“Counseling and recovery seem so expensive. I don’t think I can afford it.” This is a very common concern that therapists and recovery experts hear from clients and/or potential clients. Yes, many people can readjust their lives and spending habits some to make room for their mental and relational health. But, for some, if not most, when these words are spoken, it is a legitimate concern. In this episode of RecoveryTV LIVE, licensed therapists and long-time recovery experts, Chuck & Vicky Robinson, joins us to talk about this concern. We hope you will consider joining in on this LIVE discussion and bring your questions with you!
ABOUT OUR GUESTS: Chuck & Vicky Robinson
Chuck Robinson grew up in Oklahoma City, attending the University of Central Oklahoma, where he graduated with a Business Management degree in 1988 and a Masters of Arts in Substance Abuse Studies in 2012. He was a local oil and gas business owner while volunteering in their church. In 2005, Robinson accepted the position as the first recovery pastor at Henderson Hills Baptist Church, located in Edmond, Oklahoma, serving on staff for eight (8) years. Robinson is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Licensed Minister and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. Today he works as a therapist for Refine Counseling, located in Edmond, OK. He and his wife Vicky, co-founded a non-profit called Refined Silver, LLC. Refined Silver helps clients cover the expensive costs for counseling and/or residential treatment. He has written a book, published in 2016, called ‘Loving the Addict in Your Pew, a roadmap for building a church-based recovery ministry.’