Behavioral healthcare center has new approach to treatment

Cascade Behavioral Health will be announcing its new approach to addiction and mental health treatment at a grand opening event on Nov. 9.

  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018 10:46am
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The following is a press release from Cascade Behavioral Health.

Cascade Behavioral Health is officially launching its new approach to addiction and mental health treatment with a grand opening celebration Friday, Nov. 9, from 2-4 p.m. The center is located at 12844 Military Road South, Tukwila, WA 98168.

Highlights of the event include the following:

  • Light refreshments
  • Welcoming remarks by Cascade CEO Michael Uradnik
  • Presentation by Cascade CMO Dr. Jeff Skolnick
  • Information about Cascade services
  • Opportunities to meet members of the Cascade clinical team

During the grand opening, Cascade leaders will unveil the treatment center’s new mission and vision statements.

These updated statements reflect Cascade’s adoption of the SatoriWest Method©, a dynamic approach to treatment that unites Western brain science, modern psychiatry and traditional chemical dependency treatment with Eastern wisdom, awareness practices and holistic wellness.

“Our new treatment approach illuminates human potential and promotes comprehensive well-being,” said Cascade CMO Dr. Jeff Skolnick, who created the SatoriWest Method ©. “When individuals and families in need turn to Cascade, we will help them learn how to turn crises into opportunities to discover peace and happiness.”

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