Addiction Counseling and Sober Coaching Programs
Whether you are stepping into the world as a graduate from an addiction treatment center or ready to take the first step in leaving your addiction behind, counseling with Dr. Kirkpatrick will give you the tools you need.
Taking the first steps to recovery
If you’re ready to leave your addiction in the past, then addiction counseling can help you prepare for the journey. Dr. Kirkpatrick’s tailored counseling programs will guide you through what you can expect from the treatment.
Make your recovery stick
Moving forward after addiction treatment can be challenging, which is why you should never do it alone. Dr. Kirkpatrick has helped equip countless people to stay clean and sober after treatment and take hold of the future they’ve always wanted.
Full-family addiction counseling
Substance abuse and addiction leave deep wounds on family and friends. Recovery isn’t just for an addict. It’s for everyone that addiction has impacted. Dr. Kirkpatrick’s counseling programs are designed to help everyone pick up the pieces. These counseling programs also equip an addict’s loved ones to help them stay clean through the challenges ahead.
What is addiction counseling like?
As a professional deeply committed to helping others break destructive patterns of behavior, Dr. Kirkpatrick’s methods allow him to play an integral role in motivating clients, holding them accountable, and jump-starting their early recovery.
Each program is unique, but yours may include:
Tools and skills training
An overall focus on healing and preparation for the future
Setting healthy boundaries
Exploring different pathways to recovery
(i.e., 12-Step method, SMART Recovery®, Celebrate Recovery, etc.)
Education on the disease of addiction
General counseling with Dr. Kirkpatrick
Atlanta Addiction Therapy You Can Count On
Facing addiction challenges alone can be tough. Dr. Kirkpatrick is here to offer support as you begin your recovery process.
Contact Dr. Kirkpatrick at (678) 316-3991 or use the button below to confidentially fill out a secure form and share the details of your situation.
Would Counseling Help Your Recovery?
Many people successfully recover from addiction through diligence and with proper support. Being diligent about recovery requires each person to include proven physical, spiritual, and therapeutic interventions in their ongoing recovery plan. Changing habits, remaining abstinent, learning new life skills and resolving the hurts of the past are all components of achieving long term recovery and avoiding relapse.