Read some grateful comments.......

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Read what grateful clients from around the world say about counseling or coaching for addictive behaviors: drugs, alcohol, shoplifting, food, gambling, sex, co-dependency and relationships.

"I appreciate all your letters, e-mails and voice-messages, & I want to say thank you for your kindness.

I wish I had the time and space
to print all of them, but please remember that I love hearing from each and every one of you. Thank you so much."

Here are just a few words of gratitude.......

TESTAMENTS OF GRATITUDE

"It is with admiration and appreciation, when we think of how much you've done for our family. We can't say enough of what you've done for our family. Thanks you so much, from the bottom of our hearts." L. J. (Boston, USA)

"It's amazing!! I feel that I've known you all my life and we've only talked on the phone. Thanks for being there at a time when I needed it most. I'm forever grateful."

Ms. S. (Toronto, Ontario)

"Just called to say a special thanks from me and my whole family.I'm using all the tools you taught me. You've been simply great!!"

Mr. P (San Diego,CA)

"Thanks to you, I've learned not to feel guilty. At last I've found someone who understands what I'm going through and I finally can see the light at the end of the tunnel."

Mrs. T (Montreal, Quebec)

"First I wanted to say thank you for meeting with me today on such short notice. I felt quite positive after our meeting and discussion this afternoon – fairly confident that you understand my issues and the “addictive mind” in a way that previous therapists, who didn't understand addiction counseling have not – and I'm optimistic about your ability to guide me to pragmatic and concrete actions and strategies to help me get to a better place. Although we will be talking on the phone in future, I'm glad I came to visit you in Montreal"

Ms. B (Scotsdale AZ)

"Thank you for the advice. I already have restraining order against the ex, but my daughter still goes back to him or other abusive guys. I believe she knows she has many issues that needs to be dealt with, but I think the first step, writing to you, was the hardest. I guess I just needed confirmation from a professional that there is a major problem that I alone cannot deal with it. Thank you for contacting me so quickly."

S.B (Long Island, NY)

"Thanks you once again, for guiding me through my difficult journey and I'm hoping that it will only get better, through awareness and lots of effort. For the first time I feel addiction counseling will work at last."

Ms. C.M.(London, England)

"Grateful? You have no idea, how lucky it was that I found you accidentally on the net."

S.T (Vancouver, BC)

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