A Hand-Crafted Team of Experts
My ethical and professional commitments require me to offer recommendations that respond to your needs, whether I have an association with the treatment facilities I recommend or not. If an individual is not working with a local therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist, I will often start there. Establishing a local therapeutic connection is important so that that person or team of people can be a part of the treatment team if and when residential or outpatient treatment is required.
The treatment centers and programs listed below are my contracted companies – those in whom I have utmost confidence to provide the level of care that they say they do. I speak on their behalf, I provide clinical education and outreach information to Behavioral Health Professionals and other treatment centers about the treatment they provide. They also have confidence in me to work with families and individuals as well as other behavioral health professionals to send them appropriate clients for admission consideration. They are the ones who make my consultation work free to professionals, families, and individuals – even when the right clinical fit is not one of these contracted companies.
I also list individual clinicians and interventionists with their contact information by state. They are professionals whom I have come to know and trust over the years. These, too, are vetted individuals with whom I have shared clients, with whom I have collaborated and come to count on for their clinical excellence and their professional care. Some are therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists; some offer individual and/or groups, family or couples therapy. Some provide intensives or guide professional interventions. Please contact them directly or call me if you require more information before you call.
Crownview Co-Occurring Institute, Oceanside, CA
Primary Psychiatric Treatment and Dual Diagnosis for men and women
Crownview Co-Occurring Institute provides primary psychiatric treatment for multiple levels of mental health disorders which could include schizophrenia, PTSD, depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder, conversion disorder, co-occurring disorders, drug and alcohol addiction.
Crownview Co-Occurring Institute develops comprehensive treatment plans tailored to the specific needs of each client. Specializing in complex psychiatric conditions, our clients have the opportunity to both learn and practice the relationship and life skills needed to take charge of their lives and reach the highest possible level of independence.
Component 1: Intensive Personalized Psychotherapy
This is the core of our program: Crownview has licensed psychiatrists and clinicians at our treatment center during regular hours of operation, and a depth of professional experience with the best current, evidence-based therapies.
CCI’s individualized treatment approach creates highly customized action plans. They design wrap-around therapy strategies with a team approach.
The Crownview program contains a wealth of diverse licensed professionals in addition to a fully integrated psychiatric team. This means that our psychiatrists are not independent contractors, but rather, full time employees that are available on call at any hour. Support staff play an important role by acting as the eyes and ears of our treatment team.
Utilizing an experiential or “hands-on” approach, case managers engage with the client and begin forging a relationship of trust. Together, they begin identifying and practicing life skills in need of improvement.
CCI believes that life skills, in conjunction with proper medication, sustain mental health. Medications are used as needed to stabilize the client and lay a foundation of receptivity to other, more sustainable, and life-long therapies.
The goal, evaluated with daily monitoring, is to reduce or even eliminate medications when they are no longer deemed necessary for the client’s well-being.
Psychiatry – Each client is assessed by a Crownview psychiatrist and is seen regularly for follow-up appointments throughout the course of treatment.
Each client is assigned a highly qualified individual therapist who provides an as-needed number of personal therapy hours per week. They work together to create a therapeutic alliance, help the client identify and correct problem areas and begin arresting self-defeating behavior.
When the causes of problematic behaviors are identified, the old thought patterns and coping mechanisms are replaced with new ones in a methodical, self-reinforcing way. As the client begins to practice these new tools and begins to achieve success, self-esteem and self-efficacy begin to develop.
Full range of psychiatric and pharmacological services include the following and more:
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Stellate Ganglion Block for Trauma
- Pharmaceutical Therapies
- Milieu Therapies
- Solution-Focused Therapies
- TMS (Trans-cranial magnetic stimulation)
- Experiential Therapies
- EMDR (Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing)
- Nutrition Training and Coaching
- Yoga, Exercise and Gym Memberships
- Mindfulness and Meditation
- Acupuncture (by request)
- Equine (Horseback) Therapy
- Counselling the Family
As clients begin to get involved in the group therapy process, they begin to identify with one another and learn that they are not alone. Bonds of trust are formed, and differences are “worked out,” teaching our clients how to establish, maintain and nurture healthy and lasting relationships. Often with mental illness and addiction, sufferers lose self-confidence, and become trapped in relationships where drugs and alcohol become dysfunctional remedies otherwise referred to as “self-medicating”.
