The treatment model at Transformations by the Gulf provides Individualized, gender-specific support for rehabilitation and achieving wellness. The program uses evidence-based therapies, emphasizes 12-step core values (self-respect, compassion, spirituality, self-accountability, honesty, transparency, open-mindedness and willingness to change) and offers a wide range of holistic treatment options, including nutrition counseling, acupuncture, yoga, personal fitness training, light and sound neurotherapy, and Tai Chi.
Angela “Angie” Hawthorne is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Life Coach, and registered Yoga teacher. She has 30+ years of experience helping people heal from addiction and mental health challenges. Angie currently facilitates the creative arts therapy groups and encourages clients to continue practicing creativity once they leave treatment.More
Jennifer Gallagher is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. Prior to coming to work for Transformations By The Gulf, Jennifer worked for 15 years in the foster care system, providing individual and family counseling to children and families. Jennifer has experience working with people with addictions and children who have been through traumatic experiences. Jennifer has worked as a therapist for TBTG for 2 years, where she has run self-esteem and empowerment groups as well as doing individual session with clients. She completes the initial assessments with the clients, supervises the clinical staff, and ensures the client’s clinical needs are being met.More
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