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Your best place to start in finding help and answers about addiction is with a free call to Truvida Recovery.

Alcohol Rehab in Orange County

Alcohol is one of the most accepted intoxicating substances in the world. In fact, 58% of the U.S. population regularly drinks, and an estimated 17% regularly binge drinks. Most of this drinking is seen as normal, even social, a necessary aspect of going out and having a good time with friends and family. But, what happens when it’s more than that? For the 6.2% of the U.S. population addicted to alcohol, drinking is life-changing and life-ruining. Alcohol-use disorder is a behavioral disorder impacting every aspect of the affected person’s life, health, and livelihood. And, for the 88,000 people who die of alcohol-related problems each year, life-ending.

We’re often taught to hide alcoholism and substance abuse. But, with 14.4 million U.S. adults suffering from alcohol use disorder, you’re not alone and there’s certainly nothing to be ashamed of. Millions of people struggle with the same problems. Unfortunately, only 19% of us ever go on to seek alcohol treatment. That’s heartbreaking, considering alcohol is one of the leading causes of preventable death and illness in the United States, and treatable using modern rehabilitation methods including behavioral therapy and counseling.

At TruVida Recovery, we know that alcohol use disorder is a complex, personal problem that requires persistence, customized care, and empathy to treat. At our Alcohol Detox Orange County center, we utilize licensed therapists and medical professionals as part of our alcohol rehab offered here in Orange County to ensure that every patient receives the best in evidence-based therapy. We focus on treating causes, so our patients can fully recover and get back to their lives. No one chooses to become addicted, but we offer the tools that allow you to choose to get sober.

Southern California Alcohol Rehab

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol use disorder, TruVida Recovery is here to help. Our Orange County alcohol rehab center offers medically supported detox and alcohol use disorder treatment utilizing a range of evidence-based therapies.

We focus on individual patient care, personalized treatment, and long-term solutions to ensure every patient has what they need to get sober and stay that way. And, our focus on individual patient care means that every patient has a unique experience, with one-on-one treatment, 1:1 staff/patient ratios, and detox and treatment programs customized to the individual. Everyone is unique, alcohol use disorder is complex and tied to personal experience, and treatment should be too.

Our alcohol rehab center in sunny Orange County, California is complete with medical detox facility, in-house rehab facilities, and amenities to ensure the comfort and safety of our patients during their stay. The weather is great, the locale is ideal for allowing you to relax and focus one recovery, and the beach is just a short drive away for off days and excursions. But, most importantly, it’s home to our team of dedicated medical and psychological health professionals, who are here to help our patients through every step of recovery.

Your Treatment Options at TruVida Recovery

Attending our Southern California alcohol rehab center means putting your health and your future in our hands. That’s why we offer a range of treatments and solutions designed to help every patient get the help they need. Our Orange county alcohol treatment center offers both residential and outpatient programs, incorporating the best in relevant science-based treatment.

Intensive Outpatient / Partial Hospitalization

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is held at our office in Orange County, where patients have access to our clinicians, therapists, and medical doctors. Treatment begins with either a preliminary bio-psycho-social assessment, followed by a custom program designed to help each patient make the most of our services. Patients typically attend counseling and therapy sessions for 4-5 hours per day, 5 days per week. They can otherwise go home, go to work, and attend to responsibilities, and continue daily life. Outpatient and partial hospitalization treatment options are ideal for individuals with lighter addictions, those who have already undergone residential treatment and want to transition back into daily life, and for anyone who needs treatment and who otherwise wouldn’t have the time or budget to seek it out. Intensive Outpatient treatment is effective for anyone not struggling with motivational issues.

Do you need help choosing which treatment option is right for you or your loved one? 

or email us at [email protected].

Residential

Residential treatment is conducted in-house at our Orange County alcohol rehab facility. Here, we offer intensive patient care, designed to ensure every patient has everything they need to fully recover. This begins during detox, when patients experience 1:1 patient/staff ratios, checkups, and monitoring by medical staff and trained psychologists. This ensures your alcohol recovery journey begins as smoothly as possible, with the least chance of a complex or traumatic detox phase as possible. From there, patients are moved into one of our residential rooms (Shared or private), where they have access to an intensive course of therapy, counseling, group therapy, complementary therapies, and medical attention. The residential alcohol rehab program is 6 days per week, 6 hours per day, and lasts 3-6 weeks depending on individual progression. Afterwards, we recommend that patients move into an intensive outpatient program.

