The other guy that posted the previous review is correct. I went here for an evaluation and the counselor even specifically told me that she does not think I have a problem, however she has to recommend something because I could possibly be put in an 'abuse' category and the minimum recommendation is 6 months of once a week treatment. Are you kidding me? I didn't know much about these processes at the time so this got sent to court and I had to go through a bunch of crap to get re-evaluated but it had to be based on the eval from STOP. I ended up getting a re-evaluation from a lady in Seattle who had been doing evals for 25+ years; When looking at my past evaluation she stated they had no sufficient evidence to support any type of diagnosis, to put me in an 'abuse' category, or to even have considered recommending me to that extreme amount of treatment. She even questioned the licensing of their counselors as she said she had never seen an evaluation like that with so much insufficient and inaccurate information. Bottom line, do not go to this place, they are just out to get your money and get you sucked in to a world of hell.
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