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Recovery Professionals


There are many ways a person addicted to methamphetamines or other drugs and alcohol can find help for their dependency. No one has to go through this alone; there are recovery professionals out there who know what you're going through. Some professionals have struggled with addiction them self or have family members or friends that have.

These are recovery professionals that are licensed and trained in the field of addiction and they know what it takes to reach a successful long term recovery. If you or someone you know is in need of help for meth addiction or any other drug addiction, seek experienced professional help from someone who knows what drug addiction is, who cares and wants to help.

Doctors and Physicians

Being honest with your physician isn't always easy but they want to help you. Depending on the drug that's abused and the severity of drug use a physician can help you with depression, anxiety and other symptoms you may be going through. You will also receive guidance and steps you can take to make a difference in your abstinence and recovery from drug use.

Addiction Counselor

Addiction counselors are there to help anyone addicted to drugs, alcohol, gambling, food or any other form of addiction. Some Addiction Counselors have their own practice and many work for treatment centers. They offer guidance and help you work through issues related to drug use and addiction. They can help you with positive strategies in stopping your use of drugs and guide you if a more intense treatment is needed.

Addiction Therapist

An Addiction Therapist works with their clients on a one-on-one basis. They are educated in the field of addiction and know what it takes to recover. They also understand how hard addiction is to overcome. Many times individuals that are dependent on drugs or alcohol also suffer from depression, anxiety or other mental disorders. Addiction Therapists know what to look for and are able to help you get the right tests and treatment needed for both the addiction and disorder if present. Addiction Therapy can help you change the way you think about drugs or alcohol and find healthy positive ways to deal with life during recovery.

Intervention Specialist

An Interventionist is educated in the field of addiction and not only understands what the addict is going through but understands what the family is going through. Their primary goal is to help the addict see their need for substance abuse treatment in a supportive and concerning manor. They help the families or friends get the person they love and care about the help they need without defensive arguing and confrontation. They're also there for the family and friends, this is a delicate time for everyone involved and they know how to handle an intervention in order to make it successful.

Addiction Specialist

Addiction Specialists are qualified and skilled physicians or counselors who have experience in many areas. One of the many areas Addiction Specialists specialize in is addiction and they can help individuals in need of guidance and treatment for their drug or alcohol dependency. Substance Abuse Treatment Centers, Clinics and private practice are a few of the ways an Addiction Specialist can be found.

Psychologist

A Psychologist is a Mental Health Care Professional that can help the client in many areas of their life. They are trained professionals in the field of psychology and either have their own private practice or work in schools, hospitals and clinics. They can help patients with emotional problems and other behavioral problem areas. Many people see Psychologists for dependency to food, gambling, drugs and alcohol. Many times the way we think and react is unhealthy and not beneficial for our emotional and physical well-being. A Psychologist can help us see the areas in our life that are negative and help us to change the way we think and react which enhances our life in a positive way.



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