Passages Malibu is a non-12-step holistic drug and alcohol treatment facility that operates on a unique and effective set of all-natural healing standards. We integrate science-based holistic modalities such as massage, meditation, acupuncture, and other practices alongside traditional therapy and counseling. This alternative approach allows clients to heal their mind, body and spirit.
Our distinct philosophy is what differentiates us from the vast majority of other drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. We do not rely on volunteerism and we don’t force our clients to admit that they are helpless to their addiction. Instead, we focus on ways to place the power of recovery back into the hands of our clients.
With a custom Treatment Program presented by a team of dedicated addiction specialists, clients receive over 65 hours of one-on-one therapy per week on average. This individual attention provides a fuller experience with a greater chance to reflect and form personal revelations. Clients are encouraged to develop personal responsibilities along with a wholesome and obtainable life purpose.
Unlike most 12-step programs and other forms of non-luxury rehabilitation, Passages Malibu is equipped to go beyond mere detoxification. Passages Malibu has the training, expertise and equipment to diagnose and treat other physical or mental disorders that may have developed in lieu with, or independent of, drug and alcohol addiction.
When you are ready to have your addiction removed physically, mentally and spiritually, then give Passages Malibu a call.
Passages Malibu has helped thousands of clients naturally overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol since 2001. In that time, we’ve discovered that everyone’s addiction stems from four possible causations. Once these causes have been identified and resolved, the addictive urges are gone as well.
If you have a drug and alcohol addiction, it’s due to one or more of the following reasons:
1. A Chemical Imbalance
2. Events of the past you have not reconciled
3. Current conditions you can't cope with
4. Things you believe that aren't true