Battle Creek, MI (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
Drug and alcohol treatment facility A Forever Recovery, which offers a unique open-ended drug and alcohol program that empowers clients to create a solid and holistic foundation in recovery that they can believe in, has welcomed Tamra Hill, MA, LPC, NCC, CADC as its new Clinical Director.
Ms. Hill, who is also a professor at Baker College, has been recruited to evaluate and enhance current A Forever Recovery methods of treatment, and provide staff training and mentoring.
“Tamra brings a whole new level of authority and expertise to A Forever Recovery, and we are fortunate to have someone of her renowned teaching ability and background helping us to improve our staff’s capabilities,” commented Pamela Anderson, the Center’s Executive Director.
Ms. Hill will also share her expertise with respect to the use of Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) as a treatment for addiction. This premiere cognitive behavioral treatment system has a high success rate, and is based on the achievement of a state of grace and self evaluation. A Forever Recovery is the only Center that offers its clients Moral Reconation Therapy.
Added Anderson: “In addition to providing support and guidance on all of A Forever Recovery Methods, such as 12-step, multicultural methodologies, and other holistic approaches, Tamra’s expertise in Moral Reconation Therapy will be invaluable to us and, most importantly, to our clients.”
Individuals who are seeking drug or alcohol treatment, or families and friends looking for treatment information regarding a loved one, can learn more by visiting http://www.aforeverrecovery.com.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Pamela Anderson at (269) 788-0496 or panderson(at)stopyouraddiction(dot)com.
About A Forever Recovery
A Forever Recovery treatment facility provides a completely unique recovering environment. The Center brings together many different types of counselors and other licensed professionals, and focuses on guiding clients into finding the recovery base that is best for them.
The Center is led by its Executive Director Pamela Anderson, MBA. Ms. Anderson personally knows the challenges of having a family member addicted to drugs, and has devoted her life to helping others overcome their addictions, and to helping families and friends provide the best kind of support possible during a difficult time.