Meredith Wright, LMSW, CAADC, is a dedicated professional who graduated from Wayne State University with a Master of Social Work. With a passion for helping individuals navigate life’s challenges, Meredith specializes in the intricate intersection of substance use disorder and mental health issues. Her expertise encompasses addressing issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, as well as personality disorders. 

Meredith’s commitment to making a difference is evident in her roles as a co-facilitator for intensive outpatient programs focused on mental health and substance use. Her collaborative approach empowers participants to embark on a journey of recovery and holistic well-being. Moreover, she leads an early recovery group tailored to individuals navigating the initial stages of their journey from substance use disorder. 

Drawing from evidence-based practices, Meredith utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and solution-focused interventions to guide her clients towards positive change. Her empathetic and skilled guidance creates a safe space for individuals to explore their challenges, build coping skills, and work towards sustainable recovery. 

Meredith Wright’s dedication to her field, coupled with her empathetic approach and evidence-based practices, make her an invaluable resource for those seeking support in their journey towards better mental health and overcoming substance use challenges.