Alcoholism – addicted to consuming alcohol and liquor and/or mental illness/compulsivity coming from the dependence of alcohol.
Anxiety – the feeling of uncertainty, constant worry, uneasiness or nervousness of an upcoming event or possible unpredictable outcome.
Boundary Development – developing acceptable, reasonable and safe ways of allowing others to treat oneself, with the understanding of positive personal response and reaction when these limits are crossed.
Chemical Dependence – habit of desire and/or necessity, physically or mentally for drugs and/or alcohol to dictate mood or mind-state.
Codependency – overly reliant on helping or being involved with others needs for the feeling of self-worth.
Compulsive Gambling – the inability to stop or control the urge to take financial risks no matter how dire the consequences, the internal-pressure generally only satisfied by more financial risk and/or gambling.
Compulsivity – repeated behavioral responses based on learned application or social “norm”. Most often there is no real purpose or result from these actions.
Depression – a disorder that affects the mood by extreme feeling of sadness, extended sleeping periods, problems concentrating and/or eating too much or too little.
Disorders – abnormal state of physicality or mentality that prevents positive functionality.
Dual-Diagnosis – (also known as co-occuring) affliction of two separate, yet ongoing mental and substance abuse illnesses which require two individual treatment plans.
Eating Disorder – obsessive diet and nutritional habits that negatively impact ones health.
Entitlement Issues – a relationship strain caused from the desire for specific things or oucomes, where the entitled party won’t willingly accept otherwise.
Family of Origin Issues – a set of learned traits and comping mechanisms derived from parental tendencies, sometimes leading to neglect in current relationships.
Gambling Addiction – the compulsive urgency to continually gamble no matter the destructive results.
Life Skills – strengthing the response to the stress of daily life by utilizing developed skills, generally in communicating, time-scheduling, critical-thinking and making sound decisions.
Medication Management – monitoring current medications to comply and deter potential complications of interactions with different drugs.
Nutritional Wellness – mainting a healthy and bountiful diet to promote a positive physical and mental state.
PTSD – a mentally triggered condition that accures after a horrific life experience.
Recovery Support Tools – the implementation of a set of skills, generally developed with a primary therapist, to continue the path of successful recovery.
Self-esteem Building – developing a positive inner dialogue allows oneself to be at peace with personal qualities and achievements.
Sexual Addiction – the compulsivity towards erotic acts and thinking, generally involving a distorted view regarding intimacy and sexual relationships, which lead to addicted sexual behavior.
Trauma Resolution – dedication to the resolution of past trauma and memories which do not provoke negative reactions moving forward.