Dr. Senadhi Parakrama is a post-doctoral fellow who has been working in the field of mental health and co-occurring disorders since 2001. Throughout the years Dr. Parakrama has worked in a variety of settings with diverse groups of people, all struggling with addiction, mental health issues, and/or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. Some of the settings he has worked in include group homes, rehab centers, long term-residential facilities, crisis residential facilities, inpatient and outpatient hospitals, and jails and prisons.
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Olympia House knows that each person is different and that no one treatment plan for drug and alcohol addiction fits all. That’s why the residential rehab offers a variety of substance abuse treatment options, as well as an interdisciplinary team of professionals trained in addiction and dual diagnosis care. Nestled on 140 acres of lush agricultural land in Sonoma County, the facility offers a safe and serene environment and a solid community structure. Clients are able to move from the darkness of addiction into a purposeful and healthy lifestyle designed to facilitate lifelong sobriety.
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- Individualized Mental Health Counseling
In harmony with our philosophy and dedication to treating all aspects of each individual in our care, we offer individual mental health counseling, provided by licensed and pre-licensed psychologists, post-doctoral fellows, and marriage and family therapists. Every resident is offered individual psychotherapy three times per week.
- Individualized Chemical Dependency Counseling
Throughout the therapeutic process, our chemical dependency counselors will help each individual focus on his or her strengths and identify what “works”. Expanding on these solutions, the counselor-client team will work together to create a solid foundation for achieving both long and short-term goals. Since each person will have different goals and move at different paces (sometimes change happening quickly and other times incrementally), our interdisciplinary team will keep in constant communication to maximize strengths recognition and development. This technique boosts engagement and is a refinement process designed to support the individual through self-directed care and recovery.
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Dr. Wayne Thurston is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked in the fields of addiction, mental health and co-occurring disorders for close to two decades. Prior to his development of Sonoma Recovery Services LLC and Olympia House, he worked for several years in the non-profit sector. Most recently he was the Senior Vice President of Clinical Services at a large non-profit agency. This position required him to oversee numerous programs that helped individuals struggling with addiction, mental health issues, and homelessness. Throughout his work with the non-profit, Dr. Thurston maintained a private practice in Marin County specializing in the care of individuals who struggle with both addiction and co-occurring disorders.
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