Recovery for alcohol and drugs must focus beyond no longer drinking or using other substances. The ultimate goal is creating a way of life and thinking that creates a sense of resilience and hope in our clients in their recovery journey, while continueing through life.
Currently, nearly 14 million Americans—1 in every 13 adults—abuse alcohol or are alcoholic.
—From the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Alcoholism is a chronic disease, and it lasts a person’s lifetime. While there is no cure, there is treatment for the prevention against alcohol relapse. Addiction treatment is a complex process, and there is no single solution that fits every person’s needs.
At WPHC we are trained in many different modalities to provide integrated, simultaneous treatment for each person’s particular issues. Clinically expert and personally compassionate, expect nothing less from your treatment team!
EMDR AND ADDICTION
NEUROFEEDBACK AND ADDICTION
To see an inpatient treatment center that is using NFT and how they feel that it is affecting their ability to increase resilency!
UNDERSTANDING MORE ON ADDICTION
Ryan was trained in addictions through Texas Tech University’s Center for Addiction Study. Ryan has been working in the field of substance since 2002. Ryan has provided treatment services through inpatient treatment settings, court ordered specialized treatment programs, intensive outpatient treatment programs, group therapy, and individual treatment. Ryan has worked with numerous individuals able to have greater sense of awareness and perspective, thus creating a stronger sense of hope for sober living.
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