Evan Jarschauer

Evan Jarschauer

Drug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
Last updated: Feb 03, 2018 | Articles 6 | Q&A's: 4

Treatments Offered

Therapy Orientation: Coaching, Psychoanalytic, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Age Focus: Any age
Specialities: Dissociative Disorders, Anger Management, Anxiety or Fears, Child or Adolescent Issues, Compulsive Disorders, OCD, Addiction or Substance Abuse, Mood Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Psychosis, Chronic Pain or Illness, ADHD, Impulse Control Disorders, Loss or Grief, Thinking Disorders, Depression
Treatment Modality: Individuals, Families, Groups
Ethnicity: Any Ethnicity
Sexual Orientation: Any Orientation


Years in Practice: 10+ Years
Graduated from: Novasoutheastern University
Year Graduated: 2001
Licensed?: Yes
License issued in: Florida
License Nr.: MH7924
License Expiry: Mar 2019
Other Credentials: Certificate, National Board for Certified Counselors , Master Addiction Counselor, 2005

Remote Therapy

Phone Counseling: Yes

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    Getting someone to agree to accept help for a serious substance abuse problem and/or mental illness is really just the beginning of the journey into recovery for everyone involved in the process.
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  • Overcoming the trauma of a home invasion.
    Exactly a week ago, I experienced a home invasion. The intruder ended up being a male living in the building and was so high/drunk that he believed he was getting into his home and instead broke into my apartment. I awoke to banging on the door, ...
  • Issues of Confidentiality During Rehab Treatment
    How to improve the overall treatment experience by knowing how to work with and within the federally mandated Privacy Rule embedded deep within HIPPA.
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    My son forged my name as a co-signer on a loan and because of his latest round of gambling, defaulted on the loan. It's now in collection and they are demanding payment. I'm wondering if I should pay or tell the collection agency that it's not my ...
  • Intervention: Going Over the Edge to Get Well!
    I am considering an intervention for an alcoholic family member. Things are very touchy with her. Do interventions ever backfire and make things worse?

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