Live a Life Worth Living
David Cohen LCSW
Psychotherapy, Coaching, Intervention & Consultation
Escape the Grip of Addiction
Addiction to drugs and alcohol is a painful, debilitating and often isolating disease. It thrives in secrecy. Reaching out for help is key to both the addict and the family.
If you or your loved one’s drug usage has become unmanageable and uncontrollable, reach out for help. No one needs to go through it alone.
There is Hope
Working with an addiction therapist or recovery coach can drastically improve your prospect of sustainable recovery and will aid in preventing relapse.
Learn to identify your triggers, better communicate with your loved ones, set healthier boundaries, and restore damaged relationships with family and friends. Emergency counseling sessions are also available if in crisis or in relapse.
Live a clean, full and productive life…Restore
Meet David Cohen LCSW
Therapist, Interventionist, Addiction Coach
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I am committed to helping people, families and communities engage in the process of recovery from addiction and mental illness. I provide a dynamic, collaborative and client centered approach, helping clients feel empowered, gain insight and ultimately gain a higher level of functioning, happiness and health.
Addiction and mental health issues have many faces and do not impact everyone in the same way. There is no “one size fits all” model of care.
I believe in taking a holistic view of wellness and I value individualized and tailored treatment to each client.
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