The Center for Lifestyle Change (CLC) is committed to providing highly effective and cost efficient assessment, treatment and referral for people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives related to the use of alcohol or other psychoactive substances or other addictive behaviors. Services are based on evidenced based research in the area of addiction and substance use disorder assessment and treatment and incorporates a broad spectrum of approaches designed to treat the whole person.
Substance Use Evaluation The first step in the treatment process is to gain a thorough understanding of the person seeking treatment. The better we know the individual, the more effective treatment can be. A typical evaluation may include the following components:
Initial assessment and clinical interview with the individual
Psychological / psychometric evaluation, if required
Addiction medicine specialist evaluation or consultation, if needed
Psychiatric consultation with psychiatrist with an addiction specialty, if needed
Provision of objective feedback to the client along with available community resources
Intervention Based on the information gathered during the assessment procedures by a licensed psychologist and Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), a decision is made about need for further evaluation or recommendations for the level of treatment that best suits the needs of each individual.
Staff Phillip Lett, Ph.D. - Clinical Director Tamara Rood - Practice Manager Mary Ann Ortiz - Administrative Assistant
Other Substance Use Disorder Services Provided Second Opinion Evaluation; Executive and Professional Evaluation; Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Consultation; DOT-SAP Evaluation/Consultation; FAA-HIMS Neuropsychological Evaluation including CogScreen AE; Psychological and Substance Abuse Evaluation; Other Work Fitness or Fitness for Duty Evaluation; Driver License Evaluation and Drug Free Workplace Consultation.