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Transformational Addiction and Mental Health Counseling Center

Downtown South Austin

Accepting New Clients

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Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Options

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Transformational Addiction Recovery

Most Insurance accepted - Contact us today to Apply

Personalized Treatment Options

Transformational Recovery Works! 512-456-9373

Holistic Addiction Treatment

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Adventure Therapy in Austin

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Omega’s founder and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Nicholas Kardaras has spent almost 20 years in NY helping thousands of young people and adults to overcome their mental health and/or addiction challenges as they discover their true potential. At Omega Recovery, Austin we have one of the most cutting-edge and powerful therapeutic programs in the country designed by one of America’s leading clinicians and a thought leader in addiction treatment. 

The only difference
between stumbling blocks
and stepping stones
is the way in which we use them.

By using a variety of traditional evidence-based therapies (CBT & DBT), experiential therapies (psychodrama, nature immersion, mindfulness), 12-Step work, and less-traditional therapies (Nature immersion aka “Outdoor Behavioral Health”; REST-Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy AKA “Floatation therapy”; “Hero’s Journey” Archetypal work; Martial Arts and Psychotherapy; Logotherapy; Yoga; OMEGA endeavors to shift a person into a deeper, more meaningful and embodied way of being. We offer PHP, IOP, and wellness programs for Adults and Adolescents and also specialize in treating Millennial and the attendant mental health and screen addiction issues that many young people are struggling with. Omega’s founder and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Nicholas Kardaras has spent almost 20 years in NY helping thousands of young people and adults to overcome their mental health and/or addiction challenges as they discover their true potential. At Omega Recovery, Austin we will have one of the most cutting-edge and powerful therapeutic program in the country designed by one of America’s leading clinicians and a thought leader in addiction treatment.

* The “Omega Point” was originally a term coined by the French philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin that was used to describe “the pinnacle of human consciousness and evolution”.

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What Makes Omega Recovery Unique?

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A centrally located location in the heart of South Austin.

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Trauma-informed treatment that targets and addresses the past trauma that is stored in the psyche, releasing the grips of anxiety, fear, depression, and shame that continually manifests in sabotaging patterns.

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Adult, Adolescent, Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Programs

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The only Tech Addiction treatment program in Texas run by the country's leading expert in Tech Addiction

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Adventure Therapy once per week that includes excursions throughout Austin.

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Codependency treatment that addresses the dysfunction of the self through the family system.

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An inward psychological program that focuses on Jungian Concepts, Hero’s Journey, Mythic-poetic life of understanding deep internal universal spiritual truths and true individuality.

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Family therapy that can help educate family members about the disease of addiction as well as healing the rifts and dysfunctional patterns that often occur in addictive households.

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Mindfulness meditation and engaged living that cultivates a true spiritual life.

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Inclusion of neurobiological factors in diagnosis and clinical treatment.

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Omega’s Dr. Kardaras, the Country’s Leading Tech Addiction Expert,

Discusses Video Game Addiction on FOX & Friends

 

Scientific American: Generation Z: Online and at Risk?

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Personalized Treatment Options

We know that in the field of addiction certain modalities or treatment methods have consistently been demonstrated to be effective. We select and customize your treatment plan from choices such as the following:

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Motivational Interviewing (MI)

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Rapid Resolution Therapy® (RRT)

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

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Group and Individual Therapy

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Board Certified Physician Consultation & Treatment

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Psychoeducational Classes

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Stress Reduction Classes and Groups

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Japanese Karate-as-therapy

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Yoga

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Mindfulness Meditation

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12-Step Education

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Relapse Prevention

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Holotropic Breathwork

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Psychodrama

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Logotherapy (Victor Frankl's "Meaning Therapy")

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Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) AKA "Sensory Deprivation Flotation Therapy"

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Acupuncture




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