Category Archive: 'Recovery' :

The Kiloby Center would like to share the following testimonial from a recent client who participated with us for the purpose of healing a long-standing addiction. Where do I start? To be utterly free from the bad dream that addiction can be. To be liberated from the feeling that you have no choice, from the […]

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Once again, scientific research is confirming our work at the Kiloby Center.  According to Science Daily, researchers have now found a link in the brain between the reward and stress/anxiety systems. These two systems are now considered to be working together as one “motivational” system. The “high” of dopamine motivates a person to keep using, […]

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Whether you are looking for help for your own addiction or you are a family member or loved one seeking help for another, it’s important to educate yourself about some basic concepts that are necessary to understand before you make those first important steps. Here are ten tips that can help in the process:   […]

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The Kiloby Center has been offering EMDR from the beginning through its Licensed Psychologist Kay Vogt. The Center is happy to announce a new addition to its staff – Kelly Lewallen, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who provides EMDR to clients at the Center along with Kay. Kelly also provides family counseling for the […]

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As Scott Kiloby states in his book, “Natural Rest for Addiction,” recovery is most successful when there is an integrative approach that includes all the aspects of our human experience, helping to heal us in every way. Here are some of the components of an Integrative Approach, used in varying degrees at the Kiloby Center […]

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Since the Kiloby Center for Recovery’s inception, we have successfully treated celebrities/actors who are struggling with addiction, anxiety and/or depression. They come from a variety of locations, including the Los Angeles/Hollywood/Palm Springs, California area as well as from several European Countries.  Our approach to addiction covers many behaviors including alcoholism, meth addiction, cocaine/crack addiction, heroin […]

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Because of the uniqueness of the approach of the Kiloby Center for Recovery, we are often asked by potential clients what a typical day looks like. In order to understand what a typical day looks like, it is important first to understand what we do at the Center. Our approach is based almost exclusively in […]

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Visit the Natural Rest website:   www.naturalrestforaddiction.com.   The book was released January 1, 2014 FOREWORD TO SCOTT KILOBY’S NATURAL REST FOR ADDICTION FOREWORD WRITTEN BY JEFF FOSTER What is spiritual awakening? And how is it relevant to recovery from addiction? There are so many books on the subjects of self-improvement, self-help, spiritual awakening, and addiction recovery […]

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New scientific research from the University of Western Ontario shows that the same part of the brain responsible for aversion/anxiety may be responsible for addictive cravings.  The researchers indicated that by targeting only those memories associated with aversion/anxiety and cravings, people could greatly benefit and recover from PTSD and addiction.  To read about this research, […]

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Virtually every recovery program talks about the need for readiness.  Readiness, according to most programs, involves initially the willingness to quit a substance.  It’s sometimes called “hitting rock bottom.”  Certainly quitting is a good start.  But it’s not necessarily what readiness is really about, especially with Natural Rest for Addiction.  In our program, readiness involves […]

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