James Clark, MA, CSAC, NCAC
Jim has worked with a variety of patients in a number of treatment settings in mental health and substance use recovery. His approach is to value and support the goals and aspirations for recovery that each patient presents.
Counseling support sessions reflect upon those goals, and build on the strengths of the patients and their natural ability to be in recovery of their true self, the innate nature of the person underlying the damage caused by dependence or misuse of mind altering medications and substances.
Jim has been active in personal long-term recovery since 1985 and brings understanding and compassion to patients who seek to regain a sense of their innate strengths and capacity for living a fulfilling life, free of the negative effects of substance use.