Over time, this behavior further deepens feelings of insecurity, stifling emotional growth and maturity. The sufferer struggles with anger and resentment and exhibits childlike coping mechanisms. Facilitated group therapy challenges the client to mature emotionally by utilizing new skills, resulting in self-efficacy and confidence.
Therapy for the Family
A client’s family and other loved ones should be part, if at all possible, of the treatment plan. They are often in need of counselling and therapy themselves – something CCI has championed from the start, addressing each of these needs in an inclusive way.
CCIs host regular Family Weekends with therapist run workshops to give time for re-integrating clients with their families in a controlled setting and providing opportunity for celebration of the client’s progress.
- Teaching Effective Communication Skills
- Establishing Healthy Relationship Boundaries
- Unlearning Dysfunctional Habits
- Breaking the Cycle of Co-Dependency and Enabling
- Creating new Patterns of Self-Reliance and Trust
- Training to Live Independently or Cooperatively
- Family Support Group Weekends
Supportive Local Setting
Crownview Co-Occurring Institute Oceanside is situated in a quiet, upscale neighborhood only a few blocks from the beach near the downtown district, and is within easy walking distance from various medical, legal, and social services including SSI. This provides clients with ready access to the network of support agencies that help form one of the hallmarks of the CCI approach to therapy – giving each client’s inclusive needs a full team support.
CCI Oceanside features seven therapy offices for individual counselling and two well-appointed and well-lit group therapy rooms. There are five administrative offices to provide the highest level of professional support to the diagnostic and therapy teams. The Oceanside facility is just minutes away from our original Carlsbad location where CCI has additional therapists and two group therapy rooms.
The goal in planning, at every stage and in every detail, is to create an inviting, comfortable experience for our clients – to make it calming, colorful and airy. CCI is located close by a great selection of restaurants and shops. But we take seriously the security of our facilities and the safety of our clients, with security cameras and an advanced alarm system.
Please call me to discuss Crownview CI as a treatment option and to explore whether this is the right fit clinically: 575-779-6062. If you are ready to call Admissions, please call Gabe Goode at: 760.493.6708.
Establishing trust between client and therapist is the foundation of recovery and a catalyst of transformation. This is our first priority and commitment – carefully building a professional relationship with the client at their point of need.
Innovative Approach to Unique Challenges
Crownview Co-Occurring Institute has developed an innovative approach to the unique challenges of treating serious mental illness or emotional trauma, with or without substance addiction. CCI has extensive experience treating PTSD patients, both military and civilian, as well as mental health conditions such as schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. They have assembled a seasoned team of highly skilled psychiatrists and healthcare professionals dedicated to helping clients and their families rebuild shattered lives.
Through a comprehensive clinical assessment, CCI Clinical staff specifically focus on “areas of needed improvement,” developing and implementing a highly customized treatment plan providing “wrap-around” services including psychiatry, various therapies, nutrition education, life skills, case management, Occupational development, and recreation. This highly adaptive approach of treating the client as a whole person differentiates CCI from conventional treatment.
One Size Does Not Fit All
Using a team approach, CCI identifies treatment components that will be most effective for each individual. This dynamic model can greatly increase efficacy and is ideal for clients considered treatment resistant. Trust between client and therapist is the foundation of recovery and a catalyst to transformation.
This is CCI’s first priority and commitment – building a positive relationship with the client from the earliest stages of treatment and adapting a treatment plan to their individual needs. As the client gains awareness of the team’s flexible approach, they will become increasingly more committed to the treatment plan”. CCI’s diverse team of licensed, certified, and experienced clinical professionals, we are able to accurately assess each client and choose therapists who are the best fit for each case”.
With the adaptive and individualized nature of our program and the extensive network of contacts we’ve built over time, we’re able to address almost any circumstance that is pertinent to the therapeutic experience. With flexibility we are able to offer almost any modality of client care, referrals to safe affordable and supervised housing as well as access to any needs outside of the clinical scope.
All Points North Edwards, CO
ADDICTION AND CO-OCCURRING TREATMENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN
All Points North, Edwards, CO (APN; www.apnlodge.com) is a dually licensed treatment center addressing addiction and accompanying mental health dysregulation from a trauma and attachment focused lens. The APN Lodge is located on the Western Slopes of the Rocky Mountains with luxury accommodations, incredible views, and a vista that allows one to see the possibilities of healing.
