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Kembali Recovery Center Opens its Doors in Bali Indonesia
Bali, Indonesia, December 31, 2017–Kembali Recovery Center has officially opened its doors in Bali, Indonesia, receiving a warm welcome from its clients and from the local community.
Discretely nestled in the foothills of Ubud, Bali, the Kembali Villa is set on approximately one acre of tropical landscape. The stunning facility is ideal for clients who seek privacy and tranquility on their path to recovery.
Kembali’s fully licensed and accredited drug and alcohol rehabilitation center is designed around the Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual model which utilizes strategies of self-awareness, empathy, trust, and informed intuition. This model, combined with a well-rounded treatment approach, empowers clients to become the best versions of themselves, free from drugs and alcohol.
Kembali Recovery Center offers four-week residential and outpatient programs, both with the option to extend treatment. For the duration of each program, clients have access to top notch care.
Integrated one-on-one therapy sessions with a licensed psychologist are part of the program, in addition to on-site work with a licensed drug and alcohol counselor. Clients will also have the opportunity to engage in mindfulness practices such as yoga and meditation. Extracurricular activities and weekly excursions around Bali island will be taking place as well.
“The path to recovery has played a vital role in both the lives of myself and my mom,” said Clayton Mallette who co-founded Kembali Recovery Center with his mother, Debby Berry. “We started Kembali because we wanted to give back what has been so freely given to us over the years.”
As one of Southeast Asia’s most affordable drug and alcohol rehabs, Kembali makes world-class treatment accessible to a wide pool of clients. It provides an ideal space for sharing in a supportive environment and, above all, it offers a solution.
Welcome home – welcome to Kembali.
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