Reflections of Recovery

4.2 (29 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
4400 Hwy 19A,
Mount Dora, FL 32757
8002480637 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

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

Treatment Insights

Reflections of Recovery small groups and individual therapy offers guests and their families the one on one care they need. This method promotes the best opportunity for healing and change. We pride ourselves on knowing our guests and their families. These connections provide the participant with a healing atmosphere giving the best chance for success. This healing atmosphere promotes a feeling of trust in our guests and their families.

Reflections of 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

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AL

Do not send your loved one there, they are manipulative and all about money. Staff plays games with patients and family members. Horrible experience

Victoria

As a staff member I could not say enough about working for such a professional company who goes to every length to help the clients that come through for recovery. The facilities are clean and beauti...

Yoly Rodri

My husband came back home as a brand new man! He has been doing great ever since he got back from treatment. We communicate better and this treatment center was the best thing that could have happened...

MW

ROR has been under new Ownership and management since Feb2016. We strive to be the best in our space and have been doing so very successfully. We will continue to provide excellence in care, service a...

Dw

As i got kicked outta my 8th rehab in south Florida, I came across the opportunity to get outta the shuffle and get real help in Orlando. Skeptical of course, i went to Reflections of Recovery in Mt D...

RW

Great Facility to get clean at I came all the way from Indiana and stayed 30days in July and it changed my life. Wonderful staff especially my therapist and the town of Mount Dora is excellent. Cant ...

ME

The owner is the biggest liar I have ever come across.

RB

Great program. I am very pleased with the staff and services at Reflections of Recovery. I committed myself to 30 days and am at the end of my treatment and am glad to say that Reflections has changed...

DO

I\'ve been through treatment many times and never got the individual attention that I needed until I went to reflections of recovery. Because of the CEO and her amazing staff I\'m able to spend the ho...

Steve

I had a very nice experience at Reflections of Recovery. They changed my life in an unbelievable way. I am now living a better life than I ever have in the past. Their staff was nothing less than prof...

L

Very clean facility, staff gives you a warm welcoming, very friendly people.

PK

First of all I want to Thank on staff member in particular and the staff for changing my whole life. What I have been through had put my family and friends in such a horrible period of time. Ive never...

CH

Reflections of Recovery cares period. One employee in particular and her staff are motivated by a desire to help others and it shows. My experience is that they were there to help and went above and...

JM

Reflections of Recovery is a great place for healing. Staff are very supportive and kind. My sister was a client at Reflections of Recovery and is still clean today. Thank you Reflections of Recovery ...

JHR

I paid cash to send my wife to this terrible place. The accommodations are in three old houses located miles from the \"treatment\" center. The \"treatment center\" is in a cheap strip mall. They o...

Disappoint

Horrible facility!!! Huge employee turnover!! All lies to rake \"clients\" in. DO NOT SEND YOUR LOVED ONES HERE!!!!

NW

My son went to reflections and came out a better man. I am indebted to them for helping our family and always keeping in communication with us throughout the whole process.

KM

Do not entrust your recovery to this facility and inexperienced, dishonest CEO and it's staff.

TK

Consistancy is a weakness.

AP

All lies. This place is all about money. When your insurance gets close to running out you get kicked out

SB

poor treatment and practices dont go here

T.S.

A fantastic facility that offers the best of service for recovery and excellent treatment with serene beauty that offers such calmness.

PH

Reflections Of Recovery was created out of a deep desire to help people heal from addictions, mental health concerns, grief and loss, abuse, and other life changing situations. The staff works tireles...

R.R.C

Recovery at its best! !

RH

Great place for recovery. Staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. I would recommend reflections to anyone who is seeking help.

Hal

this is a wonderful place to recover. Lives are being changed.

AW

Reflections of Recovery is a great place to start to build a firm foundation for your recovery! The staff and treatment teams compassion is outstanding! Love this place!

Mya

Best place ever to recover. Complete peace and lots of activities to keep you busy, and a staff that cares about your well-being and recovery. If your looking for a place to recover choose Reflections...

Anonymous

very caring staff, credentialed therapists skilled in substance abuse and mental health. mostly they care and show they care in all they do.


Areas of Focus
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

The focus of cognitive behavioral therapy (also called CBT) is helping people to understand the thoughts and emotions that underlie their addiction with the goal of learning new, healthier and more productive ways to understand and express themselves.

Client & Family Support Groups

Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.

Key Staff Members
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    Rachelle Taylor - Program Director

    Rachelle is the Program Director at Reflections of Recovery. She has been in the medical field for 20 years, from Pediatrics to Pulmonary and now Substance Abuse/Mental Health. “Working in the Substance Abuse field is challenging and rewarding profession. To see clients and their families believe there is hope for recovery and achieve their goals is indescribable. I strive to help clients and their families see there is freedom from this disease and help them learn how to live the quality life they deserve.”

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    Karen Peters, LMHC - Clinical Director

    Karen Peters is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over fifteen years’ experience in the behavioral health and social service field. Ms. Peters' clinical experience covers a diverse spectrum, and she is able to employ various treatment strategies to best suit her clients. Ms. Peters has experience working in office and community-based settings, for large non-profit organizations, mid-sized groups, and smaller private settings. Ms. Peters utilizes a variety of strategies and techniques to provide individualized treatment to each of her clients. As Clinical Director at Reflections of Recovery, Ms. Peters provides clinical oversight to the clinical team to help ensure you receive quality clinical services. Karen Peters earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, and her Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from Troy State University. Ms. Peters trained under experienced clinician and a behavior analyst, giving her a healthy blend of experience with both counseling and behavioral strategies that she implements with her clients on a daily basis. Ms. Peters is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida (MH8663) and is also a Board Qualified Supervisor. Ms. Peters joined the Reflections of Recovery team in February 2016.