FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 8/15/2018
Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc. Partners with Dr. Phil’s Path to Recovery to Introduce Virtual Reality Therapy
Dana Point, California: Ocean Hills Recovery (OHR) is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Phil’s Path to Recovery as part of their drug and alcohol rehabilitation program. This groundbreaking virtual reality (VR) program was designed to help reduce relapse and improve overall outcomes for inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
Dr. Phil’s Path to Recovery was developed by Dr. Phil McGraw and his son, Jay McGraw. It has been featured on Dr. Phil’s daytime talk show.
Dr. Phil’s Path to Recovery VR program will add influence to Ocean Hills Recovery’s patients’ lives in the form of Dr. Phil himself. His distinctive voice is delivered from exclusive locations that our patients would never normally have access to, including on-stage at his show, and sitting with him in his private office.
This VR therapy complements the current inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation program at OHR and puts them at the forefront of virtual reality technology utilized in healthcare.
Ocean Hills Recovery is proud to add this tool to the therapies offered as part of their addiction treatment and dual diagnosis treatment services offered.
Watch Dr. Phil explain the VR Technology:
About Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc.:
The dedication and effort that is put into each patient of Ocean Hills Recovery is shown in their high success rate. The experienced staff works continually to guide each patient through their early recovery and ultimately helps to equip them with the tools necessary for long-term sobriety. Because addiction is often coupled with depression, anxiety, or other mental health concerns, Ocean Hills Recovery’s dual diagnosis programs combine social, medical, spiritual, and psychological interventions to ensure the best possible outcomes in recovery. Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc. is CARF Certified and has been helping people struggling with addiction since 2008.
About Dr. Phil McGraw:
Dr. Phil McGraw is perhaps one of the most well-known mental health professionals in the world. He is the host of the #1 leading daytime talk show, Dr. Phil, which was launched in 2002. Over the past 16 years, Dr. Phil McGraw has used the show’s platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues with compassion and professionalism.
Dr. Phil works alongside other leading scholars and behavioral scientists to educate viewers about state-of-the-art and evidence-based treatment options for some of the most challenging problems faced by individuals, couples, and families.
About Jay McGraw:
Jay McGraw is the Emmy ® Award-winning creator and executive producer of the syndicated daytime series The Doctors, as well as president and CEO of Los Angeles-based Stage 29 Productions.
Jay McGraw is co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Doctor on Demand, the successful tele-medicine app that allows fast, easy, and cost-effective video visit access to some of the best doctors, psychologists, and other healthcare providers in the country.
For more information, please visit OceanHillsRecovery.com.
Ocean Hills Recovery, Inc.
About the author:
Greg opened his home and heart to alcoholics and addicts in 2003. He is a Certified Addictions Treatment Counselor (CATCI). Starting in 2009 Greg has fostered the growth of Ocean Hills Recovery into one of the most respected and effective treatment centers in the area and has been working with people with addictions since March of 2001. Greg believes in a holistic approach to recovery. His focus is on drug alcohol addiction treatment with a combination of 12 Step work, therapy and counseling, and the rejuvenation of the body through healthful eating and exercise. He has designed his program to foster a family-like atmosphere and believes that people in recovery are just beginning their lives. He encourages the people he works with to learn to enjoy life in sobriety. Greg is married to Nicole; they have two adorable sons together and an energetic yellow Labrador Retriever.