Want to End the Pain and Suffering
of Addiction – Forever?
- Are you feeling scared and ashamed about your family member’s addiction?
- Are you fed up watching your loved one destroy their life?
- Are you at your wit’s end, having tried everything you can think of to make them stop?
Candace Plattor, M.A.
International Award-Winning Author
Candace Plattor, M.A., is the author of the Award-Winning book, Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself as well as her accompanying Workbook and Audiobook.
Candace is an Addictions Therapist in private practice, specializing in working with the family and other loved ones of people who are struggling with addiction, in her unique and signature Family Addiction Therapy Program.
Candace believes that everyone in the family is affected by addiction and everyone needs to heal. For more than 25 years, she has been helping both addicts and their loved ones understand their dysfunctional behaviors and make healthier life choices.
Candace offers individual, couple, and family counseling in her Vancouver, British Columbia office and by telephone or Skype worldwide.
A must-read for anyone living with or loving an addict.
This is a must read for anyone who has lived with or loved someone dealing with addiction. The sub-title ‘The Top 10 Survival Tips for Loving Someone with an Addiction’ says it all. The author, Candace Plattor, although a therapist who specializes in addictive behaviors, also speaks from personal experience. It is written in a practical and empathetic manner that encourages the reader to save themselves first and live their own best life!
- Pamela Chatry, Personal Business Manager
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes – absolutely. We understand your need for privacy as the Loved One of someone with an addiction, and we have made provisions for that.
The only people who will be able to be part of the Support Options are others who have registered and purchased their own copy of the Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself Online Support Program. This means that only others in the same situation you’re in will be part of the monthly Telephone Support Group, the monthly Q&A with Candace on Facebook Live, or the ongoing, private Facebook Group Page.
That is a great question and others have asked the same thing.
For those of you who have read the book, listened to the audiobook or have done some work in the Workbook, the primary difference between doing that on your own and doing it as part of the Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself Online Support Program will be the community you’ll be part of and the various avenues of support you’ll be receiving that way. For many people, this is the most important part of this Online Program.
The content pieces of the book/workbook/audiobook are available as an additional resource, broken up into easy-to- follow segments.
As you access these parts together, you will find yourself experiencing the holistic life transformation that you have been looking for – and the wonderful ripple effect is that the addict you love will very likely begin to make some shifts of their own as well.
I have worked with thousands of clients over the years, and every one of them who have followed these strategies has reached their goals. The addicts in the family have stayed clean and sober - and most of all, the Loved Ones have gotten their lives back.
If you follow these strategies, they will work for you as well.
I can say this because they've worked for me too. As a recovering addict myself, I’ve been clean and sober for over 30 years - and my relationships with my loved ones are now healthy and healed.
Candace Plattor’s work has effected a powerful positive change in my life.Alexandra P.
Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself was my crucial first step in breaking free from the ongoing pain of an abusive, addictive relationship. This little blue book is so wise and wonderful. It was instrumental in creating the joyful life I’m now living.
Thank you, Candace!
In her book, Candace Plattor outlines some of the major causes for ill health and unhappiness today—addictions. She especially focuses on how to help yourself if you are the loved one of an addict. Bravo to Candace, whose personal experience and brilliant counseling strategies are turning people’s lives around!Caroline Sutherland, Author of The Body Knows and The Body Knows… How to Stay Young