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My experience at The Sylvia Brafman Mental Health Center can only be summed up in one word. MIRACLE. I went in bratty, narcissistic, addicted, and full of self-hate. After my 90 days, I am a completely transformed new person. I've found meaning in life for the first time. Sylvia Brafman taught me how to use coping skills and break unhealthy habits emotionally and physically. With a fully rounded curriculum, Sylvia Breman educates you all day long. With both mental health and addiction groups, and personalized one-on-one times with a therapist, you create a program that perfectly fits your needs. Michael runs informative biopsychosocial board groups all day long along with process groups each day. Which is easily explained as a peer group to share how you feel and what you’re going through. Alex, Tyrone, and Vinny come in for specialized, personalized therapy, in both a group setting and one-on-one. Behind the scenes Jessica, Lucia, and Valeska run the day-to-day operations and keep everything going smoothly. Ben and Jamie are magic in their specialties and help create this atmosphere that you want to have. I am forever grateful for what I’ve learned and who I have become thanks to Sylvia Brafman.
Thank you ANR!!! I am in Naples now, 3 days after the treatment. I feel so good, so aware! I am connected to my wife, my children... I really feel their emotions, and mine too. I know what opiates do - but now after the procedure - I don\'t crave them. I don\'t need them. I don\'t think about them. I hate them. I am free from them. That\'s over. I promise ill spread the message to many. Thank you again.
Over all a great place to recover.
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