Overcome Alcohol Abuse

Posted by Frank Gillespie MA


Do you, or does someone you know and love, suffer from substance abuse? It’s more common than you might think. Our surroundings often lead to us to self-destructive behavior, such as substance abuse; most notably, alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse is something that affects both the individual concerned and their loved ones. This is why it is important to address the issue and proceed on the path to recovery with alcohol counseling and alcohol addiction therapy.

Alcoholism manifests as a physical addiction, meaning that numerous therapies are required. To find the right counseling and therapy for alcohol dependency, you need to search through many different types of counselors. The right help for alcohol abuse may be difficult to find, depending on where you are and how severe the condition is. Often you may search “where to get help for alcohol abuse” only to find that the nearest AA meeting is miles away and impossible to reach.

Thankfully, Zoom Therapy offers professional online counseling for any number of personal issues, including therapy for alcohol abuse, help with alcoholism and alcohol addiction therapy. Our team of certified, professional alcoholism counselors provide a number of different platforms to show you how to get help with alcoholism as well as provide you with specific and personal help for alcohol abuse.

At Zoom Therapy, you can begin a series of counseling sessions through video chats or by messages. This means you have more control over the interactions you have, making it easier to open up about your problems when your counselor will help you to tackle these problems.

Alcoholism therapy usually begins by opening up with your counselor and establishing a trust and bond with someone who is trying to help you. This can be really difficult for a lot of people. This is why Zoom Therapy offers different mediums of conversation.

By taking your sessions online, you can be as mobile as you need, so that your therapy won’t interrupt your life more than necessary, by way of commuting back and forth. A busy lifestyle should not get in the way of you finding counseling for alcohol abuse. Zoom Therapy understands that counseling can be a difficult step to take, for multiple reasons, and so they provide you with an easier platform to work off.

So if you or a loved one begin to think, “I need help with alcohol abuse”, look no further than Zoom Therapy’s easy platform to get you on the road to recovery. They make payments manageable for clients of all backgrounds, meaning you can find the help you need in a suitable way to match your routine.

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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