Jennifer Sartin

Jennifer Sartin

Drug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist, MS, LCDC
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Alcohol and Addiction Support
1087 Misty Oaks Lane
Keller, TX, USA 76248

Treatment Offered

Therapy Orientation:
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Any Orientation
Age Focus:
Teenagers, Adults
Life Coaching, Addiction or Substance Abuse, Mood Disorders, Spirituality, Relationship Issues, Thinking Disorders
Treatment Modality:
Couples, Individuals, Families
Any Ethnicity
Sexual Orientation:
Any Orientation
Religious Beliefs:
Any Religion
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About My Work
“Jennifer Sartin understands not only the clinical side of addiction, but has first-hand experience with the personal struggles of recovery. Her experience stands out in the field of substance abuse counseling. Jennifer is devoted to helping others achieve a solid, lasting recovery through proper guidance and support. Jennifer received her B.S. in Social Science from the UC Irvine and her Masters in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy from UOP. She is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the State of Texas.”
My Story
“Alcohol and Addiction Support is an affordable alternative to standard treatment. Our goal is to help you learn how to function in your life free from the use of alcohol and/or drugs by offering support when needed, not just when appointments are scheduled.

AAS is for those who are unable to leave work or other responsibilities to seek addiction treatment. We offer as needed support with the utmost confidentiality.”
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Years in Practice: 9 Years
Graduated from: University of Phoenix
Year Graduated: 2010

Remote Therapy

Phone Counseling: Yes
Online Counseling: Yes
Technologies: Skype

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Cost & Payment Modalities

Avg Cost (session): Sliding Scale
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Online Payments accepted: Yes

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    Q & A Reply: 11:45 - Jul 22, 2016 Compulsive shopping

    My sister is a compulsive shopper. This is my term and not her label because she would deny that she has any problem at all. But when you go and look in her apartment you would know that she does, when you see the hundreds of pairs of shoes that are ...

  • 2
    Q & A Reply: 10:24 - Dec 14, 2012 Veins on nose

    I am 38. I am a regular drinker but I do not consider myself to have a problem. I get a bit buzzed on weekends and have a few on most weekdays. My nose is starting to get bumpy and red veined. WTF? Can this be from dinking even though I’m not even ...

  • 3
    Q & A Reply: 06:36 - Oct 17, 2012 Choosing the right drug rehab

    Are drug rehabs in Mexico and the Caribbean any good? Is there any kind of international standards association that would ensure that treatment is up to American standards in facilities abroad?

  • 4
    Q & A Reply: 07:17 - Aug 13, 2012 Treatment for a relative

    I just caught my brother in law smoking crack in our garage. My sister has already thrown him out of the house once before  for his drugs and because he was bringing it into the house and around their two young kids who are only 14 months and 4 ...

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    Q & A Reply: 11:46 - Jul 20, 2012 I am in opiate recovery, do I need to avoid Imodium?

    I read somewhere that Imdodium (the diarrhea medication) was a kind of opiate type of drug. Is this true. If I am in opiate recovery do I need to avoid Imodium?

  • 6
    Q & A Reply: 06:46 - Feb 20, 2012 Medicaid Rehabs

    Do any of your facilities in pa accept medicaid

  • 7
    Q & A Reply: 11:59 - Feb 08, 2012 Problem: anger or alcohol

    Whenever I get really angry I always feel an urge to start drinking and I think the drinking helps me to let the anger out so I can get back to a normal state of mind. When I am not angry I do not feel strong urges to drink, although I still do ...

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