Dr Poonam Rampal- PhD (Dietician) Proper nutrition and hydration are key to the substance abuse healing process because they help restore physical and mental health and improve the chance for recovery. Macro and micro nutrient deficiencies due to prolonged substance abuse can lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and low energy all of which can trigger a relapse.
Our program targets substance abuse prevention and addresses nutrition because healthful lifestyle can promote mental health. And for those who are battling substance, nutrition plays the same key role in maintaining recovery while also improving the resulting health conditions and deficiencies.
Individualized nutritional counseling provided to the patients significantly improves the sobriety period, addresses their specific risk factors and increases their chances of recovery. Medical nutrition therapy targets the following goals-
Internationally Certified Counselor. Holds Masters in Psychology and Diploma in Counseling and Family Therapy. Has experience in providing treatment and support to those dealing with Drug and Alcohol Addiction. Adept at helping patients to address serious issues in their lives. Works with families to ensure best care for their loved ones.
Lavisha Dalal is a postgraduate in Psychology and has also done PG Diploma in Counselling and Family therapy. She has been working as a Rehabilitation Counsellor and has completed her intervention in Tihar Jail under the project “Samarthan” and have cleared ICAP (International Certified Addiction Professional) Examination, under The Colombo Plan.
Holds M.Phil in Psychiatric Social Work. Has experience in providing treatment and support to those dealing with Drug and Alcohol Addiction. Adept at helping patients to address serious issues in their lives. Works with families to ensure best care for their loved ones.
Richa Bagga Holds Master’s in psychology and pursuing Diploma in guidance and counselling Trained at providing therapy help to clients develop their strengths like self esteem & community involvement & recognising problems associated with addiction.