Drew Frazier developed a passion for mental health as a result of his own personal and family struggles with mental health and substance use disorder. He set off on the road toward healing and recovery early in college. Along the way, Drew found the hope and support he needed through counseling and personal spirituality. Those positive therapeutic experiences both challenged and encouraged Drew to pursue a career in a profession that would allow him to help others who were struggling the way he did.
Drew attended Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he received both his Bachelor of Arts in biblical and theological studies and his Master of Science in mental health counseling. He has a passion for working with clients who struggle with substance use disorder and other issues. His career as a therapist and clinician has extended through the nonprofit sector. Drew even has experience working in several private addiction treatment centers.
Like his peers, Drew strives to help others work through their unresolved trauma by incorporating a positive, spiritually-sensitive, strengths- and skills-based approach to treating substance use disorder and other mental health issues. As such, Drew has extensive training and experience in trauma-focused therapies, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and other alternative and integrative therapies.
As the Primary Therapist at WAVE Medically Assisted Therapy, Drew is committed to supporting those who are dedicated to their recovery. His primary objective is to teach valuable coping skills, identify significant obstacles and hang-ups, and help his clients process the unresolved trauma and grief that led to, maintains, or stems from their substance use. His goal is to ensure the best possible chances of longterm recovery and lifelong sobriety for his clients.