Treatment at APN is a fit for men and women 18+ who struggle with addiction, anxiety and depression in a tiered treatment for General Population, General Professionals, and Medical Professionals in Residential, PHP, Online IOP treatment options. Detox is available at APN Detox in Aurora, CO, just outside DEN – International Airport and safe transport is provided for clients to detox or directly to the APN Lodge in Edwards.
Treatment at APN is a fit for men and women 18+ who struggle with addiction, anxiety, and depression for General Population which includes professional athletes, and men and women from all walks of life. The Professionals Track typically draws from an older population of Medical, Legal, Pilots, and Business Professionals. All Points North is also in-network with TriCare West and has developed a comprehensive program for Veterans. Tiered treatment is available at the Residential, PHP, and Online IOP treatment options. Detox is available at APN Detox in Aurora, CO, just outside DEN – International Airport and safe transport is provided for clients to detox or directly to the APN Lodge in Edwards. Other Detox and Wellness Centers will be opening soon in major cities across the country.
Highlights of all tiers of treatment include luxury accommodations, concierge hospitality service. individual treatment plans, daily comprehensive staffing by all treatment providers (individual, group and family therapists, medical including Nursing, Physician, Psychiatrist, Concussion and Depression Care, Hospitality, Finance. Many of APN’s clients are professional athletes who come with residual mental and physical trauma due to high impact training and sports. To address these needs, APN has designed a Depression and Concussion Division, utilizing the latest protocols in brain research and technology to support brain/body connection and the rewiring of the prefrontal cortex, or executive functioning brain. This group benefits from Deep TMS (d-TMS), Hyperbaric Chamber (HBOT), and Float Tank. Therapy Groups are small, safe, and intimate settings to explore the “why” of addictive thinking, reactive behavior, or accompanying mental health symptoms. The goal of treatment is to identify and understand the drivers, begin healing and acquire support and accountability tools to continue to achieve consciousness and wellness in all areas of one’s life: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual.
A unique feature of All Points North growth strategy is to open offices in major cities across the country that will offer Medical Detox, Assessment, and Wellness support such as HBOT and d-TMS, as well as peer and alumni recovery support for the community. Currently, Detox and Wellness Center is open in Denver, with Boulder center opening second quarter. Additional office space has been obtained in London, England, Dallas, TX (Southlake), Naples, FL, Malibu and Beverly Hills, CA.
Referring behavioral health professionals, interventionists, and healthcare organizations are considered part of the treatment team and receive regular, documented information about the client they send to APN. Additionally, careful documentation of client treatment and experience is gathered for the purpose of creating outcome studies. It is APN’s goal to partner with Universities and Research Institutions to publish these studies to establish and document the highest standards of care in the treatment industry.
APN is committed to partnering with medical and behavioral health providers, other residential and outpatient treatment providers including extended care and sober living support, interventionists, and family members. This is an open, collaborative organization with Leadership committed to ethical treatment, business practices, and change.
Below is a video and sample weekday schedule for review. If you have a referral, please call me, Sherry Young, PhD, CSAT at 575-779-6062. If you want to contact an Admissions Specialist directly, please call 855-944-1178.
Valiant Living, Denver , CO
PHP, IOP FOR MEN STRUGGLING WITH ADDICTION INTERACTION DISORDER AND PARTICULARLY INTIMACY DISORDER AND SEX ADDICTION
Valiant Living is a small Professionals Program for men, 28 and older, that focuses on core drivers of addiction and mental health as well as substance, sex addiction and intimacy disorder. Treatment goes deep with multiple therapeutic modalities including IFS, EFT, Mindfulness Yoga and EMDR. The wide net of therapeutic modalities offers multiple approaches to healing and wholeness in a fully integrated team setting. The PHP, IOP model with housing provided is appropriate for step-down from primary treatment or as a treatment extension that allows a client to do deep therapeutic work around a specific area of addiction. Each patient journey is unique, so treatment plans are customized for individuals depending on their specific needs and treatment goals. We utilize a variety of evidence-based therapeutic options for professionals in recovery, including:
- Proven psychotherapies
- Mental health treatment
- Career support and counseling
- Medically-supervised detox
- Outpatient programs
- Transitional services
- Co-occurring addiction treatment
- Recovery housing for men 28 and older
- Relapse prevention
The savvy and experienced Valiant Team works from a trauma and attachment lens, offering clinically comprehensive therapies in individual and group settings, psychoeducation, and somatic experiences. The staff are men and women who continue to do their own healing work and bring knowledge, experience, and passion to their work with the men. Typically staff to client ratio is 4+:1, so they are able to address individual needs through nimble programming and collaborative treatment partner options, such as intensives, partner disclosures, adjunct brain therapies like HBOT and deepTMS.
