Dr. Earley In the News

Below are a few recent news articles about addiction that contain input or quotes from Dr. Earley:

But first, an editorial about the journey of recovery:  Plan for a Marathon on the Road to Recovery

McKinley, Budd, Cicilline, Trone Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Increase Access to Telehealth Services for Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Portman, Whitehouse Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Increase Access to Telehealth Services for Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Baldwin, Shaheen Lead Colleagues in Calling for Increased Opioid and Substance Use Disorder Funding in President Biden’s Budget Proposal

United States Senator, Tammy Baldwin, others call for increased substance use disorder funding

As Addiction Deaths Surge, Profit-Driven Rehab Industry Faces 'Severe Ethical Crisis'

America’s addiction crisis, compounded by Covid-19, requires immediate action to save lives - Editorial in STAT News

Dr. Earley responds to Trump's horrible attack against Joe Biden and his son in the Daily Beast.

How Addiction Treatment Prepared One Woman To ‘Face The Pandemic Head On’

Collins, Bennet Introduce Legislation to Significantly Expand Opioid and Substance Use Training Nationwide for Providers

Coronavirus pandemic creates ‘perfect storm’ for addiction in United States

Inside some Pennsylvania rehabs, ‘it’s like COVID doesn’t exist’

U.S. Senator Tina Smith Leads Senate Push to Improve Gaps in Telehealth Coverage for Mental and Physical Health

I walked out of rehab and into a pandemic

Virus forebodes a mental health crisis

Inside some Pennsylvania rehabs, ‘it’s like COVID doesn’t exist’

Industry Groups Seek $38.5 Billion in Emergency Funds for Behavioral Health Organizations

It’s Time for National Standards in Addiction Treatment

Here's How to Fight Addiction. Trust Me, I'm in Recovery

This Was The Decade Drug Overdoses Killed Nearly Half A Million Americans

Norcross, Courtney, Kuster Introduce Bill to Enforce Mental Health Parity, Hold Insurance Companies Accountable

Brindisi introduces bipartisan resolution to recognize addiction as a disease

Budd's resolution aims to end stigma, urge treatment of substance abuse

Cheap and powerful 'meth 2.0' is ravaging communities and slowly killing its victims

As Meth Use Surges, One Region Tries to Combat ‘The Pull’

For SF meth users, a sobering center is planned. What would that look like?

Redefining Addiction. Reimagining Solutions.

How to find good addiction treatment, according to experts

US Answer to Opioid Crisis May Lie in Revolutionary Programs of Europe’s ‘Heroin Capital’

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Helps Reintroduce Legislation to Combat the Opioid and Substance Use Epidemic

Sobriety Pays: DynamiCare Gamifies Staying Clean for Recovering Addicts

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Information about Dr. Earley's Office

Dr. Earley has a new office in Atlanta. The building is on 675 Seminole Avenue. He has joined his wife in her practice on Seminole. Dr. Earley's company, Earley Consultancy has been providing training, psychotherapy and consultation services for over 28 years. His wife Wanda Faurie, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with specialties in addiction treatment, couples work and Imago Relationship Therapy. 

front view 2 highland buildingEarley Consultancy, L.L.C.

Offices with Wanda Faurie, Ph.D.

The Highland Building

675 Seminole Ave., Suite 108

Atlanta, Georgia 30307

Free Parking is available on the street but is limited; you may need to park a block or more away. There is a paid parking lot directly across the street from the office.  At the front of the building is a key pad near the door. You must have the access code to get in the building, so make sure you get the building access code from us before you arrive! Once you are in the building, turn left, Suite 108 is on your left. Dr. Earley's practice voice line is 404-492-7669, fax is 855-344-7918.

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