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Ewell provides services for process addictions, codependency and unresolved adult child of alcoholics’ issues. He provides assessments, individualized treatment, monitoring, advocacy, spiritual support services and individual, group and family therapy for persons with substance abuse and addiction problems. Ewell’s interest is in finding ways to help persons caught in physical, mental, emotional and spiritual traps of addiction find new freedom, health, and wholeness. He provides assessments for persons with chronic pain who may have substance related problems. Also, families with persons who are resistant to help may obtain family interventions. Ewell provides initial assessment for persons with alcohol and drug related legal problems or custody issues. Persons who have misdemeanor shoplifting or anger related legal charges obtain cognitive behavioral classes for attorneys and courts through alternative sentencing agreements.
Ewell serves persons of all ages from youngest to the oldest who have substance issues.
His specialties include: Addiction, Alcoholism (Family Members), Alcoholism (Individual), Anger Management, Anxiety and Panic Disorders, Process Addiction (Gambling, Gaming, etc), Spiritual Issues and Concerns, and Substance Use and Abuse.
Ewell provides Spiritual Direction, which includes individual services to address the spiritual problems of persons seeking recovery or who struggle in their personal life with spiritual or religious issues.
Ewell and his wife, Nancey were married in 1971. They have two grown daughters and enjoy many mutual interests such as science fiction, movies, reading and music. Raised on a family farm near Atlanta, he still enjoys nature as well as a strong childhood interest in classic cars. Ewell is also an occasional lecturer at the Emory Medical School, Atlanta, Ga., where he addresses issues of professional impairment with physician assistants.