4 Winds Farm in Glenwood Springs, CO
A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO WOMEN’S WELLNESS IN COLORADO
Located in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, 4Winds Farm offers a holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing. They address the constraints of traditional treatments through integrating the body, mind, and spirit. 4 Winds is uniquely focused on dissolving diagnostic categories. Residents are not divided by their diagnosis, and they participate in classes and workshops with our greater community, helping to break down the silence and stigma that can be so isolating.
Custom designed wellness and recovery programs are uniquely designed for individuals following a psychosocial and interpersonal assessment. Through deep understanding and work with traumatic memory 4 Winds addresses unresolved trauma, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders.
Trauma may result from a wide variety of stressors such as accidents, invasive medical procedures, sexual or physical assault, emotional abuse, neglect, war, natural disasters, loss, birth trauma, generational, cultural trauma and the corrosive stressors of ongoing fear and conflict.
4 Winds wellness community is located on 134 acres of pristine farmland between Sunlight Mountain and Glenwood Hot Springs. The Wellness Options consist of thirty-sixty-ninety-day women’s mental health and trauma recovery program, offering daily educational and integrative therapeutic sessions, outdoor and equine therapy, private lodging, and organically sourced meals with a focus on well-being. They also offer a 3-week wellness immersion program. 4 Winds is a safe supportive space where women can reclaim their mental health, address unresolved trauma, and heal.
One of the most important concepts that informs all wellness and healing practices at 4Winds Farm is “linear thinking, circular being.” Both are powerful, innate capabilities we share as humans, but today’s modern culture tends to prefer the linear—often to the detriment of human vitality and social capability.
“Linear thinking” refers to straight-line goal orientation. To many of us, this feels satisfyingly practical and targeted. But when you’re focused on the straight, confined highway in front of you, you compromise your peripheral view—which is to say that you miss most of what’s going on.
Moreover, circular being makes us aware of our true nature as thinking beings, and it allows us to learn from the environments we occupy. The seasons always come around again. Our measurements of years and months are in fact measurements of cycles, not linear progressions.
True connection to ourselves and to the earth requires inviting our environment in rather than pushing it away; observing and connecting with the natural cycles supports natural healing, rather than artificially creating a pre-formulated track.
At 4 Winds Farm, the elements, animals, and food work in tandem with licensed professionals who guide and mentor toward health and healing. Qigong, Equine Therapy in the Native Tradition, Archery and Mindfulness, Food and Movement all contribute to healing in this safe sanctuary for women.
Contact: If you, or someone you know might be a fit for healing at 4 Winds Farm, please call me at 575-779-6062 or reach out to Dora Newlin at 303-517-5175.
The McCoy House Extended Care for Women
The McCoy House for Women -Embodied, Lived Recovery for Women
Denise Marsters, CADC, CSAT
Founder and President of the Board
P.O. Box 231
Ridgeland, MS 39158-0231
The McCoy House accommodates 7 women who live in an antebellum style home near public transportation in Jackson, MS and are offered peer-mentored support and guidance from the Executive Director of Operations as they participate in the broad range of therapeutic and experiential healing modalities.
When The McCoy House was purchased, it was a rat, bat, and mold-infested. It had fallen into disrepair and had to be restored inside and out. The story of The McCoy House and its restoration has an added depth and dimension since it is a house that is dedicated to recovery from addiction and other survival strategies that work until they become destructive. In this sense, the finding, funding, restoration, expansion, and finishing of the house is the story of the women who come to recover and reclaim their authentic lives. It is here they restore the hope and freedom to fulfill life’s purpose and reclaim home in themselves. The house and the women are one story
The McCoy House Extended Aftercare for Women offers a tranquil place for women to reflect on the past, live in the present and plan for the future. It is a spacious, gated two-story home with vaulted ceilings and an abundance of natural light tucked away on seven and a half wooded acres in the middle of Jackson, Mississippi.
