North Carolina Women's Retreat is Alive and Well

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Holly Branch Retreat for Women's Mental Health surprises its creators by not only opening 4 weeks early in 2012, but it continues to flourish with a full demand for the niche that Dr. Kavanaugh has created; in a recent interview, Dr. Kavanaugh states that she is very pleased to provide an alternative to treatment beyond inpatient hospitalization or insurance confined outpatient treatment. "So far, the retreat is showing that there is a strong demand for this type of service."

Fills a void in the Mental Health System treatment that exists today.

Holly Branch Retreat was designed for high functioning women across all sectors who need privacy and an opportunity to assist with diagnosis and clinical treatment coordination with other providers of service such as therapists, Primary Care doctors and/or Psychiatrists. Women who come to the retreat have usually relied on traditional forms of treatment and are looking for a cost-effective, innovative, treatment intensive experience that fits into their lifestyle demands. The success of the first six months has fueled the drive to continue to build on their treatment concept. In this hard economic time, Dr. Kavanaugh created an affordable and lifestyle conducive treatment base that ranges from 5 to 14 day retreats.

Women need an intensive therapy and relaxation opportunity to start healing at a more rapid rate and cannot afford to lose job positions or be away from their families for extended periods of time. Dr. Kavanaugh states as an 18 year practicing clinical Psychologist "I am thrilled that this format is not only convenient it uses a strong clinical base, and fills a void in the Mental Health System treatment that exists today. Holly Branch founders are continuing to launch service to ladies across the country. Future plans involve expanding their services in different geographical locations. For more information go to Members of the media may contact Bill at 704 787-4272 for further information or assistance.

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