Individualized, Experiential Therapy Making A Difference In Orange County

At a time when the industry is under such scrutiny, Coastline Behavioral Health is working to elevate the standard of care provided by all Addiction Treatment Facilities in Orange County.

Huntington Beach, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Coastline Behavioral Health For Women

18377 Beach Blvd. Suite 330

Huntington Beach, CA 92648

949-205-1066 www.coastlinerehabcenters.com

Contacts:

Justin Eakin,Chief Executive Officer, 949-677-5114

Jason Jacobs,Chief Operating Officer, 949-345-5577

Media Inquiries : Nicole Kreider, Director of Clinical Outreach, 949-205-1066

June 11 2018 Huntington Beach,CA: Coastline Behavioral Health for Women offers access to specialized treatment programs and therapies designed to meet the unique needs of women struggling with addiction. The approach is to teach and rehabilitate as opposed to being punished and directed, while creating emotional, physical and psychological safety for clients. In addition to providing psycho-education, the program facilitates experiential activities to foster creativity and the mind-body connection. This helps clients reconnect with themselves and the identity they may have lost.

The company has a unique program designed by women for women, and believes in empowering women through values of respect, compassion, empathy and non-judgement. Dr. Serena Gupta is one of the few licensed and credentialed clinical directors and co-owners that is directly involved in the clinical and operations so there is no disconnect in the day to day oversight of the treatment program.

“The evolving landscape of our industry keeps us moving forward with our purpose to change the face of treatment. We are a ‘Wholistic’ program understanding and acknowledging that an individual’s addiction is a combination of maladaptive thoughts, behavior patterns and feelings. We understand that we are treating not only the symptom which as been identified as the addiction, but we are attempting to treat the entire individual. We understand that this also extends to their family members as well as all of the lives that have been impacted by the addicted individual,” Dr. Serena Gupta.

In a time when there are so many choices for treatment, Coastline Behavioral Health for Women is unique in the tailored care and attention each woman is provided. With Joint Commission accreditation, the company holds itself accountable to the highest level of care and treatment ethics to foster long-term, sustained sobriety.

More About Coastline Behavioral Health

Located in Huntington Beach, California, Coastline Behavioral Health for Women offers all levels of care (partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient and sober living) in their men’s and women’s alcohol and drug treatment programs. Their exceptional staff has over 100 years of combined experience in treating addiction and behavioral health issues such as PTSD, OCD, depression, anger management and trauma. They have a unique approach for care based on individual treatment plans and experiential therapy, including their music and faith-based programs that cater to special interests of clients.

Contact Info:
Name: Serena Gupta
Organization: Coastline Behavioral Health For Women
Address: 18377 Beach Boulevard #330, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, United States
Phone: +1-949-205-1066

For more information, please visit https://coastlinerehabcenters.com/womens-rehab

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