Lisa Silk ​​& Associates

Substance Abuse Counselor, Addiction Therapist


Compassionate Counseling for Addiction, Depression,

Anxiety, and Eating Disorders 

119 Coulter Avenue, Suite #214

Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

(610) 649-3331

lisa@lisasilk.net


Lisa Silk is a Licensed Addiction Therapist and Substance Abuse Counselor specializing in Addiction and Eating Disorders in Ardmore, the Main Line and Philadelphia

Addiction is an insidious disease; substances promise solace but provide utter wreckage. This is often difficult to see and even when a client has acceptance of the nature of their illness, change can be more than difficult. Whether you are in recovery and struggling with a current life issue or with something painful from your past or if you think you MAY have a problem with drugs and/or alcohol, I can help. 

I offer traditional individual, family, and group substance abuse counseling to both adolescents and adults in a confidential setting with a private waiting room. I am empathic, practical, and solution oriented addiction therapist. I will work with you to find the relief you desperately crave and help you get back on track with life. I will also make appropriate referrals when a higher level of care of substance abuse treatment is needed. 

Lisa is a Licensed Addiction Therapist  in Ardmore, Serving the Greater Philadelphia Area and Main Line including: Philadelphia, Old City, Fairmount, Northern Liberties, Society Hill, Queen Village, Bella Vista, Rittenhouse Square, Fitler Square, University City, Washington Square, Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy, Montgomery County, Chester County, Bucks County, Bala Cynwyd, Elkins Park, Jenkintown, Wynnewood, Gladwyne, Bryn Mawr, Narberth, Haverford, Rosemont, Havertown, Villanova, Wayne, Malvern, Media, Swarthmore, Southern New Jersey, Camden County, Collingswood, Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, Haddon Township. Radnor, Manayunk, East Falls and Conshohocken 



Intensive Track 

“I just got out of rehab/IOP…now what?” 

This is the cornerstone of my practice. It is so difficult to go from an intensive treatment structure to virtually nothing in place but a few aftercare appointments. Even though you may feel over-confident and have already invested so much time and money, why not gain support around your re-entry with outpatient addiction therapy? For the young adult, this may mean a vacant schedule with little to no structure. For the older, or more established adult, it may mean going back into work settings where drinking is the norm, or fitting in AA/NA meetings with an already hectic schedule of work and family demands. 

Whatever the situation, I can help you determine an individualized addiction treatment plan to set you up for success.