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Struggling with a gambling problem

If you or someone you love is struggling with a gambling addiction, know that help is available. At Total Life, we understand the challenges that come with compulsive gambling and are dedicated to helping individuals overcome their addiction and regain control of their lives. One of the key components of our treatment plan is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). This form of therapy focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to compulsive gambling. In a safe and confidential setting, you can work with a therapist to explore the underlying causes of your addiction, develop coping strategies to manage cravings or triggers, and learn new skills to support your recovery

A gambling problem, also known as compulsive gambling or gambling disorder, is a type of impulse control disorder in which an individual has difficulty controlling the impulse to gamble despite the negative consequences it may cause in their life.

If you’re concerned that you might have a gambling problem, you can take a gambling problem quiz, which can be found on the National Council on Problem Gambling website. Alternatively, if you would like to speak with a professional please give us a call at 1-800-567-5433 or sign up through our online form.

To know if you have a gambling problem, look out for signs such as gambling with increasing amounts of money, lying about the extent of your gambling, using credit cards to pay for gambling, neglecting work, friends, or family because of gambling, losing interest in hobbies and other activities that were once enjoyed, and turning to drugs or alcohol to cope.

Have Hope After Three Sessions

After three sessions a majority of clients have hope that things are getting better

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Cope with Addiction through Online Therapy

Teletherapy eliminates many of the barriers that can make in-person therapy difficult, such as transportation and mobility issues. Online therapy also allows for more flexibility in scheduling, making it easier to fit therapy into busy lives. With Total Life, seniors can find hope and improved mental well-being through the convenience and flexibility of online therapy.

Convenience

With Total Life’s teletherapy services, clients can access care from the comfort of their own homes, eliminating the need to travel to a physical location.

Flexibility

Teletherapy allows clients to schedule sessions at times that are convenient for them, making it easier to fit therapy into their busy schedules.

Comfort

Some clients may feel more comfortable seeking therapy from the privacy of their own home, rather than in a physical therapy office.

See Change After Six Sessions

After six sessions a majority of clients reflect actual change has occurred

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Overcome Your Addiction with Total Life

We understand the importance of seeing actual change in your mental health. A majority of our clients report change to their mental health after just six sessions. Our teletherapy services are tailored specifically to the unique needs of seniors and are often completely free for those covered by Medicare. Our therapists are experienced and trained to provide personalized care that addresses the specific challenges and concerns of older adults. With Total Life, you’ll have access to affordable, convenient, and personalized therapy

Cost

Total Life offers Medicare-covered therapy services, which means that seniors may be able to access care at no cost or a minimal cost.

Personalized Care

Total Life is committed to providing personalized care to each of its clients, ensuring that they receive the support and resources they need to improve their mental health.

Experience

Total Life’s therapists are experienced in working with seniors and are trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches, ensuring that clients receive high-quality care.

The experience you deserve

92% of members 
stay with their assigned therapist