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The term, Holistic, refers to “whole” as opposed to “parts”. So what does holistic mean in terms of drug treatment? Holistic drug treatment treats the whole body. Addiction is a three-fold

What is Different about Holistic Addiction Treatment?

Since the beginning, Palm Partners Recovery Center has emphasized the profound difference Holistic Addiction Treatment can make for someone recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. It has been at the core of our philosophy and our practice for over 20 years.

So what does “holistic” mean and what makes it so important?

The term “holistic” refers to the whole, as opposed to only parts. Instead of focusing only on one piece, it takes every aspect into account.

So what does holistic mean in terms of addiction treatment?

Palm Partners Recovery Center knows that addiction doesn’t only impact one part of a person’s life, so why should addiction treatment? Holistic Addiction Treatment works to help heal the whole person, not just one part of a complex and intimate problem. Traditional 12 Step modalities also view addiction as a three-fold illness; a spiritual malady, a physical allergy, and a mental obsession. Our programs are built to help people find the best way to treat all three.

We believe in treating and healing the mind, body and spirit as separate but unified parts in the journey towards recovery.

Holistic Addiction Treatment therapy at Palm Partners offers a variety of methods for holistic healing, including:

Numerous studies support the effectiveness of Holistic Addiction Treatment Programs. Popular research articles include:

Each of these treatments is designed to help clients relax and treat their body at the same time they are treating their mi­­­­­nds and exploring spiritual growth. We provide each person with the opportunity to take the best care of themselves by personalizing their own experience.

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