Every year, millions of Americans suffering from the devastating and deadly disease of substance addiction go untreated – despite the fact that the vast majority of them have access to professional long-term treatment. Sadly, many of the men and women who eventually lose their lives to alcoholism or drug addiction do so simply because their priorities are not straight. Accomplished and powerful business executives are frequently so dedicated to upholding their personage and status that they desperately try to keep any personal struggles under wraps. While attempting to remain in control, the disease of addiction steadily progresses, at what was once prioritized is eventually lost.
Fortunately for high power executives and other high profile businesspeople, the prevalence of addiction amongst this specific demographic has recently lead to the establishment of ‘executive treatment’ centers nationwide – inpatient facilities that offer care to those who prefer to continue working while receiving intensive addiction treatment and remaining completely anonymous. Unlike the majority of other residential treatment facilities, executive treatment centers provide patients with ample free time during which they are able to continue working, though remotely. If executives are able to put their work completely or predominantly on hold for several weeks, they will undergo a more intensive and effective amount of therapy in a structure very similar to most other inpatient programs. Group therapy sessions will be held on a daily basis, and one-on-one sessions will be held at least once a week. Underlying causes of addiction will be addressed and treated, including the stressors of balancing a high profile and time consuming job with a healthy lifestyle.