The Giving Tree Treatment Center in Los Angeles Opens its Doors Providing Mindful Detoxification Services With a Highly Personalized Level Of Care

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 General News
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Customized Programs include EMDR, CBT, DBT, holistic healing and wellness, nutritional counseling along with couples and kosher recovery.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Giving Tree Treatment Center in Studio

City, CA, has opened its doors providing a safe haven for those struggling with addiction and substance abuse offering a highly personalized level of care. The mindful detoxification services are customized giving people the opportunity to explore proven addiction treatment methods and progressive therapies beneficial to personal growth and recovery. The spacious family setting is instrumental in offering clients the courage to start over, and this starts from the moment they walk in the door. https://givingtreetc.com/

CEO and Owner, Sabrina Acatrinei, is a certified Alcohol Drug Counselor with over 13 years of experience in the field with a BA in Social Work. "My passion for this field came at a young age when a close friend of mine overdosed. I knew then my life would be dedicated to helping others find solace in sobriety. I want people to know they are not alone and we are in this together."

The Giving Tree Treatment Center is a sub-acute detox facility that monitors and observes patients. Its program includes: Eye Movement Therapy (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Eco-Therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, interventions, 12 step facilitation therapy and family behavior therapy. Wellness is an important aspect to recovery and there are many ways to participate including Reiki, yoga, daily journaling sessions, nutritional counseling, health education, outings, along with life skills to assist in relapse prevention. The on-site chef creates options for vegans, and for those who are glutton and dairy free. The Giving Tree also works with those in search of a Kosher recovery, along with couples and pregnant women seeking treatment.

"There is nothing cookie cutter at The Giving Tree," noted Acatrinei. "We believe the most important relationship is being honest with one's self. We want each person to know they have an opportunity to find purpose in their story---and each person we encounter is valuable to the growth of ourselves and of others."

The Giving Tree's gifted team of experts includes: Max Karimbeik, Clinical Director, has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and 5000 (out of 3000) clinical internship hours which underscores his belief there is no "one size fits all" in therapy. Sina Meshkinpour is an experienced group facilitator with a profound ability to connect with clients, L.V.N. Sara Johnson's 20 year background in the medical field was expanded when she began working with adolescents struggling with addiction in 2010. Bruce Stark, MD and Doctor of Internal Medicine has 20 years of experience in the medical field with a belief in a holistic, compassionate approach, along with resident healer (Ginger) who studied in India, and practices Reiki, meditation, and other holistic practices.

For images, interviews, or more press information, please contact Elizabeth Johnson @ 213-713-4865 / elizabeth (at) mwebbcom (dot) com

About The Giving Tree: The Giving Tree is the first step for those who are seeking help in breaking drug and alcohol addiction. The substance abuse detox is based on proven addiction treatment methods, including strategies and principles that encourage the quality of life. It is through The Giving Tree's addiction treatment professionals and counselors that our experience and expertise with each client will help encourage trust and the values associated with the addiction recovery process. All of The Giving Tree staff is highly trained to maintain ethical boundaries and extreme confidentiality at all times.

 

SOURCE The Giving Tree



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