Addiction Counseling in South Charlotte—Arboretum, Ballantyne Area Therapists
Do you believe you might need help with an addiction? Thriveworks clinicians can help without shaming or blaming. Our professionals are trained and have experience with alcohol use disorders and substance use disorders.
Not sure you have an addiction? Ask yourself the following:
- Are you having difficulty with the overuse of substances?
- Is your behavior causing substantial harm? Is it affecting your health, your safety, your profession, and/or your family life?
- Do you continue to engage in these activities repeatedly when you know they are causing substantial harm?
- Is this continuing to occur because it was, or continues to be pleasurable and valuable?
Our clinicians work with clients to tailor a treatment plan specifically towards their needs. Strategies used to treat addiction are:
- Acceptance and Commitment
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Identifying coping skills and triggers
- 12-step recovery methods
At our South Charlotte Location, the following clinicians work with clients with addictions:
Bill Futtersak, Ph.D. is a psychologist at Thriveworks Charlotte South Location. He has experience working with individual, couples, and families dealing with addiction. He has served as director of a dual-diagnosis program where he developed and oversaw a treatment program blending CBT with 12-Step Recovery for men and women with mental health and substance use disorders.
Karen Sumner-Matson, LCSW is a therapist at Thriveworks Charlotte South Location. She has over twenty years working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with substance use disorders. She utilizes mindfulness and CBT to empower her clients and to help them develop the tools to overcome obstacles.
Kim Matone, LPCA is a therapist at Thriveworks Charlotte South Location. She has experience with individuals with substance use disorders. She worked in substance abuse prevention for fifteen years. She uses mindfulness, DBT, and a Family Systems approach to treating individuals, couples, and families affected by substance use disorders.