I’m Judy Voruz
Masters in Counseling Psychology, MAC, Masters Addictions Certification
Since 1985, I have specialized in helping families and individuals struggling with addiction. I hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and am a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
Addiction, as with any difficult life challenge, offers us enormous learning opportunities. After 30 years of helping those impacted by addiction, I have discovered an approach based on a deeper seeing into what creates our experience. It is called the 3 Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought. They are the three invisible elements of who we are that account for all of our experience including addiction. With time, this simple but profound understanding will end your struggle with addiction. I invite you to explore my website. Click here to set up a free 30-minute consultation.
I developed an approach called Wise Caring out of my desire to offer families a more compassionate and insightful way of relating to an addicted loved one. It presents an alternative to traditional family treatment models that focus on family members as codependent enablers. Wise Caring provides a new frame and framework for families to see the positive aspects of their caring while learning to direct it in more effective and life-enhancing ways. Through acknowledgment and wise channeling of your deep and sacrificial caring, you will begin to have a different relationship with yourself and your loved one. Let’s look more closely at how this works.