The McCoy House Extended Care Programming offers modalities and experiences that facilitate healing from the drivers of addictive thinking and behavior. Trauma, adverse developmental experiences (real or perceived), as well as attachment and connection wounds, rewire the brain for survival. When that happens, safety and self-medication become the primary focus of the individual.
The essence of addiction and the mental health aspects of anxiety and depression that accompany it is a “using” mentality – whether one uses drugs, alcohol, people, sex, food, exercise, work, or things. Getting sober breaks that cycle but getting conscious, living intentionally in a transparent community with others, rewires the brain for healing and connection. This is the vision of The McCoy House Extended Care for Women.
The McCoy House’s mission is to offer the following modalities for healing and
- Group Meditation & Reflection
- Daily Schedule Review with Peer Support in house
- IOP through local Counseling Practices
- Volunteer at The Real McCoy Thrift Shop
- Mindfulness & Meditation Practice
- Additional Therapeutic Support – licensed therapist
- Group Therapy
- Labyrinth Experience
- Recovery Yoga
- Art Therapy
- Medication Management if indicated
- Equine Assisted Therapy
- Healthy Eating Classes
- Cooking Classes
- Low Ropes Course Activities
- 12-Step Recovery Meetings
- Working with Sponsor
- Special Events and Outings
- Area Field Trips
When The McCoy House acquired the ranch style house nestled in back of their 3.5-acre property, they saw an opportunity to expand their acreage and services.
In addition to 7.5 acres for therapeutic and experiential programming, the home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms, a full kitchen, dining area, large event space and courtyard – perfect for workshops, therapeutic retreats, healing intensives, corporate meetings, and picnics. Mercy Lodge is available for rental.
The Real McCoy Thrift Store & Boutique
Owned and operated by The McCoy House, the store offers a service to the community. New or gently used clothing, furniture, and household items that have been generously donated by the Jackson community are sold at unreasonably low prices. After the first month in residence at The McCoy House, women can work in the thrift store, developing job skills and building resume experience in cash register, customer service, and merchandising.
Contact: If you have a client who might benefit from recovery immersion at The McCoy House, please call me at 575-779-6062 or Denise Marsters, Founder, CEO, and Admissions Director at 601-940-3411.
Dr. Michael Barta Institute, Broomfield, CO
Dr. Michael Barta, Ph.D., CSAT-S, APSAT is the Founder and CEO of the Dr. Michael Barta Institute, ENTUNE Reconnection Intensives™, and author of TINSA Ò (Trauma Induced Sexual Addiction); a neurological approach to the treatment of sex addiction. The ENTUNE ™ model builds upon Steven Porges’ Polyvagal Theory to address addiction and mental health from the lens of neurobiology and to engage that rupture with opportunities to repair and reconnect.
ENTUNE™ is his newest applied neurobiological model that treats the source of addictions and blends Richard Schwartz’s Internal Family Systems (IFS) to clarify and personify the neurobiological impact of trauma.
In his 5 Day, 5 Men Intensive, Barta works with the men to identify the trauma and attachment wounds and begin the healing work of “entunement.” The process is transformational as the men address and heal the core drivers of the brain’s re-wiring for safety, eliminating the need for external “self-medicating” thinking and behavior. In addition to therapy, Dr. Barta offers psychoeducation and somatic healing components. The week-long program offers 40-50 hours of in-person work directly with Dr. Michael Barta.
Clients can enroll or request more information on the website: drmichaelbarta.com.
Certification, Training and CE Resources
Certification and Training
CE and Print Resources
- Psychotherapy Networker
- PESI Publishing
- US Journal Training
Local Treatment Resources
FRESH OUTTA PLANS®
Jeanie Griffin DD, LMFT, LPC, LCDC
1930 Holly Drive # 9A
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Jeanie is licensed to practice in California and Texas. Her business, FRESH OUTTA PLANS® offers zoom and in person private sessions, group work, online courses and VIP retreats. Jeanie is an addictions therapist, transformational coach, speaker, shamanic practitioner, spiritual guide, retreat leader, best-selling author, funny lady, grandmother of 3, slave to 2 cats, resident of Los Angeles and formerly a superwoman who could leap tall buildings in a single bound while keeping Saturn on its axis. Today she lives a happy, authentic life. Clients come to her with spiritual questions, stagnant careers, challenging relationships, life passages, substance use challenges, anxiety, depression and trauma. She has the right combination of compassion, humor and kick. Watch her on YouTube, listen to her podcast The Recovered Therapist and read her story in Women Who Rise
3801 E Florida Ave, Ste 650
Denver, CO 80210
Women’s Recovery is a gender specific, trauma-integrated Intensive Outpatient Program treating alcohol, drug and other substance use disorders in Denver and Summit, Colorado. We support women in their desire to heal from traumatic experiences and underlying mental health concerns that have led to the misuse of alcohol and substances by utilizing evidence-based therapeutic intervention facilitated by a multidisciplinary team.
