Who Is The Fullbrook Client
A Fullbrook client is a woman who loves deeply, wants to feel the emotions that come with everyday life, and wants to be there for her family and friends.
However, trauma and substance abuse have blocked her from being a source of love and usefulness to those around.
Fullbrook clients are daughters who love their families but have become the focal point of constant fear and heartache within the family unit. They are mothers who would sacrifice their lives for their children but are unable to put down the bottle no matter how many times their children desperately plead.
They are the women who have found a way to blame everyone for their addictions in an attempt to point blame anywhere but inward. They are the women who have become belligerent, cruel, and violent to those they hold most dear.
They are the women who cannot differentiate true from false and have become convinced their addicted life and the way they behave from trauma is the only normal one.
They are the women who build structures of hope and forgiveness when they swear to their loved ones that this time will be the last –– only to tear them down with another baffling and heartbreaking spree.
Characteristics of Women
Who are Fullbrook Clients Before Treatment:
Breaking the Cycle of Trauma and Substance Abuse at Fullbrook
Here at Fullbrook Center, we are gender specific to fit the needs of our clients desperately seeking a way to break the cycle of trauma and substance use disorder.
We have walked the path of recovery. We know first-hand the harrowing experiences of addiction, as well as the relief and freedom of long-term, sustainable sobriety.
We have extensive knowledge on the effects trauma has on the brain, and how it affects the lives and behaviors of our clients. We specialize in the treatment of trauma and substance abuse.
How Women Feel After Fullbrook Treatment:
A Fullbrook client is a woman who loves deeply, feels fully, and contributes for her family and friends.
The women who go through treatment find a new freedom and happiness by working the steps and going through a thorough trauma treatment program at Fullbrook.
They transform from inner turmoil to experiencing inner peace. They learn to be useful to others and their attitude and outlook on life will change and become more trusting, less fearful and more accepting.
They will experience a new life because their trauma and substance use will be treated, and they will have tools to use when symptoms are felt.