Pax House uses the evidence-based therapeutic technique known as Motivational Interviewing (MI). MI is a non-judgmental, non-confrontational, and non-adversarial approach that attempts to increase an individual’s awareness of the full potential impact of their actions and behaviors. The program helps them envision a better future for themselves and find the motivation to achieve it. People change their sense of what is possible for their lives when they begin to fully grasp what might be gained through change. Pax House works with each participant to access the critical hope and motivation needed to change a particular behavior or life circumstance not consistent with their renewed vision for their own lives.
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James Burnett, owner, and CEO, is a general contractor by trade but finds his true strength and passion working with recovering addicts. James has been helping addicts recover since 2001. James shares his past struggles with addiction and his triumphs in recovery with addicts who are hoping to change their lives. James unique perspective and a priceless sense of humor bring a message of hope and light to the newly recovering addict. James uses his one of a kind style to communicate the reality of the disease, as well as the joy of sobriety, with humor and understanding.More
Marcia Burnett, owner and COO, received her Bachelors of Arts in history from the University of California at Berkeley. She spent 21 years working as an executive at Capitol Records in Hollywood. Because of her passion for 12 step recovery and over two decades of her own sobriety, Marcia made the decision to leave the music industry in order to provide treatment to others struggling with addiction. Marcia says “there is nothing as powerful and inspiring than watching a person whose life has been ravaged by the disease of addiction, transform into a hopeful, responsible, grateful, productive individual who becomes reunited with their family and their authentic self”.More