Addiction

Addiction Therapy Grand Rapids Mi

Addiction is a difficult place to be in. You didn’t choose a life of addiction. We want to help you to understand your addiction and help you to maintain your sobriety/recovery. Addiction is the unhealthy coping mechanism, and we want to work with you to find better ways to manage the pain, trauma, and life struggles instead of avoiding them.

The first step to recovery is recognizing that there is an issue. It can be hard to look within but know that our Grand Rapids addiction therapists are here to help.

Symptoms of addiction include, but are not limited to:

  • Feeling a regular need or intense urge for a certain substance or activity.
  • An increased tolerance over time and needing more to get the desired effect.
  • Paying close attention to how your supply of the addiction is maintained.
  • Neglecting obligations and work responsibilities.
  • Engaging in behaviors that aren’t normal for you i.e. stealing or spending wildly.
  • Focusing all of your time and energy on the addiction.
  • Multiple failed attempts at quitting.

If you relate to any of the above symptoms or behaviors above, addiction counseling might be what you need most.

How We’ll Get Started

It’s important that you speak with our therapist as soon as possible so the self-work can begin. The first meeting is key as it is all about addressing any addiction symptoms you have and discussing how we can help you achieve recovery.

During your initial session, and all subsequent sessions, we’ll look at your set goals and discuss in-depth how you can accomplish the life changes you want to make.

Let’s Work Together

One person’s successful path to recovery is not the same as someone else’s. If you would like undivided attention from our licensed therapists and counselors in Grand Rapids, MI, then scheduling an individual therapy session is the right choice for you.

To make an appointment, please call the Evolve Therapy Group at (616) 309-0737.

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