Practice Specialties

  • Abuse & Trauma
  • EMDR
  • Substance Abuse and Addictions Christian Counseling


Though the pain and stress that addiction causes are often clear to friends and family, it is not always so clear to the affected individual. Friends and family are usually the first to notice the stress at home, stress at work and problems with personal relationships. However addiction can manifest itself many other ways as well. Addicts use drugs and alcohol in various and less evident ways as a form of release from stress or escape from pain.

If you have tried unsuccessfully to quit on your own or conventional addiction therapy has failed, seeking treatment at a Christian rehab like Celebrate A New Life, may be the answer. Our California-based treatment center has successfully helped clients recover and lead an addiction-free life by finding strength and peace in the midst of confusion, guilt, shame, isolation and devastation.

My Christian Faith and My Professional Practice

Bobby Nicholl
When I’m asked to help coordinate a professional intervention, my heart and soul is committed to doing whatever it takes to making the intervention successful. Tenacity is my middle name.

Being allowed into a family’s or friend’s mission to save their loved ones from the perils of addiction is a passion of my heart. My Pastor, Rick Warren, recently stated during a sermon, “How do you spell Love? Not L-O-V-E, but S-H-O-W U-P, be there to care enough to show up. Intervening on someone you care about is faith in action.

Addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences. It is considered a brain disease because drugs change the brain; they change its structure and how it works. These brain changes can be long lasting and can lead to many harmful, often self-destructive, behaviors. Even death. Interventions save people from having to hit bottom.

Client Payment Information

  • Accepts insurance
  • Client rates are on a sliding scale

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