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Cognitive Behavioral TherapyDialectical behavior therapy is a treatment option that medical specialists use to treat a myriad of issues, including addiction, depression, PTSD, and other personality disorders. The skills you learn in dialectical behavior therapy help you to tolerate distress and negative emotions. You can also improve your ability to regulate your emotions, and be mindful of the moment. Additionally, you learn how to communicate with other people.
Holistic Therapy ProgramHolistic therapy programs in Orange County, CA complement evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical therapy, individual or group therapy. These programs are non-medical treatments that treat the entire person: body, mind, and spirit. Furthermore, practicing these treatments brings your total health into balance. These practices may include meditation, yoga, energy work, massage, and acupuncture. Some holistic therapy programs may even consist of fitness or nutrition therapy.
Vocational DevelopmentWhen you recover from drug or alcohol addiction, you may find it difficult to re-enter the workforce. You may especially experience this if you encountered legal problems during your addiction. The vocational development program at Renaissance Recovery can help you break down the barriers of employment and get back on track with your career. If you are unemployed after rehab, you are more likely to relapse back into addiction. The stress of finding a job, combined with the downtime you may have, can lead to a wide range of emotional triggers. For this reason, you must have a means of working when you complete your program. If you try to find a job on your own, it can take you several weeks or months to finally get employment. A vocational development program can get you on track for finding a job and keeping it long-term. At Renaissance Recovery, we do more than help you get your foot in the door. We gear our program toward long-term success in both your recovery and your work.
Dialectical behavior therapyDialectical behavior therapy is a treatment option that medical specialists use to treat a myriad of issues, including addiction, depression, PTSD, and other personality disorders. The skills you learn in dialectical behavior therapy help you to tolerate distress and negative emotions. You can also improve your ability to regulate your emotions, and be mindful of the moment. Additionally, you learn how to communicate with other people. Additionally, through the dialectical behavior therapy program in Orange County, CA, you learn how to stabilize yourself when things get uncomfortable or stressful. You’re able to ground yourself and maintain your inner peace. According to the principles of dialectical behavior therapy, our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors are all interconnected. Therefore, once you learn how to stabilize your emotional and thought processes, you will be able to regulate your actions and stay away from drugs or alcohol.
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Meet the Staff
- Jack PettiFounderJack Petti comes from a unique background, having struggled with addiction from the very early age of 12 years old. Addiction grabbed hold of Jack early on as he discovered that drugs and alcohol provided an escape for him, enabling him to numb negative feelings or emotions. With a tough upbringing in a family of ten siblings and a lack of family stability, Jack grew up getting into quite a bit of trouble as his addiction rapidly progressed. Jack struggled with substance abuse while cycling in and out of boarding schools, wilderness programs and treatment centers for seven years before reaching bottom. At the age of 19, after years of living in self will, demonstrating extremely destructive behavior and shutting out everyone from his life, Jack came to the realization that he could no longer continue living the way he had been. He entered himself in a long-term treatment program in California with hopes of developing a better manner of living. Jack spent more than a year going through all levels of treatment programming and established a solid foundation for recovery. He has used his story to help individuals struggling with the same problems he once struggled with. Jack now works in recovery, taking advantage of this platform to share his story, experience, strength and hope with young adults fighting to break free of the same seemingly hopeless state of despair he once knew all too well.
- Reese MorganExecutive DirectorReese Morgan is our Executive Director, however our relationship with Reese didn’t start as such. Reese began his journey with us as a House Manager four years ago, and that’s when he developed his passion for working with others. That very same passion for helping others and watching our clients lives materialize is what motivates Reese on a daily basis to help to ensure Renaissance Recovery remains a safe, structured, and culturally sound environment for our clients. Serving as Executive Director, Reese provides oversight of all the day to day operations of Renaissance, lending support to each department whenever necessary.
- Kevin CataldiAdmission and Clinical OutreachAfter battling with addiction for over a decade, Kevin finally reached a point of surrender and accepted help. His journey, both professionally and personally have put him in a unique position to help both clients and families navigate the stressful and sometimes difficult process of beginning their recovery journeys. In addition to working with clients on a one on one basis, Kevin develops and maintains relationships with other clinical programs and professionals throughout the country.
- Diana VoClinical DirectorDiana is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has been in the field of mental health for over 10 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of California Santa Barbara and her master’s degree at Alliant International University. Her background includes a variety of settings including inpatient hospitalization, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, community mental health treatment and private practice. Diana came into the substance abuse arena by chance but has since developed a deep appreciation for 12 step programs and a compassionate understanding of the recovery process. Rather than seeing addiction as a moral failing, she views it as a trauma response and as such, is able to frame her treatment approach in a way that empowers her clients rather than shames them. As the clinical director, Diana is responsible for the oversight, development and implementation of the clinical functions of Renaissance Recovery by offering leadership, supervision and support in accordance to state and federal regulations. She also gets to encourage the development of Renaissance Recovery’s pre-licensed clinicians as well as the growth of her clients. Diana is currently working towards becoming a CAMFT certified supervisor and also provides EMDR therapy.