Futures of Palm Beach believes that recovery from chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health disorders requires a multidisciplinary approach. Setting a superior standard for addiction treatment, the drug and alcohol rehab combines individualized care with cutting-edge and evidence-based therapies to equip clients with a wide array of techniques and skills for achieving long-term sobriety. All motivational factors behind addictive behavior are addressed, including physiological, emotional, social, and spiritual influences. The facility offers a comfortable and safe environment for individuals to begin the challenging — but ultimately rewarding — journey of recovery.
John has over 20 years business experience working for both public and private corporations during which he earned his MBA. It was through his career endeavors John discovered his passion for helping others. He returned to school and earned a Masters in Counseling Psychology, leaving behind corporate America to begin his venture in the field of therapy. John utilizes an integrated approach in therapy to aid clients in establishing a connection between their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. He believes in educating, empowering and exploring beliefs with clients to assist them in gaining insight and a deeper understanding of their values and worldview, allowing them to begin the healing process and to build a strong foundation for a healthy future through self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-compassion.More
Valerie Jackson has joined Futures of Palm Beach as CEO. In this role, Valerie will be overseeing all aspects of management of this exclusive, 75 bed Drug, Alcohol, and Eating Disorder treatment facility, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. With over 25 years of experience in the Healthcare Management field, Ms. Jackson brings with her an extensive background and experience in Strategic Planning, Financial Management, Operations, Public relations and Marketing, Human Resources, Medical Management, Public Policy, and Regulation.More
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