Journey Healing Centers provides a comfortable and serene environment to begin the work of recovery. The residential and outpatient alcohol and drug rehab provides clients with comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment designed to heal the body, mind, and spirit. Evidence-based therapies such as support groups and cognitive behavioral therapy are combined with holistic and experiential approaches to provide each client with a complete recovery toolbox. They leave armed with the skills necessary to live a life free from addiction.
Victoria has more than two decades of experience in addiction and mental health treatment. She was formerly regional director for Valley Behavioral Health, a private nonprofit agency providing addiction and mental health treatment, and worked for 15 years at Loudoun County Mental Health Center in Leesburg, Virginia, where she provided clinical services and supervised professional staff. She also maintained a private practice, first in Dallas, Texas, and later in Northern Virginia. She is on the faculty for graduate courses in counseling at University of Phoenix in Salt Lake City, and has performed disaster relief work aiding victims of 911 and Katrina.More
Michael is a board-certified nurse practitioner and an advanced practice registered nurse. He has experience working in detox and psychiatric inpatient hospital settings. Michael previously worked for ten years at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute. He has been involved in a number of research projects including ones focusing on neural repair, using MRI techniques to study the effects of drugs on the brain, and the neuroscience of substance abuse.More
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