Treatment Center Setting
Maple Mountain Recovery Philosophy
While many treatment professionals say they understand addiction is disease, many still treat it like a moral issue. We recognize that our clients' challenges, disturbances in their personality, and behavior changes are caused by brain changes. Most of our clients have a dual diagnosis, which means they are not only healing from addiction, but also mental health problems such as PTSD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression and so on. We treat our patients with care, respect and understanding they are sick. Safety is our most important value. When our clients feel safe in our facility, they can start healing from their trauma and improve their lives.
Areas of Specialization
Trauma & Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT)
Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT) uses the brain’s innate ability to adapt to change in a healing way, essentially “retraining” the brain to respond differently to familiar memories of trauma or pain.
Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
My experience at MMR was very uplifting! The experience was made possible by everyone that worked there. If you are looking for a small and supportive group this is the place.
I would highly recommend Maple Mountain Recovery. They have friendly staff, beautiful scenery, and an amazing program. It was overall a life changing experience.
Great treatment center! There is a lot of love for recovery here by both the clients and the staff! I love how they seek recovery from addictions in a number of ways; neurofeedback, individual therapy, group therapy, fun sober activities.
Maple Mountain Recovery is the best facility! The therapy you receive goes above and beyond what is offered at other facilities. They offer EMDR, Neuro-feedback, CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing, experiential therapy, family therapy, case management. It is amazing to see the work done to help people overcome trauma. If you or a loved one suffers from addiction, this is the treatment center to change your life!
My experience at Maple Mountain Recovery was great. But the best part is all the staff genuinely care. They continually went above and beyond, not only during my stay but to help me find a safe place for after my stay. They have all become an important part of my recovery!
The staff at Maple Mountain were compassionate, fully supportive and consistent in their approach and service delivery. I am responsible for my own recovery and deeply personal work which I have engaged in, but the self-empowerment I experience today is only because Maple Mountain provided me space and support to be truly vulnerable. My vulnerability was absolutely met with respect, love, understanding and a level of cooperation which I had not experienced in any other program. I became truly vested in my own treatment and recovery, which I have found to be a key ingredient for a quality recovery, which I believe makes all the difference in my ability to sustain my new, peaceful and fulfilling lifestyle.
Meet the Staff
Dr. Terry Sellers
Dr. Terry L. Sellers believes he is a lucky man. He spends his days surrounded by people he loves working in a profession which creates passion and energy for him. Through his experience, education, and life lessons he is now able to work in the addiction field as a board certified addiction medicine physician. To Dr. Sellers, this means he is able to give back to others the hope and freedom that was given to him over ten years ago when he was struggling with his own opiate addiction. Dr. Sellers grew up in Clearwater, Florida. He received his medical degree from Saint Louis University School of Medicine and completed an OB/GYN residency at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Dr. Sellers practiced Obstetrics and Gynecology in Provo, UT for 12 years, delivering over 6,000 babies. Years of migraine headaches sparked his addiction to pain medications. He spent many years suffering with a desire to stop using opiates and the inability to do so. He ultimately decided to get help using substance abuse treatment and gave up his lifestyle of being a solo obstetrician. He now has 10 years of recovery from drug addiction and is rigorously active in the recovery community. Living a recovery lifestyle for the past decade has created a new perspective on life and what is important to him. Ultimately, Dr. Sellers is now passionate about being of service to the suffering addict in any capacity he is able to provide. He has a relentless desire to offer to others hope and the permission to change course and direction from the devastating use of drugs and alcohol. Dr. Sellers is married with three adult children and four grandchildren. He enjoys golf, sushi, traveling, and humanitarian endeavors.
Tina Campbell, SUDC
Director of Case Management
Tina Campbell has been with MMR since it’s opening in February 2014. She has a Bachelors Degree in Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University and then completed the Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor certification program in 2008. She is a licensed substance use disorder counselor and has been in recovery since 2005. Tina is the Client Care Coordinator at Maple Mountain. She meets with clients each week for case management to ensure their needs are being met and they are making progress in their individualized programs, including discharge planning. She also teaches several of the psycho-educational workshops including Spirituality Class, Relapse Prevention Planning, Life Skills, and a Seeking Safety Workshop.
Director of Marketing and Client Relations
A recent, and significant professional member of our team is Mechelle Boman. After years of battling her own addictions, Mechelle has developed a personal passion for recovery. She believes in the old-fashioned art of “Just loving people”. Mechelle instinctively knows how to help people achieve their goals and live a life of sobriety. “Taking care of people” is what she does best and this gift of hers has vaulted her into her current position. Aside from learning about addiction from what she calls the "school of hard knocks." She is married to Darin and the mother of two beautiful children, Paizley and Bridger, plays all kinds of sports, loves camping, and enjoys riding her motorcycle.
