Good Future seeks to establish a supportive, safe environment for all patients. The patients are encouraged to take positive risks, evaluate their work and behavior and monitor their choices internally thereby developing an improved sense of self. Our staff focuses on engaging patients with the construction that is practical and relevant, and by applying concepts using cooperative learning techniques and individual assessments.
The Owner/CEO of Good Future Teen Rehab is Dr. Basim Elhabashy, a certified detox physician, with many years of experience in treating patients with drug addiction problems. Dr. Elhabashy will be on call 24/7 for any emergency that could happen to any of his patients. Dr. Elhabashy will also be able to manage any other medical problems the patients might have and make sure any treatment the patient will need does not counteract the patient's medical condition. Dr. Elhabashy is also a practicing Anesthesiologist with experience in treating patients with addiction problems who also complain of chronic pain.More
A Florida licensed clinical social worker with 30 years in the field, Mr Paley has dedicated his career to treating teens who are addicted to cocaine, heroin, marijuana, opiates, and street drugs. He has worked with some of our country's most troubled adolescents and families when he was Program Director for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, and at a third Florida treatment center. In addition, Mr Paley worked in psychiatric hospital and in private practice. As program director at Good Future Teen Rehab, Brad and his staff structure comprehensive treatment interventions for patients, assisting them to address unresolved feelings and issues which have caused out of control attitudes and behaviors that are potentially life destroying.More
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