Elm Tree Recovery clients receive 90 days of intensive inpatient treatment tailored to young people in recovery. We address and treat the roots of our clients’ disorders and show them how to achieve sustained, long term sobriety by teaching them the tools needed to transition from treatment to recovery. Our rehabilitation program addresses not only drugs and alcohol, but also treatment for dual diagnosis, trauma recovery, and other compulsive behaviors. The layout of our program is to create an authentic community where recovery and learning become one. Elm Tree is located just blocks away from the Tempe campus of Arizona State University. Public transportation allows our clients access to other major universities and community colleges in the Phoenix metro area. Individuals at Elm Tree develop the skills needed to emerge into their adult life.
Adam obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in San Francisco, CA. Adam has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing in Phoenix, AZ. Adam is currently receiving his PsyD in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University. Adam first began providing client services in community mental health for a non-profit in Northern Arizona. He assisted in creating a long-term extended care program that combined an outdoor adventure experience with traditional treatment modalities. Adam holds certification as a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) with the Pennsylvania Control Board. Adam also works with NADCP, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals working on alternative sentencing for chronic drug offenders. Adam is a member of the NAADAC, National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, NAATP, National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, NATSAP, National Association of Therapeutic Boarding Schools.More
Dr. Stacey Smith is a licensed psychologist in both Arizona and Texas and has been working in the addictions field in residential and IOP settings since 2010. Dr. Smith will be the clinical director for Tree Behavioral Health and will oversee day to day clinical operations. His dedication to assisting those suffering from addiction has been his career focus as exhibited by his practice in working with those struggling with alcohol and chemical addictions as well as process addictions such as intimacy disorder, sex, gambling and gaming addictions. During this time, Dr. Smith has become well versed in assisting patients in addressing co-occurring psychiatric diagnoses as well. Stacey has worked as a primary therapist, Director of Intensive Outpatient Programs and Clinical Director of a residential treatment center and has a wide variety of experience working in this field. Dr. Smith has an eclectic approach to working with addiction, realizing that there is no ‘one size fits all’, and uses psychodynamic processes as well as cognitive behavioral and motivational interviewing techniques in his work to address client concerns. His commitment to assisting patients with childhood trauma that may exist is evidenced by his additional training in EMDR Dr. Smith has an eclectic approach to working with addiction, realizing that there is no ‘one size fits all’, and uses psychodynamic processes, motivational interviewing techniques, and EMDR in his work to address client concerns.More
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