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Doctor Beheshti Introduces Healing Path Recovery
Over the years of working with clients who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse, I have learned that a strong therapeutic environment and an effective support system are essential to achieving success in recovery. I therefore founded Healing Path Recovery in order to provide the supportive and therapeutic environment in which clients can feel accepted, understood, and not judged. In this environment we help clients work through the issues that contribute to their drug and alcohol abuse. I also personally evaluate every client for the possibility of an underlying psychiatric disorder, and work with each person to come up with a unique treatment plan for him or her. In addition I lead one group per week in which we talk about the medical aspects of mental health and addiction, as well as practice mindfulness and meditation techniques.
Many individuals go to in-patient rehabilitation centers for 30 to 90 days, and then attempt to go back to their daily lives while maintaining sobriety. Going from such a safe, secluded environment back to “real life” can be quite shocking and puts the person at risk for relapse. There are also those who do not have the means to go to in-patient rehabilitation, and have tried many times to quit drinking alcohol or doing drugs on their own. Healing Path Recovery is designed to help individuals in recovery by providing a structured environment that they can either join right away, or after completing an in-patient program. The structured setting requires clients to come to group meetings on a daily basis. Each daily group is designed to use a different approach to therapy, so that clients can gain exposure to different types of treatment. To maintain accountability, we perform random drug and alcohol testing on site. We highly encourage our clients to participate in a recovery program such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and alike in order to build in the foundation for long-term recovery.
At Healing Path Recovery we believe that alcohol and drug abuse and addiction are very complicated illnesses, not defects of character or poor moral values. We understand that each individual has inherent worth and value, and deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. Maintaining hope even in the most dire situations can often save a life, and we never give up on anyone regardless of their history. Our goal at Healing Path Recovery is to be of service to a community that needs and deserves compassion and sincere care.
If you suspect that you or someone you know may be suffering from alcoholism or drug abuse, feel free to contact us.