Dr. Jill Manning, PLLC
Jill Manning, Ph.D.
357 S. McCaslin Blvd, Suite 200
Louisville, CO 80027
Intervention: Betrayal Trauma Treatment, Therapeutic Disclosures, Groups
Resource: Digital Downloads & Free Printables for healing betrayal
New England Recovery Associates
435 Newberry Street #202
Danvers, MA 01923
Jodi Conway CADC, MAC, CSAT
James Bailey, LMHC, CADC II, CSAT
Counseling & Recovery Partners
8080 Ward Parkway #405
Kansas City, MO 64115
Comprehensive Therapy Group Practice: M & F (all sexual orientations) over 15. Trauma and Attachment: Sex Addiction, Sex Abuse Survivors, Eating Disorders, Couples, PTSD Chemical Addiction
Nathan E. Lundin, LPC, CSAT
1031 Peruque Crossing Court
O’Fallon, MO 63366
Adult Men: Addiction, Sex, Love, Relationship
Helen R. Friedman, Ph.D.
7750 Clayton Road, Suite 210
St. Louis, MO 63117
Sexual Trauma, Sexual Compulsivity (Including Partners), Dissociative Disorders, PTSD, Gender Identity, Depression, Anxiety, Grief & Loss, Relationship Issues.
Richard Young, LCSW, CMAT, CSAT
412 Clay Avenue #200
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Carrie Ishee, MA, LPCC, LPAT, ATR-BC, PCC
1925 Aspen Drive, Suite 100B
Santa Fe, NM 87505
BOOK: Seduced into Darkness; Transcending my Psychiatrist’s Sexual Abuse
Valerie Valentine Studios
1925 Aspen Drive, Suite 701-A
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Valerie Valentine, MA, LPCC, ATR-BC, ARTIST TEACHER, ART THERPIST
We offer effective treatment for healing, Trauma & PTSD, Depression & Mood Disorder, Grief & Loss, Adjustment Disorder, Co-Occurring Disorders, Attachment, Intimacy, & Relationship Challenges, Chemical & Process Addictions, Existential and Personal Dilemma, Support for the search toward personal fulfillment and support toward healthy, balanced and passionate living at Valerie Valentine Studios.
Golden Willow Counseling and Retreat
Ted Wiard, EdD, LPCC, CEO/Executive Director
412 Sipapu Rd.
Taos, NM 87571
Golden Willow Counseling provides a wide variety of therapy services designed to provide the most effective care possible for each client.
Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery
Mark Pugsley, PhD, CSAT
5800 McLeod Rd, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
We specialize in sexual addiction, pornography, addiction & love addiction counseling and couples counseling & marriage therapy. Overcome sex, porn and love addiction through personalized and comprehensive treatment services. We provide a way forward for individuals, partners, and couples to heal and transform their relationship into one that includes mutual communication, connection, honesty, and intimacy. We provide a comprehensive assessment process and will develop with your participation a specialized treatment program.
Golden Willow Retreat, a healing sanctuary for grief and loss
P.O. Box 569
Arroyo Hondo, NM 87513
Ted Wiard, EdD, LPCC, Founder & Executive Director
Ted Wiard along with his wife, Marcella, created Golden Willow from a combined vision of compassion and healing towards all life. Ted is a licensed clinical therapist, certified grief counselor, an ordained minister, a New Mexico certified schoolteacher and a certified tennis professional. Ted’s passion for working with grief, in its many forms, arose from his own personal losses in which he realized there were very few places that offered support and healing from grief. While working at Betty Ford Center, Ted counseled individuals and families with clinical and spiritual support through the recovery process, realizing that many individuals rarely touch the underlying conditions that led them to their dysfunctional behaviors. He has written numerous articles on the subject of emotional healing, grief, loss, trauma and the connection verses disconnection of spirituality in grief, loss, life transitions as well as addiction and relapse prevention. His book, “Witnessing Ted, The Journey to Potential Though Grief & Loss”, is a sensitive guide on the six aspects of grief and the journey to a wiser more authentic life. He is sought out for speaking engagements nationally to offer his inspirational and dynamic message of hope and healing.
