What We Treat

Our team at Avery Lane strives to address all underlying issues contributing to substance abuse issues to support in Whole Being Recovery. Most of our clients come to Avery Lane seeking a safe and small environment with other women struggling with similar issues such as substance abuse or dependency, co-occurring or mental health disorders, trauma and abuse, grief and loss, body-image issues, co-dependency, stress, identity issues, self-esteem/self-image issues, relationship issues, self-harm, suicidality, loneliness, and hopelessness.

WHAT WE TREAT

Substance abuse

Alcohol and Drug Abuse

As a primary substance abuse treatment program, all clients admitting in our program have an abuse or dependency issue with alcohol and/ or drugs both prescription and recreational. Most of our clients use substances as a way to self-medicate or as a coping skill.

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Addiction rarely occurs in isolation. Many individuals struggling with substance abuse also suffer from a co-occurring, dual-diagnosis, or underlying mental health condition. At Avery Lane, we address all underlying conditions and concerns related to substance abuse.

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PTSD and Trauma

The correlation between trauma and substance addiction in women is being increasingly recognized. The large majority of women addicted to alcohol or drugs report some sort of significant violent traumatic incident in their past, usually in the form of physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional or verbal abuse.

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Grief and Loss

Grief can be triggered by many events in life. People often associate grief with the death of a loved one, but grief can occur whenever something important is lost. Divorce, the loss of a job, or having to give up a life-long dream can all affect us dramatically. Even smaller events can trigger less intense feelings of grief.

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Summer Lan Franco
MA, MFT-t, Primary Therapist

Summer Lan Franco loves working with people to facilitate recovery from substance use disorders, disordered eating, mental health issues and complex trauma. She earned her BS in Nutrition and Food Science from California State University Chico and MS in Counseling Psychology from Dominican University of California. She has worked in community-based and private practice settings. Her approach is personable and sincere. Summer believes in helping people rediscover their true selves by uncovering barriers that stand in the way. Her warmth and earnest interest in others’ wellbeing are always present in the work she does with people seeking help. She has experience with trauma recovery, substance abuse recovery, codependency, family issues, disordered eating, treatment for anxiety and depression, and working with personality disorders.

Alaina Dunér
Office Manager, Sound Healing Group Facilitator, Reiki Master

Alaina Dunér is a Sonoma County native. She studied sociology and outdoor adventure programming for two years at Loyola University of New Orleans and Warren Wilson College. In 2016 Alaina was on a recreational skydive and had a crash landing that resulted in her fracturing multiple vertebrae in her spine. Since her accident, Alaina has emersed herself in understanding the nuances and complexities of health and spirituality. She is passionate about supporting clients through Reiki and Sound. Since taking a pause from university, Alaina has become a certified Reiki Master Teacher in the Tibetan Usui system, an Ayurvedic yoga instructor, a health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and a trauma informed sound facilitator. At the end of 2022 Alaina will attend Southern Utah University to complete her bachelor’s in aerospace and aviation with an emphasis on rotary flight.