Intensive Treatment at A Place for Hope

September 22, 2014   •  Posted in: 

Dr. Wayne Dyer states, “What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change out lives, we need to stretch our minds.”

The Center • A Place of HOPE, agrees with this contention, implementing it into their whole-person approach to eating disorder treatment and depression treatment. While this innovative therapy challenges traditional forms that largely rely on heavy doses of medication, its multidimensional methods treat the real causes of a disorder. Intensive treatments at A Place of Hope incorporate and enhance all aspects of a patient’s mind, body, and soul.

While it’s essential for counselors to properly identify the symptoms of psychological disorders, superior recovery results require them to delve much deeper. Effectively treating the underlying causes is the foundation for whole-person care and cures. To do this, The Center’s counselors focus on the transpiring biological, psychological, and sociological components of a patient; also known as the biopsychosocial interactions. This also includes all of the physical, nutritional, emotional, intellectual, relational and spiritual aspects of the individual.

The counselors at A Place for Hope are professionals who are self-actualizing in their life-affirming work. In fact, The Center’s therapists and recovery results are endorsed by well-known television personality Dr. Phil and the world-renowned Dr. Abram Hoffer. These experts attest to the organization’s multidimensional methods for intensive Depression Therapy, Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa treatments, and more. For over 24 years, A Place of Hope has bared witness to the miracles that can manifest through the combination of comprehensive therapy with God’s grace.

A Place of HOPE offers whole-person care with a licensed team of Mental Health, Medical and Chemical Dependency counselors. They are also a preferred provider for many insurance companies. Flexible scheduling is provided for clients in the Seattle, Washington area and Nationwide. Individually tailored, Specialized Intensive Treatments are available for a wide range of psychological disorders and issues. The Center’s website confirms why their whole-person approach is unique and effective. Their treatment philosophy works to resolve the root causes that create and perpetuate unhappy and unhealthy lifestyles. The organization’s entire staff is skilled at providing therapeutic assistance, optimism, and a path to recovery that authenticates the mind expansion theme of Dyer’s quote.

Dr. Gregory Jantz

Pioneering Whole Person Care over thirty years ago, Dr. Gregory Jantz is an innovator in the treatment of mental health. He is a best-selling author of over 45 books, and a go-to media authority on behavioral health afflictions, appearing on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CNN. Dr. Jantz leads a team of world-class, licensed, and...

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