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Accountability, responsibility, and consistency on a daily basis are the watchwords at Burning Tree. The relapsing alcoholic or addict is shown a manner of living that demands rigorous honesty as demonstrated through the client’s actions in all areas of their lives. Our clients come to us “asleep dreaming they are awake,” and it is our intent and practice to take them through a process of waking up to the reality of how they have been living their lives. Coupled with the full realization of the problem our clients are introduced to a “way of living,” that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.
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
- Dual Diagnosis
At Burning Tree, Dual Diagnosis of addiction, and any underlying psychological conditions that interplay, is not divided into component parts and treated separately. Rather, all possible elements and factors are addressed through an integrated approach that acknowledges that each has a simultaneous impact on the other. Sequential approaches are much more limited in effectiveness because, of necessity, the order of Rehabilitation diminishes the importance of the other. The Co-Occurring approach has produced highly successful results as demonstrated by low relapse percentages.
- Lifetime of Support
A lifetime of support through Alumni, Aftercare, and Transition Programming.
Heidi Voet Smith, MA, LPC - Clinical Director, Burning Tree Ranch
Brian Percox - Chief Executive Officer
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