Stop wasting your time looking for someone to solve your drug problem. Drugs and alcohol are not the problem, they are our solution to the problem. They are how we run from our problems, and how we numb ourselves from how we feel. Your real problem is an underlying issue. This issue will stem from fear, anger, resentment, and past trauma. At Asheville Recovery Center, we will identify your specific underlying issues, help you to solve them, and then teach you how to prevent running from those issues ever again.
Dr. Brady Schroer, DO is a psychiatry specialist in Asheville, NC and has been practicing for 20 years. He graduated from Ks Univ Of Med & Biosci Coll Of Osteo Med in 1998 and specializes in psychiatry.More
Shamus has been working in the field of addiction treatment for over ten years. He has experience practicing as a patient advocate, case manager, admissions coordinator, behavioral health technician, and primary therapist. Upon completion of a Master’s of Social Work at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida, Shamus moved to Asheville with his wife and daughter to pursue licensure and certification for the clinical treatment of patients with substance use disorder. Shamus is a passionate advocate for comprehensive, evidence-based, clinically-driven programs of recovery from the disease of addiction. His work focuses on utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy models to confront and correct maladaptive behaviors associated with substance dependence.More
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