Our Clinical Program Engages in a Healing Community, Physical Exercise and Immersing Our Clients Into Nature.
The first step to treating addiction is recognizing that a problem exists. One of the primary problems with the Internet is the lack of accountability online. Users are hidden behind a screen and often engage in behavior that they would never do in person.
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Technology addiction is a real problem. An over-dependence on technology can significantly impact anyone’s life. Going offline is unthinkable. At Omega Recovery, we strive to help clients by focusing on the underlying conditions that fuel that dependency.
- Family Medicine Specialist
- Licensed Master Social Workers
- Family Therapist
- Recovery Counselor
- Medical Doctor
- Clinical Director
Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes • TREATMENT HOUSING • INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
Technology Addiction Conditions We Treat:
Omega Recovery’s Mission
Omega Recovery understands that the first step to treating addiction is recognizing that a problem exists. One of the primary problems with the Internet is the lack of accountability online. Users are hidden behind a screen and often engage in behavior that they would never do in person. Omega incorporates “Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes” into our clinical program, unplugging from our devices, engaging in a healing community, physical exercise and immersing our clients into nature. Omega Recovery also offers traditional evidence-based therapy to treat technology addiction.
Those addicted to screens have seen their schooling, job prospects, and personal relationships suffer or even destroyed as a result of their addiction to screens and technology – we can help.
REAL. LIFE. TREATMENT.
What Makes Omega Recovery Unique
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras (Our Founder) believes that screens can be more difficult to treat than drugs. Its no surprise that screen usage has skyrocketed, the actual numbers are nonetheless staggering: the average American adult spends more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening and interacting with screens. Clinically, screen addiction looks like any other addiction and characterized by a person continuing to engage in problematic behavior which negatively impacts their life. Those addicted to screens have seen their schooling, job prospects, and personal relationships suffer or even destroyed as a result of their addiction to screens and technology.
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
An over-dependence on technology can significantly impact anyone’s life. With the prevalence of social media and gaming today, many struggle to differentiate the online from the real world. Going offline is unthinkable. At Omega Recovery, we strive to help clients by focusing on the underlying conditions that fuel that dependency.
Clinical staff is trained in EMDR use
Proven effective treatment for Technology Addiction
Focusing on “meeting the client where the client is”
Skill-building approach, that focuses on the development of skill sets.
Teaching individuals struggling with racing and impulsive thoughts
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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.
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.
Licensed Master Social Worker
Katherine is a relational therapist and incorporates, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), interpersonal neurobiology (IFNB), and mindfulness into her work with clients. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and when appropriate, uses this type of therapy to address PTSD, anxiety, and grief- just to name a few! In her work with clients, she will integrate these various techniques and maintain a compassionate approach that honors the inner wisdom and life experience that everyone brings with them.
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras
Co-Founder, Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Kardaras is an Ivy-League educated psychologist, an internationally renowned speaker, and one of the country’s foremost addiction experts. A former Clinical Professor at Stony Brook Medicine where he specialized in teaching the neurophysiology and treatment of addiction, he has also taught neuropsychology at the doctoral-level and has worked closely in developing clinical protocols with Dr. Howard Shaffer, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and the Director of their Division of Addiction