Behavioral Addiction Recovery
We live in a world where it’s easy to develop unhealthy habits. Whether it’s technology, social media, or gaming, developers actively try to create products that keep you coming back again and again. In fact, they're counting on it. And that can become a problem when it starts to affect your work, personal, or family life.
Research has shown that individuals with behavioral compulsions develop similar brain chemistry and neural wiring to those addicted to substances. This occurs through the release of dopamine and other feel-good chemicals in the brain when performing the habit. Over time, a person begins to seek out this dopamine release and requires more stimulus for the same reward.
I help individuals break behavioral addictions that are negatively impacting their lives and damaging their relationships. My practice focuses on:
Social media overuse
My weekly coaching program will help you recognize and manage triggers, develop effective coping strategies to prevent relapse, and retake control from addiction. Together, we'll create a personalized plan for a healthier, more balanced life.