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Omega Recovery Located in Austin, Texas
It’s becoming more and more difficult to find quality mental health treatment. Omega Recovery uses a trauma informed, holistic approach, without the discomfort of a hospital setting. Our compassionate and qualified staff meet each client where they are and deliver comprehensive, personalized treatment using multiple therapeutic modalities to produce long-term results.
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PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM • TREATMENT HOUSING • INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
Mental Health and Psychiatric Conditions We Treat:
Borderline Personality Disorder
Anxiety Disorders (OCD and PTSD)
Grief and Loss
ADD and ADHD
Career and Family Stressors
Omega Recovery’s Goal
Omega Recovery is a holistically-oriented counseling and wellness center that will offer comprehensive services and treatment to clients and their families that are struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD and many other types of disorders.
Omega Recovery’s treatment philosophy embraces the notion that all people have the capacity to grow, flourish, and self-actualize once they break free from the grip of active addiction and/or the psychological and/or emotional challenges that have been negatively impacting their lives. We honor the concept of the Omega Point, a term coined by the French philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, which he used to describe the pinnacle of human consciousness and evolution.
Real. Life. Treatment.
AN EXCEPTIONAL PLACE
See What Others Are Saying
“It’s unlike any other program that I’ve been to, and I’ve been to many, I never want to leave Omega!”
PRIVATE LIVING FOR FUTURE CLIENTS
Omega Recovery’s sister company, Bridgeway Sober Living, offers sober living homes in Austin to bridge the gap between treatment and independent living. Each of these sober living homes also provides case management and accountability while meeting the unique needs of individuals in recovery.
OUR UNIQUE APPROACH
FOR SUCCESSFUL RECOVERY
At Omega Recovery, we embrace the belief that addiction is a complex amalgam of oftentimes psychological, emotional, spiritual and/or physical distress. With that in mind, each client requires a very comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment in order to best understand the exact nature of their addictive distress in order to then individualize the best combination and layers of therapeutic modalities to help ease said addictive distress.
Substance Abuse and Process Addictions We Treat:
Heroin and Opiates Addiction
Love Romance Relationships
INSURANCE MAY COVER THE COST OF YOUR PRIVATE TREATMENT!
We Accept Private Health Insurance From Over 60 Providers Nationwide
We Can Verify Your Benefits Today
Verification of your Health Insurance is
Free, Private and Without Any Obligation.
ENSURING A LASTING RECOVERY
Every day, Omega Recovery helps people just like you successfully complete their treatment and leave empowered with an awareness of what was before, what they have now and what great opportunities accompany a future in recovery.
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras
Dr. Kardaras is an Ivy-League educated psychologist, an internationally renowned speaker, and one of the country’s foremost addiction experts. He is considered a leading expert on young people and digital addiction, he is the author of “Glow Kids”. He has appeared on ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America, the CBS Evening News, FOX & Friends, NPR and many more programs
Katherine holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Mary Washington and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a Licensed Master Social Worker and has experience working with survivors of interpersonal violence and sexual assault, survivors of child abuse, and those with serious mental illness and addiction in community based mental health. She has experience working in nonprofits, government agencies, jails, and private practice settings.
Michael Smeltzer was born and raised in Austin, Texas. As a teenager, Michael was introduced to drugs and alcohol, and began drinking and using regularly. He noticed early on that his reaction to substances was abnormal. He was constantly thinking of the next high. Like so many addicts, he began to isolate, his relationships were strained, he resorted to crime, and his self-esteem plummeted. While studying business at Texas State University, his addiction reached the point of unmanageability.