Cindy Connelly is the Clinical Director with Pat Moore Foundation. Cindy comes to us with over 20 years of personal experience in the recovery field. After many years in management in the insurance field, she went back to school to get her Masters in Psychology at Chapman University while raising her 2 boys as a single mom. She is currently a licensed marriage and family therapist with a successful private practice in Fountain Valley, Ca. Cindy has been the clinical director of both residential and extended care facilities treating co-occurring disorders in the addiction field. Her passion and experience have allowed her to develop and oversee treatment programs that directly address issues of alcohol and drug addiction, trauma, eating disorders, and relationship addiction while also addressing dual diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders. Her dedication to working with both the individual and their families allows her to address the overall well-being of each and every client.
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At the Pat Moore Foundation, clients are given the opportunity to build a solid foundation in recovery before moving back into “real life.” The rehab offers gender-specific residential treatment on a unique co-ed campus, as well as a diverse clinical team highly skilled in addiction treatment. The facility knows that no two individuals are the same, which is why both 12-Step and non-traditional recovery methods are supported, and a variety of programs (including 30, 60 and 90-day) are offered.
Pat Moore Foundation Reviews and Ratings Details
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Reviews at a Glance
- Alcohol Detox
For the alcoholic, alcohol withdrawl creates a sense of anxiousness and uneasiness. As for the psychological aspect of the addiction, even those who consume moderate amounts of alcohol may experience withdrawal. This form of addiction refers to a mental desire for alcohol that would create a sense of well being.
- Drug Detox
During drug detox, managing the physical symptoms of withdrawal associated with the discontinuation of drugs is an important aspect of the detox process. While detoxification exclusively is rarely sufficient in terms of assisting the addicts in achieving long-term abstinence, we also recommend treatment of up to 30 days (minimum) in conjunction with detox.
Cindy Connelly, MFT - Clinical Director
Jeff Holbrook - Executive Director
Jeff Holbrook is an Executive Director with Pat Moore Foundation. With more than twenty years of working in the field of addictions treatment, including individual and group addictions counseling, and managing and administering several outpatient programs for people with alcohol and other drug dependencies, Jeff also brings to Pat Moore Foundation his depth of knowledge in the field of alcohol and drug intervention. Jeff comes to Pat Moore Foundation with certifications from boards and universities, including: the University at Utah Graduate School of Social Work, where he received an Alcohol/Drug Treatment Certificate; the Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselors, where he received a certification as an Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselor; the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon, where he received a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor II; the Inter-national Reciprocity Consortium, where he received an International Certified Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselor; and the International Interventionist Credentialing Board, where he is a Board Registered Interventionist II. Jeff is also a member of The Association of Intervention Specialists.
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