Addiction Recovery

Addiction Recovery

Often, substance abuse addictions start with experimental use of alcohol or drugs in social situations. And for some people, the substance use becomes more frequent. As time passes, a person may feel the need to use more of a substance to get their desired high, and soon a person may need alcohol or drugs to simply feel “good.” There are also other types of behavioral addictions, which may include gambling, shopping, gaming, exercising, overeating, and sex to name a few, and the start off much the same way and then begin to Detroit and control our lives.

Abusing substances or other behaviors can lead to a serious addiction problems. The sooner you catch it and work on developing healthier coping skills the better. Some symptoms and behaviors may include:

  • Need to use regularly: daily or multiple times a day
  • Intense urges for alcohol, drugs, or behavior
  • Needing more of the substance/behavior to get the same effect
  • Making certain that you maintain a supply or can do behavior
  • Not meeting obligations and responsibilities
  • Doing things you wouldn’t normally do; stealing or lying
  • Focusing extensive time and energy on getting, using, or behaving
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not using or actively in behavior
  • Failed attempts to quit

If you can relate to any of the above symptoms or behaviors, it may be time to consider addiction counseling. We will address the symptoms of your addiction and the related areas of impaired functioning, and together we’ll structure the time and content of your ongoing recovery. There are many paths to successful recovery that will work with your goals and desires, and ensure you can make the life changes you want to make. We offer individual and/or family counseling, as well as DBT Skills Group for addictions.

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825 Delaware Ave #206
Longmont, CO 80501

2000 S. Colorado Blvd.
Tower One, Suite 2000 - #45
Denver, CO 80222

(720) 526-8102

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