Residential treatment allows patients to step away from stress and daily responsibilities during treatment. This means you can focus on recovery and not on life. And, it allows us the time and opportunity to monitor progression, responses to therapy, and results, so that we can offer a highly personalized alcohol rehab program.

While you likely have an idea of which treatment option you want to seek out, we will recommend solutions to you based on your initial assessment. You can also contact us at 877-228-1102 for a consultation and more information.

The Alcohol Treatment Process at our Orange County Alcohol Rehab

TruVida Recovery offers personalized care using science-based therapy and treatment. Our holistic approach focuses on using patient customization and assistance, low patient/staff ratios, and an empathetic approach to offer a unique experience to every patient in our care. Recovering from an alcohol use disorder is a long journey and with us, you begin it with dignity, support, and the best in behavioral therapy and counseling.

If you or a loved one is planning to attend alcohol rehab at TruVida recovery, it’s crucial you know what the process includes and why. The following process covers residential treatment programs at our Orange County alcohol rehab facility. Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs are nearly identical.

Admissions

You begin the admissions process by either calling us at (877) 228-1102 or using our Admissions Form. During this process, we ask for information such as your name, status, insurance, age, and contact details. We’ll help you verify that your insurance provider offers coverage, and may help you determine what they cover and what types of treatment they cover, so that you can make the best decision for treatment.

Pre-Admissions Screening

We’ll follow up on your initial admissions request with a pre-screening phone call. This typically takes 10-20 minutes and will include a request for personal information such as medical records. Please have them ready following your admissions application.

Intake

Intake includes a screening and admission to a room. Here, our standard rooms are shared with other patients. We recommend this option to offer you the most contact with your peers. However, private rooms are available at an additional charge. All residents are offered 3 meals per day, with accommodations for dietary needs and allergies, plus healthy snacks and drinks throughout the day.

Contact us to arrange travel plans or a courtesy pickup from nearby airports including John Wayne Airport, Long Beach Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario Airport, or San Diego International Airport. 

Detox

Most patients moving into our rehab facility will require detoxification. TruVida Recovery offers a full medically supervised alcohol detox program right in our Orange County medical facility. This includes 24/7 medical monitoring, psychological assessments, and support from our counselors and psychologist. Our goal is to ensure your physical and psychological comfort and safety, which is why we check up on you every 30 minutes during the first 48 hours of care, follow up with emotional support, and utilize a 1:1 patient/staff ratio. Your alcohol detox schedule will heavily depend on individual factors such as personal health, mental health, co-occurring disorders (dual diagnosis), and physiology. That’s why at our Alcohol Detox in Orange County, we move patients through detox at their own pace, ensuring that everyone has enough time to fully recover from physical alcohol dependence.

 

Most patients will experience the following alcohol detox timeline:

  • 2-12 Hours – Initial detox begins. Patients begin to experience physical discomfort such as sweating, shaking, headaches, and nausea. Early onset anxiety may also begin at this time.
  • 12-48 Hours – Alcohol withdrawal begins and symptoms worsen. Patients with a longer history of drinking, or who drink more, are more at risk, but everyone can experience seizures, hallucinations, tremors, and extreme agitation. It’s crucial that patients receive medical monitoring during this stage to reduce the risk of dangerous side-effects and to prevent harmful seizures, which is why we check up on patients every 30 minutes during this period.
  • 48+ Hours – Symptoms plateau or cease to worsen and slowly abate over 4-6 days until gone.
  • Plateau – Symptoms typically plateau after the first 48 hours and will slowly begin to abate over the next 4-6 days.

TruVida Recovery will design a personal detox schedule for each patient, determined by their bio, psychological, and physiological assessments. Factors usually include length of abuse, volume of abuse, personal health, and personal mental health. Some patients will need prescriptions to reduce side effects and risks such as seizures.

