BoardPrep Sponsors Physician Health Conference

April 2017 BoardPrep Recovery Center joins Caron Foundation and Bradford Health as Diamond Level sponsors for the annual conference of the Federation of State Physician Health Programs. BoardPrep Executive director Liz Harden: "Our sponsorship represents BoardPrep's commitment to promoting the important advocacy work being accomplished by State Physician Health Programs…

Individualized Treatment

Individualized Treatment At BoardPrep, treatment recommendations are developed methodically, based on the findings of the multidimensional clinical assessment. The findings prescribe and predict both the LEVEL OF CARE (intensity) and DURATION (estimated time before transition to lower level) that will most likely create the best outcome. When inpatient treatment is…

Dual Diagnosis

When a substance use disorder and mental health problem are happening at the same time, it is referred to as "dual-disorder" or "dual-diagnosis." This describes about 50% of people who present for treatment services. Common examples include alcohol use with clinical depression, drug use with bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder with pill…

Why can’t he quit?

The professionals at BoardPrep Recovery Center, an exclusive rehab in Tampa, Florida help families understand the answer to this question every day. Addiction is not
willful; rather it is a disease that “hijacks”
the brain. When you suggest a person quit or cut back, they may FEEL as though you are telling…

Choose engagement over everything else

John Harden - Sadly, addiction treatment clients who are involved in a traditional program may feel that it is just another form of punishment, not treatment at all. Treatment centers often reinforce that idea through "clinical over-reach," insisting on highly restrictive care in practically all cases. However, NIDA estimates that 95% of…

Why ask about cash rate for rehabs

[caption id="attachment_2163" align="alignleft" width="300"] Liz Harden LMHC, CAP, Executive Director[/caption] It's true that more Americans than ever before have health insurance. However, some insurers are up to their old tricks, making even more profits by denying basic care for people who suffer from substance use disorders and addiction. High deductibles and…