Do you, or someone you know, struggle with mental health or substance abuse issues?
Are you dealing with anxiety, depression, or trauma related issues?
Do you find yourself using substances to numb the pain?
Are you a parent who has recently discovered that your loved one is using drugs or alcohol?
Are you in a relationship with someone who struggles with mental health or substance abuse issues?
Have you tried to confront a loved one to get help and it didn't work?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then we are here to help.
What we do
We work with individuals and families suffering from complex substance use disorders and mental health issues. We offer therapy, intervention, and consulting services for mental health and substance abuse issues. Therapeutic Recovery Network uses a network approach to facilitate the necessary services for each individual in the family. This collaborative approach allows us to assess and develop a tailored plan for individuals and families to find their path to healing. If life's difficulties have become overwhelming to you and your family, let us help you get back on track. We can help through our expert counseling, intervention, and consulting services. Our mission is to provide concierge-level support efficiently and effectively for whole family healing and change.
“I focus on treating the whole person and I always strive to think outside the box for any solutions that can ultimately put you on the path to hope and healing, there are always options and a way.”
- Kirsten Banks, MA, LPC, CAI, CIP
THERAPEUTIC RECOVERY NETWORK
COUNSELING | INTERVENTION | CONSULTING
Kirsten Banks, MA, LPC, CAI, CIP is a Georgia and Tennessee State Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a nationally Certified Clinical Interventionist (CIP & CAI), and a Certified PC Trauma Therapist. Kirsten has worked in the addiction and behavioral health field for over 20 years and specializes in addiction, codependency, trauma, as well as family and couples counseling. Kirsten earned her BA and BS degrees in Sociology and a minor in Rehabilitative Services in Women’s Studies from the University of Florida in 1998. In 2005, she earned her Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University.
In addition to her work as a therapist and interventionist, Kirsten has had extensive community involvement in the local area to help combat the impact of drug addiction on the community. Kirsten developed and facilitates a local support group and online support community called Parent Recovery Network (PRN) for parents and grandparents of children of all ages who have any type of addiction.