for Adolescents, Young Adults,
and Adults with Drug Abuse,
Addiction and Mental Health Issues
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The compassionate and understanding multidisciplinary team at Recovery Happens Counseling Services specialize in the outpatient and CD-IOP treatment of adolescents, young adults and adults with addiction and mental health issues. Our approach balances the traditional "chemical dependency" model with current developmental psychology and the emerging research from interpersonal neurobiology, affect dysregulation/regulation. This comprehensive view of addiction/mental health and development allows for a more multi-dimensional understanding of the issues being addressed which translates in to a more comprehensive treatment approach and empowering solutions for the client and their family. Our goal is not just helping the client become drug free, but to also become well at a deeper level. Being drug free is the first step on the road of wellness.
The treatment process involves individual, group and/or family counseling, along with multiple parent education classes and drug testing, etc.
Each session has a specific purpose in the structured process of decreasing denial and guiding a client toward recovery, affect regulation, healthier attachment experiences and wellness. It is recognized that almost all drug users begin treatment without the motivation to change. Our first task by working with them and the system around them is to help them develop a greater recognition of their problem, and to support a growing motivation for change and mental health. We enjoy working closely with other therapists, doctors, schools, programs, etc and hope to be a collaborative resource for you.
Our founder and clinical program director, Jon Daily LCSW, CADC II co-authored the 2006 book "How to Help Your Child Become Drug Free." Currently, he instructs a graduate school course on chemical dependency for the University of San Francisco. He has been an instructor for UC Davis and Sacramento County Probation. In addition to teaching, Jon has given multiple local and national television (The Today Show) and radio presentations regarding substance use issues.
As the recipient of the 1998 Youth Program Award by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, he was honored for his design and implementation of a intervention curriculum. In addition to training counselors, developing programs and counseling adolescents & young adults and their families, Jon provides presentations to schools, parent groups and community forums.
All of the clinicians at RHCS share the same knowledge base and operate in the same structured treatment model. We are proud to be a resource for the Dr. Phil Show and a community resource serving families of teens, adolescents and young adults with substance abuse and drug addiction in Sacramento, Fair Oaks, Carmichael, Folsom, Granite Bay, Roseville, Rocklin, Elk Grove, Davis, El Dorado Hills, Citrus Heights, Solano, Yolo county and other surrounding areas.
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