OHR’s 5th Annual Birthday – A reason worth celebrating
Ocean Hills Recovery hosted its 5th annual birthday bash to honor their client’s milestones achieved in addiction recovery. Check out the wonderful pictures.
As per the announcement earlier this month, Ocean Hills Recovery hosted its 5th annual birthday bash on July 18, 2015, to celebrate our clients’ milestones in addiction recovery. OHR Alumni, clients, friends and family members gathered at Doheny Beach in Dana Point, California to celebrate and recognize years of sobriety. In addition to OHR chips being handed out, this year the OHR family started a new tradition – The OHR Olympics. The jury is still out as to whether this will be an annual tradition, or a once every 5 years event.
OHR’s 5th Annual Birthday Bash is one way that we provide outreach to our clients even after they have left the care of OHR through inpatient residential rehab or sober living. We also host weekly meetings for alumni to attend.
Ocean Hills Recovery is here for our clients – past and present – and we will continue to demonstrate commitment to our mission of creating a recovery community one client at a time. We hope that our annual birthday bashes will become even larger as the years go by as our clients continue to grow and live their life in sobriety.
“Our annual celebration of years of clean and sober time was a big success. Thank you to all who helped make this party happen.”
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About the author:
Nicole earned her doctoral degree in Psychology with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy at California School of Professional Psychology. Her doctoral thesis was a grounded theory study exploring the role of alienation and connectedness in the life course of addiction. She specializes in treating addiction and trauma. She is certified in DBT and EMDR, two of the most highly regarded evidence-based methods in psychotherapy. Dr. Doss is a strong LGBT advocate and provides open and affirming support to her LGBT clients.
Dr. Doss’s earlier education included graduating cum laude from the University of California, Irvine in June of 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. While there, she received honors recognition by Psi Chi and Golden Key honor societies.
Nicole has been working with alcoholics and addicts in our California drug and alcohol rehab center as an advisor and counselor for many years. She is passionate about providing quality counseling and care to her clients. Her main focus is on integrating the 12 Step and disease models of addiction with experiential therapeutic theory. She is married to Greg; they have two adorable sons together and an energetic yellow Labrador Retriever.