Addiction is usually the result of physical and emotional self-neglect and the inability of victims to reconnect with their values, strengths and skills. Using a client-centered approach, Jada helps clients uncover their natural abilities, feel more valued for their unique skills and strengths and guide them to the discovery of their feelings, desires and goals. As the patient’s self-awareness and health increases, their dependence on the object of their addiction will decrease.
Jada’s experience in substance abuse also includes working with patients within the Florian Program, an inpatient program for treatment of substance abuse for firefighters and paramedics, at the Rosecrance Harrison Campus in Rockford, IL. She received her certification as a Recovery Coach from Governor’s State University through the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. She recently earned her certification as a CADC (Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor) from the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association, Inc.
Her mission is to help each patient find freedom from substance abuse and heal, grow and live freely by breaking the destructive grip of addiction.
If you need help with your substance abuse, please contact us.