Safe Haven Mentoring
Safe Haven Mentoring was designed and conceived after our own healing journeys, to mentor and accompany women who are dealing with infidelity. As mentors we help women on this painful journey to heal from the trauma of betrayal by their spouses/partners continuing and unresolved sexually addictive behaviors. We are trained as Bravehearts Certified Professional Mentors, A Door of Hope Peer Group Facilitators and by APSATS (Association of Partners of Sexual Addicts Trauma Specialists) and trauma sensitive in our work with women.
Center for Healthy Sexuality
2400 Augusta Drive #120
Houston, TX 77057
Barbara Levinson, PH.D, RN, LMFT, LSOTP, CSAT Supervisor, CST Diplomate
Sexual Addiction, Pornography Addiction, Love Addiction, Betrayal and complex Trauma, and Partners/Spouses of Sex/Porn Addicts
Private Practice & Intensives
Charlie Risien, LCDC, AAC, CSAT
Individual, Couple, Family and Intensive Healing from Addiction, Trauma and Attachment Wounds. Somatic Healing Modalities
CC!A, LLC. – Uptown Tower
4144 N. Central Expwy, Ste 380, Dallas TX 75204
Addictions • Trauma • Relationships
Adolescents | Adults | Couples
Gary G. Kindley, D.Min., LPC, CSAT, CMAT
Executive Director & Founder
Erin Wysong-Warren, LPC-S, NCC, CSAT, CPTT
Sexual Addiction, Love Addiction, Betrayal and Complex Trauma, Developmental Trauma, Parental enmeshment, Relationships, EMDR, and SE trauma treatment modalities available
10260 N. Central Expy, Suite 270
Dallas, TX 75231
Jeremy Edge, LPC, IGDC
Problematic Screen Use, Gaming Disorder, Pornography Addiction, Social Media Problems, Men’s Issues
Jeremy Edge, LPC, IGDC
International Gaming Disorder Certified
Owner of Escapingthe.com, PLLC
10260 N. Central Expy, Suite 270
Dallas, Texas 75231
Jennifer Sparks, LPC, NCC, CSAT, SEP
505 E Boydstun Ave #4
Rockwall, TX 75087
Trauma; Somatic Experiencing; Neuro-Affective Touch; Borderline Personality Disorder; Dissociative Disorders; Partners Surviving Betrayal Trauma
Fred Theobald, MA, LPC
10228 E. Northwest Highway, #1023
Dallas, Texas 75238
Individual and Couples, LGBT, EMDR, Trauma, PTSD, Grief, Addictions, Transitions
D-Squared: The Relationship Institute
Rev. Daniel Gowan, LPC-S, LCDC, CSAT-C
17210 Campbell Rd, Ste 175,
Dallas, TX 75252
Dina Hijazi, PhD, CSAT-S
17762 Preston Rd. #104
Dallas, TX 75252
Families, Couples and Individual Adults. I focus on relationship skills such as boundaries, communication and personal growth. I am passionate about helping people identify the barriers and roadblocks (usually from their family history) that keep them from living full and complete lives. Addiction clients learn early that the addiction is only a symptom of the problem and for that reason we must look at root causes and change the hardwiring within us that holds us hostage.
4240 West Lovers Lane
We are a group practice full of talented professionals who provide individual, couples, and group counseling to individuals who are searching for healing and a different way of life. We work with adults and young adults who are struggling with Sexual & Pornography Addiction, Love Addiction, Betrayal, Partners/Spouses of Sex/Porn Addiction, as well as Trauma and Attachment Wounds.
