Are you silently dealing with addiction? Does it feel like no one understands? Are you struggling to quit alone? Have you tried to solve the problems in your life on your own and realized you need help from someone else? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have made the right choice by being here.

And I know this is hard. You’ve likely been debating seeking help for months, if not years. But I’m so glad you found me and have taken the courageous step of being here.

I’m confident that together we can work to help equip you with the necessary tools to help you face and overcome these challenges. Whether you’re struggling with overcoming addiction, addressing anger management, or positive parenting, it is important that you know you don’t have to be alone in this journey. I have the experience to help you achieve your goals, overcome these struggles, and live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

The place of true healing is a fierce place. It's a giant place. It's a place of monstrous beauty and endless dark and glimmering light. And you have to work really, really, really hard to get there, but you can do it.
- Cheryl Strayed

I understand no two individuals are the same, and I tailor our sessions together to address challenges unique to you. We will work together to understand the root cause of your struggles and address those issues with long-lasting strategies, helping you get closer to the life you’ve always wanted.

If you’re ready to work towards the life you’ve always wanted, I’m ready when you are. Contact me today and let’s get to work.


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Meet Leah C. Mayon, PhD, MFT, LCDC, ADC, SAP, CART

Leah C. Mayon is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the State of Texas. She is the owner of Guided Path Counseling and Family Services in Houston, TX. Guided Path Counseling and Family Services specializes in reducing addiction symptoms and co-occurring disorders among adults, adolescents, children and families. A proud Houston native, she always knew that she would advocate for others in some way, initially considering Law School before becoming an Addictions Counselor.

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