Recovery doesn’t end at the termination phase of the treatment program. To ensure long-lasting results of hard-earned sobriety, graduates of New Method Wellness’ residential and outpatient programs get to participate in our Extended Aftercare, a voluntary alumni program that provides continual support from counselors, peers, and other alumni. According to research, environmental and social factors are critical components of long-term recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.
One of the most important aspects of the alumni program is client empowerment. Graduates get to execute what they learned during the maintenance phase of the Stages of Change. Our skilled counselors equip clients with tools such as job skills, anger management techniques, and a social support network that will empower them to sustain a meaningful life of sobriety
As an alumnus, you have the opportunity of giving back to those who are still in treatment. A positive, productive life of an alumnus speaks volumes about the success of the program; there is no greater testimony than a transformed life! The connections made between alumni and current clients instill vision, faith and hope that success is possible after graduation. Participation is voluntary, but New Method Wellness always has a high amount of participation from alumni, thanks to our family of clinicians and dedicated staff members!
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Learn more about our Extended Aftercare Program by calling 866-951-1824 and speak with our Outreach Coordinator!
Deanna Crosby is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with over 20 years of experience working with clients in recovery. Her expertise has catapulted her into the spotlight. Featured on several episodes of the Dr. Phil Show as a behavioral health expert, DeAnna is a routine contributor for NBC News, The Huffington Post, Elle Magazine, MSN, Fox News, Yahoo, Glamour, Today, and several other prominent media outlets.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of California in Irvine, Crosby did postgraduate work at Centaur University where she graduated at the top of her class with a CAADAC certification in Centaur’s chemical dependency program. Following her time at Centaur, Crosby received her Master of Counseling Psychology degree from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she also attained a Doctoral Degree in Depth Psychology.
From all of us at New Method Wellness co-occurring treatment center, we wish you peace and serenity in knowing that you or your loved one will get the necessary help.