Chances are you've been riding along a rough road. At Absolute Advocacy, we believe in second chances. We believe in you. Whether you're seeking DWI or substance abuse services, or drug education classes, we have your needs and best interests close to our hearts and will provide you with the best assessment, prevention and educational services Cabarrus & Mecklenburg counties offer. One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, your rough road ends right here.
Whether you or someone you know needs help conquering a drug or alcohol-related addiction, we are here to help by providing assessments and counseling to get you or your loved one on the road to recovery.
Are you interested in becoming a substance abuse counselor? We'll arm you with the education you need to join our community of coaches and give back to the profession that helps so many lives get stronger. Already a counselor and want to broaden your skillset? We provide continuing educational opportunities to individuals already in the field.
Employers have long known that vacations are good for their employees and their bottom line. Workers who take time off demonstrate increased productivity, creativity and longevity; they are likely to show lower rates of depression and heart disease. Time away from the office is advantageous to your well-being; time away from home has even more mental health benefits. Here are six ways travel is … [Read More]
North Carolina does not allow for any exceptions to its underage drinking policy. That means that the first time your kids will be allowed to drink is when they’re 21. Even after it’s legal, they shouldn’t necessarily start drinking; CDC guidelines “do not recommend that individuals who do not drink alcohol start drinking for any reason.”
We’ve written previously about empowering your sons and … [Read More]
When Sigmund Freud changed the field of psychology in the early 1900s, he introduced the stereotypical relationship between patient and “shrink”: the patient lies on his back on a couch or bed while the therapist listens, takes notes, and then tells the patient how all their problems stem back to mom and dad.
It’s an oversimplified view of what happens in therapy, but Freud--for better or … [Read More]
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