Addiction Counselling can help with Alchohol or Drug Addiction. Whether you are a family member or have developed a dependency to a substance, it takes courage to face addiction, even more so to learn new ways of being you, to forgive yourself and others and to build a life worth living.
Addiction Recovery is possible.
I will provide a safe and profession place for you to begin to understand addiction and how it has impacted you and navigate your recovery. As an Addiction Recovery Specialist approach is centred on your wellbeing, learning new behaviours and thought patterns, increasing self-efficacy and mastery in your life – consequently finding a life without the prison of addiction.
Addiction Counselling Auckland:
Alcohol and Drug Counselling
Who do I help:
Addiction Counselling for People struggling with a dependency who are ready to begin a journey of recovery
You do need support education and understanding to begin to recover from substance abuse and addiction. Addiction is a recoverable disease, it is not a moral failing or due to lack of willpower.
Some of the areas I can help you with include developing a different perspective on your addiction. I can help you learn about your emotions and improve your communication skills. Relapse prevention and developing strategies to navigate your life without substances can also be a focus. I can also help you develop habits of self-care, equip you to navigate the treatment system and regain control of your life to find a life worth living free of substance.
Addiction Counselling for Family Members of someone with a dependency
- Parents who want to support children with dependency
- Partners and adult children looking for ways to help each other and a loved one towards recovery
If you are in a relationship with someone with substance abuse, you will be impacted by the addiction. You might want to ‘fix’ the dependent person in your life, you may be angry, or think they would stop if they loved you more. You may have been trying to manage this disease on your own holding secrets out of shame and fear.
The truth is, addiction is a disease which is recoverable from but one that you do not have power over. What you are not powerless over however is you! I can help you with how you can continue your relationship with your loved one. I can assist you to focus on your own wellness.
To provide any kind of support to your loved one, you need to be well yourself.
Reach out for help today
Find out how my approach can help you and your family.
Contact me now, or ring me on 021 231 62 72.