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ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERS IN OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON

The NSDUH offers statistics related to drug and alcohol admissions in the state of Washington and also in Olympia, WA. In its recent survey for the years 2003 to 2006, it showed that in case of pain relievers used for non-medical purposes, the state ranked among the highest in the US, specifically among those aged 18 years to 25 years. The rate of abuse of marijuana and alcohol among those aged 26 years and above was also the highest when compared to national rates. The N-SSATS survey showed that there were 42,701 clients admitted to treatment centers of the state during a one-day census for the year 2006.

Those who are in need of treatment for addiction to alcohol, opioids or any other prescription drugs can avail help from our directory listings. Our listings offer you details of various rehab centers that are located close to you in and around Olympia, WA. The first step towards recovery is to admit that you need help. Your addiction might prevent you from realizing that you have a problem. If you have a friend or a relative who is struggling with such an abuse, you could help them by referring them to our directory listings of centers to help them lead a clean life again.
WHAT THERAPISTS IN OLYMPIA HAVE TO SAY
Jolene Stokesberry
Jolene Stokesberry
Olympia, WA 98506

What types of services do you offer?

 

I offer Psychotherapy at my office in downtown Olympia. Individuals and couples come to find relief from anger, confusion and sadness.

 

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

 

As do many psychotherapists I utilize a variety of modalities. The particular therapy is dependent on the client and what they need when they come for a session. Attachment Theory, Psychodrama, Emotion Focused Therapy and Nonviolent Communication are my main focuses.

 

When should one seek treatment?

 

It is a natural experience to have ups and downs in our lives. The time to come to therapy is when our reactions to these old patterns are no longer working.

 

Why should someone choose to come to your practice?

 

I have found my approach is especially effective with blocked communication, creativity stagnation and identity issues. If you can relate with these issues, then my services may be of use to you.

In choosing a psychotherapist the best advice is to look for a good fit. Someone you believe could support you at this time. Ask questions to find out who is the best psychotherapist for you.

 

What relationship exists between mental health and addiction? How do you approach dual diagnosis in your practice?

 

There is a close tie between mental health and addiction. Addiction is usually an unintentional side effect of desired relief due to substance use. All though long term relief does not come from substance use. In fact substance use can worsen mental health issues. Long term relief can be found in mental health support, such as psychotherapy.

 

Addiction and mental health issues can be present at the same time. When dual diagnosis is the case I first look for what the risk factors are. Is there a risk of harm to one's self or others? That is addressed first and foremost. After the risk is addressed I turn towards mental health issues, inquiring why the client is in therapy and what they would like different in their life. Then we work towards these collaborative goals, all the while keeping an eye on risk factors. There is some belief in the psychotherapy community that when addiction is present mental health work cannot be accomplished because it is being blocked by the addiction. I've found that mental health can be impacted while addictions are active. Instead of telling people they need to change their addiction I ask what they want to change in their life. We work collaboratively on how to make this happen.

Jolene is a licensed counselor with her private practice in Olympia, WA. Learn more about Jolene’s mental health services by calling (360) 791-6287.

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Jolene Stokesberry
120 Pear St N.E.
Olympia, WA 98506
Cynthia Rae
Cynthia Rae
Olympia, WA 98502

What types of services do you offer? 

I offer individual and family counseling sessions for ages 11 and up.

What issues do you specify treatment for?

I work with folks dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, work related issues, family issues, school issues.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice? 

I am primarily a cognitive-behavioral therapist.  I am also trained in Gottman method couples counseling,  certified in EMDR for trauma treatment, and use bio-feedback and mindfulness meditation techniques to treat anxiety. 

When should one seek treatment?

When life feels out of balance, when negative thinking has taken over, when past trauma is resurfacing and interfering with the present, when life events become overwhelming, when you lose someone you love, when family lifestyle changes, when work relationships become difficult, when it is difficult to sleep, when stressed out.

Why should someone choose to come to your practice? 

I am a very supportive, non-judgmental, experienced therapist who welcomes diversity!

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both? 

Sometimes a mental health condition precedes substance abuse.  Sometimes a mental health condition is a result of substance abuse.  I provide a non-judgmental place to explore both, and to develop a path to health. 
 
Cynthia runs her private practice out of Olympia, Washington. If you are interested in her services, please call her at (360) 951-6674. 
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Cynthia Rae
2938 Limited Ln NW, Suite A-2
Olympia, WA 98502
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