Detox is often traumatic for patients, so it’s important that you have access to trained therapists and psychologists who can help you. At TruVida, our caring and empathetic staff is here to help you every step of the way.

Alcohol Treatment

Following detox, you’ll be moved into residential treatment, where you’ll attend 6 hours of therapy and classes per day. We utilize individual therapy including CBT, EMDR, and DBT, individual counseling by a Certified AOD counselor, group therapy and counseling, group workshop and learning sessions, individual BioSound Bio Feedback Lounge Therapy, and much more. You’ll also have access to both 12-Step and SMART recovery meetings throughout. We want to ensure that the underlying causes behind your alcohol use disorder are solved, which is why we incorporate science-based therapies like motivational interviewing and CBT to change behavior patterns, rather than just treating symptoms.

Daily Life

Patients stay in alcohol rehab for 3-6 weeks depending on individual progression. You have one day off per week. You also have opportunities to participate in group events and entertainment in your free time throughout the week. This includes swimming, group games and exercises, group workshops, and weekly off-site activities. All meals are delivered by a trained chef in a group environment.

Aftercare

We believe that aftercare is a crucial element of any recovery program. If you step back into your life, you’re likely to step back into the same patterns that resulted in alcohol usage. That’s why we offer help moving into outpatient programs and sober homes, assistance with finding 12-Step and SMART groups to attend, and a full aftercare program to ensure your continued sobriety. It’s crucial to your recovery and it’s part of our service.

We accept a wide variety of different insurance plans.

Insurances We Accept.

Beacon HighMark Humana MultiPlan TriWest aetna BCBS Cigna ValueOptions HealthNet

Do you need help choosing which treatment option is right for you or your loved one? 

or email us at [email protected].

How is Alcohol Addiction Treated at TruVida Recovery?

TruVida Recovery is dedicated to providing the best in service and care to our patients. We invest in passionate, empathetic, licensed, and medically trained professionals who want to help. Our rehab programs consist of science-based care, with a history of effectiveness in treating alcohol use disorder.

To that extent, our treatment options include therapy, counseling, and complementary therapies. Every program is designed around the individual, offering the most freedom of choice and quality of care possible.

Personalized Treatment

We begin to learn about you, your medical history, and your history of alcohol abuse before you ever set foot in our Orange County rehab center. We use screenings, medical checkups, and assessments to review your history of alcohol abuse, personality, problems, trauma, mental health, physical health, triggers, and more, so we can build a personal treatment plan around you.

Behavioral Treatment

Behavioral therapy approaches alcohol use disorder from the approach that your behaviors are ultimately responsible for all your actions. These therapies focus on recognizing problematic behaviors resulting in addiction, finding and resolving root causes of those behaviors, and learning new and healthy behavior patterns to replace them. TruVida offers behavioral therapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Motivational Interviewing, Family Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Each of these therapies is delivered by a trained therapist or psychologist, licensed in delivering that therapy in a medical environment.

Behavioral therapy is delivered as individual therapy and as group therapy, with some sessions planned around the individual and others offered as part of our standard rehabilitation track. You will be asked to join and move into different sessions based on progression, problems, and any co-occurring disorders such as PTSD, family problems, etc. This allows us to offer the best quality care for all our patients, with room to support everyone.

Counseling

TruVida’s licensed psychiatrists offer group and individual counseling, with support for motivational coaching, self-esteem coaching, trauma and survival training, and tracts in overcoming addiction, managing cravings, relapse prevention, interpersonal relationships, and more. Counseling is designed to help you build skills and responses to aid in living your life alcohol free, which includes managing stress, jobs, family, relationships, and more.

Medical Monitoring and Treatment

TruVida is fully JCAHO accredited and staffed by licensed nurses and medical doctors. We are fully certified to use pharmacological treatments to help our patients recover. Most alcohol use disorder patients will follow a drug-free path to recovery, but you may be offered prescriptions to assist with seizures, risk of Delirium Tremens, or other particularly severe detox symptoms.

Christian Tract

It’s important that you have the spiritual and social support important for you and your beliefs. That’s why we offer a complete Christian Addiction Treatment Tract for patients wanting to integrate spirituality into their recovery. Patients on this tract can attend sermons at a nearby church and can attend regular 12-Step meetings.

