Substance Use Counseling

Addiction is an illness that influences the entire family. We understand the struggle of the individual and also the trials and tribulations of those dealing with a dependent individual. Allow our group of therapists to offer you and your family the assistance and education to guide you or your loved one toward a medication free, healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Benefits of Substance Use Counseling

  • Unravel the history of your substance use and identify counter-productive patterns of behavior
  • Understand your “triggers” and develop coping skills
  • Build a road to recovery with your counselor that feels like the right fit 
  • Learn to love life and live in the moment again without the use of medical pharmaceuticals

Where we can help you with your Substance Use 

It’s unlikely that you or your loved one will wake up and choose to have substance use or dependency issues. However, it can feel that way with some people, and that’s why it’s important to begin counseling for symptomatic issues before they can become substance dependency issues. It means you’ve taken the first step in identifying that you have a problem that you need some professional help with understanding and resolving.

Left untreated, substance dependency can create long-lasting, and sometimes, irreversible behaviors. Our extremely competent and professional team understands the power of dependency and also the power of recovery.

Identifying yourself or your loved one as having substance use or dependency issue can be difficult, and the best place to start is with a free phone call to Insight Counseling and Wellness. We can help you work out any of the symptoms below, or with others, that may not be listed below.

  • You keep taking a drug after it’s no longer needed for a health issue
  • You need more and more of a substance to get the same effects, and you can take more before you feel an effect
  • Increased aggression or irritability
  • Changes in attitude or personality
  • Regular periods of hopelessness and depression
  • Sudden changes in a social network
  • Dramatic changes in habits and priorities
  • Involvement in criminal activity


Individuals suffering from a substance use disorder in 2014 struggled with an alcohol use disorder

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