Women’s Addiction Treatment Program Opens at The Sundance Center in Arizona
An exclusive residential treatment program for women seeking to recover from addictions and co-occurring relationship issues, trauma, grief and other underlying disorders opens at The Sundance Center.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) February 5, 2015 – The Sundance Center, a Joint Commission-accredited residential addiction treatment center in Arizona, opens a gender-separate women’s addiction treatment program. The program is designed for women seeking to recover from addictions and co-occurring relationship issues, trauma, grief and other underlying disorders.
The Sundance Center is a healing oasis in the heart of the Arizona desert that was founded with the belief that a rehab center is more effective if clients are part of a warm, supportive community. The welcoming, 10-bed, adobe-style women’s residence features a spacious living area, gourmet chefs, a sprawling backyard, and a pool and fire pit.
“We are very excited about our new women’s house and gender-separate programming at The Sundance Center,” said Chris Luciano, the treatment center’s regional director. “Having provided healing and recovery to hundreds of individuals and families over the past decade in the Scottsdale community, we know that this new house will allow us to serve even more of those who are seeking to get the person they love back.”
The women’s program at The Sundance Center features comprehensive, individualized treatment from a skilled team of professionals who are passionate about empowering women to rebuild their lives. This team supports women’s recovery in a way that embraces their specific physical, mental, relational and spiritual needs. The nurturing, gender-separate environment allows women to feel safe and secure, which encourages more focused work on their specific issues.
“The needs of women in early recovery can be different than those of their male counterparts,” said Ravi Chandiramani, ND, the medical director at The Sundance Center. “With the opening of our gender-specific program for women, our integrative treatment model can now be further individualized to meet the unique needs of women seeking comprehensive treatment of addictive disorders.”
Treatment at The Sundance Center blends naturopathic and traditional therapies, carefully crafted to guide clients toward physical, emotional and spiritual growth. Approaches include:
- Equine therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Body awareness
- Nutritional groups
- Skills groups
- Art therapy
The Sundance Center has been at the forefront of the integrative medicine movement, in which the best of all treatment methods are combined for maximum effectiveness. Led by a full-time, onsite naturopathic physician who has more than a decade of clinical experience treating addiction, the program’s multidisciplinary team includes a board-certified physician, a psychiatrist, master’s level therapists and licensed addiction counselors.
About The Sundance Center
The Sundance Center is a Joint Commission-accredited residential addiction treatment center located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The center offers innovative therapies such as a nutritional program from a naturopathic doctor and equine therapy as well as world-class amenities including onsite massages and a gourmet chef. At The Sundance Center, a multidisciplinary team treats the whole person, using personalized treatment approaches that heal the body, mind and spirit from addiction and its root causes. To learn more about The Sundance Center, call (855) 893-5987 or visit www.sundancecenter.com.
The Sundance Center is a member of Elements Behavioral HealthSM, a family of behavioral health programs located throughout the U.S. Elements Behavioral Health offers comprehensive, innovative treatment for substance abuse, sexual addiction, trauma, eating disorders and other mental health disorders. We are committed to delivering clinically sophisticated treatment that promotes permanent lifestyle change, not only for the patient but for the entire family system. For more information about Elements Behavioral Health, visit www.elementsbehavioralhealth.com.