As alcoholics in recovery, we can assure you that we have dealt with addiction and dysfunction in our own family. We know and have lived first-hand the destruction of addiction on families and individuals. We know that recovery is a more effective form of treatment when there is family involvement. We have seen that mental health issues can be masked by addiction or trauma and we work with you to heal and recover. We want you to know that every minute that you are with us that you will be treated with the utmost respect and compassion. You have our guarantee that we will be earnest in our care for you, and we hope that we can be the catalysts for change in your life!
Owner – John Hall, NCC, PLMHP, PLADC
Mental Health Counseling
We provide a wide variety of mental health counseling services such as assessments/evaluations, individual, couple and family therapy.
Substance Use Disorder
Our job is NOT to keep you sober, our job is to guide you on how to overcome the symptoms in your life that keep you stuck.
People that have never been affected by trauma have very little idea of the destruction that occurs if trauma is left untreated.
At Complete Family Treatment Services, we offer family counseling services to better equip families to endure the world around them.
Sometimes children and adolescents struggle with how to process things around them. We can help them to incorporate better strategies.
Being a couple takes a great deal of work and communication. If you are stuck on how to move forward in the relationship talk to us!
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Our therapeutic focus is on the needs of the families, couples, and individuals. From the first session, we are in constant motion to provide you the framework to become successful no matter the situation or issues.
We provide you the very best in individual therapy for issues such as depression, anxiety, substance use, medication-assisted treatment for opiate addictions, co-occurring issues, trauma, and grief. We also provide Chemical Dependency Evaluations.
We provide Couple and Marital counseling to help strengthen your relationship or to simply get you back on track. We know that couples struggle with issues from time to time. Come share your struggle so that we can help move you forward again.
The family is the basic foundational structure for learning about love, compassion, giving, receiving, and relationships. When this goes astray, many issues can cause the family to go sideways. Let us be your guide to problem resolution and positive growth.
We see the family as a system of parts that work together, and it mostly functions well because of family self-correction. The system gets out of balance when one of the parts disrupts the family flow to get their needs met. Sound familiar? This imbalance can be caused by several different sources such as addiction, trauma, mental health or external interferences.
So why do we explain this? Most agencies or counseling practices treat the individual and not involving the family for validation and accountability. We look at not only the individual in our treatment but also the family environment they are in. We use evidence based approaches to help the family, couple and individual.
PTSD - what is it? As defined by the National Center for PTSD - PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault. Who develops PTSD? Anyone can develop PTSD at any age. A number of factors can increase the chance that someone will have PTSD, many of which are not under that person's control. For example, having a very intense or long-lasting traumatic event or getting injured during the event can make it more likely that a person will develop PTSD. PTSD is also more common after certain types of trauma, like combat and sexual assault. Personal factors, like previous traumatic exposure, age, and gender, can affect whether or not a person will develop PTSD. What happens after the traumatic event is also important. Stress can make PTSD more likely, while social support can make it less likely. Will People with PTSD Get...Read More
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Come join our family and become part of a caring group that can help and nurture you through the tough times of life. We can show you how to incorporate principles to move you and your family forward in a better way!