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The Front Range LLC
Bryan Johnson
National Interventionist Established 2008
Asheville NC  Chicago IL

Intervention; Family Recovery Coaching, Exec Recovery Coaching & Consulting

Our Specialities

ADHD | Addiction | Anger Management | Behavioral Issues | Child or Adolescent | Coping Skills | Divorce | Domestic Abuse | Grief | Infidelity | Life Transitions | Marital and Premarital | Parenting | Peer Relationships | Relationship Issues | Self Esteem | Stress | Teen Violence | Transgender/Sexuality | Trauma | Phobias of Fears | Major Life Changes | Sexual Abuse

Therapy Sessions

Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy or usually just "therapy," is a form of treatment aimed at relieving emotional distress and mental health problems. Provided by any of a variety of trained professionals—psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, or licensed counselors—it involves examining and gaining insight into life choices and difficulties faced by individuals, couples, or families. Therapy sessions refer to structured meetings between a licensed provider and a client with a goal of improving some aspect of their life. Psychotherapy encompasses many types of treatment and is practiced by a range of clinicians using a variety of strategies. The critical aspect is that the client or patient works collaboratively with the therapist and can identify improvement and positive change over time.

Most therapies in wide use have been well-tested and deemed effective. Though it may at first feel difficult to seek out therapy—especially for those of low-income or without comprehensive insurance—the benefits of successful therapy are literally life-changing.


When someone is addicted to alcohol or drugs, the immediate and systemic negative effects are not just felt by the substance user. Addiction inevitably affects those closest to the substance user and can be equally devastating to the family members and their quality of life.

Families, often in uncharted territory, begin the coping process with maladaptive thoughts and strategies. The addicted loved one seeks to manipulate and mold the family into a counterproductive mechanism that provides comfort to the substance user while sowing confusion, anger, and uncertainty within the family.  

The process of intervention seeks to help families understand why they have waited as long as they have before trying something different. Substance users are almost never able to manage their addiction on their own.

Recovery Coaching

A Peer Recovery Coach (PRC) is a nonclinical professional that has lived experience with addiction and engages, educates and supports an individual to successfully recover from mental and/or substance use disorders. Peer Recovery Coaches incorporate a range of evidence-based practices including peer recovery support, motivational interviewing, and strengths-based case management to mobilize the patient’s strengths in service to their goals for recovery. PRCs work with patients to develop Recovery Case Management Plans that address unmet needs for transportation, housing, nutrition, income supports, medical care, legal assistance, personal safety, emotional support, and other factors affecting the patient’s health, well-being, and ability to engage in and remain in outpatient MAT.

Kayak & Tube 


We offer watersport equipment rentals for up to one week. Prices vary by length of rental.  All vessels come with paddles and jackets included in the price.  Customers renting equipment are expected to properly load, strap, and safely transport gear by yourself.  Straps are not included in the rental.  All rentals must be returned to the location from which they are rented during business hours.

Equipment Available:

  • Single Sit-On-Top Kayak

  • Tandem Sit-On-Top Kaya

  • Tube Rental (seasonal)

  • PFDs (Personal Flotation Device)

  • Kayak Skirts

  • Paddles

  • Helmets

  • Dry Gear

Our Approach

We acknowledge the profound impact of mental illness on individuals and their loved ones. No one should have to endure the burden of untreated mental health conditions, which can strain relationships and hinder overall well-being. Mental illness is a genuine and debilitating condition, and our mission is to help you overcome it and regain a fulfilling and balanced life.

The Front Range is a behavioral health and therapeutic consulting practice with offices in Asheville NC & Chicago Illinois. One hour commute to Asheville Regional, Charlotte International & Greenville/ Spartanburg Airports from Asheville Office.


We provide, family recovery coaching, executive recovery coaching, interventions,and educational/therapeutic consulting services to those suffering from substance use and other mental health disorders. Our mission is to offer expert concierge level support to families to ensure that those who need our services benefit from our 20 years of experience in treating and working with individuals and families suffering with complex substance use disorders and mental illness.


Family Cycling in Woods
Our Vision

What’s your intention?

Our vision of optimum when it comes to our business is a vision of you.  A self-actualized you.  A prouder, stronger, more thoughtful and more joyful you.  It's you with a little more curiosity, excitement, patience and humbleness, it's you, new and improved.  Not like you aren't already wonderful, with all your quirks and kinks but it's that you who looked at you and said, "let's make this even better big you" and joyfully got along with the process. 

Getting Help

Recognizing the unique needs of each person and their situation, The Front Range group of professionals  combines holistic practices with traditional psychological methodology to craft a course of health & healing that embraces the whole of the body, mind & spirit. Click the heart to learn how we can help you!




Young Adults


Addiction Recovery


Exec Recovery

Parent Coaching

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