Passages Malibu Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center Announces Launch of Cutting-Edge 'Brain Paint' Neurofeedback Therapy Scientifically Proven to Reduce Addiction Relapse Rate I...
MALIBU, Calif., Dec. 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The world-renowned Passages Malibu, the state-of-the-art one-on-one holistic drug and alcohol treatment center, today announced the launch of the "Brain Paint" Neurofeedback, scientifically proven to reduce relapse, as the latest cutting-edge therapy offered to its clients, who benefit from the fact that Passages now offers a more extensive array of therapies than any other treatment center in the nation. The introduction of "Brain Paint" elevates the Passages treatment experience to a new level by giving those fighting addiction a powerful new tool to achieve stability and the sought-after state of peak performance which athletes and musicians refer to as being "in the zone."
Known for innovation, Passages Malibu pioneered the most individualized and comprehensive treatment approach the industry has ever seen with more than 65 hours of one-on-one therapy per month. As the leader in personalized treatment, Passages takes the next step forward by offering its patients one of the most individualized treatment approaches invented. "Brain Paint" represents a natural extension of Passages' philosophy of customizing a tailored treatment program, rather than the typical disease-focused, one-size-fits-all rehab model. By connecting directly to the patients' brains, the therapists at Passages are able to gain insights into the minds of their patients and help them achieve an unprecedented level of mental stability.
Passages' newest treatment, "Brain Paint," works by tapping into the body's mechanisms, including self-regulation, to teach the brain to be more efficient and effective. Studies have demonstrated that the brains of individuals combating addictions are often highly unstable in the early stages of rehab. "Brain Paint" helps patients bypass the typical "flight-or-fight" reaction which many experience and train the brain's cortex to engage and achieve a state of r