If you want to know more, contact us at (877) 228-1102 or email us at [email protected].

 

We accept a wide variety of different insurance plans.

Insurances We Accept.

Beacon HighMark Humana MultiPlan TriWest aetna BCBS Cigna ValueOptions HealthNet

Getting Started with TruVida

If you or a loved one is ready to move into care, our Orange County alcohol rehab center offers everything you need to start your new, sober life. We offer the best in personalized, evidence-based care to ensure every patient has the best chance at recovery. We also offer assistance with insurance, free pickup from local airports, and free information at every step of the admissions process.

Insurance – TruVida Recovery accepts all major insurance providers. Your insurance provider is also required to cover alcohol rehab under the Affordable Care Act. Call us at (877) 228-1102 for assistance with verifying your insurance benefits.

Time off Work – You’re entitled to 12 weeks of unpaid medical leave from work under the Family and Medical Leave Act. You are also entitled to rehabilitation for a substance use disorder, including alcohol use disorder, under the ACA. You are not required to disclose the nature of your medical problem to your employer.

Getting treatment for an alcohol use disorder is a major step, and the single most important one in your path to recovery. If you or a loved one is struggling, we can help. Our beautiful Orange County rehab center is waiting with open doors and open hearts to offer the evidence-based care, psychological treatment, and consistent support needed to quit drinking and start living.

 Contact us today at (877) 228-1102

Dr. Venice Sanchez

Ph.D., LMFT

Clinical Outreach Specialist, Europe Division

Dr. Sanchez works closely with Truvida Recovery patients regarding substance abuse and related mental illnesses and creates a supportive, cooperative and informed therapeutic environment. Her areas of expertise include Substance Dependence, Dual Diagnosis, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Generalized anxiety disorder, Panic Disorder, Bereavement, Acute stress disorder, and more. Ms Sanchez has extensive training with experts in the field of Substance Abuse, and mood and thought disorders underlying the substance use. She received a Bachelor’s degree from University of California, Los Angeles and Medical Degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She continues training at the UC Irvine Psychiatry Residency Program and has been recognized with the Outstanding Resident of the Year Award.

Jaime Askew

LMFT, LPCC

Clinical Director

Ms. Askew is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has been working in the field treating substance abuse and mental health issues for over twenty years.  She obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, & Child Counseling from Pepperdine University and was among the first to obtain the LPCC license in the state of California.  She has been providing clinical supervision and training to interns, conducting workshops, and is a certified Trauma therapy trainer.  Her areas of expertise include working with legal issues, court ordered treatment, family preservation, trauma therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, family systems, social skills training, play therapy, and career/ vocational counseling.  Her passion is in advocating for at risk populations, holistic healing, and treating the underlying, core issues to help individuals achieve their maximum potential and happiness.  Jaime’s extensive experience and passionate leadership is of extreme importance to the overall TruVida clinical program, and her hands-on guidance of our clinical team insures that each patient is receiving optimal therapeutic treatment and care.

John Biroc

Consulting Psychologist

Dr. Biroc has a broad base of mental health and addiction recovery training and experience. He has supervised and taught therapists in various methodologies of effectively working with groups and individuals during therapy. He created and set up new group structures and trained staff in understanding the challenges of addiction recovery. He also helped develop curricula in Sociodrama and Psychodrama. Dr. Biroc is devoted to breaking paradigms that prevent progress in the path to lasting recovery. He is a member of the Nat’l Association of Marriage and Family therapists, and has a Ph.D. degree in Psychology, and a M.S. degree in Counseling from USC.

Dr. Nader Siahdohoni

Consulting Psychologist

Ph.D.

Dr. Nader is one our esteemed consulting Psychologists who provides our Clients with various breakthrough therapy’s that focus the functional systems including neurons, neurotransmitters, and certain brain waves that enable the way we think, behave, move, feel, and maintain homeostasis. Such therapy’s include NeuroMax neurofeedback, the state of art integrated technology in Neurofeedback, combinations of wireless Electroencephalogram (EEG), real time brain mapping and a unique and exceptional neuropathway therapy called “Visual Concentration Attention Therapy (VCAT)”. Dr Nader graduated from Walden University.

