Addiction can affect anyone, regardless of background, education or occupation. That’s why Profound offers a Professionals Program for adults.
A large number of the clientele we serve at Profound are nurses, doctors, lawyers or other working professionals. We are well aware of the ever-increasing demands and stressors being placed on working professionals and that life doesn’t just stop for you to get treatment.
While we believe it is important for each client to have space to focus on themselves while in the comfort of our care, we can empathize with the need to keep up with work, file for short term disability, make sure bills are paid, and ensure that your home and family are looked after. That’s why we do our best to make sure that professionals are still able to maintain their life to a certain extent.
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Who We Treat
Professionals from every field can benefit from our professionals rehab program. Most clients at our rehab for professionals are from the medical field, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers.
The increasing demands placed on healthcare workers make it difficult to take time for addiction treatment. They may wonder how long to break an addiction and how to begin.
Other individuals who may benefit from addiction treatment for professionals in Los Angeles, CA, include:
- IT Technicians
- Office managers
- Financial advisors
- Human resource managers
- Real estate agents
- Psychiatrists and therapists
- Police officers
Any professional whose absence from work could have serious consequences for their employers or their company qualifies for rehab for professionals.
Why We Offer Specialized Treatment for Professionals and Executives
There is a great need for addiction treatment for professionals. Working in the corporate world doesn’t mean a person is safe from experiencing emotional abuse and alcoholism. Professionals experience high levels of addiction that may be triggered by the stress of their working life.
Getting away from work to undergo drug or alcohol rehab for professionals is complicated because it affects their livelihood and the livelihoods of dozens or even hundreds of other people.
Offering specialized addiction treatment for professionals makes it possible for more people to get the treatment they need without endangering the financial status of others.