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Holding space for professionals to define their substance use Goals, manage overwhelm, and Discover
A new confidence

Find a path that fits you best

We specialize in working with professionals who struggle with substance use as a way to cope with stress and overwhelm. We know the stakes are high for your healing and the shame of "needing help" is big. Our clients are smart, motivated people who find this area of their life to be especially difficult to navigate. 

Planting Seeds Recovery works with people who are new to exploring their relationship with substances, people that have tried many things to change their patterns of use but continue to feel unsuccessful or want to deepen their connection to their recovery goals. We also work with loved ones of people who struggle with substance overuse. 
 
Our hope is that you will find a path that fits you best. We will let you be the driver of your recovery process. It may look like a slow reduction, it may look like complete abstinence, or somewhere in between. We are open to all of these possibilities. We are good at helping clients define their values and develop a plan to move toward them.

We know this work is challenging and we will be right alongside you on this journey. We offer individual, couples, family, and group therapy to support this discovery. Schedule a free 15 minute consultation to find out more about our services!
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Meet The Team

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Erika Pieniniemi
 
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Kyle Smyth
 
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Julia Murtha
 
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The shame of not being in control of your life can feel so isolating and anxiety provoking. And the thought of talking about it with someone else can feel paralyzing at times.

How did I get here?
Why can't I fix this on my own?
Why do I keep going back?
What is wrong with me?
Do I have a drinking problem?
Why can't I sleep?
Do I need to quit or can I just cut back?
Why is communication so difficult with my partner?
Why can't I follow through on my promises to myself?
These nagging thoughts could go on and on.
 
Sitting in a room with someone who understands the complex nature of chemical use can be incredibly comforting. Laughing at the crazy things that have happened, sitting with the sadness around your losses, and working toward a place of hope can be life changing. 
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