Sabino Recovery is a small community that creates a unique environment by individualizing care for each and every one of our residents.
The staff here at Sabino Recovery are remarkable in their clinical savvy and the way they love residents through their trauma and fear. They create a calm, safe and healing environment.
Nursing Director, Cassandra Dick talks about the love, compassion, and skills of the staff.
CEO Thomas Isbell gives his personal account on the journey of sobriety and explains how Sabino Recovery accomplishes the goal of giving that same success to others.
Clinical Director, Peggy Holt talks about the staff, environment, a wide variety of modalities and the way we work with residents to customize their healing makes this a special place.
Meet Watson the Golden Retriever, the most popular "person" at Sabino Recovery, best listener and in contention for the best therapist. He is ready to offer unconditional love to everyone on campus.
Dr. Dawn Bantel, Medical Director at Sabino Recovery discusses how trauma and addiction affect one's health.
No one loves horse more than our Clinical Director, Peggy Holt. In this video, she describes the healing power of horses.
Dr. Bantel explains how using both Naturopathic and Allopathic, or Western Medicine allows for a comprehensive "whole person" approach to health and can help our residents resolve pain, insomnia, anxiety, digestive issues and more.
Nuerotherapist at Sabino Recovery, Andrea Copland, discusses how Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback can be a powerful tool to diagnose and treat mental health issues.
Robin Memel-Fox, Family Therapist discusses the family program at Sabino Recovery and its significance for healing the family.
CEO Thomas Isbell talks about the variety of modalities and integratives available at Sabino Recovery, including neurofeedback, EMDR, Brain Mapping, and more.
Dr. Bantel discusses how Sabino Recovery ensures that resident health is approached comprehensively with a focus on every aspect of their lives including; lifestyle, pain experience, exercise, health history, and diet. Many times, residents report it was the first time they have ever "felt heard."