Tiffany Agra

Therapist

LMFT #103693

Ms. Agra is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, who has been working with individuals, couples, families, and groups for the past seven years. Her other therapeutic approaches include Narrative Therapy, Family Systems Theory, Psychodynamic dream interpretation, and Gestalt Psychology. She has also been a Guest Speaker at other organizations. This unique background has made her effective at helping clients overcome the grip of substance addiction. Tiffany obtained two Bachelor’s degrees from the University of California, Davis, and her Master’s degree from the California State University, Long Beach. She has worked for both the county of Orange and Riverside, helping those who struggle with addiction and mental illness. In addition to providing evidenced-based approaches to the clinical program at Truvida Recovery, she brings her compassion as a fellow addict in recovery; living proof that we do get better!

Deborah Wieland

Therapist

MS, LMFT #96864

Ms. Wieland is an Eclectic EMDR Therapist, using R-TEP and G-TEP, and specializes in several modalities in treating Substance Use issues, Dual Diagnosis, Complex Trauma, and Severe Mental illness. Deborah also provides several types of therapy such as Psychodynamic, Rogerian, CBT, DBT, IFS, PICT, MI, Grief Recovery, Sand Tray, and Attachment Theory to help her patients achieve mental wellness and a sober lifestyle.

She has worked with Psychiatric Hospitals providing crisis interventions and psychotherapy to those struggling with substance abuse issues, mental health issues, and domestic violence. She completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at Vanguard University of Southern California. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology. She is currently completing her Doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Cal Southern University. Deborah is an active member of EMDRIA, California Association Marriage Family Therapist (CAMFT), American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), and Psi Chi International Honors Society of Psychology.

Ashley McLaughlin

LMFT Therapist

Ms. McLaughlin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in EMDR therapy. She brings over ten years of experience working in the field of addiction to the Truvida Team. She obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University and has two Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Economics from University of California, San Diego. Ms. McLaughlin was trained in EMDR in 2013 and since has been helping individuals process through past traumatic experiences that have contributed to current struggles with substance abuse and mental health symptoms. Her extensive experience and passion for this field has helped guide individuals through the process of recovery in order to experience freedom from their past and a hope for their future.

Travis Taylor

Therapist

LMFT

Mr. Taylor is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in  Drug Abuse & Addiction,  PTSD, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Dual Diagnosis. Taylor uses an integrative approach geared towards understanding self, specifically what drives one’s thoughts and behaviors. He excels in helping patients identify automatic thoughts that lead to specific feelings and undesired actions. Another useful approach stems from understanding how thoughts and behaviors are fueled by former messages that have been consistently reinforced. Travis has over 6 years of therapeutic practice and obtained a Master’s degree at Vanguard University.

Kat Johnson

AOD Counselor, Group Facilitator

With almost 10 years experience working at treatment centers, Kat Johnson shares her wisdom and passion for balanced living, creative writing, and meditation and how each plays a role in early recovery and beyond. Certified as a CADC II, and supported by a bachelors in psychology, Kat’s infectious energy brings her groups to life. She is grateful for every opportunity to spread health and wellness.

Emily Mayot

LCSW Therapist

Ms. Mayot is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in anxiety, depression, transitions, trauma, grief/loss and substance abuse. She has earned a bachelor in psychology from Cal State University Fullerton, and a master in social work at University of Southern California (USC). Emily has been trained in but not limited to CBT, CPT, Motivational Interviewing, and EMDR. Her experience stems from inpatient treatment centers, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and outpatient community mental health.

Her style is compassionate, non-judgmental, down-to-earth, flexible and organized. The approach she takes is to meet you where you are at in the present moment and time. This creates more understanding and a strong collaboration in creating/accomplishing goals.

