Fort Lauderdale, FL—Jordan M. came to The Source Addiction Treatment Center desperate to change his life and break free of addiction. He contacted The Source and knew right away that their facility was different. Jordan was welcomed by compassionate and caring staff upon arrival and felt completely supported during his time there.
“The staff is warm and welcoming and all of them understand because they’ve all been there! I was at the lowest point in my life when I called Randy and he told me about Bill and the rest of the staff at The Source. And that call was the most important call I ever made,” Jordan said.
The Source is unlike many other addiction treatment centers because many of their staff are on their own recovery journeys as well so they understand the ups and downs that are part of the recovery process. Receiving care from those who have walked in similar shoes fosters an environment totally free of judgment and discrimination. Clients are truly treated like family at The Source. “Everyone that works there played a key role in my recovery,” Jordan said.
“The therapy one will receive is some of the greatest therapy I’ve ever had in my life,” Jordan said.
The Source utilizes a variety of traditional and leading-edge therapies to help process trauma and underlying causes of addiction. Regardless of the level of care clients receive, intensive therapy is a cornerstone of the comprehensive and individualized treatment plans they provide. Clients will engage in individual, group, and family therapy sessions daily. Patients may also participate in trauma therapies such as Traumatic Incident Reduction Therapy (TIR), Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). The Source believes that trauma-based addiction requires personalized treatment to meet the unique needs of each client. Utilizing multiple forms of therapies helps process trauma quickly so that true healing can begin.
Jordan continued, “If (a reader) was looking for help, STOP LOOKING! The Source has helped me in ways I didn’t think were possible. If an individual is struggling, stop waiting and pick up that phone, beautiful life is waiting, I promise!”
If readers are or have a loved one who is struggling with addiction, can reach The Source anytime day or night at (800)204-0418. To view, the article see the URL, https://www.thesourcetreatmentcenter.com/blog/a-beautiful-life-is-waiting-for-you-i-promise-former-patient-whole-heartedly-recommends-the-compassionate-care-found-at-the-source/
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