More about our DUI Treatment Services

If you have been court ordered to attend DUI treatment or need to complete treatment as recommended by DUI Counterattack or the Safety Council to meet DMV requirements, we provide the services you'll need to meet those requirements.  On this page, you'll learn everything you need to know about what we offer, steps involved, prices, what we ask of you, and how to get started.  


Once you have made contact with us to get started, we'll ask that you provide any paperwork you may have received from Counterattack, the Safety Council, or the courts showing the recommendation for treatment.  It can be a little confusing, so we can help walk you through the steps.

We will then schedule an appointment for you, do an initial assessment, provide our recommendations for treatment, and create a treatment plan.  We will typically recommend those things that we know will help you meet your requirements.  They will likely involve: weekly individual therapy sessions, some outside community support, and some random drug screening (to be obtained by an outside lab). We'll make sure to incorporate any necessary elements and will individualize the rest to meet your personal needs.  

Throughout the process, we'll communicate with Counterattack, your attorney, or whoever else might need updates regarding your progress.  At the end of treatment (typically an 8-16 week process but varies by individual), we will provide all of the documentation needed directly to DUI Counterattack or any other party you have authorized us to release information to.  

What makes us different from other providers?

Although there are a lot of great DUI Treatment providers, they are all very different.  Many community agencies utilize a group counseling format to meet treatment needs.  We, on the other hand, provide one-on-one counseling services with a Licensed Therapist and highly individualize treatment to meet your unique needs.  Although the group format can be very helpful as well, one-on-one counseling allows for a more personal and in-depth approach to addressing underlying issues and concerns.  We offer virtual and in-person sessions depending on what feels most convenient and safe for you. We pride ourselves in providing an excellent client experience from beginning to end.

What we ask of you

If you're considering getting started with us to meet your treatment requirements, we only ask a few things of you.

  • Timely communication
  • Consistent follow-through with your appointments
  • Adherence to treatment recommendations and treatment plan goals and objectives
  • Adherence to random drug screening and community support group attendance (outside of our office) that may be required as a part of treatment 
  • A willingness to openly and honestly engage in the therapy process.  When you sign up to work with us, we ask that you be open to introspection, sharing personal information that will allow us to get to know you,  and making healthy and positive changes in your life.  

Excessive missed appointments, late arrivals, or cancellations may result in a late-fees being charged (equal to full session amount) and/or discharge from therapy.  We try to be as reasonable and flexible as possible, but rely on commitment from you in order to ultimately "sign off" on your treatment completion.  

How to get started.

It's easy to get started.  You can either send us a message by clicking here or you can call or text 813-515-9602.  

Rates are $115-$125 per session and will take place once per week for the duration of your treatment.  






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