Lesley Richards

AOD Counselor, Interventionist

Ms. Richards began in this field of healthcare as a volunteer for substance abuse treatment centers and worked her way up from there. Lesley has dedicated her life to helping the suffering addict. It is her strong belief that everyone deserves to have the opportunity to have a safe and sober life.  She is very compassionate about her work as an addiction counselor, and has a strong commitment in helping patients struggling with addiction in developing healthy coping mechanisms, and developing new positive behavioral habits.  Her Group counseling sessions are highly sought after within the TruVida program.  Lesley is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), National Certified Intervention Professional (NCIP), Nationally Certified Recovery Coach (NCRC), and is a member of the California Consortium of Addiction programs (CCAP), as well as the International Association of Addiction Professionals.

Christine Green

Treatment Facilitator

Christine Green is a certified personal trainer, and yoga instructor. Ms. Green is dedicated to helping patients struggling with substance abuse transform their lives through a consciousness-based approach to body-in-motion fitness.

Christine passionately shares her 18 years experience with our clients by sharing her specialized Yoga & Energy Healing Program, which she has developed over the past 8 years of working directly with addicts and alcoholics. Her Yoga program facilitates integration of all the layers of life – environmental, physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual with the primary initial goal of overcoming withdrawal symptoms and cravings from drug and alcohol dependency. TruVida is fortunate to have her as part of the team.

Allison Goode

Art in Recovery Counselor

Allison Goode is a lifelong resident of Laguna Beach and professional artist for over 15 years, and has developed a very successful and trans-formative Art in Recovery program in treatment facilities through out California. Her passion for the fine arts and helping others recover from substance abuse addiction is contagious. Allison has a unique ability to connect with clients through the creative process helping clients set positive goals for their recovery. Ms. Goode has studied Fine Art and Graphic Design at Laguna College of Art and Design, is a certified RADT1 technician, and is currently completing her CCAPP certification program.

Thomas Mladinich

Admissions Manager

Mr. Mladinich’s hard work ethic and dedication make him a key part of the TruVida team. Tom’s ability to connect and relate with others have allowed him to excel as admissions manager. His personal experience has allowed him to proudly serve those in need of recovery from addiction. Tom is eager to work with our clients and provide the experience, strength and hope that they need to find success in recovery.

Willie Sanchez

Operations Manager

Mr. Sanchez is a self-motivated professional with a positive attitude. He is actively involved in a 12 step fellowship. He effectively contributes to each Patient with their struggles with addiction. Willie is RADT1 certified counselor and has been educated at Long Beach City College.

Jose Flores

Program Manager

Mr. Flores is a highly motivated and hardworking team member with TruVida. He has several years of experience working in treatment helping individuals get back on track, achieving a lot of great results. He brings problem solving skills and experience to use everyday, and is proud and passionate about his profession as a RADT-I program manager.

Dr. Venice Sanchez

Psychiatrist, M.D.

Medical Director

Dr. Sanchez  is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and Addiction Medicine specialist. Her main goal is to help her patients work towards regaining control over their lives and over their struggles with mood and thought imbalances and addiction. She treats many psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, adhd, and specializes in Detox and Rehab Care, Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, PTSD. It is important for Dr. Sanchez to educate her patients regarding their illness and discuss all treatment options in order to create cooperative and informed therapeutic  environment.

Sound Bath Therapy

Truvida’s sound bath treatment is a very effective experiential therapy that uplifts one’s body, mind and soul. Our certified Sound Healer plays crystal singing bowls as well as the gongs to stimulate various chakra centers.

For more than 50,000 years, sound has been used to heal, and motivate the human soul.  During a sound bath or sound healing session, one’s brain waves & breathing become regulated and synchronized, producing a deep sense of peace & well being. Bathing in sacred sound allows us to powerfully resonate with frequencies that allow us to balance & heal on all levels.

Sound therapy allows professionals to tackle addiction at a brainwave level, thus making it much easier for patients to achieve a meditative state and come to terms with their problems. Sound Therapy redresses imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and plays a positive and powerful role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.

Substance Abuse can also lead to the development of a co-occurring condition (or vice versa) and cleansing the body of a substance isn’t always enough for a complete and lasting recovery. Patients must also address the physiological and emotional issues that may have led to the destructive behavior in the first place.

