Alysha Rechlicz is one of the counselors here at Heartland Recovery Center. Alysha is a native to Chesterton, Indiana and graduated from Chesterton High School. Alysha’s initial career choice after high school was to become a teacher. However, due to unfortunate life circumstances, which includes the death of her grandfather, Alysha began a downward spiral of active addiction forcing her life in a different direction. Realizing that her life needed to change she sought recovery. After entering in her recovery, Alysha realized something was missing from her life became actively involved in the recovery community.
Alysha holds a degree in psychology from Purdue University North Central and is also ACIT certified. Alysha works with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, unresolved emotional pain, self-esteem/self-empowerment, grief and loss, and relationship/family concerns. Alysha also has a passion for LGBTQ issues and is an active voice for the LGBTQ community.
Alysha’s new life goal was to become a substance-abuse counselor in order help others struggling with addiction. Alysha is extremely passionate about the work she does at Heartland Recovery Center. Alysha’s warm disposition helps clients feel comfortable during a painful time in their lives. Literature states that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live. There is hope and everyone deserves a chance at a new life.