310.280.3692

Our Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program at Beit T’Shuvah is for adults, 18 and older, who are ready to make the commitment to recovery, but due to personal and professional obligations, inpatient treatment is not an option.

Our individualized program is unique in that we are the only not-for-profit community-based IOP providing clients with their own team of professionals dedicated to their recovery. Each client is assigned an addiction counselor, a psychotherapist, and a spiritual counselor, which allows us to provide truly individualized treatment. As a not-for-profit, we are able to focus on recovery and to help each of our clients create a sustainable foundation upon which they can rebuild their lives.

Our program is comprised of a combination of 12-step recovery and spirituality; we embrace all therapeutic modalities, including medical-assisted recovery. Each day clients will participate in a combination of individual therapy and process group sessions, will meet with their addiction and spiritual counselors as well as participate in their choice of community activities which will aid in their transition back to a meaningful life. Our integrative approach works on mind, body and spirit.

We offer all the benefits of an inpatient treatment program while allowing clients to take care of their family and work responsibilities.

RECOVERY TOPICS

  • Understanding Addiction
  • Anger/Resentment
  • Relationships
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Family Issues
  • Mindfulness
  • Grief and Loss
  • Self-esteem
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Self-care
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • 12-Step Involvement
  • Trauma
  • Sexual Concerns
  • Identity
  • Spirituality

Facts About Beit T’Shuvah

Our motivation is making a difference, not making money. We will not turn anyone away based on an inability to pay.

  • We accept all PPO insurance.
  • We have sliding scale payment options.
  • We offer full or partial scholarships which are subsidized by our generous donors.

Call Us Now and Speak To An Addiction Specialist

310.280.3692

Our Team

Robert H. Landes

Robert H. Landes

Interim Director of Outpatient Services
Adam Berg, M.A., MFTI

Adam Berg, M.A., MFTI

Director of Clinical Services/Program Therapist
Rebecca Share, PsyD

Rebecca Share, PsyD

Director of Therapy Services/Psychologist
Marci Berry, CADC

Marci Berry, CADC

Addiction Counselor
Micha’el Akiba, M.A., M.Div.., M.Th., M.Mus

Micha’el Akiba, M.A., M.Div.., M.Th., M.Mus

Spiritual Counselor
Brandon Berry CADAC II

Brandon Berry CADAC II

Admissions and Administrative Director
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Clinical Modalities

Our clinical team utilizes the latest therapeutic modalities, individualized for each clients’ needs.

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310.280.3692

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8847 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034

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