Dr. Heather Violante is a licensed psychologist, as well as the President and Founder of Serenity Lane Psychological Services, a private practice in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She provides psychotherapy to adults struggling with a variety of life’s challenges. We are so grateful to her for gracing us with her expertise on how you can put yourself first when caring for a someone with an addiction. Dr. Heather certainly adds a lot of clarity on the topic of addiction as this is such a needed conversation in our community.
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