Help with Drug Abuse

Posted by Frank Gillespie MA


Help with Drug Abuse

If you are reading this, you or a loved is struggling with drug abuse. First of all, Congratulations! Trying to find out how to get help with drug abuse is the first, and in many ways the most important step you take towards returning to a normal positive life.

You already know that drug addiction is a brain disease that anyone can get. You know the harm it is doing to you and your loved ones lives. You also know that the only cure is super simple; just never using the drug again. However, that is like telling someone lost at sea in a storm that the cure for seasickness is sitting under a tree. It's pretty obvious but not much use.

What you need is someone who can help you navigate the ship back to calm waters so you can sit under that tree. That is what drug counseling is; a skilled pilot who can help you get back to safe waters and once you are there, teach you how to stay there. The advantage with online drug addiction counseling is that it is so much easier to get the pilot on the ship when you need it.

Many people find it hard to get help for drug addiction because their way of life makes it difficult. Many people have difficulty getting drug abuse therapy because of travel, mobility, scheduling or confidentiality reasons. Online counselling and therapy for drug abuse solves these problems. You can no longer say "I need help with drug addiction but I don't know how to get help for drug abuse." Help with drug abuse is now only a click away.

The other advantage with online drug abuse counseling is that even if you get a pilot on the boat, it is very easy to get knocked off course again; most people do. But studies show that the faster you can get back on track the better off you will be. Online, you can get counseling for drug abuse via secure text or video much faster and more conveniently than you can using traditional methods. This helps get the ship back on course before it is blown back to square one.

About our online drug addiction help site

PsychNook.com is an exclusively online psychotherapy therapy site that has been providing online video counseling, online chat therapy, and other counselling services online since 2014. During that time we have learnt what it takes to provide you with caring, cost-effective, convenient, confidential, and effective help for drug abuse online by using the latest technology developments. Drug addiction therapy is something we have significant experience with, as well as counseling for drug addicts partners and relatives. Our technology also allows people trapped in their homes s to get professional help with drug addiction for both the user and the partner either individually or together. This applies especially to couples whose jobs or other commitments makes it hard to know where to get help for drug abuse.

Using our secure, simple system you can confidentially connect with fully credentialed, experienced therapists. They have been specially trained to provide counselling for drug addiction via chat therapy online and online video therapy. No matter where you are in the world, or whatever your schedule, at last you can now confidently get quality professional drug abuse therapy online.

The whole system has been designed with your confidentiality and safety in mind. Many people needing help for drug abuse or whose loved ones help with drug problem live in small communities or hold important positions and so must have confidentiality, so all communication is password protected and e-mail notifications are generic. We are the only online drug addiction therapy site that allows you to start by having an online psychologist chat with you about your problems and any time, you can either switch to online video therapy, or simply continue with chat therapy online, using either dedicated blocks of the counselor's time, or just short messages spread out over the weeks.

We have spent years developing the software for you to be able to get drug abuse help online without needing to download or install any software, or use a system that could compromise your confidentiality such as Skype.

About Online Drug Addiction Help via Chat Therapy

Many people wonder if online chat therapy for drug abuse is effective. Globally, it is becoming more and more mainstream, especially amongst younger people, because of its convenience and anonymity. The answer is that it online drug counseling via chat is definitely effective, but there are some caveats. The therapist must receive special training, because it is not the same thing as simply delivering traditional therapy online. There are special techniques that must be learned. The other issue it that sometimes it is more time consuming to express what you really feel than in actual conversation. PsychNook.com makes it super easy to switch to face to face or voice only communication with your provider at any time you feel it is best for you. Using our online therapy website allows you to take advantage of the convenience of online chat therapy with confidence.

Frank Gillespie MA
Counsellor

Frank Gillespie has a Master's Degree in Counseling from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. He is a nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). He has provided therapy for over 23 years. During his career, he has helped more than 10,000 people move past their obstacles towards reaching their potential and fulfillment in their lives. He practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a warm and nurturing approach. In addition to being a therapist, Frank has been an adjunct college professor teaching social work, a clinical consultant, a clinical director, and a seminar speaker. Frank has recently retired from his full time practice to focus on a part time online practice. He is married. He enjoys listening to music, watching sports, power walking, swimming, reading and writing.


Specialties:

- Dating - Relationships - Anxiety - Addictions - Anger Management - Bipolar Disorder - Codependency - Depression - Domestic Abuse - Self Esteem - Behavioral Issues - Coping - Divorce - Grief
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