Cliff Simpson CHMC
Cliff Simpson received Bachelors of Science degrees from Southern Utah University in Psychology and Criminal Justice. While working as the program director at a residential treatment center for girls, he realized that he wanted to do therapy and returned to school to get a Master’s Degree in Mental Health counseling from Capella University. His varied life and work experiences have presented him with opportunities from swinging a hammer for 25+ years to working in residential and hospital settings. Addiction treatment is personal for him as he was raised in a home where addiction was prevalent and he now works on his ongoing recovery from alcohol. He is invested in the idea that addiction has an underlying cause and this cause is frequently trauma. He uses various modalities as it applies to treatment including Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodrama, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Emotional Focused Therapy. In his spare time, Cliff spends as much time as he can with his family, especially his four granddaughters.
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ABOUT MAPLE MOUNTAIN RECOVERY
Founded in 2014, Maple Mountain Recovery is a premier, upscale treatment facility that provides a residential treatment program for adults struggling with addiction and/or co-occurring disorders. It is located in the picturesque, rural community of Mapleton, Utah, in an 11,000 sq. foot, homelike facility.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon admission, clients undergo a comprehensive evaluation and assessment to guide clinicians in forming a highly individualized treatment curriculum. Clients are also pre-screened and receive a free, initial assessment to ensure that the residential program is an appropriate level of treatment. According to the facility’s website, the residential program offers a full spectrum of “substance dependence treatment,” as well as “holistic treatment concepts that promote the healing of the mind, body and spirit.”
Core programming consists of individual and group counseling, as well as other evidence-based therapies. Neurofeedback sessions, such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and Cranial Electrotherapy Therapy (CET), may be utilized to address issues of trauma.
Ongoing psychiatric evaluations and medication management may also be integrating into treatment to address symptoms of co-occurring mental health disorders. Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is used to help clients find mindfulness and better emotional stability.
Along with traditional treatment methods, Maple Mountain Recovery also incorporates a range of holistic approaches to treatment. These may include guided meditation, nature walks, yoga, and Tai Chi. Recreational therapy, fitness regimens, and nutritional counseling may also play a role in programming. The innovative Serenity BioSound Lounge utilizes vibrations, audio, and sound to calm clients and relieve anxiety.
The treatment staff may include mental health practitioners, psychiatrists, substance abuse and mental health counselors, social workers, case managers, a physician, and behavioral health technicians.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Located on a two-acre parcel of land, the repurposed 11,000 sq. foot residential facility is surrounded by the Spanish Fork and Ether Peaks, offering incredible views of the surrounding mountains. The facility also features an on-site gym, dry sauna, theater room and sprawling grounds to explore. Clients do not have access to their cell phones during treatment.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
To date, Rehabs.com has received three alumni reviews for Maple Mountain Recovery. The feedback was extremely positive. The alumni gave the facility five out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, accommodations, meals, exercise and leisure opportunities, its holistic offerings, affordability, facility maintenance, and its available counseling options.
One alum gave the facility three out of five stars for its integration of the 12-Step program and its faith-based programming.
Alumni frequently praised the staff members and the individualized attention. Alum L.B. wrote: “Individualized, family support, treatment methods.” An anonymous alum agreed and wrote: “One on one. Friendly atmosphere. The care of the staff.”
On Google, the facility earned five out of five stars from 30 reviews to date. Many of the alumni wrote that the facility changed their life and praised the staff. In a representative review, alum Mattie wrote: “The staff truly cares about every individual who walks through their doors.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
At the time of this writing, Rehabs.com has received five reviews from loved ones about Maple Mountain Recovery. The feedback was mostly positive, with some noted areas of improvement.
Loved ones gave the facility four out of five stars or higher for its accommodations and exercise and leisure opportunities. All loved ones asked about the program’s treatment effectiveness also gave the facility four out of five stars or higher.
Two of the loved ones gave three out of four stars or lower for meals and nutrition, holistic offerings, connectivity, and family participation. One of the loved ones credited the opportunities for improvement with the facility’s relative newness. The loved one, H.F., wrote: “They are new and need some time to fine tune their processes.”
WHAT STAFF SAY
Three staff members have provided feedback about Maple Mountain Recovery to date. Their feedback was extremely positive with five out of five stars given for the program’s holistic offerings, cleanliness, affordability, available counseling options, and the staff’s level of experience.
One of the three staff members gave the facility four out of five stars for its level of family participation and exercise and leisure options, and three out of five stars for its connectivity.
Maple Mountain Recovery accepts some private health insurance plans, including Cigna, Humana, Coventry One, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and others. Payment plans, self-pay options, and scholarships are also accepted.
Updated April 2017
Published on June 2017
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