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Jeff Zacharias

Jeff Zacharias

New Hope Recovery Center

President/Clinical Director
New Hope Recovery Center, USA
Tel: 773-883-3912
Fax: 773-442-0777

Biography

Jeff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Certified Advanced Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor (CAADC), Board Registered Interventionist (BRI-I), Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) Candidate and Registered Dual Disorder Professional (RDDP) with extensive clinical experience in both the mental health and addictions fields. Currently, he is the President/Clinical Director of New Hope Recovery Center located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. Additionally, he has a private practice in the Lincoln Square area. His areas of interest including working with all aspects of addiction including facilitating interventions, severe and persistent mental health issues, personality disorders, trauma and its impact on recovery, hoarding and other obsessive-compulsive disorders and issues within the LGBTQI community. He is a member of NASW, NALGAP and NAADAC as currently is on the Board of Directors for NALGAP. He has had articles published in “Praxis: Where Reflection and Practice Meet”, “Addiction Professional” magazine and “Renew” magazine where he writes a monthly blog entitled “Recovering with Pride” which is focused on recovery issues within the LGBTQI community. He has extensive experience speaking on issues related to addiction and the LGBTQI community most notably at NADC, NAADAC and NASW Illinois.

Research

Jeff Zacharias areas of interests include working with all aspects of addiction including facilitating interventions, severe and persistent mental health issues, personality disorders, trauma and its impact on recovery, hoarding and other obsessive-compulsive disorders and issues within the LGBTQI community.