Westlake Village, California (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Southern California’s The Lakehouse Recovery Center, located in Westlake Village, announced the integration of cutting-edge chemical dependency recovery services into its acclaimed inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program. The announcement represents the ongoing collaboration with Dr. Kevin Fleming of Grey Matters International, an organization providing cutting-edge recovery solutions using advanced neuroscience applications.
In their commitment to improving success rates, The Lakehouse has long sought a unique and effective approach for those struggling with substance abuse issues. Given the unfortunately high rate of relapse prevalent at most standard facilities, the objective entails creating an overall improved quality of living thereby reducing the probability for relapse. This remains the driving element behind the collaboration.
Says The Lakehouse Executive Director, Stuart Birnbaum, “Our historically unique approach has seen improved long-term recovery success rates over industry standards. The integration of Dr. Fleming’s advanced clinical solutions essentially turbo charges the probability for success.”
The collaboration merges The Lakehouse’s customized residential treatment setting with Grey Matters International’s array of neuroscience-based processes that, by many personal accounts, has achieved dramatic results among past clients. Dr. Fleming’s services have gained worldwide acclaim, garnering the attention of Bill Bartman, Deepak Chopra, CNN, The Today Show and many others. The company has, until now, been somewhat limited to a scope of highly privatized services. The new partnership affords those in need of structured residential treatment with the opportunity to experience neuroscience therapies not yet introduced industrywide.
Responding to the inordinately high rate of relapse common to the traditional drug rehab model, states Dr. Fleming, “The world doesn't need 'another rehab' but rather professionals in the field who are constantly willing to think about their own thinking and question what they believe is true about how they practice helping others in need. I am excited about this partnership for it represents our mutual assumptive-busting ways around what it means to truly facilitate change in another person.”
The Lakehouse Recovery Center first launched in 2005, and has remained among the very few Southern California facilities employing neuroscience-based protocols. The program is tailored for those struggling with drug addiction, alcoholism and related clinical issues. Additional services include intervention, detox, case management, private sober coaching and more. Says Birnbaum in closing, “This latest enhancement is something that remains unseen within the scope of residential substance abuse treatment. We’re as excited to be working with Dr. Fleming as we are to be further improving the lives of our current and future clients.”
Though this marks the evolution in overall service, The Lakehouse will continue offering previously available services. For more information their trained staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (877) 762-3707. Information is also available online at http://www.lakehouserecoverycenter.com.