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Margarette Charles, LAC, LCADC

is a Licensed Associate Counselor and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) with over 10 years of practice in addictions & mental health. She obtained a dual master’s degree from Grand Canyon University with an M.S. in Addictions Counseling and an M.S. in Professional Counseling. Margarette has worked in a variety of treatment modalities, which includes MAT (Medicated Assisted Treatment), IOP (Intensive Outpatient) , Partial Care, Short Term & Long Term Residential, Detox , In-home counseling and Inpatient Hospitalization. She has worked with multiple age groups varying from ages 6 years and older, including the geriatric population.  In her over 10 years of experience, she has provided treatment to individuals groups and families. Her specialties include addictions counseling, anxiety disorders, ADHD, child counseling, comorbidity (mental and substance abuse), codependency, crisis intervention, depression, stress management, pain management, parenting issues, life management/ transitions, eating disorders and more. She is familiar with multiple therapeutic interventions including Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, Eclectic Therapy, Exposure & Response Therapy, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, Person Centered Therapy & Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Margarette focuses on individualizing a person's needs and implementing solutions to combat issues. She strives to see results and enjoys helping individuals gain insight into their issues. She is inspired to be in the field because she loves to see growth and gives her joy to see an individual walk out of treatment self-complacent.  Although she hates to part with her clients, she feels that she gains everlasting prosperity when she see growth and results upon graduating her clients. 

                                              This therapist only provides virtual counseling at this time. 

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