The Palm Beach Institute Provides a Full Continuum of Care
Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, The Palm Beach Institute provides quality client care and treatment for individuals who reside in Florida or other states. We offer a wide range of services that include a multitude of substance abuse treatment therapies that are highly effective and evidence-based. We also offer medical detoxification services in a clean and closely supervised environment as well as partial hospitalization services and continuing care plans for all clients. The Palm Beach Institute is both nationally and internationally recognized for its commitment to excellence in substance abuse treatment.
In addition to traditionally based therapy, counseling, and medical care services, the experienced staff at The Palm Beach Institute also offers supplementary drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs that help clients achieve long-term recovery that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. Programs such as recreational therapy, comprehensive aftercare programs, and alumni programs are examples of the multidimensional and comprehensive approach we offer at The Palm Beach Institute. We deliver these programs within a supportive and safe atmosphere, which helps the addict gain confidence, support, and empowerment, freeing them from the ravages of addiction. This multidimensional approach that is employed by the staff at The Palm Beach Institute recognizes that each individual is unique with a distinct set of characteristics involving race, culture, life history, drug of choice and using style, among other traits.
Recognizing the fact that each person responds to different therapeutic and counseling approaches, The Palm Beach Institute has also established a unique approach to family therapy, psychiatry, and mental health counseling in addition to substance abuse counseling and therapy. An example of this approach would include alternative therapies such as the use of an emerging technique called psychodrama. With this therapeutic technique, therapists use guided drama and role-playing exercises to help patients uncover those specific past issues and events, which lead to addictive behaviors. Clients recreate the life situations within their family structure— in both their immediate and extended family—to uncover those traumatic life events.