Services

We strive to provide each client with quality clinical care, providing clients with a staff of clinicians who 
specialize in:

  • Addiction Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma – Related Issues
  • Eating Disorders
  • Sex Addiction
  • Issues of Grief and Loss
  • Family Systems Issues

Our Services Include:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Case Management focusing on client needs such as court services, and career/educational needs
  • Group Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention Groups
  • Couple and Family Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Float Therapy
  • Daily 12 step Meetings
  • Therapeutic Recreational Activities
  • Tele-Therapy Services
  • Life Skills Development Groups
  • Personal Aftercare Planning that focuses on the individualized needs of each client
  • Exercise and Healthy Living Practices
  • Weekly Dinner Outings to Build Peer Relationships

Gold Standard Recovery Services

Gold Standard Is a Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Huntington Beach California. You can reach our staff at (714) 710-8664

Individual
Therapy

One-on-one therapy by an experienced licensed therapist can help you:
-Understand why you’re abusing substances
-Develop habits and skills that will lead to a better life
-Avoid relapsing through understanding what causes people
to relapse
-And most importantly be there for you through your stay with us and ensure you’re getting the help you deserve.

Dual Diagnosis

A person with dual diagnosis has both a mental disorder and an alcohol or drug problem. These conditions occur together frequently. In particular, alcohol and drug problems tend to occur with: Depression, Anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia and personality disorders

Someone with a dual diagnosis must treat both conditions. For the treatment to be effective, the person needs to stop using alcohol or drugs. Treatments may include behavioral therapy, medicines, and support groups.

NIH: National Institute on Drug Abuse

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most common and best studied forms of psychotherapy. It is a combination of two therapeutic approaches, known as cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy.

Which methods of treatment are applied depends on the illness or problem to be treated. The basic principle behind therapy is however always the same: What we think, how we feel and how we behave are all closely connected – and all of these factors have a decisive influence on our well-being.

Family Dynamics

The Family Program is designed to assist clients, family members, and significant others to develop a greater understanding of the impact of addiction on their relationships. Specifically, the program provides hope for and realistic expectations about the recovery experience following treatment. Family members and significant others are requested to attend the program.

Eating Disorders

There is a commonly held view that eating disorders are a lifestyle choice. Eating disorders are actually serious and often fatal illnesses that cause severe disturbances to a person’s eating behaviors. Obsessions with food, body weight, and shape may also signal an eating disorder. Common eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma – Related Issues

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that can occur after a traumatic event like war, assault, or disaster.

Group Therapy

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noun: group therapy
a form of psychotherapy in which a group of patients meet to describe and discuss their problems together under the supervision of a therapist.

12 Step Recovery

A 12-step program is a fellowship of people helping other people with an addiction or a compulsive behavior to obtain abstinence, which means no longer using a mood-altering substance such as drugs or alcohol, or compulsively doing a behavior
such as gambling or sex.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was the first 12-step program established and many other support groups have branched off from AA using this model. AA is an organization that unites people who have struggled with alcohol dependency, providing
strength and faith in one another to overcome addiction. Its mission is to “stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety” without judgment or segregation. AA founders Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith developed the 12 steps
based on concepts from Carl Jung’s theories as influenced by Eastern philosophy, and from spiritual values such as those rooted in the principles of the Oxford Group.

12-Step programs promote the following fundamental beliefs:

Addiction is a disease.
Addicts require the support of other recovering addicts.
Reliance on a “power greater than one’s self” is fundamental.
Abstaining from the addictive behavior is the basis of recovery.
Recovery is
a lifelong process.
Supporting others in recovery is necessary for lasting commitment and stability.
Accepting the limitations of being human is essential.

Sex Addiction

Compulsive sexual behavior, otherwise known as sexual addiction, is an emerging psychiatric disorder that has significant medical and psychiatric consequences. Until recently, very little empirical data existed to explain the biological, psychological, and social risk factors that contribute to this condition. In addition, clinical issues, such as the natural course and best practices on treating sexual addictions, have not been formalized. Despite this absence, the number of patients and communities requesting assistance with this problem remains significant. This article will review the clinical features of compulsive sexual behavior and will summarize the current evidence for psychological and pharmacological treatment.

Issues of Grief and Loss

Family Systems Issues

Family therapy refers to a group of treatment styles that target the group rather than the individual within the group. All of the styles are based on the notion that families share a connection, and by modifying one component of the system,
you can affect the other components. This means the health of a family can play a major role in the success of recovery.

Case Management focusing on client needs such as court services, and career/educational needs