Online Addictions therapists in New Zealand

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Leppington, New South Wales therapist: Jaya Bhaskar - Ropana Therapy, counselor/therapist
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Jaya Bhaskar - Ropana Therapy

Counsellor/Therapist, Counsellor/Therapist, Life Coach, ACA-L3
Through understanding the complexities of addiction and substance abuse, and I am here to offer non-judgmental guidance and support every step of the way. No matter the addictive behaviour you struggle with, I provide a safe and confidential space where you can explore the underlying issues driving your addiction and develop strategies for long-lasting change. My approach to addiction support is rooted in empathy, empowerment, and evidence-based practices. I will work collaboratively with you to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of addiction, helping you understand the underlying triggers and develop healthier coping mechanisms. Through individualized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs and goals, we help you build the skills and resilience needed to overcome cravings, manage triggers, and prevent relapse. From exploring the root causes of addiction to developing practical strategies for maintaining sobriety, we're committed to supporting you every step of your recovery journey.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Leppington, NSW 2179
In-Person in Kangy Angy, NSW 2258
Online in Australia, New Zealand
Parramatta, New South Wales therapist: Shareen Birges, registered social worker
Addictions or Substance Abuse

Shareen Birges

Registered Social Worker, BASS, GDYMH, MSW
I have worked with both young people & adults with substance misuse/abuse issues & those with diagnosed addictive behaviour. Using motivational interviewing & elements of CBT, I work with a person-centred & strengths based approach to tailor treatment to the personal needs of the individual & their significant others. I understand that recovery can be difficult & how important it is to move at the pace of the indiviudal seeking support. I work on the basis that relapse is part of the process & as discouraging as this can be, it is important to use these set backs as a learning opportunity to better enable the individual to make recovery stick the next time around.  
16 Years Experience

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