Situated along the Southern California coast in San Juan Capistrano, New Method Wellness believes that addiction is a symptom of various underlying causes and co-occurring disorders. New Method Wellness tailors its treatment to each individual – and each disorder causing the addiction. New Method Wellness employs a holistic approach, utilizing both traditional and alternative methodologies that combine the latest therapeutic advances with physical and spiritual methods including yoga, massage and acupuncture therapy, nutritional counseling and exercise programs. believes that addiction is a symptom of various underlying causes and co-occurring disorders. New Method Wellness tailors its treatment to each individual – and each disorder causing the addiction. New Method Wellness employs a holistic approach, utilizing both traditional and alternative methodologies that combine the latest therapeutic advances with physical and spiritual methods including yoga, massage and acupuncture therapy, nutritional counseling and exercise programs.
Ed is an Owner/Founder as well as the Chief Executive Officer at New Method Wellness bringing a supportive but no-nonsense approach to the center. He is passionate about recovery service and has been a crucial leader in the development of New Method Wellness, helping to bring to the forefront the center’s strengths. Ed is a hands-on leader, often interacting with clients during the course of treatment, taking personal satisfaction in hearing about their progress. This helps clients to feel that they have a personal ally at the highest level of the organization. Ed cites the consistency and spiritual values of the company as its strengths, and he sees his contribution as rearticulating these fundamentals. Ed has a 30 year background as a successful business executive and he served in the military for 15 years. He enjoys cooking for crowds and loves to play golf.More
DeAnna Jordan serves as the clinical director at New Method Wellness where she supervises a team of caring, well-trained clinicians who provide continued support throughout a client’s stay at New Method Wellness. Jordan has over 20 years of experience working with clients in recovery and is a marriage and family therapist (MFT), specializing in the maintenance of healthy relationships. As a result of her expertise, Jordan has been featured on “Dr. Phil,” “Jane Valdez-Mitchell,” National Geographic’s “Taboo,” and has been published in Elle Magazine as well as The Huffington Post. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from University of California in Irvine, Jordan did post-graduate work at Centaur University where she graduated in the top of her class with a CAADAC certification in Centaur’s chemical dependency program. Following her time at Centaur, Jordan received her masters in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and is a current PsyD candidate, studying depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. As a recovering addict, Jordan brings a breadth of personal recovery experience to her clinical leadership and believes a comfortable, structured and supportive environment is an essential part of maintaining long term sobriety. In addition to her passion for recovery, Jordan is extremely involved in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). As a current Woman of the Year candidate, Jordan is campaigning to raise funds for LLS blood cancer research in honor of local children who are blood cancer survivors.More
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