This is a long-term therapy group for professionals in recovery from addictions and substance use disorders. This is an aftercare group that will explore next steps in sobriety after stabilization. Group members must be abstinent from mind and mood-altering substances and have a strong foundation of recovery. The group will discuss ways to cope with daily life stressors in sobriety, such as work/life balance, interpersonal communication, relationship issues, and emotional regulation.
Jaclyn Einstein is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Hollywood, Florida specializing in relationships, communication skills, life transitions, anxiety, depression, substance use, and infertility counseling. She has particular expertise in supporting professionals with high stress jobs and helping young adults develop coping skills to successfully navigate transitions in their personal and professional lives. As a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Use Counselor, she draws upon extensive experience in treating substance-related challenges as she works with individuals who are in recovery, as well as with significant others who have loved ones struggling with addiction.
Jaclyn supports her professional clientele in managing daily life stressors such as work/life balance, interpersonal communication, and boundary setting. She also helps them to strategize, discuss ideas, and sometimes even role play before important decisions or events. Many clients see Jaclyn to optimize effectiveness and performance at their jobs and in their lives, as well as to improve their professional and personal relationships.
With her emerging adult clients, she helps them with the challenges associated with transitioning from high school to college, and college to the working world. In addition, she works with them to develop skills to understand and manage familial and personal relationships during the crucial junctures in their development.
Jaclyn draws from a background in both insight-oriented and skill-based therapeutic modalities, with an emphasis on psychoanalytic psychotherapy. She also uses motivational interviewing and other behavioral interventions to help clients recognize and change undesirable patterns of behavior. She is committed to providing a supportive and safe environment for clients to find insight, growth, and personal fulfillment.