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Are substance abuse problems causing issues in your relationships and making life more challenging? If so, it’s time to seek help. A substance abuse therapist can help you calm cravings, identify triggers, and remedy mental issues so you can stop using substances and start celebrating sobriety.

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 Need Substance Abuse Therapy

Many people use substances, but get overwhelmed with them and are not sure when or if to stop. It can be difficult to know when it’s time to seek help for substance use. So, here are some signs to look out for:

  • You have cravings for drugs and other substances.
  • You want to give up substances but can’t seem to kick the habit.
  • Your drug or alcohol tolerance is building.
  • You have withdrawal symptoms when you’re not using substances.
  • Your substance use is affecting your relationships.

If any of these signs describe your situation, a substance abuse counselor can help you immensely. In a new article, licensed therapist Mark Levine writes about the stages of change when getting ready to handle an addiction to drugs.

Help is Available: Get Substance Abuse Counseling Today

A licensed therapist can use various techniques and tools to support you emotionally, help you identify triggers, curb your cravings, and rewire your thought processes so you can bid your drug habit goodbye. Luckily, finding a quality therapist is easy with Mental Health Match! Start by browsing below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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My practice is is built on honesty, empathy, and direct feedback. I utilize a modern relational approach built on human connection, empathy, and a genuine desire to empower people to live the life they were meant to live.

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I have an extensive background working with artists, performers, actors, writers, photographers, and others in the entertainment industry based in New York City on the variety of issues involved with creative expression.

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  • Creative Expression
  • Depression
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  • Drug Use
  • Dual Diagnosis
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I work from an integrative approach, drawing on evidence-based interventions, clinical instincts, and the therapy relationship. I often use cognitive behavioral therapy as well as incorporate insight-oriented skills and emotional processing.

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Explore the things that are challenging you in your life, the roots of these challenges, and we will discuss strategies for acceptance and/or change. We will also examine ways that you can practice self-acceptance and compassion as you make change.


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Explore the things that are challenging you in your life, the roots of these challenges, and we will discuss strategies for acceptance and/or change. We will also examine ways that you can practice self-acceptance and compassion as you make change.

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As a therapist, I work from an integrative approach and have a down-to-earth, compassionate style. I will hold space for you to process whatever is that is challenging you. I will both support you and gently challenge you to be your best self.

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  • Grief
  • Identity
  • Relationships
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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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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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