Work Addiction Treatment
Work addiction treatment is fairly limited to support groups, both in person and online, namely Workaholics Anonymous. This 12 step group operates according to the guidelines set out by Alcoholics Anonymous, including group meetings, the expectation of anonymity, and the strong suggestion that members work the 12 steps adopted from AA and tweaked to serve behaviors associated with overworking.
Since those people addicted to work are driven by underlying emotional issues and characterized by compulsive behaviors, anyone who feels they might be a workaholic can seek work addiction treatment from a variety of therapists, psychologists or trained and certified mental health professionals. A specialist in work addiction or workaholics is not only unnecessary, but may be a bit difficult to find.