StepHouse Recovery Launches New Behavioral Bootcamp Program

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The pilot program aims to transform the behavior of enrollees through a comprehensive, structured treatment model.

StepHouse Recovery Center, Fountain Valley

StepHouse Recovery Center, Fountain Valley

"Most individuals function more effectively under the right set of consequences in a structured atmosphere. Our mission is to provide an environment where our clients can overcome their issues and excel in life."

StepHouse Recovery, a Fountain Valley-based addiction and eating disorder rehabilitation facility, has recently announced the rollout of its behavioral modification program, which offers a continuum of care for those struggling with behavioral and/or emotional issues within their homes, schools or workplace environments. The goal of the treatment unit is to transform those enrolled into mature and disciplined adults by replacing negative behaviors with positive ones, and by allowing them to understand the outcomes of their choices, as well as the benefits of prosocial behaviors.

"These behaviors may cause pain and wreak havoc for everyone involved, but they are often signs that someone needs help in dealing with stress, inner conflicts and growing pains," said George Vilagut, Founder and CEO of StepHouse Recovery." Unless we've ruled out certain mood or mental health disorders, such as depression or ADHD, most individuals function more effectively under the right set of consequences in a structured atmosphere. Our mission is to provide an environment where our clients can overcome their issues and excel in life."

The program takes a holistic, multi-systemic approach to behavior modification, taking into account the person's family life, living environment and community, among other essential factors, when vetting behaviors and mindsets to be targeted for intervention and change. Treatments include elements of moral education, social problem solving, effective communication models and reality therapy.

"We use a combination of counseling, education, disciplinary procedures and positive reinforcement to help change and address the often detrimental belief system from which the behavior originates," says Program Manager Christina Ramirez. "If we change the way someone thinks or how they perceive problems, we in turn affect the way he or she interacts with other people and experiences in everyday life."

For more information about StepHouse Recovery's behavior modification bootcamp or program enrollment, contact George Vilagut at 1(888) 923-7623 or email georgev(at)stephouserecovery(dot)com.

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