with a warm therapy environment. Along with masters and doctoral training, I have 10yrs practice experience. I work with a wide spectrum of people and I am comfortable with most issues. My approach is to explore and process patterned thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that inhibit well-being. Emotional processing, 'healing through feeling', is the act of allowing, experiencing, and releasing blocked energy. I am deeply committed to healing wounds of the past, nurturing natural well-being, and living fully, freely in the present. I also teach a system called the Enneagram - EnneagramAsheville.com
Alcohol Abuse
(352) 658-0545
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Marc McKinnis, Counselor  in Asheville
“Counseling, also know as psychotherapy, provides the opportunity to explore and alleviate current or past issues that may be blocking you from reaching your full potential. It is my goal as a professional counselor to create a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment in which my clients may explore issues that are causing them distress or discomfort in their lives. The counseling process can allow clients to gain a deeper understanding of their personal strengths, increase their sense of power, learn new and more effective problem solving skills, and alleviate acute or chronic mental health issues that may be affecting their ability to function.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 424-0014
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Shannon O'Neill, Counselor  in Asheville
“I am a holistic practitioner, blending psychodynamic and somatic psychology. This approach recognizes that the very symptoms for which we seek treatment have-in part-served some purpose. The transformation of these maladaptive defenses comes through acknowledging their sophistication and meaning. I graduated from the Master's degree program in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2003, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist in North Carolina. I have a total of 15 years pre- and post-grad counseling experience. I provide psychotherapy for adults, specializing in Trauma Recovery, Attachment, Addiction & Co-dependency, and Archetypal Psychology.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 475-1989
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Meg Hudson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Asheville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCAS, CCS
“My primary focus is adults experiencing challenges with addiction, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, emotion regulation, life transitions, trauma, grief and loss. I believe deep listening can be an antidote to the impersonality of our increasingly busy world. My therapy style is collaborative and strengths-based, helping people tap into their inner wisdom and resources. I am generally fascinated by people - their stories, challenges, interests, hopes, loves, struggles, dreams and goals. I particularly enjoy helping people discover and change patterns that are no longer useful, uncover neglected parts of themselves, and grow into the successful people they mean to be.
Alcohol Abuse
(828) 319-2712
Asheville, North Carolina 28801

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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 Asheville or for an Asheville 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 Asheville alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in Asheville, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in Asheville. 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 Asheville or joining AA ( Asheville Alcoholics Anonymous).

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

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

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