Mark has over 27 years experience as a CEO in global companies running businesses in UK, Europe, Africa , Asia , North America, and Australasia. Mark has consulted to a number global companies in the field of personal development. Mark is a graduate of the London School of Economics where he received a B.Sc. (Econ)
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The London Treatment Center of Florida is one of the few bilingual treatment centers in the country, providing a means for clients who are typically faced with linguistic and cultural barriers that prevent them from receiving adequate addiction treatment. With an emphasis on Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization, London Treatment Center of Florida allows individuals to remain living at home and attending work, school, or family functions while receiving treatment. For those seeking residential treatment, London Treatment Center of Florida provides patients with private accommodations for up to 90 days. Treatment methods include techniques ranging from group therapy and detox to something as simple as taking a walk on the beach.
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- Holistic Drug Rehab
Drug addiction continually takes away the good things in life without every giving anything back. Furthermore, it clouds mindfulness and makes it nearly impossible to see the losses as they occur. Upon realizing the full costs of addiction, you may feel overwhelmed with the prospect of getting healthy. After all, your mind, body and spirit may feel sapped of strength and energy from dealing with an out of control addition to harmful substances. Thankfully, you can lean on holistic drug rehab professionals to receive the guidance and support you need to reach sobriety.
When addicts enter treatment, the goal is to remove them from their familiar ways of living, which often includes at least temporary isolation from friends and family members. If your loved one must enter treatment, your mind will be at ease knowing that he or she is in the best possible surroundings with access to top-notch health and fitness facilities, comfortable and clean surroundings, and enriching activities. Only a luxury drug rehab center can provide you with this assurance. Our unique approach includes activities that help you or your loved one discover the beauty in small pleasures that enhance appreciation of life. That appreciation may come from a variety of activities — for instance, spending time in nature with a ride through the Everglades or a stroll on the beach, cooking international dishes or watching a spiritually satisfying movie.
Mark Johnston - CEO
Kristina Scimeca - Clinical Director
For more than 14 years, Kristina Scimeca has been working in the area of trauma and addictions. She specializes in trauma resolution, childhood sexual and physical abuse, as well as domestic violence. Kristina has incorporated her skills as a trauma therapist with the skills she has developed working in the field of addiction for the last 9 years with co-occurring disorders.
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