08 Oct Michael Walsh Joined HARP to Make a Difference in Alcohol and Drug Recovery
HARP treatment center is a well-known 30, 60 and 90 day inpatient facility. If you have questions about what a treatment program is, their admissions department can answer your questions. Michael Walsh joined HARP because he wanted to make a difference. HARP is a non-traditional treatment center that gives rehabilitation to people that want sobriety.
Gino Cicerchia, the CEO of HARP stated that “Michael Walsh is a powerful voice in the treatment industry.” He knows that Michael is caring, helpful and honest when it comes to helping people to get sober. The hope of Mr. Cicerchia is to change the lives of people wanting freedom from their addiction.
Michael Walsh is no stranger to the drug and alcohol arena. He is respected for his work both nationally and internationally. Previously, he was the President and CEO of the National Association Treatment Providers. He also served as a liaison to the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Michael Walsh holds a Master’s degree in substance abuse counseling. He is a certified intervention professional and a certified addiction professional. He understands pre-admission, intervention, admissions process, case management and so much more. His knowledge has helped many people to understand their addiction and how to deal with it. His present position at HARP is COO and executive director. HARP is one of the leading addiction treatment centers in the United States.
The center provides treatments such as: psychiatry, psychotherapy, family therapy, dual diagnosis and co-occuring disorders, psycho-educational treatment, individual therapy, group therapy, relapse prevention, grief loss therapy, chronic pain management, drug and alcohol abuse treatment and so much more.
Some of the activities that go on at HARP for its clients are: fitness training, ropes course, snorkeling, fishing, swimming, basketball, ping pong, massage, chiropractic care, acupuncture and yoga.
Having a Masters level clinician like Michael Walsh on the team at HARP brings new life to the program. He has positive energy that helps his team understand the importance of treating drug and alcohol addiction.
HARP treatment center treats clients 18 years of age and older. The clinical program is built on: peace, honesty, responsibility and assertiveness. HARP believes that if a person can make these principles a part of their daily life, then sobriety will become intrinsic.