Our primary mission is to empower our clients to take control of challenging/ difficult areas in their lives through the use of skill-based, present-focused, goal-oriented, and scientifically-proven treatments.

Substance Use Disorder, Abuse & Addiction

Substance use disorder, abuse, and addiction are complex issues with hidden problems that often emerge at any point across the span of adolescence and adulthood. Commonly misunderstood by the general public, addiction is a public health concern due to the harmful consequences that can become quite pervasive in a person’s life.

Varied degrees of motivation for change in addition to feelings of embarrassment, hopelessness, shame, guilt, and fear often prevent individuals who are struggling from seeking help. This unfortunate circumstance leads to the harsh reality of addiction—many individuals are isolated in a series of harmful behaviors and intense emotional pain. CHH serves to break that vicious cycle by utilizing each person’s unique strengths to obtain a life free from the chains of addiction.

As research guides our approach to treatment, the clinicians at CHH pull from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Functional Behavioral Analysis, Motivational Interviewing, and the Stages of Change. We practice from a harm-reduction model and design treatment plans that emphasize a healthy, well-balanced life.

Managing your eating disorder recovery as an athlete

Managing your eating disorder recovery as an athlete

Written by Dr. Alyssa Hertz Close your eyes and picture an athlete. What comes to mind? If you pictured a person with a nearly perfect physique, you are not alone. Keeping that image in your mind, how do you think those athletes achieved their “athletic figure?” If you said through rigorous training, exercise, and a… […]

Navigating Weight Checking and Avoidance in Eating Disorder Recovery

Navigating Weight Checking and Avoidance in Eating Disorder Recovery

Written by Paulina Syracuse The number on the scale. This one number can have a large impact on how someone with an eating disorder (or someone without this diagnosis but struggling with negative body image) feels about and views themselves. It can have the power to potentially make or break one’s sense of self-worth and… […]

How to Schedule an Appointment

To make an appointment for a comprehensive mental-health assessment, please call CHH at 866-739-3083

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      63 West Lancaster Avenue
      Suite 05
      Ardmore, PA 19003

      Toll Free: 866-739-3083

      Local: 610-645-5311

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