I have been to see so many counselors. Should I keep trying to recover?

Recovery is a process that has taught you something that either has contributed towards your recovery or helped you to understand what was not beneficial for you. I encourage you to keep seeking the help that best suits your needs, as your life is worth the investment.

How do I know I need help? Doesn’t everyone struggle?

If you are asking yourself these questions, then it is time to speak with your doctor a trusted friend or family member and seek another opinion. Don’t be afraid to share your concerns and ask for honest feedback. It will take courage, but it may be the best conversation you ever have.

Do you provide a sliding fee scale for someone in financial need?

There are many individuals who do not seek professional help because they feel they cannot afford treatment and it may not be worth their time. A number of employee health insurance packages provide coverage for a Registered Dietitian and Therapeutic Counseling. If you do not have health insurance, other payment options are available.

How often do I need to come for treatment?

The time varies from person to person and depends upon many factors such as, diagnosis, readiness to make change, your support network and your ability to implement change. Of course there are several other variables, but it is recommended you discuss these concerns directly by phone or upon initial assessment and an honest evaluation will be provided.

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