Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 03, 2014
The HARP NuLife Residential Treatment Program for addiction and substance abuse related matters announced this week the launch of a breakthrough music therapy program currently unseen throughout the Southern California region. Located in Woodland Hills, California, considered among Los Angeles County’s more prestigious areas, the inpatient recovery facility is merging a professional in-house recording studio within a full-scope therapy program aimed at further enhancing long-term sobriety success rates.
The announcement comes on the heels of a recent property expansion in order to accommodate added interest among those seeking a more affordable luxury, holistic residential treatment option. Having been in the works for nearly twelve months, administrative and clinical staff are now at full rollout with the music therapy as well as other state-of-the-art recovery services.
Says HARP co-founder, Kage Njaka, “We’ve essentially taken a highly integrative, private addiction treatment environment and merged it within a number of clinical and ancillary components aimed at enhancing the client’s likelihood at attaining long-term recovery. From cutting-edge neuroscience and holistic services to music therapy and customized care solutions, there is a level of excitement here that is simply hard to quantify.”
While the music therapy is only one of a myriad of treatment services offered, its core foundation emerges from a professional onsite recording studio that has attracted names such as Steeley Dan, Frank Zappa, James Taylor and Jackson Browne. Adding to the mix is sound engineer, Gemini Musiq, previously of EMI, Universal and Sony Music.
HARP NuLife is considered to be among Los Angeles’ more affordable luxury residential treatment centers, with costs hovering at about 50% of that commonly seen in neighboring Malibu, CA. The facility maintains a very low staff-client ratio and is considered among LA’s more progressive rehabs in lieu of its integration of holistic treatment, 12-Step undertone and advanced approaches utilizing brain mapping, neurofeedback and neuroplasticity to name a few. Says HARP operations director, JD Meints, “Our treatment team is quite unique and handpicked to provide a blend of education, life experience and therapeutic modalities focused on rebuilding the individual and reconnecting the family. Our 360 degree program is such that it guides clients through all stages of treatment and successfully re-integrates them into a new level of valued living in sobriety.”
Services are provided to men and women ages 18 and up struggling with drug addiction, alcoholism and co-occurring disorders. Additional services such as medical detox, Suboxone maintenance and so forth are made available through networked industry professionals throughout the Los Angeles and Ventura County areas.
For more information on Music Therapy or other program elements contact HARP NuLife staff at their Woodland Hills, CA location 24/7 at (888) 508-1179. More information is also available online at http://www.harptreatment.com.