Conquer Limiting Beliefs
Having a loved one with a Substance Use Disorder is a daily struggle. You can’t help believing that you don’t deserve happiness when they’re killing themselves. You’re lost and feel helpless without any hope for change. You’ve lost the ability to visualize a happy life.
Rediscover Healthy Living
You’ve forgotten how to care for yourself, or the value of loving yourself. You no longer give love and commitment like you used to. The other relationships in your life suffer heavily because of this, and you feel your life is a mess you can’t fix.
Return to Your Being
You don’t have any clarity over your life, you are consumed by the needs of your loved one. You have no commitments of your own to focus on, leaving you feeling anxious, depressed, and exhausted. Your life is consumed by worry for the addict in your life.
“For the past 4 years Dana has been a gift to our whole family. Dana has mentored us individually and as a family unit. She has worked with us on everything from treatment options for our loved ones to how to establish boundaries and consequences if they choose not to seek help for themselves. A big take away was that we have no control over our loved ones alcoholism but we are able to find comfort for ourselves in such a destructive environment. Our family found that our recovery is just as important to each of us individually as it is for the alcoholic members of our family. Dana is always empathetic and compassionate to our needs. She is open, honest and extremely kind. I will always be grateful to Dana for everything she has done and given to our family. She changed our lives!”
“Dana was an absolute Godsend in the darkest moments of my life. My roommate/coworker was addicted to alcohol and crack cocaine, my wife was diagnosed with with borderline personality disorder and my best friend was gambling and a meth addict. I was at the end of my rope when Dana stepped in. She helped me with the cycle of codependency to start living my life again. I owe everything to her.”