Rowe- Amanda- MA is a professional staff and administrator of the New England Drug rehab in Phoenix. She has spent the last twenty-five years working as an admi…
Rowe- Amanda- MA is a professional staff and administrator of the New England Drug rehab in Phoenix. She has spent the last twenty-five years working as an administrator, counselor, social worker, and a clinical associate at the respected New England drug rehab. It was her career experience that prepared her to start her own drug addiction treatment center in Arizona. Her five plus years of experience in the field of drug treatment, enabled her to start a rehab that offers not only comprehensive addiction treatment but also a complete break from the daily drudgery of life.
What makes Rowe’s Amanda- MA LPC treatment so unique is the fact that it offers both inpatient and outpatient services to cater to the specific needs of all types of addicts. This is a great advantage for those who are trying to kick the habit on their own but cannot locate the will power or motivation to leave behind their addictive habits and family, while allowing them to still attend to their employment and social obligations. Those who are able to stick to the twelve step program will also be provided with help in the form of a peer support network. All addict patients in the rehab will also receive individual counseling and individually tailored treatment plans.
When you add the fact that she has been personally treating drug and alcohol addicts for over fifteen years, you can begin to see why Rowe is recognized as one of the country’s leading addiction specialists. With a staff of licensed and experienced professionals, she knows that each patient is a unique case, and she works to find the best possible solutions. In fact, there are several ways for an addict to get clean and sober. Drug Addiction Treatment in Phoenix Arizona by Rowe- Amanda is dedicated to helping individuals make positive and lasting changes in their lives. Her philosophy is based on the premise, “Patients are patients, not criminals.”