Part of the non 12 step program means never having to break a promise

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Even under the least stressful conditions, promises are still hard to keep. This may have something to do with human nature. The human mind is not perfect. Life would not be interesting if it was. In fact, not even autonomous creatures have been perfected and it may still be many decades before such a science-fiction realm is achieved. In the meantime, good care givers such as those running the non 12 step program, do get to keep their promises to the hard-pressed patients that are either sent to their clinic or reach out of their own accord.

This particular outreach was founded by Priya Chaudhri and Steven Booth. Today, they are the sole owners of a network of care-giving branches that reach out across the Malibu region. Do not for a moment believe that Booth and Chaudhri are only serving the affluent, well-heeled and famous. Giving vocational therapy to people with serious mental illnesses and life-threatening addictions goes beyond borders.

You can expect the Chaudhri and Booth team of therapists and caregivers to be working in less privileged and less developed communities at some stage of their weekly work or monthly work schedules. This is part and parcel of what being a holistic practitioner of natural/alternative mental health remedies is. Today, Booth and Chaudhri are running some of the most successful residential mental and addiction clinics in Malibu.  

Their article of faith to new patients is that when they make a promise they tend to keep it. Or at least they do everything within their powers to make sure that their promises are the realization of successful means to an end where dedicated alternative therapy that will work is concerned. The team is committed to serving their patients with transparency, discretion, honesty and integrity.

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