About Omega Recovery

Omega Recovery was created in Austin in 2018 in order to address the explosive epidemic of addictive and mental health disorders that are occurring in record numbers among young people in America today. Building on the pioneering work of Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, Omega created cutting edge protocols combined with the best evidence-based modalities to meaningfully and effectively treat young people struggling with substance addiction, mental health and/or tech addiction issues. Omega clients engage in trauma-informed therapies, including EMDR, CBT, DBT and traditional psychodynamic therapies along with experiential nature-immersion and adventure therapy to help shift young people into healthier habits as they also address the underlying issues that are contributing to their distress.

Omega’s clinical model proved extremely effective and garnered significant media attention as clients started getting referred from all over the country. This led to an expansion of services to both residential and Outpatient programs as well as an adolescent programs launching in the Fall of 2021. The mission of Omega Recovery today continues to be to provide individuals and families struggling in today’s very challenging world with the best and most effective treatment model.

OMEGA Recovery is a licensed Technology Addiction and Mental Health Treatment Center in Austin, TX. We provide PHP and IOP services for adults suffering from mental health disorders or technology addictions.

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