If you are looking for mental health and addiction treatment for a client with anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder, finding a program for dual-diagnosis is important. At Promises Five Palms, we provide addiction treatment programs focused on mental health and wellness, which can lead to substance abuse treatment for addiction as needed.
Promises Five Palms works closely with referring therapists, physicians, and other clinical professionals to provide addiction and mental health treatment for a client. We also offer higher levels of care for those with trauma, mental health disorders, and other behavioral health issues. We’ll partner with you. While providing regular updates throughout your client’s time with us, we’ll make sure there’s a seamless transition back into your care after treatment. It is our goal to welcome your client as a part of our family, and we promise to keep you as a key part of their journey along the way.
If you have questions about referring a client or are interested in experiencing our facility and staff, we can help.
What We Offer
24/7 on-site admissions
LEVELS OF CARE
Residential Addiction Treatment
Residential Mental Health Treatment
Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment
Partial Hospitilization Program
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Rooted Alumni Program
WHAT WE TREAT + TREATMENT MODALITIES
Due to safety reasons related to COVID-19, virtual family sessions available as scheduled by therapists
DBT has proven to be a powerful tool to help treat individuals suffering from depression, trauma and PTSD, and substance abuse problems. This modality helps clients develop mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is useful for anyone who wants to learn how to better manage and respond to stressful events.
Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) / Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
MOUD helps people who want to stop using opioids by combining evidence-based therapies with certain medications. These medications can help increase the chances of a person sticking with their recovery goals while also decreasing overdose chances.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR draws on the brain’s innate ability to heal itself and form new connections. Individuals who may benefit most from EMDR have experienced trauma or have other behavioral health concerns related to memories.
ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy)
ART works directly to reprogram the way in which distressing memories and images are stored in the brain so that they no longer trigger strong physical and emotional reactions. This is done through the use of rapid eye movements similar to eye movements that occur during dreaming.
TIR (Trauma Incident Reduction)
TIR is a rapid (compared to traditional therapy) method of effectively reducing traumatic stress from emotionally and/or physically painful events in the past. It involves re-experiencing past traumas in a completely safe environment, free of distractions, judgments, or interpretations.
Various modalities that teach the art of thinking, acting, and being in the moment, unburdened by history or expectations for the future. Clients learn to be in the here and now without judgment, observing feelings and urges without needing to “fix” them
Experiential therapy teaches important recovery lessons about trust, communication, perseverance, team-building and overcoming obstacles.
Gender Seperate Hallways
24/7 Nursing staff
Other outdoor break activities
Designated outdoor-only smoking & vaping areas
Cell phone / Call Policy
There is no-call policy in the first three days of treatment for clients so that they can focus on their treatment plan and health. Facility phone or personal cell phone allowed for use for clients 2 hours day / 7 days a week.
Online non-denominational services
Daytona and Orlando
Agency for Health Care Administration (ACHA)
Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF)
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Dr. Deckard is passionate about creating evidence-based programming that allows patients to heal and flourish during treatment. She enjoys building and managing professional teams and seeing the growth from the first day people come to the facility until the day they leave. Her specialties include trauma, EMDR, psychological testing and forensics.
In almost 20 years as a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Deckard has served as executive director of a Hilton Head treatment center, a psychologist for the U.S. Department of Defense, a nursing home administrator, in private practice working with TBI and dementia, and creating programming for the severely mentally ill. She received her Doctorate of Psychology from Argosy University-Tampa campus, where she had a focus on clinical psychology and forensics. Outside of work, Dr. Deckard loves to travel and exercise her creative muscles through painting and writing. She also enjoys a good game of darts and spending time with her family.