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Alcohol may start out as a way to socialize but can quickly balloon into a full-blown habit. Whether you feel like you have an alcohol abuse problem or you’d like to make sure you keep your consumption under control, therapy can help.

Wherever you are located in Colorado from Arvada to Westminster or even Grand Junction, or anywhere else nearby, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Signs You Could Benefit from Alcohol Counseling

Alcohol counseling can help anyone who displays any of the following signs and symptoms:

  • You’ve done dangerous things while under the influence of alcohol.
  • You feel withdrawal symptoms when you don’t drink.
  • You have alcohol-related health issues.
  • You try to hide your alcohol consumption.
  • You have trouble consuming too much alcohol in one sitting.
  • You’ve tried to control or quit drinking and haven’t been successful.

If any of these signs apply to you, an alcohol therapist can help you put your alcohol issues in the past. If you’d like to learn more, this article about alcohol addiction and how to find relief can help: How to Treat Alcoholism and Prevent Relapse.

Alcohol Abuse Help is Available: Get Alcohol Counseling Today

A licensed therapist will get to know you and craft a treatment plan to help you better control your drinking. That way, you can bid your alcohol issues goodbye and get back to living life to the fullest. And with Mental Health Match, finding a quality therapist is easy! Start by browsing below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Tracy E. Hill Ph.D. & Associates
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Explore what is meaningful to you, what you would like to get out of counseling, and help you reach your goals. We will dive deeper and ask you the tough questions to make you think harder yet feel better.


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Explore what is meaningful to you, what you would like to get out of counseling, and help you reach your goals. We will dive deeper and ask you the tough questions to make you think harder yet feel better.

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Each clinician takes a different approach based on their training and personality. We have more than 7 clinicians all with their own way of helping you meet your goals and expectations.

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Our time together will be spent working towards a solution as opposed to spending our time and energy focusing solely on the problem. This is known as using a Strengths-Based and Solution Focused approach to counseling.


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Our time together will be spent working towards a solution as opposed to spending our time and energy focusing solely on the problem. This is known as using a Strengths-Based and Solution Focused approach to counseling.

Something to know about my approach is:

My style is very approachable, relatable and applicable. I help clients identify their own strengths. Then, working together, we draw from these strengths as we develop a plan to move towards your desired change.

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  • Divorce and Separation
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We'll explore how you feel about yourself, your relationships with others, and any stresses in your life. We will explore topics including healthy boundaries, coping skills , self esteem, relationships, and burnout.


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We'll explore how you feel about yourself, your relationships with others, and any stresses in your life. We will explore topics including healthy boundaries, coping skills , self esteem, relationships, and burnout.

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I'm a goal-oriented therapist who works from a whole person perspective. I want to hear about all the areas of your life to identify where things are intersecting and where growth can happen. I mix in humor to balance the heavy and light.

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Together we will discuss what brought you into counseling, and how that has impacted your life. It's important to me that we look at how these things impact you, how they cause you to see yourself and others, and how we can bring in healing change.


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Together we will discuss what brought you into counseling, and how that has impacted your life. It's important to me that we look at how these things impact you, how they cause you to see yourself and others, and how we can bring in healing change.

Something to know about my approach is:

I use Adlerian theory to help understand the nature of what brought you into counseling. I focus on goals and life tasks to drive healing, and it is important to me that every step we take is collaborative. I believe you are the expert on yourself.

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We will work together to build skills to process and work out all the junk that gets pushed down and caught up in our mind/nervous systems.


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We will work together to build skills to process and work out all the junk that gets pushed down and caught up in our mind/nervous systems.

Something to know about my approach is:

I like to make sure everyone I work with has some foundational emotion regulation skills before we crack into anything too deep. We need these skills to help us move through and process the deeper stuff.

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