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Substance Abuse Counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling

A substance abuse counselor is a support system for people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders, and other behavioral issues. They teach individuals how to modify their behavior with the intention of full recovery. Because clients are susceptible to relapses, many substance abuse counselors work with clients on an ongoing basis.


Other Duties Include

Meeting with Clients

To evaluate their health and substance problem

Identifying Issues

And create goals and treatment plans

Teaching Clients

Coping mechanisms

Helping Clients

Find jobs or reestablish their career


Group therapy sessions

Providing Updates

And progress reports to courts

Referring Clients

And create goals and treatment plans

Setting Up

Aftercare plans


With family members and provide guidance and support


Insurances Accepted


About the program:

A 6-hour program to be completed within a 1-week time frame, focusing on educational and self-assessment needs of individuals who require preventative substance abuse assistance.

Substance Abuse Prevention Program is built upon a view of how to deal with the urge, triggers, feelings, and emotional behaviors related to addictions. Participants are exposed to tools to help them understand anger, depression, anxiety, emotions, social interactions, and other aspects to assist them in daily life.


Topics Include

Relapse Prevention

Life Management

First Step


Brain Damage and Memory Loss

Knowing the Facts


Program Goals

Goal 1:


Maintain a healthy lifestyle, free of substance abuse

Goal 2:

Repairing damaged relationships

Goal 3:


Understanding of underlying co-occurring mental health issues

Goal 4:

Learn to change old habits


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