The decision to enter into treatment takes an enormous amount of courage, whether it’s your first time or there have been many before. If you are reading this, you likely have at least a part of you that desires change and believes things can be better. Embarking on the road to recovery is one of hardest things a person can choose to do and requires much support and compassion from themselves and others. I am honored and humbled by each of the amazing individuals I have had the privilege to walk alongside on their path of healing and revival. While the journey is never easy, never alike, and can be long for some, it is beautiful and rewarding in the end. And, it can be permanent. Lifelong. Everlasting. Can you imagine your life in full recovery? What does it look like? Feel like? Sound like? Can you visualize yourself on that path? I can see it for you if you cannot yet see it for yourself.
At Seeds of Hope we believe in whole person treatment – mind, body, and soul – in an individualized manner to help you and your supporters create a strong foundation for YOUR life-long recovery. It is our promise to provide a safe and nurturing environment in which to heal your whole YOU. The process of eliminating the negative power of your eating disorder and returning that complete power back to you is a delicate and gradual one but we stand firm in our confidence that this power will be fully restored to you if you are willing to commit to yourself. We believe in respect, honesty, integrity, and compassion as we guide you and your loved ones on this journey of rebuilding authenticity and balance in your life. Our hope for you is to build a new relationship with yourself, your supporters, food, exercise, and whatever else you identify through your work at Seeds of Hope. Together, we will support you as you develop the life you so desire and deserve. As you remember who you were and who you want to become. As you sow your recovery seeds and nourish them to grow in full hope.
In Service to You,
Crystal Vatza, MSCC, LPC, NCC, BC-TMH
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m Possible.’” – Audrey Hepburn