Traditional treatment concentrates on the alcohol and drugs which are a symptom of the underlying disease. We all know what the problem is but what is the solution that will lead to permanent recovery. The latest research and study on addiction and alcoholism has found that we can change the way the brain processes incoming stimuli and information at any age. Change the thinking, and you change the drinking.
Until 15 years ago we thought the brain was hard-wired. The answer lies with neuroplasticity. We must change the neural pathways that lead to self-destruction on a daily basis. It’s not the drinking and using that’s the problem, it’s the mapping of the neural pathways.
At Robb Kelly Recovery Group we believe everyone is recovering from something. If you’re facing a downward spiral of negativity, lack of motivation, difficulty in achieving your dreams, the same principles applied to changing the mindset of an addictive personality can be applied to whatever life challenges you are facing.
Because Robb Kelly is both a recovered alcoholic and an addiction specialist – he recognizes and understands the disease from both personal and professional experience. Based on his own expertise and experiences, he recognizes three core concepts that keep most addicts and alcoholics rooted in their disease: fear, abandonment, and shame. He works to change and alter these mindsets in his Coaching sessions to finalize the solution to permanent recovery.
The heart of what we do is based on the knowledge that an addicts mind and thinking are the problem. Thus, we must study the behavior of our clients’ and the behavior changes that may lead to relapse. Through daily interaction we study the disease and watch for changes that may manifest through body language, a change in mindset, or other altered behaviors.
Wherever there is addiction there is always past trauma that will play a part in the addictive cycle. It is imperative in addiction recovery and any mental health condition that underlying trauma be brought to light and worked through. I call it “returning to the scene of the crime.” Trauma effects mental, physical, and emotional well-being making it difficult to cope and can lead to many sorts of unhealthy coping mechanisms, but drugs and alcohol are an easy fix in numbing the emotions. Once a person crosses over from self-medication to addiction, they run the risk of never learning to deal with the underlying emotions
Our services our one-on-one based on the specific needs of an individual client. We do not believe in a one size fits all approach. We only take on 4-6 clients every 90 days so we can focus on each clients needs. This is done over a period of 90 days, one hour a day via Telehealth plus other accountability methods. You must recover in your own environment to achieve the best results, dealing with life problems as they happen in real time.
We also insist that spouses and any family member who resides in the same house come on board two days a week.This is a family disease therefor it has to be a family recovery. We have the highest success rate currently and we also have a five year case management on every client.
We also recognize that for some client’s confidentiality is the most important aspect of receiving treatment. Many high-profile individuals seeking treatment fear professional consequences. The anonymous Telehealth program insures privacy of the highest standards.
We work with high profile people who’s identity must be kept confidential at all costs
At Robb Kelly Recovery Group, we offer exclusive one-on-one personal recovery coaching sessions that are based on the specific needs of an individual client. We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach.
Many treatment facilities will market individualized treatment, but the client is most often treated in a group setting. The client may see a case manager or counselor in a one-on-one setting but this is often a very small percentage of their actual treatment program.
There is a false belief that a client needs a structured living environment during early recovery. Although we know that structure is critical to success, we believe in treating the client in their own living environment. The majority of treatment programs in the U.S are inpatient based. This means the client stays on site and is delegated to the facility in which they attend. They may leave the facility to attend 12 step meetings or medical appointments, but the majority of the time they are based on-site.
Many people who attend inpatient treatment state that the true test of recovery comes after you leave treatment. In an inpatient facility, you are safe and secure – drugs and alcohol are banned from the environment in which the client lives – and they are living amongst other addicts and alcoholics. The reality is that this type of treatment promotes a false sense of security. We believe that a client should experience life on life’s terms. They should have the freedom to recover in their own living environment. Our clients are free to experience life as it comes.
All of the staff at Robb Kelly Recovery Group are recovered addicts and recovered alcoholics. From our own experiences, we have joined forces to battle the disease of addiction. We know that our purpose is to transform our clients’ from their sickness to the solution. We help them fully understand the cause and conditions of their disease and we watch as they change drastically from hopeless to capable. Our clients’ gain hope from hopeless and power from powerlessness – they gain strength and they recover.
We are Robb Kelly Recovery Group and we are here to offer you the solution to permanent recovery. Are you ready to recover?