Many people want to find the peace that sobriety offers, but the nature of their addictions makes it impossible for them. Dr. Piper Walsh understands how hard it is to overcome an addiction to alcohol, drugs, sex or gambling. To address these issues, she offers sobriety counseling to help people get their lives back on track again.

Not many people can overcome an addiction on their own, so if you are not one of those people, you are not alone. If you want to stop engaging in destructive behaviors that accompany your addiction, sobriety counseling is a great way to start. You are a candidate for this type of counseling if you have been drinking more than you believe is healthy. Perhaps your doctor prescribed pain medication for an injury that you experienced a year ago, but you are still refilling that prescription. You might have found yourself engaging in gambling, sexual behavior, or use of a substance which you had told yourself you weren’t going to do anymore. If any of the above describe you, you may benefit from sobriety counseling.

Treatment for Addiction

When you begin therapy with Dr. Walsh, you will begin to understand the “why” of your addiction and the “how” to becoming free of it. Dr. Walsh understands that addiction is treatable. It involves complex interactions between your brain, your genetics, your environment and your unique life experiences. In Sobriety Counseling, Dr. Walsh will help you understand how these interactions inform your behaviors, so you can effectively address your addiction.

When people are trying to leave their addictions behind, they often make the mistake of seeing the addiction as the only issue that they have to confront. They may succeed in leaving alcohol behind, but trade in dependence on alcohol for dependence on another substance or behavior. Dr. Walsh will help you understand why this happens and how to prevent it.

Dr. Walsh can help you find the peace that sobriety offers if you are addicted to heroin, methamphetamine or other non-prescription substances. She also helps those with addictions to prescriptions drugs, including Oxycodone and Vicodin.

Getting Help With Addiction

Everyone is welcome to visit Dr. Walsh for counseling. If you are concerned about a significant other and his or her addiction to substances or gambling, counseling is for you. Sometimes, parents are concerned about their children and their addictions to drugs. You are also welcome to join your children in counseling sessions with Dr. Walsh. You may be concealing your addictive behaviors to others, but you want help with addressing your addiction. Dr. Walsh is here to help you as well. All you need to do is call the office and make an appointment.

It can be difficult to ask for help with addiction if you’re feeling embarrassed and ashamed. In sobriety counseling with Dr. Walsh, you will experience support and encouragement. Your therapist is aware that addiction is not what you want for yourself. You will be made to feel comfortable in your sessions with Dr. Walsh so that you can begin to live your best life. Don’t be afraid to contact us and get started on your sobriety today.