About Zach

Zach Ramsey, MS, LPC, LCDC, CSAT-C

Has your life been turned upside down because of alcohol, drugs, or out of control sexual behavior?

Are you trying to rediscover your place in your relationship or in your life?

Is shame preventing you from accepting yourself?

I can help you deal with the following:

Phone: 214-908-5962
E-mail: zachramsey@vantagepointdallascounseling.com

If you’re struggling with an addiction in your life, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re struggling with a problem with alcohol or drugs, or you’re dealing with an issue relating to sex or pornography addiction, we’ll walk through these issues in your life in a way that can create long-lasting change. No matter where you’re at in your journey, I’ll help stop unwanted behaviors, work through your shame, enhance the relationships in your life, and learn about yourself in the process. Contact me today, so that you can get your life and relationships back on track.

Maybe you’re troubled by your behavior, and you don’t know where to turn. You might also be unsure of whether or not your behavior is problematic, but your partner or spouse has a problem with it. With my training and experience, we’ll determine if it’s problematic, and identify the next steps. Regardless if you’re struggling with a problem with alcohol or drugs, sexual compulsivity, or both, I can help. I have specialized training in sexual addiction from IITAP and Dr. Patrick Carnes, the leading proponent in the field of sexual addiction. I’m also licensed as a Chemical Dependency Therapist in the state of Texas.

Call me today to get your life back into balance. My personal and professional experiences have shown me that there’s always hope, even when you feel like there is none left. From my work at a Residential Treatment Program helping people overcome their problems with alcohol, drug and sex addictions, to my experience as a Collegiate Recovery Manager, know that it’s never too early, or too late to start your recovery.

If you identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, it’s important to me that you know that I am affirming.

If you identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, and you’re looking for a therapist who is affirming, I can help. I am an open ally for those who are working to accept themselves for who they are. Whether you are struggling with issues of coming out or self-acceptance, or you simply want a therapist who you know will be affirming of this part of you while you work through other issues, I can help.

Substance Abuse Problems

Getting life back under control when dealing with problems with alcohol and drugs can be challenging. I can help you rediscover and rebuild balance in your life. Whether your relationships, work, or life are being impacted by your drug or alcohol use, we’ll work so that your life isn’t ruled by this any more. You’ll work to rebuild trust, connections, and a sense of self-esteem, which is not dominated by drugs and alcohol.

I understand that this may be one of the most difficult times of your life, and respect the courage it takes to work through this. Contact me today, and we’ll work together to get you on the right path.

Credentials:
MS in Counseling
Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
Certified Sex Addiction Counselor-Candidate

Publications:
Exploring the relationship between religious coping and spirituality among three types of collegiate substance abuse
Journal of Counseling & Development (Accepted/In-press)
Accepted/In-press
Exploring the relationship between religious coping and spirituality among three types of collegiate substance abuse
Giordano, A. L., Prosek, E. A., Daly, C. M., Holm, J. M., Ramsey, Z. B., Abernathy, M. R., & Sender, K. M.
Journal of Counseling & Development.

Experiencing shame: The effects of substance abuse, religion, and spirituality.
Journal of College Counseling (Accepted/In-Press)
Accepted/In-press
Experiencing shame: The effects of substance abuse, religion, and spirituality.
Prosek, E. A., Giordano, A. L., Holm, J. M., Bevly, C. M., Sender, K. M., Ramsey, Z. B., & Abernathy, M. R.
Journal of College Counseling.



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