Step 1

Select The Family Recovery Specialist You'd Like To Work With.

Campbell

When I decided at the age of 53 to return to school to get my Master’s in counseling, my friends all said, “Oh my God! You will be 56 when you graduate. Why are you doing this?” My answer was, “Well, I will be 56 regardless; I might as well do something I know will change my life!” I had no idea just how much becoming a therapist would completely change my life, the way I think, and how incredibly happy I’d be. CLICK HERE to read more

Scott

I became a Dad at 5:06 PM on December 4th, 1992, to a wonderful baby boy. Zach was ALL boy…..loved sports, loved playing outside, and was into EVERYTHING! Like most parents, I felt I had no clue how to raise a child, but did my very best and loved him with all I had.

We started seeing addictive behavior with Zach in high school, CLICK HERE to read more 

Kim

​How I Almost Lived In A Garden Shed

Even though I am a counselor, I understand how hard it is to open yourself up to people you don’t know very well. To be really honest, it has been difficult for me to write this. So much so that Campbell and Amber have even written their own versions of my back story to help me along. True story.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Kim.

Amber

The first thing people want to know about me is, "Are you in recovery?"

Sometimes, they ask me directly, and other times, they don’t (but I usually know they’re wondering about it). But what they really want to know is, “Will you be able to understand me?” People usually feel insecure about coming to counseling, and it’s even worse for people struggling with substance abuse problems.

I’m always careful when this question.  Click Here To Learn More About Amber's Backstory