Decision Point takes a contemporary view of addiction as a chronic disease, not a choice. And like any chronic condition, addiction must be managed throughout one’s life. But this does not mean having to live life any less fully or with limitations. On the contrary, we believe that by learning to manage the condition of addiction and its associated disorders, people become better at learning to overcome the many other adversities they will encounter throughout their lives. We believe that treating addiction should be seen as a positive and healthful path of hope and growth.
Lindy joined the team at Decision Point Center following her long-anticipated move to Prescott in 2016. She brought with her 15 years of experience working with mental health disorders, trauma, and addiction in outpatient, and residential settings. Her focus, as both a therapist and supervisor, has always been on providing quality, individualized, trauma informed treatment to clients. Her efforts to promote this philosophy include developing residential treatment programs, and providing clinical training for various organizations including hospitals, colleges and universities, community agencies, treatment centers and public forums. She has extensive experience working with addiction, personality disorders, bipolar disorders, and trauma. Although her approach to treatment is eclectic, it is founded in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, psycho-dynamic theory, and her extensive training in trauma treatment. Lindy has been a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Arizona since 2004. Call (928) 792-1958 today to find out how Lindy and the rest of our Arizona alternative addiction treatment specialists can help you. We proudly provide ethical, compassionate clinical treatment to all of our patients!More
Dave Seymour has been working in behavioral healthcare since 2012. With over 7 years of experience in the field, Dave has developed a passion for working with adults who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. Dave specializes in helping families understand their loved one’s challenges with substance abuse. Drawing from his own experiences with addiction, Dave can relate to the daily struggles that each patient encounters and works diligently with the team at Decision Point Center to provide the best care possible for each of the clients and their families. Being a father, Dave understands the importance of bringing families together to overcome the imbalance that is created from substance abuse. With over 11 years of sobriety, Dave leads by example, and is living proof that it is possible to live a life filled with hope, faith, and courage.More
Bonnie has a Master’s of Science in Professional Counseling and has worked with dually diagnosed population for over five years. She began to work in the behavioral health field in 2012 and worked towards obtaining the necessary education to serve a more diverse population. Having struggled with addiction and the influence of that lifestyle for over twelve years, she adds a relational aspect to the therapeutic alliance and gained the necessary education to help others understand the underlying issues associated with their substance use disorders. Bonnie uses an eclectic approach when working with her client’s, because each client is an individual and is in need of a particular modality depending upon their diagnosis. Bonnie aspires to gain a Doctorate of Psychology in order to provide necessary testing to decrease the amount of substance users that go undiagnosed for co-occurring disorders. She strives to help each client reach their full potential by teaching the necessary coping skills to function at a higher level and accomplish their goals.More
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