Delray Beach's Recovery Boot Camp Joins "Dr. Phil's Path to Recovery"
Dr. Phil is a TV personality, author, and psychologist; Path to Recovery program will serve as an innovative and technologically-advanced component to Recovery Boot Camp's own intensive addiction treatment program
By: Recovery Boot Camp
"We could not be prouder to join the exclusive team of addiction treatment providers at Dr. Phil's Path to Recovery," said Tim Schnellenberger, Founder & CEO of Recovery Boot Camp and Healing Properties (https://healingproperties.org/)
There are two components to the Dr. Phil's Path to Recovery program:
· First, participants will have a virtual "sit-down" with Dr. Phil, during which they will learn the keys to identifying and achieving the kind of life they really want. They will leave the sessions feeling as though they just had an eye-opening and insightful conversation with Dr. Phil. Get your own "virtual" experience here (https://www.youtube.com/
· Second, there is an in-depth workbook component that will help individuals hone in on specific aspects of their life and personal way of thinking. Participants will then discuss their answers with Recovery Boot Camp counselors.
According to the team at Dr. Phil's Path to Recovery, this is not a stand-alone program. Instead, it is meant to aid and abet those already in recovery – in this case at Recovery Boot Camp. The idea is to add another perspective to the insight provided by the individual's personal addiction treatment center. In other words, the Path to Recovery is another invaluable tool in the recovery arsenal.
At Recovery Boot Camp, Dr. Phil's Path to Recovery experience is an additional part of an intensive addiction treatment program (https://www.recoverybootcamp.com/
About Recovery Boot Camp
Recovery Boot Camp is a Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center located in Delray Beach, Florida. Founded in 2015, Recovery Boot Camp is the natural progression of Healing Properties Sober Living Community (http://www.healingproperties.org/)
Recovery Boot Camp (https://www.recoverybootcamp.com/)
Learn more at www.recoverybootcamp.com or www.healingproperties.org. Learn about Tim Schnellenberger's new nonprofit – the Schnellenberger Family Foundation – which he started with his parents Howard and Beverlee Schnellenberger earlier this year at www.schnellenbergerfamilyfoundation.org.
Melissa Perlman, BlueIvy Communications