Positive Recovery Centers — The Woodlands provides hope and healing for individuals with addiction to alcohol and/or drugs. Unlike the intensive 24/7 care of residential facilities, the licensed professionals provide outpatient treatment designed to accommodate the unique needs and circumstances of each client. Justin Steen, a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), emphasizes that the center is a place where individuals can freely share, feel genuinely heard, and embark on a transformative journey toward recovery.
The approach, firmly grounded in positive psychology principles, distinguishes the facility in the addiction recovery field by combining various methods, including the 12 steps, making Positive Recovery the preferred treatment center.
Lauren Jones, LCDC-Intern, underscores the importance of this approach, saying, “Our programs are precisely crafted to allow clients to see their innate strengths, equipping them with the tools to cultivate optimism even in the face of life’s most daunting challenges.”
Just as conditions like heart disease, diabetes, or asthma require ongoing management, addiction is a chronic brain disease that may reoccur.
Katie Pye, LCDC, draws a parallel, noting, “Even individuals battling cancer can experience setbacks. We prioritize setting our clients on a solid foundation for recovery. We provide them with coping skills and a resilient framework to navigate the journey ahead. The brain requires six months to two years to heal itself, and we empower our clients to continue their recovery well beyond treatment, ensuring long-term success.”