Expert Says Celebrities Who Demonstrate Spiraling Behavior Needs Treatment

January 27, 2014   •  Posted in: 

EXPERT SAYS CELEBRITIES WHO DEMONSTRATE “SPIRALING” BEHAVIOR NEEDS TREATMENT

Dr. Gregg Jantz, Founder, The Center, A Place of HOPE, and Leading National Behavioral Psychologist Says Celebrities and High-Profile Public Individuals Who Repeatedly Use Alcohol and Drugs and Receive Notoriety in the Press Can Benefit from Intervention and Treatment

Media Contacts:
Beth Chapman, 816.835.0306, bethc@aplaceofhope.com, Dr. Jantz Media Representative

(Edmonds, WA) January 27, 2014 – Dr. Gregg Jantz, author of 28 books, including his best-seller Battles Men Face, says celebrities and high-profile public individuals who repeatedly receive notoriety for their illegal or bad behavior spotlight themselves as desperately needing intervention and treatment, frequently for drug and alcohol addiction.

“When bad behavior is broadcast repeatedly on talk shows and news programs, providing massive notoriety for an individual, it can result in the breakdown of their personal constitution and compass, blurring their recognition of acceptable social norms. Without intervention and treatment, the individual’s mental and physical health can be in danger,” Dr. Jantz says.

Dr. Jantz is a go-to media source for a range of behavioral-based afflictions and alcohol and drug addictions. He is available for immediate media events and appearances on this subject.

Dr. Jantz has appeared on CNN, FOX, ABC and CBS, and has been interviewed for the New York Post, the Associated Press, Family Circle, and Women’s Day and writes blogs for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today. See Dr. Jantz’s biography at www.drgregoryjantz.com.

To coordinate a media engagement with Dr. Jantz, please email Beth at bethc@aplaceofhope.com or call 1.800.492.3910.

Dr. Jantz, the founder of The Center, A Place of Hope, a treatment center in Edmonds, Washington, is a world-recognized expert and innovator in the treatment of behavioral disorders and addictions. He is also a leading mental health psychologist, focusing on his renowned whole-person care approach to treatment. His facility was recently recognized among the top 10 treatment centers for depression in the U.S.

The Center • A place of HOPE is a full-service, 40-bed treatment facility in Edmonds, Washington, twenty minutes north of Seattle. Founded by Dr. Jantz over thirty years ago, it is recognized as a leading treatment facility for depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Dr. Jantz is a licensed mental health counselor with a doctorate in counseling psychology.

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To bring Dr. Jantz to your community or conference, please email Beth at bethc@aplaceofhope.com or call 1.800.492.3910.

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