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As a wellness clinic, one of our missions is to help our patients achieve freedom from addiction. We understand the challenges associated with breaking, and staying, free from addiction in order to live a fulfilling life.
Under the direction of our multidisciplinary team, we have developed a unique, customized program designed to help patients detoxify from the effects of alcohol, opiates, and other substances.
Our approach brings physicians, nurses, clinical therapists, and physical trainers together, using passion and science to help individuals achieve success.
If you are ready to take the next step towards an addiction-free life, please contact us at (402) 905-2075 with any questions and/or concerns. Our compassionate team of professionals is ready to help.
How it works
Our Substance Abuse Program is a 6-month, comprehensive program tailored to meet the needs of each individual. The program starts with an initial office visit (which can be submitted to health insurance) to discuss, in detail, the patient’s addiction, goals, and endless possibilities for recovery.
When you are ready to start recovery, our team will work with you to create a care plan that inspires success. Our team not only provides the necessary medical care, but we also provide ongoing support to ensure each individual does not walk this journey alone.
Each individual will schedule a series of follow-up visits with our physicians and life coach. These visits will be offered in-person or via telehealth to cater to the patient’s schedule.
We initially will test a panel of labs that help tell the story of your addiction and overall health. We then tailor our care plan to ensure you are receiving adequate vitamins and nutrition to promote optimum health and recovery. Lab testing is completed at the beginning and the end of the program.
Completing a drug detox is a very challenging, emotional experience and you should be extremely proud to have accomplished something of this nature. Staying drug free can be even more challenging, which is why our substance abuse program offers a Naltrexone implant to minimize the chance of relapse. Naltrexone is a medication that blocks receptors in the brain that lead to cravings. We will implant a Naltrexone pellet under the skin, which will dramatically reduce cravings and prevent the patient from feeling the effects of drugs or alcohol.
Many individuals with addiction have a history of mental illness, such as depression. In addition to physical health, mental health is a very important aspect in successful recovery. Ketamine Therapy is used to combat the effects of depression and aid in coping with the emotional changes you will experience. When ketamine is administered, unique conditions are created in the brain which triggers a delicate cascade of events. This series of events is believed to restore normal connectivity between key brain regions to reduce and eliminate the presence of depression.
Learn more about ketamine therapy here.
In conjunction with ketamine therapy, our program works with a leading psychotherapist, who specializes in addiction therapy. Throughout the 6-month program, patients will meet regularly with the therapist to work through the challenges of addiction and recovery.
A key part of recovery is having support; patients need to feel that they are not alone in this journey. Part of our program inspires patients to get involved in support groups and the community.
Each patient will be provided a 6-month gym membership to optimize the benefits of physical activity in recovery and living a healthy lifestyle.
Being in the field of mental health for over a decade has given me great experience in many different areas. I hold a Masters degree from University of Nebraska at Omaha and am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner. I have worked at Boystown National Research Hospital, UNMC, and Omni Behavioral Health before deciding to go into private practice.
In therapy I implement effective psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among patients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the patient and caretaker alike. But in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behavior and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results.