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Dotty has worked in addiction treatment since 1977 and maintains the highest international and Florida-specific certifications for addiction professionals. She puts her heart and soul into helping each person (finally) stay sober.
"I care about each and every person, but I don't accept excuses. It's often been years of lying, denying and manipulating. This is where those behaviors end. Once you get on the right path, you just have to keep walking."More
Dr. Nguyen specializes in addiction medicine. His professional doctoral degree (DO) requires meeting the exact same stringent standards as the more common MD, but with additional focus on treating the whole person at the core, not just symptoms.
"If nothing changes, then nothing changes. Whether you're 'ready' or not, the first step is to just show up."More
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