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Alcohol Addiction Therapy

If you or a loved one is seeking help for alcohol addiction, you're not alone. Finding the right alcohol addiction therapy is crucial, and it begins with choosing an experienced and trusted counselor. Our team offers a comprehensive approach, combining evidence-based therapies to address the complex nature of alcohol addiction. Your path to recovery and a healthier, happier life starts here.

What Is Alcohol Addiction?

Alcohol addiction, or alcohol use disorder, is a disease in which the individual cannot control their alcohol use despite negative consequences. People with alcohol addiction experience strong cravings, increased tolerance, and withdrawal symptoms that could result in death.

You deserve lasting recovery. Begin your journey with personalized alcohol addiction therapy, online or in-person.

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What Are the Symptoms of Alcoholism?

Symptoms of alcoholism include:

If you think you or someone you know is experiencing an alcohol addiction seek a diagnosis from a therapist near you or a licensed counselor.

What Health Complications Are Associated With Alcoholism?

Health complications associated with alcoholism include:

Not everyone with an alcohol use disorder will experience these health issues. However, the risk is increased significantly with increased alcohol use.

Health Complications Associated with Alcoholism

What Are Treatment Options for Alcoholism?

Treatment options for alcohol use disorder (AUD) include:

Deciding which type of therapy is right for you can be daunting. Talk to a therapist to determine which level of care is right for you.

Treatment Options For Alcoholism

What Is Alcohol Addiction Therapy?

Alcohol addiction therapy can include the following interventions:

Alcohol addiction therapy is often tailored to the individual’s specific needs and may include a combination of these approaches. The goal of therapy is to empower individuals to overcome their addiction, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and build a sustainable recovery plan.

How Does Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Work in Alcohol Addiction Therapy?

CBT helps clients:

CBT helps clients identify the negative thoughts that lead to alcohol use and change them to more positive or neutral thoughts.

What Is Contingency Management (CM) in Alcohol Addiction Therapy?

Contingency management (CM) is a behavioral therapy approach used in alcohol addiction therapy to promote positive behavior change by providing tangible incentives or rewards for achieving treatment goals.

What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment (Mat) In Alcohol Addiction Therapy?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in alcohol addiction therapy is an evidence-based approach that combines trauma therapy and the use of medications to treat alcohol use disorder (AUD).

How Long Does Alcohol Addiction Therapy Last?

The duration of alcohol addiction therapy depends on you and your goals.

Some things that can influence the length of therapy include:

Talk to your therapist during your assessment about the recommended duration of therapy for you.

Steps to Reduce Alcohol Addiction

Can Online Therapy Be Effective for Alcohol Addiction?

Online therapy is equally as effective as in-person therapy for alcohol addiction.

Our alcohol addiction treatment programs are rooted in experience, trust, and evidence-based therapies. We are committed to supporting you or your loved one on the path to recovery. Take the next step towards a healthier, alcohol-free life- reach out to us today to start your journey to lasting sobriety and well-being. Your brighter, alcohol-free future awaits.

Page Modified on Mar 3, 2024 by Liz Chelak (Trauma Therapist)

The information on this website is to provide a general information. In no way does any of the information provided reflect a definitive treatment advice. It is important to consult a best in class trauma counselor in WPB regarding ANY questions or issues. A thorough evaluation should ALWAYS be performed for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Be sure to call your local trauma therapist, to schedule a assessment.