Beachway Therapy Center, as a dual diagnosis facility, believes that in order to treat addiction successfully each person must address their own deeper emotional issues. By providing a comfortable and serene space our highly trained therapists and medical staff are fully equipped to design a treatment plan based on each client’s individual needs. We believe in meeting the addict where they are, recognizing their unique circumstances and providing the support and therapy necessary to lay the groundwork for a lasting, sustainable recovery. Each client, upon arrival, will be assigned a primary therapist who will work carefully to customize a treatment plan that will serve as the foundation of their recovery. Through counseling, group therapy, and individual therapy sessions, each client will learn the basic tools to regain control of their lives. We treat each and every client with respect and compassion so that they can learn to heal and grow.
Brian holds an MA from Palm Beach Atlantic University and is a Mental Health Counselor for Beachway. Brian brings extensive experience in cognitive behavioral therapy and treating mental health problems to his clients. Deeply compassionate to the needs of an addict, Brian guides his clients through a process of action, self-awareness, and accountability through the twelve-step program to a point of life-long sobriety.More
Carrie is the lead therapist at Beachway and holds a BA in social work from Florida Atlantic University, a MA from Barry University (Miami), and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She also has a background in medical social work. Her understanding of cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, and family systems guides her treatment of addicts and families. Her clients thrive under her guidance because of her honesty, empathy, and compassion.More
Dr. Daphne Dorce is a board certified psychiatrist in general psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine. She brings 17 years of clinical expertise evaluating and treating patients with mental health disorders including substance use disorders. Dr. Dorce has provided psychiatric care in various settings including: community mental health; rural health; corrections; inpatient psychiatric hospitals; inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient clinics and private practice. Her educational background consists of a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, a medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, general psychiatry training at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, child and adolescent psychiatry training at the Yale Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine and forensic psychiatry training at the Columbia/Cornell Psychiatry and Law Program. Dr. Dorce works diligently with her patients, empowering them to take control of their lives through the management of their mental health. Her background comes by way of extensive psychodynamic and pharmacological training. Presently, Dr. Dorce is committed to enhancing mental health awareness, providing psychiatric services in an inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation setting.More
Claudia is the Program Nurse at Beachway Therapy Center. She studied international relations and business in Germany, but decided later to follow her lifelong dream of becoming a nurse. She has been working in the Addiction/Dual Diagnosis Treatment field for several years now and is very passionate about what she does. She advocates for her patients and works hand in hand with our Medical Director and Clinical Team to ensure that our clients receive the best possible medical care, while battling their addiction.More
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