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Ned Presnall

Clayton Behavioral

npresnall@gmail.com

 

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First name
Ned
Last name
Presnall
Phone
314-222-5896
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Company
Clayton Behavioral
Office Address 1
9890 Clayton Road, Suite 100
Office City
Saint Louis
Office State
Missouri
Office Zip
63124
Geographical Area
Inner Suburbs of North of 64
License Number
2011007333
Years in Practice
10
Practice Description
Ned Presnall, LCSW is Executive Director and Therapist in Clayton Behavioral's Programs. He is an Adjunct Professor of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, teaching a course on Substance Use Disorders to aspiring social workers.

At Clayton Behavioral Ned is the owner and director of the Plan Your Recovery treatment program. This intensive Cognitive Behavioral treatment program for alcoholism and drug addiction is designed to make intensive addiction treatment as convenient as possible for persons with busy lifestyles. Core CBT groups run Monday through Friday from 8AM to 9AM. Individual therapy, family therapy, and psychiatry available as needed.
Additional Information
Do you want to keep your current individual therapist but get additional help to cut back or eliminate your alcohol or drug use? Join our CBT program Monday through Friday from 8AM to 9AM. Clients can sign up for as little as one day per week or as often as five.
Specializations
Alcoholism, addiction, and co-occurring conditions
Areas of Focus
  • Addictions
  • Chemical Dependence
  • Family Problems
Services You Provide - Treatment Type
  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Couples Counseling
  • Family Therapy
  • Consultation to Organizations
  • Cog.-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Couple Counseling
Populations You Serve
  • Adolescents
  • Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Older Adults
Speaker
Yes
Speaking Topics
Attachment, Separation, and Grief in Addiction and Recovery
Understanding and Reversing the Opioid Epidemic - Healthcare integration of Opioid Use Disorder Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment for Alcoholism and Opioid Use Disorder
CBT for Addiction and Co-occurring Disorders
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