Christian Counseling Houston and Sugarland
402 Julie Rivers Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478
David C.House, MA, CSAT, CSMTC, CCSAS, CEMDR, LPC-S
Adult Individual Counseling for Trauma, Attachment, PTSD, Behavioral and Substance Addictions, Panic Attacks, and Phobias. Groups for Compulsive Sexual Behavior
McKinney Counseling & Recovery
250 Adriatic Parkway Ste 105
McKinney, TX 75070
Janice Caudill, PhD, CSAT-S, CCPS-S, SRT, PRT, SEP
If you, or your loved one, are struggling with infidelity, pornography, or sex addiction, your life may be feeling out of control and you’re not sure where to turn. You’re on an emotional rollercoaster of fear, anger, grief, disbelief and confusion – or, if you have been dealing with this for a long time, you may have lost hope, become resigned to the situation, and wonder if this is all life has to offer you.
Daring Ventures Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting
Offices in Houston, Mont Belview, and LaPorte, TX
3100 Edloe St. # 290
Houston, TX 77027
Jacob Porter, LPC, NCC, CSAT, CMAT, CDWF, CPC
Sex Addiction, Betrayal Trauma, Couple-Centered Recovery, Money and Work Disorders, Intensive Outpatient, Coaching, Groups, Intensives
Jelena Simpson Consulting
International Provider of John Maxwell Leadership Series
Leadership Development, Sales & Team Building as Certified Coach, Trainer and Speaker, DISC Consultant
Jim Savage Consulting
Adolescents: Addiction and Creative Recovery
BOOK: Rehab Works; support for Parents
New Hope Coaching Counseling Consulting
4100 Fairway Drive #200
Carrollton, TX 75010
Adult Men and Women: Addiction & Mental Health
Marie Krebs Consulting, PLLC
Therapist, Interventionist, Treatment Consultant
Marie Krebs, MS, LPC-S, LCDC, SRT, BSPII, CDWFTM, SFR-Facilitator
Adolescents – Adults: Mental Health, Trauma, Addictions, Intimacy Disorders, Families, Interventions for Addictions or Mental Health
Private Practice & SIMS
Psychology Today profile
Mary Combs, Med, LPC
821 West 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701
I am devoted to helping individuals explore their obstacles to well-being and foster healing. At some time, almost all face an abyss which may be accompanied by feelings of pain, sadness, uncertainty and we need a gentle hand to guide us…I offer such a hand. My approach is unique for each person, helping you navigate the challenging dynamics in a caring way.
Insights Collaborative Therapy Group
8140 Walnut Hill Lane #450
Dallas, TX 75231
We are a talented group of respected professionals who provide counseling, therapy, coaching, evaluations, hypnotherapy, play therapy, sex therapy, pre and post marital counseling, couples counseling, divorce mediation, family therapy and partner with a psychiatrist for medication consultation. We work with individuals and families through all ages and stages of life. We partner with clients in their unique process of learning, growth, and change. We believe the most productive therapy experience is one of mutual trust, respect, and collaboration. Insights is committed to an open environment with a focus on integrity and meaningful work with the goal that our clients can better enjoy, connect with, and contribute to their world.
Stewart Gallas Psychotherapy PLLC
4131 Spicewood Springs Road, Bldg M, Suite 1
Austin, TX 78759
Individual Adult Counseling– Clients meet one-to-one on a regular basis to explore patterns and identify desired changes. Typical areas of concern are emotional well-being, managing stress, grief and loss, relationship or family issues, and making desired changes in behavior.
The Lovett Center
Robert Hilliker, LCSW-S, LCDC
900 Lovett Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
Mental Health primary intensive outpatient and supportive outpatient programming for professionals, young adults, and adolescents. We also have outpatient psychiatry, psychotherapy, medical, Substance Abuse Counseling, sex/porn addiction therapy, dietetics and naturopathic practitioners.
Jan Marie Pompei, CCMI
Flower Mound, Texas
Experienced, certified interventionist, trained under Ken Seeley, John Southworth and Brad Lamm, specializing in substance use disorder for adolescents and adults. We believe in intervening on the entire family system, providing support and resources for all involved, not just the identified loved one that is struggling. For as the family recovers, the chance for success for their loved one increases exponentially. Utilizing the best parts of the Johnson, Systemic and Invitational models to suit each specific case’s needs, including the creation of a treatment plan and placement that makes sense both clinically and financially for your family. Well facilitated intervention is a loving, powerful and empowering experience treating all members with dignity, compassion and respect. Married with available supervised transport and supportive monitoring and aftercare services, we can support a client and their family for up to 3 years to keep all engaged in healthy change.