Evidence shows that the outcomes of sound therapy are extremely positive and beneficial to patients’ behavior, especially when doctors pair them with other scientific methods, such as individual therapy, behavioral therapy, and so on.

Natural Benefits Of Sound Therapy:

TruVida’s Sound Therapy is performed by Andrew Hubbard who is a certified Sound Bath practitioner and conducted multiple college level studies in Sound Therapy and Music theory.

Robert (Bobby) Nicholl

Admissions and Interventions

Bobby has spent over 15 years in the development and operations of several residential treatment centers in California. He is a Certified National Drug & Alcohol Interventionist, as well as a Registered Addiction Specialist. Mr. Nicholl is personally involved in Celebrate Recovery at Saddleback Church, Lake Forest, California. He says, “It’s the best thing that’s ever happened to him.” As Bobby says: “I’ve recently learned what really matters the most in life: God, my relationships, and my integrity. There is nothing more important!”

“If you have a hole in your life and your very inner being (your soul) feels empty and hungry? Then welcome, to Celebrate Hope, you’re at the right place for healing and restoration of mind, body, and spirit; we will provide you with a dignified setting and surround you with loving people. You’re going to get everything you need and even some of your wants while Celebrating Hope. Everywhere you look you’re surrounded by people who believe in you and believe you have what it takes to recover, heal, and be WHOLE. We believe in and love you because He (God) first believed in and loved us.” From day one, Bobby has focused treatment services on “What is in the best interest of the client?” With that in mind, the treatment team develops individualized treatment plans with each client’s specific needs in mind.

Charlie Grooms

Christian Pastor

Pastor Charlie leads our Christ – centered addiction treatment program dealing with men and women who are seeking restoration from drug and alcohol addiction through our Lord Jesus Christ. Our program is based entirely on the Word of God, the Bible, and all counsel originates from it. Our experience has been that with a solid grounding in the Bible and good Christian living skills, numerous men and women have been able to become productive, vital members of their community. Our primary focus is to establish, or strengthen, a relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus is the only way to experience true freedom from the bondage of the sin of addiction

Charlie is originally from Columbus, Ohio where he attended a Christian college and then traveled across the country to California to continue his education at Bethel School of Ministry and graduated in 2015. Charlie has conducted interviews with TBN and other nation wide radio stations.

Michael Rosales

Case Manager – Christian Minister

Bio coming soon!

Dr. Ryan Wright

Psychiatrist, M.D.

Dr. Wright is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and a Board Certified Addiction Medicine Specialist currently practicing in Newport Beach, CA. He provides general psychiatric services for adult patients who are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, or thought disorders. For every new patient, Dr. Wright provides a comprehensive initial psychiatric assessment, and offers subsequent mental health treatment including medication management and individual psychotherapy.

Kim Brassett

LMFT Therapist

Ms. Kim Brassett is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She brings over 7 years of experience to the Truvida Team, and is EMDR Therapist. Her style is warm, supportive & positive and her philosophy is healing happens when the therapeutic relationship is collaborative, honest, compassionate, respectful and caring. She comes from a place of personal experience and a genuine desire to help make a significant improvement in the lives of the people with whom she works with. She provides a unique therapeutic approach to treat a wide variety of conditions including addiction & recovery, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, sexual abuse, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues and life transitions. Kim works with clients from various cultures and backgrounds as well as all ages, and strives to create a supportive, safe environment where one can share their experiences, emotions, challenges.

Leah Dean

LMFT Therapist

Ms. Leah Dean is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is Certified in Dual Disorders. She brings over ten years of experience to the TruVida Team. Her therapies concentrate on Drug and Alcohol abuse/use, grief and loss, blended families, Dual Diagnosis, divorce recovery, Parent/Child Conflicts, grief and loss, interpersonal relationships, stress management, and Gay & Lesbian issues. Her goal it that each of her clients enrich their personal and relational growth as well as enhance their emotional healing. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and believes that mind, body and spirit are essential components to healing. Her Psychotherapy provides the ceremonial time/space for honoring one’s movement thru important life passages. Leah utilize the 12-Step program/concepts to help deal with the difficult issues of drug and alcohol abuse/use, and incorporates spirituality as well as self actualization, and mindlfullness.