Don’t let cocaine consume your life.
When you first started using cocaine it was not a regular thing. Once in a while on the weekends, maybe occasionally at a party. It wasn’t a problem and you had it under control. When you used cocaine, you felt like you were on top of the world: confident, alert, and awake. There was no reason to stop…it was enjoyable.
Now, perhaps your cocaine use is not as fun. The high doesn’t last as long, and the crash seems to last longer. You are using cocaine, or thinking about using cocaine on a regular basis. Maybe not every day, but a lot more frequently. And you have noticed that when you are not using cocaine, you are thinking about when you are going to use it the next time. Maybe you’ve started doing things that are just not you, keeping secrets from people you care about, or experiencing the paranoia that often goes along with cocaine abuse.
Perhaps someone you love keeps pushing you to admit that something’s wrong or to seek outpatient cocaine addiction treatment. And although you certainly wouldn’t tell them, you just can’t help wondering somewhere deep down inside yourself if maybe they’re right.
If you are concerned about your:
- constant fatigue, difficulty sleeping, dehydration, or appetite change
- money, job, relationship or legal problems
- physical, emotional, or mental health
If you are looking to stop…
- your cravings for cocaine
- chasing the high
- taking risks you know you shouldn’t be taking
- hiding your cocaine use from others
You are in the right place. You CAN learn how to beat cocaine addiction.
While the idea of overcoming cocaine abuse and addiction can feel overwhelming, it is totally, 100% possible. People really do manage it every day. So if you’ve hit the point where you’d like to get back the life you had before cocaine started making your life crazy? I want you to know that breaking free can definitely happen.
HOWEVER. It’s important to realize that many people who manage to beat cocaine addiction don’t do it on their own. Recovering takes a lot of support from someone –an addictions counselor – who understands the reality of what you’re going through. Someone who is professionally trained and can:
- Give you tools and strategies to help you overcome the cravings for cocaine and stop using the drug
- Treat you like a whole person, with all your thoughts, beliefs, feelings and experiences
- Support you in learning and practicing the skills you need to stay clean and maintain your recovery
What would your life look like if cocaine addiction were no longer an issue?
You’re probably reading this page because you have recognized that cocaine currently plays a bigger part in your life than you want it to. That somehow, cocaine abuse or addiction started to become a problem.
So I want to ask you… how would it feel to solve that problem once and for all? How
freeing would it be if you no longer had to keep all those secrets? How relieved would you feel to finally know you were back in control of your life again?
I have over 20 years of experience as an addictions counselor, helping people just like you who seek outpatient cocaine addiction treatment and get their lives back. I’d like to help you too.
You might not be ready to commit to working with me right now…
If you’re not ready to get in touch with an addictions counselor quite yet, that’s totally OK. The truth is that the decision about who you’ll work with to beat your cocaine abuse or addiction problem is a big one. I generally don’t recommend you make it without doing some research first.
For example, you might want to find out more about:
- My experience and qualifications
- What you can expect from working with me
- My approach to working with clients
And of course, if you have any specific questions, please just ask. I’d be happy to answer them.
But if NOW is finally the time to break free? Contact me!
If you know the problems that cocaine causes you are no longer worth the payoff, I’d love to help.