Lisa Silk is an addiction therapist who practices addiction counseling in suburban Philadelphia on the Main Line in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Lisa has devoted her career as a substance abuse counselor, to helping individuals and families suffering from addiction, heavy drinking and drug use.
Lisa also has experience in counseling a wide range of personal issues and mental health disorders. Much of her work is spent counseling clients with depression, anxiety, eating disorders and compulsive behaviors such as: internet addiction, food addiction (overeating), and shopping addiction.
Through a motivating and empowering approach, Lisa Silk believes that everyone has the opportunity to find recovery and obtain balance and peace in their lives. For many people, addiction counseling can be a wonderful way to seek recovery, reduce stress, obtain hope, and gain greater clarity and understanding of life issues. The privacy and confidentiality that come with this therapy creates a safe space to express feelings without the judgment or bias that may come from other situations.
If you have a specific question, you are welcome to call 610-649-3331 or email Lisa to find more about addiction counseling and whether it would be a helpful tool for you. Leave your information and Lisa will return your call/email promptly.
Lisa Silk, MSW, LCSW
Lisa Silk is a Licensed Addiction Therapist and Substance Abuse Counselor specializing in Addiction and Eating Disorders in Ardmore, the Main Line and Philadelphia
My personal and professional passion is helping individuals and families suffering from addiction. In 1999 someone told me, "There may be a greater reason you had to suffer so deeply." I heard this in a way I never had heard before. And so I felt if I could help someone else get out of the pain and despair that comes with addiction, then my suffering would have been worth it. This has been my mission ever since.
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Lisa Silk & Associates
Substance Abuse Counselor, Addiction Therapist
Compassionate Counseling for Addiction, Depression,
Anxiety, and Eating Disorders
This may be your first time, or 100th time seeking help. Either way, there are so many questions which may be hard to ask or you may not even know where to begin.
Alcoholics never have to drink again, those with ED's have to eat every day no matter what is happening in their life or how they are feeling about themselves and their body. This makes recovery even more challenging, but there is hope
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.
When you have no idea what to do or where to go, when family and friends may not understand… I can help. Many of my clients are the loved ones of someone struggling with alcohol or substance abuse. Most people don’t know where to begin, what to do, or what not to do. I will help you learn the difference in a clear and practical way while providing answers to your questions. If you have found this page, you still have hope -- this is very important. Let me help you hold on to the hope you have and find the calm within the storm.
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