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ATA OFFICE LOCATION

Contact Addiction Treatment Alternatives, LLC. for treatment information and to schedule your free consultation

533 Peters Ave, Suite 200

Pleasanton, California 94566, United States
925 750 7682 (Phone)

925 425 9692 (Fax)

info@atayourchoice.com

REACH OUT TO US

ATA- FAMILY RECOVERY SESSIONS involve engagement of the family as we’re treating their loved one or in some cases without their loved one. We work on helping everyone understand the ways they are affected by living with someone who has a treatable addiction. Some of our goals with Family Therapy are; To reboot the family in a healthy way, to help them heal, by teaching healthy stress management techniques, teach them how to have helpful and clear conversations, we also help the family members re-connect with outside support systems, educate the family on how to relate to the loved one with clear and loving boundaries. Family members will also learn critical ways of being; How to address their own individual issues or needs, how to heal as a unit, and communication techniques for healthy interaction. Good communication can foster a harmonious and loving family relationship. Improving family communication cultivates love, trust, respect, and more importantly, it helps the family learn to cope with life's ups and downs. Contact ATA for further information.

FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN CAN KEEP FAMILIES FROM GETTING HELP

Fear can make families doubt their basic instincts when it comes to dealing with an alcohol or drug addiction. Even though it is difficult to watch a loved one self-destruct, people are even more afraid of letting the secret out — admitting there is a problem and seeking help. Other families are afraid to approach their loved one; suffering addicts can be manipulative and self-centered, and the family is usually tired or scared of what the person will do or say. Still others do not understand the process of recovery and are willing to allow the addiction to carry on rather than speak up. Does this sound familiar? If so, please contact us. We can help. 

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