Substance abuse

$45.00

Description

Group includes education and interventions on alcohol and drug abuse. The group reviews cultural agenda, expectations, the physiological effects on the body, brain, and health. Personal factors are reviewed with circumstances and major issues for substance abuse practices. Symptoms and relationships that lead to relapse. The group will look at strengths to initate and follow-through with recovery. Discuss teps for recovery and improvement with support.

 

TEN SESSION SUPPORT GROUP

Groups are led by a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor

Handouts included

Individual sessions available upon request

$45 per session

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