Reflections is a luxurious addiction treatment center founded in 2011 by a former real estate mogul, Louise McCallion, who decided to change her career to become a psychology counselor. Since then, McCallion serves as an executive director of the center. The facility is located in Novato, California.
Reflections: Treatments, Programs, and Staff
Detox is designed to help clients overcome severe and potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Experienced staff monitors patient’s vital signs around the clock. Medications can be administered if needed. Detox facility can accommodate six clients in luxurious and peaceful private rooms. Some of the amenities include queen size bed, TVs, wifi internet, and meals from A La Carte Menu provided by a certified executive chef.
Residential program includes individual and group counseling sessions. There is a program specialized for patients with a dual-diagnosis. Some topics worked on during therapy sessions include:
- Relapse prevention
Residential program can last for 30, 60, or 90 days depending on client’s personal needs and goals.
At the Reflections Treatment Center applies “no one size fits all” approach. Every person has his own needs, so the each patient undergoes through specially devised treatment plan. Inpatient treatment also includes medication management if needed.
Intensive Outpatient Program consists of two one-on-one therapy sessions a week and a couple of group meetings and educational sessions. An average length of the treatment is twelve weeks, and it is designed for clients who do not require detox, who have successfully completed residential phase of their rehabilitation, and their home environment is not considered a threat to their recovery.
The treatment is based on cognitive-behavioral approach and dialectical behavioral therapy. Family therapy sessions are included as inseparable part of the recovery process.
Sober living and Partial Hospitalization Program are designed for individuals who require structured environment during the day, and more free time in the evening. Both provide a safe transition to independent living in their own communities. The length of the treatment is eight weeks.
Some of the treatment modalities at Reflections include:
- Dual diagnosis therapy, medication management by a psychiatrist and individual counseling
- Breaking the maladaptive circle of behavior and establishing new coping skills
- Relapse prevention through which clients learn to recognize and avoid risky situations and triggers that can cause drug use
- Holistic treatment includes fitness, nutritional counseling, meditation, art therapy, couples and family therapy, mind-body awareness, energy therapy, yoga, massage therapy, as well as music and equine therapy. The goal of this therapy is to act on all aspects of personality – mind, body, and spirit.
- Family Behavior Therapy tends not only to change, but to restore or improve, interaction between family members. It also emphasizes the importance of family involvement in recovery process.
Facilities and Extras
The center is located in a luxurious Mediterranean-style villa. Rooms are private and fully equipped. The facility has the capacity to accommodate only six clients at a time. Laundry washing and housekeeping services are also provided. Meals are prepared by a professional chef, and special dietary restrictions can be arranged.
The center also provides executive rehab services for CEO’s, executives, business professionals, and members of LGBT community.
Clients can enjoy a Roman-style pool, hot tub, game room and gym, as well as rock-climbing, and practice Tai Chi.
Rules and Regulations at Reflections
Computers and cellphones are allowed if a client has to continue with their work during the recovery.
The cost of a 30-day stay at the center is $35,000 or $47,000 with additional services.
Reflections addiction center provides detox, inpatient, and outpatient services in a luxurious setting to men and women struggling with substance abuse issues, as well as co-occurring disorders. Treatment is conducted according to evidence-based practices such as cognitive-behavioral and dialectical behavioral therapy.