The International Sportscience Institute (ISI) in West Los Angeles has been serving patients locally, nationwide, and internationally for over 25 years, always at the forefront of both clinical application and science. Most recently, ISI has introduced a unique medical program called NeuroRecover-ISI, which produces remarkably quick and long-lasting results for addiction recovery.
Jason Carney is a renowned slam poet who recently authored the book, Starve the Vulture. The beautiful and brutally honest memoir chronicles his struggles with violence, trauma and addiction. More importantly, it has the potential to validate and inspire those who are seeking recovery after having survived dire and discouraging circumstances.
His House was founded in 1994 and recently celebrated its 20th Anniversary!
The growth of the facility has been astounding. Starting with only 12 beds in 1994, His House exercised faith and diligence and now proudly serves a much larger population of those seeking holistic care in Southern California. Their gender specific facilities currently have 110 beds!
Dr. Stephen Sideroff has been an important part of the addiction treatment community since initiating a research program examining conditioned aspects of addiction, at UCLA and the VA in 1976. For the last 30 years, he has coordinated the Psychiatry department’s certification course in Chemical Dependency. Dr. Sideroff is an expert in resilience, optimal performance, addiction, and neurofeedback.
Dr. Haroutunian, best known as “Dr. Harry,” has been practicing medicine for over 30 years. His inspirations for contributing to the recovery world come directly from science as well as his personal recovery. He has maintained a longstanding private practice and has consulted with several residential treatment centers in the areas of medication assisted detox and treatment planning. Dr. Harry also works with high profile professional athletes and professional sports teams. Recently, Dr. Harry published Being Sober: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting To, Getting Through and Living in Recovery" and has collaborated with Dr. Louis Teresi, author of Hijacking the Brain: How Drug and Alcohol Addiction Hijacks our Brains - The Science Behind Twelve-Step Recovery. Currently, he is Physician Director of the Betty Ford Center Professionals Program.