Established in 1984 by internationally known mental health expert and best-selling author Dr. Gregory Jantz, the innovative Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc., takes a whole-person approach to its therapy programs. The facility, based in Edmonds, Washington, with 40-plus locations around the country and in Canada, provides a range of therapy programs for women, men, and teenagers, including celebrities, and families to address such problems as stress, addiction, unhealthy body image, depression, weight loss, and relationship difficulties. The Center for Counseling and Health Resources also treats such conditions as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
The Washington-based facility creates unique, customized treatment programs for its clients. Housing options, at no additional cost, include housekeeping, laundry, and linen services. Clients pay on a per diem basis for day treatment, and the center works with insurance plans whenever possible. For eating disorders, The Center for Counseling and Health Resources offers a free initial consultation to discuss options and answer questions. In this area, the treatments include the Men’s Program for Eating Disorders, the Adolescent Eating Disorder Program, and the 30-Day (4-week) Intensive Program for Anorexia Help, Bulimia Help, Binge Eating Help, and Other Food-Related Disorders.
The center also provides a multi-dimensional Personal Wellness Recovery Program in a safe, private, and confidential setting for celebrities and other VIP clients such a professional athletes, top-level executives, and other high-profile individuals. All programs, typically lasting 4 to 12 weeks, with a Transitional Care Program available as well, include a majority of time in personalized individual counseling rather than in group sessions. “Carol is doing incredible right now; she looks awesome and is enjoying life,” wrote one happy father. The life-affirming and hope-filled treatments have enabled hundreds of individuals to resolve root issues that led to addictions, compulsive behavior, and other disorders. For more information on The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, visit www.aplaceofhope.com.