Addiction Counseling Online

It may fit your time schedule and financial plan (saving time & money) to utilize online therapy appointments from any location via FaceTime or Zoom. I am pleased to assist you in this way. CALL TOLL FREE 888.499.VVFC (888.499.8832)

What is Online Therapy for Addiction Counseling?

Certainly, addiction counseling conducted online, often referred to as online addiction therapy or virtual addiction counseling, is a form of therapy that addresses substance abuse and addiction-related issues through digital platforms.

Our therapist, Alan Raddatz, approaches online addiction counseling with the same level of care and professionalism as in-person counseling.


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Meet the Therapist

Alan Raddatz, MSW BCD is a Board Certified Diplomate (# 013874) and has more than 10 years of clinical experience. He is a goal-oriented therapist who understands problems for many perspectives and employs several approaches in serving people – individuals, couples, families, groups, of all ages and backgrounds.

Online addiction counseling offers a number of benefits over traditional in-person counseling, including:

  • Convenience: Online counseling can be done from the comfort of your own home, which can save you time and money on transportation. You can also meet with your counselor at any time of day or night, which can be helpful if you have a busy schedule or if you live in a remote area.
  • Flexibility: Online counseling is more flexible than traditional in-person counseling. You can meet with your counselor from anywhere with an internet connection, and you can choose to meet in real time or via asynchronous messaging. This can be helpful if you have a lot of travel or if you need to take breaks from counseling for any reason.
  • Affordability: Online counseling is often more affordable than traditional in-person counseling. This is because there are no overhead costs associated with running an office, and counselors can see more clients in a shorter amount of time.
  • Anonymity: Online counseling can be more anonymous than traditional in-person counseling. This can be helpful for people who are uncomfortable talking about their addiction with others, or for people who live in small communities where they may be concerned about confidentiality.
  • Access to a wider range of providers: Online counseling gives you access to a wider range of providers than you might have if you were limited to in-person counseling. This can be helpful if you are looking for a counselor who specializes in a particular type of addiction, or if you are looking for a counselor who is located in a different part of the country.