Nsight Psychology & Addiction

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4000 Birch Street, Suite 112
Newport Beach, CA 92660
9496293730 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Nsight takes an Integrative and Solution Focused approach to therapy based on evidenced based practices. CBT, DBT, and Family Systems orientations are utilized in an emotionally focused manner to assist client in overcoming emotional issues that reinforce the dependence on substances as a coping skill.

Nsight Psychology & Addiction Reviews and Ratings Details

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Reviews at a Glance

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Not apt to treat mood disorders--appear to be more specialized in addiction recovery.


This place is horrible!!! They just want your money, they do not help with any of your problems. There is no help with after care, they kick you out & you are left feeling all alone. GO SOME PLACE ELS...


Great place for mental health care!


I completed the soberliving/ IOP in a little over a month and I had a great experience. The staff was friendly and smart, and I'm now 6 months sober.


Facility focuses on individualized treatment with the staff willing to go out of the way to assure client's needs are met. Facility accepts hard cases (i.e mental issue, behavior problems) which can b...


Great facility.


Humanistic view; licensed clinicians; dedicated clinicians and case managers; different theoretical approaches; very well structured to assist patients delay the need for immediate gratification. We s...


Therapist to Client Ratio was strong. Licensed to Provide Primary Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment BioSound Bed for Anxiety The staff at Nsight are second to none. What you receive at Nsigh...


All therapists are licensed (no interns) High staff to client ratio Individualized treatment plans. Day and evening IOP options were great. Does not provide food. Treatment at NSIGHT begins with a ...

Areas of Focus
Trauma & Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT)

Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT) uses the brain’s innate ability to adapt to change in a healing way, essentially “retraining” the brain to respond differently to familiar memories of trauma or pain.

Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

Nsight Psychology & Addiction provides both primary mental health (mood disorders, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma/PTSD) and substance abuse treatment. While most programs talk about offering treatment for dual diagnosis issues, they are not staffed to provide those services. Nsight has 10 licensed therapists and a psychiatrist on staff who specialize in trauma, mood disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse, and family systems.

Key Staff Members
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    Mary Helen Beatificato - CEO, Corporate Counsel, & Co-Founder

    Mary Helen is an experienced lawyer and advocates for people who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and those who have substance abuse issues. Prior to founding Nsight she worked in a firm whose clients included a 100 bed treatment center in Orange County, and represented clients in both state and federal courts. In 2011 a treatment center had a vacancy at their CEO position and believed that Mary Helen, with her expertise and knowledge of the center and its clients, was a perfect candidate. She had worked as the company’s outside counsel for more than three years and then ran the company as the CEO for another two.

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    Chelsea Weinstein - Primary Therapist – License Number MFC84272

    Chelsea Nicole Weinstein, LMFT, is one of the professional therapists on the Nsight Psychology & Addiction team. She received a BA in psychology from Pepperdine and also received a teaching certificate while a student at the University. Besides being an academic standout, Chelsea was also a member of the Pepperdine swim team, an activity she was engaged in for 17 years. After graduation with a BA, she entered the Phillips Graduate Institute and was awarded an MS in Psychology with a Marriage and Family concentration.