Anaheim Lighthouse provides comprehensive residential and outpatient addiction treatment services to chemically dependent individuals struggling with drug or alcohol abuse. With an emphasis on clinical trauma care, Anaheim Lighthouse provides experimental trauma treatment designed to assist individuals with a history of abuse, PTSD, and other other forms of emotional trauma. One-on-one counseling, peer support, group therapy, medication assisted residential detoxification, and outpatient services are provided as well.
Dr. Preet Joneja is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with individuals suffering from mental and emotional disorders. Her special interest is in the dual diagnosis treatment of adults, adolescents, and couples with alcohol and drug addiction, depression and anxiety issues. Dr. Joneja is on the faculty of the North Orange County Community College District and serves as a Clinical Supervisor for MFT interns.More
Timothy J. Salyer received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Pepperdine University. He practiced law in Orange County for 20 years. In 1999 he co-founded HealthCare Services, Inc., which provides residential addiction rehabilitation for male and female adult clients. Mr. Salyer is a director, President, and CEO of HealthCare Services, Inc. Mr. Salyer is a founder, director, past president and CEO of Windstone Health Services, Inc. a management service organization that manages the delivery of behavioral health services to health plans, medical groups, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and other entities.More
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