Dr. Brandi Cihlar holds a Ph.D. in Counseling and is a licensed professional counselor, with a specialization in mental health and substance abuse. She began her career in community mental health, with populations such as incarcerated individuals, those with trauma, and addictions. Dr. Cihlar has worked in education and training as well and serves as an adjunct faculty member for the University of Akron. Dr. Cihlar has facilitated individual and group sessions in IOP and PHP programs in her previous work and enjoys working with the substance abuse population.
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Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Our facilities at Arrow Passage Recovery are well maintained and held to the highest standards. Our treatment program and therapy approach are not like any other. We offer 1:1 therapy and individual attention the entire process. Arrow Passage Recovery is based in Ohio for a reason. We offer our guests a peaceful, serene atmosphere and the ideal surroundings for making a fresh new start. We know that recovering from drugs and/or alcohol is not simple. It is a process and something that takes time. At our facilities, you will be moved through phases. In these phases, you will accomplish different things on your way to living a healthy life of sobriety.
Arrow Passage Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Individualized Treatment
The overall goal of individualized treatment plans assigned to clients at Arrow Passage Recovery is to get to the root causes of excessive drug or alcohol use. Each person has specific and unique manifestations of addiction or alcoholism. Our professional staff is prepared and qualified to properly address each individual issue that any given person may have.
- Holistic Treatment
The basic notion behind holistic health is that the dependence on illicit substances goes beyond the physical addiction. This means that merely addressing the physical aspect is not enough; there are spiritual, social and physical needs that need to be addressed in order to make a whole body recovery.
- Nutritional Therapy
Given the nutritional standing of most recovering addicts, it’s surprising that proper nutrition is not emphasized more in recovery programs. Mounting evidence points to one emerging consensus: nutritional therapy can significantly help those recovering from addiction. It seems like common sense, but proper nutrition has the potential to make those in recovery feel better both mentally and physically.
Dr. Brandi Cihlar - Clinical Director
Elisa Castile, LPCC-S, MS - Assistant Clinical Director
Elisa has been working in the Mental Health and Chemical Dependency field for over 15 years. She received her Master's Degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from Ursuline College for Women in Ohio. Elisa is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Art Therapist, and Certified Brain Injury Specialist. Elisa strongly believes in Animal Assisted Therapy as well. For the past 15 years. she has worked with Children and Adults performing Family Therapy, Couples Counseling, Dual Diagnosis, Severe and Persistent Mental Health Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Art Therapy Groups, Psycho-Education Groups, Chemical Dependency Education Workshops, and Brain Injury Therapy and Education. I believe in creating a fun and relaxing atmosphere for learning and therapy to thrive.
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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the Recovery.org helpline is a private and convenient solution.
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