Holistically Oriented Counseling and Comprehensive Wellness For Struggling With Mental Health Disorders
Omega Recovery is a holistically oriented counseling and wellness center that offers comprehensive services and treatment to clients and their families that are struggling with mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety and PTSD that oftentimes come together to create the perfect storm.
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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 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.
- Family Medicine Specialist
- Licensed Master Social Workers
- Family Therapist
- Recovery Counselor
- Medical Doctor
- Clinical Director
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 Mission
There are many pathways to recovery and every individual is unique. We believe that learning active and healthy routines can be the cornerstone of long-lasting outcomes. Our compassion for the individuals we serve is what has driven us to be leaders in the industry. Omega is more than just rehab; we are Real. Life. Treatment.
In addition to its treatment program. Our holistic and trauma-informed services are here to provide you with care, regardless of which stage of recovery you are in. Whether you’re seeking help for yourself or a loved one struggling with recovery – we can help.
REAL. LIFE. TREATMENT.
What Makes Omega Recovery Unique
At Omega Recovery, we offer our clients the latest in mental health treatment through our community integrated treatment program. Traditional mental health centers put the struggling individual in an artificial treatment bubble where it’s relatively easy to get well, but inevitably when that client leaves treatment, they are unprepared to deal with the stress of everyday life. In this “community integration” model the clients get to experience life; shopping in the supermarket, going on a barbeque, going to a doctor’s appointment, going on a job interview, all with staff supervision and clinical support that can help process any and all the feelings and emotions that can so often arise in early recovery.
Community Integrated Treatment
The housing component of Omega Recovery’s treatment program is supported by a 24/7 staffed living environment. The living environments are gender-specific, meaning men and women are housed separately. Clients will have the opportunity to learn or relearn how to perform everyday tasks such as making dinner, doing chores, financial planning, and preparing for job interviews. They will be a part of a tight-knit community and will be encouraged to offer support to their housemates along their journey.
OUR UNIQUE APPROACH
FOR SUCCESSFUL RECOVERY
Our intensive outpatient rehab in Austin, TX is designed for individuals experiencing mental health. Our program offers individualized treatment plans in a comfortable setting near Downtown Austin, TX. We offer both day and evening group sessions. Clients attend programming 3 days a week for 3 hours each day while attending our 8-week IOP program.
Our holistic and trauma-informed services are here to provide you with care, regardless of which stage of recovery you are in. Whether you’re seeking help for yourself or a loved one struggling with recovery – we can help.
You may realize that anxiety is running your life.
If depression takes over, it can be difficult to function day by day
The moment we experience trauma, our world can feel shattered.
Codependency stems from growing up in a troubling environment.
A mental disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood and energy
Borderline Personality Disorder
Mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others
Powerful and transformative experience for those struggling with sense of self
An anxiety disorder in which time people have recurring, unwanted thoughts, ideas or sensations
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Widely used for veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder
Lack of Purpose
Can be a result of retirement, divorce, illness, a death in the family
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ENSURING A LASTING RECOVERY
Our clinical staff is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of advanced degreed individuals. Our staff is professionally licensed or certified. In addition, many of our support staff that specialize in other types of therapeutic modalities (i.e. acupuncture, Yoga, Neurofeedback, etc.) are trained and certified in their respective modalities.
Marci holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Lafayette College and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. She is a Licensed Master Social Worker and has experience working in the hospice setting, outpatient addiction treatment and in a mental health hospital. Marci has experience teaching yoga individually and in groups, working in nonprofit and private practice settings. Marci is a Kripalu Yoga Teacher and incorporates her yoga background into her therapeutic work with clients. She utilizes mindfulness, breathing techniques, somatic experiencing, CBT, DBT and ACT into her relational work. Marci sees each individual as unique and likes to approach work together holistically.
Mayan holds a Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Social Work at the University of Michigan. Mayan is a licensed social worker and has experience working in child welfare, domestic violence, immigration and refugee services, medical case management for children with special needs
Clinical Director, Licensed Master Social Worker
Sarah White is a Licensed Master Social Worker. She graduated from the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social work with a specialization in clinical social work with academic honors as a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. She was a Globe Youth Fellow and specialized in work with young adults, adolescents, and children. While participating in the Globe Youth Fellowship she was trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Brief Targeted Interventions. She began her career working with mothers suffering from addiction who were involved with child protective services at the Council on Recovery in Houston.