What Does an Addiction Counselor Do?

With the help of an addiction counselor, you can begin to establish what exactly caused you to turn to drugs or alcohol, identify potential triggers and create a long-term plan to sustain your sobriety. Both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs rely heavily on the use of addiction counseling and these take place in individual or group formats.

An addiction counselor’s role is to:

  • Provide unbiased emotional support for individuals going through a treatment program
  • Conduct one-on-one therapy sessions to get to the root of the addiction
  • Administer periodic drug tests
  • Develop a specialized plan for treatment based on your individual needs
  • Help you create an aftercare program based on care available in your area

Addiction counselors will also conduct group therapy sessions that often incorporate family members or other patients in addiction treatment.

Group therapy can lead to discussions about family dynamics and how unhealthy relationships can create or feed into addictive behaviors. Once these dysfunctions are identified, the patient can begin making important post-treatment plans

We can help!

Anyone suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction knows how powerful and crippling this disease can be.

When a user accepts they can’t manage their addiction on their own, it is time to seek the help of a professional addiction counselor.

Counselors are an important part of addiction therapy and their role and involvement in the treatment process is instrumental to recovery.

Addiction counselors can help support you throughout the treatment process and create an individualized plan for recovery and after-care. There are various types of therapy available while in treatment that will provide an array of benefits and allow you to sustain your sobriety while in recovery.

Meet the Counselor

LoReacy Moses MHR,LCDC is a Master level, Licensed Addiction Counselor, Certified Conflict Mediator and Certified School Counselor. LoReacy combines her formal education with life experience as a person in long term Recovery of 18yrs, to create a wellness plan for each client. Because addiction and chronic pain have been present in her family, she is able to empathize with the support system of the Client.

LoReacy offers Individual and Group Counseling and Life Skills training sessions both on an Individual and Class basis.

LoReacy Moses LCDC

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