Process Addiction Treatment

What is Process Disorder Treatment in Los Angeles

While the APA only recognizes in the DSM the process disorder of gambling, there are other forms of compulsive behaviors that can be just as dangerous. Things like binge eating, sex, pornography, social media, electronic devices can also become serious problems that can take over your life. If you feel as though your life spinning is out of control, then it may be time to seek help process addiction treatment in Los Angeles here at Trauma and Beyond Psychological Center. We can help you learn how to change your behaviors and move towards a healthier lifestyle.

Process Addiction Treatment

Be Committed to the Treatment

We want to make sure you get the most out of your treatment and support you in the process of making changes in your life. In our experience, psychological treatment can be difficult and may evoke feelings, emotions, and experiences that have been numbed or kept out of consciousness.  With our experienced staff, you will be guided at a pace that is right for you. It is important for us to make sure that you are supported throughout the therapy process.

Accepting Treatment Help

While seeking process addiction treatment in Los Angeles, your therapist will work closely with you to choose the therapeutic approaches that may be the best fit for you. Working in collaboration, we are able to make recommendations that will help you successfully complete your goals.  

Process Treatment is Available

Trauma and Beyond Psychological Center ® offers you process addiction treatment in Los Angeles that can help you experience the world differently and open new possibilities to you. Learn more about the services we provide and how we can help you with your treatment of compulsive behaviors by reading the information on our website. When you are ready for help, give us a call at (818) 651-0725 so you can speak with our staff, receive a free phone consultation, and make arrangements to begin treatment. Alternatively, you can send us a message using our online contact form, or if you prefer, you can send an email directly to our specialists, Dr. Joanne Barron or Dr. Lynne Friedman-Gell