Holistic Treatments

What is Holistic Treatment?

We encourage our clients to experience different forms of healing that allow space for reflection and self-improvement. Our holistic treatment is supported by soft science and hundreds of years of different practitioners experiencing free through this holistic practice.

Holistic treatment is inclusive of all aspects of a person, it consists of everything having to do with a human being such as mind, body, spirit, connection and emotion. A holistic approach to drug and alcohol treatment is ideal for reaching optimal levels of growth, health and stability. What that means, is by treating the individual as a whole rather than just in parts with things such as medications and 12 step meetings. There is more of a chance for long-term sobriety as well as personal growth, we believe in treating the underlying issues that come with addiction. Another part of holistic treatment is the fact that it combines western and eastern philosophies and focuses on self-care and changes in lifestyle to achieve a more balanced presence in the world while staying open to all resources available. At 90210 we recognize that recovery is not a one size fits all model while holistic approaches allow for flexibility in individualized care.

How Can Myself or A Loved One Benefit From Holistic Practices?

Professionals who have experience with holistic treatments believe that individuals are made up of multiple parts that are dependent upon each other to function properly. This means that individuals that are experiencing any imbalances in individual parts may be susceptible to negative consequences in their overall health.  Holistic practices will allow for healing of interdependent areas that may be lacking balance in any way shape or form. Since holistic practices are rooted in love and support, it is a vital part of anyone’s journey on the road to recovery from the client to the family. We at 90210 Recovery place an emphasis on including holistic practices into a clients daily routine of recovery.

Holistic Offerings


Psychiatric Evaluation

2 Times Weekly 
Our board-certified addiction psychiatrist combine psychological therapies with the latest medical advancements to provide each client with compassionate, effective treatment.

Medication Assisted Therapy

As Prescribed 

There are a variety of non-narcotic, non-addictive, anti-craving medications like Naloxone and Vivitrol that we utilize in our program that help rebalance your brain and make it hard to feel the effects of drugs & alcohol.

Intimate Daily Groups


Our clinical therapists and counselors work with clients in small group settings to share their experience and assist clients in confronting their addiction head on.

Individual Therapy

2x Week

One-on-one therapy is a vital part of the treatment process. This is where clients can connect with their therapists and work one-on-one to identify triggers, map out behavioral patterns, and learn new coping skills throughout the process.

Psycho Educational Groups


In order to combat addiction you have to learn as much about the disease as possible. Our daily psychoeducational groups cover a wide range of topics from relationships, to managing money to physical health, relapse prevention and wellness.

Family Therapy

As Needed

It is often said that addiction is a family disease. While one person is addicted, the rest are affected in numerous ways. Family therapy helps the entire family heal and recover together.

Medications & Dual Diagnosis

Customized to Your Needs 

Often times, those struggling with substance abuse also have underlying mental illness that can be a barrier to long-term recovery. 90210 Recovery works with each client intimately to assess, diagnosis and treat any co-occurring mental illness.


Life Skills Sessions

1x Week

Unmanageability is a common occurrence for those struggling with drug & alcohol abuse. With our life skills education groups, we teach clients basic life skills that will assist on their journey of recovery.

12 Step Meetings

7x Week

It is widely agreed on by most professionals that involvement in a 12-step or recovery support group is key to long-term success in recovery. We introduce clients to local AA and NA meetings to familiarize them with the programs so they can begin to build their own foundation in recovery, while still in a safe, sober environment.


1x Week

Healing the body is Dr. Edward Hayes purpose. Each week, you’ll meet with our chiropractor for adjustments to get your in the best condition.


1x Week

We focus on getting
your body strong again, offering kickboxing classes every week. 

Private Gym


Our state of the art gym is available for use at all times.

On Call Physician

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

We understand that addiction can cause great damage to our physical bodies. 90210 Recovery offers 24/7 access to our available on-call doctor of internal medicine for all health related issues.



2 Times Weekly 
Instructor Cher helps us grow the soul with yoga practice. Yoga enhances positive thinking and meditation aimed at developing harmony in the body, mind, and environment.


2x Per Week

Lead by Monk Craig, we offer meditation class in order to pause, get centered and be present in the moment. Meditation promotes relaxation, reduces stress and enhances personal and spiritual growth.

Rock to Recovery

1x Week

90210 Recovery has teamed up with Rock To Recovery to discover our inner rockstars. Sometimes where words leave off, music begins.

Creative Therapies

3x Week

Art has always been one of the best ways to connect with your emotions and express them in a healthy, non-destructive manner. In our creative therapy groups, clients find their own ways to express their feelings through art & creativity

Why Does Holistic Treatment Help?

Holistic treatments such as yoga have been used for many years as a spiritual practice and a way to practice healing from within. According to some, holistic treatment is necessary because it gives each client an individualized path. This process nurtures “wholeness” and healing by respecting each patient’s unique physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and environmental strengths and challenges and honors each patient’s values, health belief and health experience.

According to Quora, a holistic approach is important because it is a science founded on our natural design. The Holistic approach looks for causes instead of symptoms, and works towards creating a sense of healing for self improvement. It teaches that the body, mind and soul are one, and that healing is possible.

What Is The Purpose Of Holistic Treatment?

The purpose of holistic treatment is to offer an individual alternative modalities that influence healing of the body, mind, and spirit. At 90210 Recovery, we believe that it is important to offer an array of group options to engage the clients and introduce new ways of healing and self-care. The overall goal is to encourage positive healing tactics in someone’s daily routine, if someone feels balanced and not lacking or falling short in some other aspect of their overall health then that person has a much better chance at longevity in sobriety. Clear mind, strong spirit and healthy body is a refreshing feeling. We know it can be scary and new to those who have been struggling with alcohol and substance abuse for any length of time, but it is our promise that once you or your loved one gets used to these changes they will embrace it and never look back.

Holistic Approaches to Addiction

By taking a holistic approach to drug and alcohol addiction, you will learn more healthy and positive ways to deal with stressful experiences. For example, triggers, or unhealthy relationships may be met with more patience or the ability to pause before reacting. Holistic practices support the mind and can even increase emotional regulation.

Instead of drinking too much to relieve stress, you learn to express your creativity by taking part in art, journaling, meditating or music therapy. A holistic approach in addition to enjoyable activities that stimulate your body and mind, you’ll gain even more benefits of recovery.