12 Keys Rehab Center focuses on holistic, real recovery, and treats clients with a combination of science, spirit, body and family. The 12 Keys model is a multi-track, multi-disciplinary method to treat addiction, mental health, trauma and social issues simultaneously. A licensed and certified professional staff with extensive training in these modalities administers the recovery process. 12 Keys’ low client-to-therapist ratio affords time to identify and treat all of the issues that drive addiction. 12 Keys involves families over the course of treatment to help restore damaged relationships and erase the guilt and other negative emotions that accompany addiction. At 12 Keys, each therapist handles a maximum of a five clients and has the support of The Clinical Director and Medical Director along with 20 other staff members. There is always someone to talk to at 12 Keys.
Dr. Balta is Board Certified in both Neurology and Psychiatry; he is also certified in psychoanalysis by the William Alanson White Institute. A member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Dr. Balta received his psychiatric training at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York City. He secured $10 million in grants funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, the Health Resources and Services Administration and the City of New York.
Dr. Balta believes the 12 Keys real recovery, which focuses on personalized attention, fun activities and exposure to the outside world while in treatment, provides clients with the tools and resources they need to learn to love living sober, productive and fun lifestyles.
Keith Gillen, a Certified Addiction Counselor and Ordained Pastor, is uniquely positioned to help clients recover from the grip of substance abuse because he is a recovered addict himself. Keith provides the healing 12 Keys Rehab client with a holistic, spiritual approach to a real, life-affirming recovery through the rediscovery of hope, love and inner peace.More
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