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Celebrity Rehab 3 And Dr Drew Failure

January 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I watched the first two episodes of the VH1 show, Celebrity Rehab 3 (Thursdays at 10pm), that advertises that it will follow Mackenzie Phillips, Heidi Fleiss, Dennis Rodman, Mindy McCready, Lisa D’Amato, Mike Starr, Kari Ann Peniche, Joey Kovar, and Tom Sizemore (Tom has not showed up yet) in an intensive 21-day drug rehab program.

This program is being supervised by Dr. Drew Pinsky, Medical Director of the Department of Chemical Dependency Services at Southern California’s Las Encinas Hospital.

The show takes place inside one of Southern California’s private addiction and recovery treatment facilities, the Pasadena Recovery Center. The center states that they believe in addressing mind, body, and spirituality in the treatment of addiction and offer several different “holistic treatments” which include yoga, meditation, acupuncture and fitness. (At least these 4 activities are a start to providing a complete program for true healing and recovery).

Celebrity Rehab Drug Program Failure

It was heart wrenching to watch the celebrities going through detox in episode two. Maybe it was good for some people to see it as a deterrent, but this is one of the areas where the rehab program completely fails! And this is where almost all conventional treatment programs fail. They are not treating and healing the brain first and using other holistic methods for quick recovery.

One of the first things they should be doing is using an IV to get the nutrients into the body as quickly as possible to detox and heal the brain neurotransmitters. This procedure also greatly reduces withdrawal symptoms and helps reduce relapses.

It is very unfortunate that Dr. Drew and the Pasadena Recovery Center is still using old outdated methods that have a high failure rate. The public should know that there are alternatives that are very successful.

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