So here I am, out on the road again, up on the stage, just shaking my head, trying to pretend that it really it doesn’t bother me, but it does. Right now I’m getting ready to call it a night after an eventful day of running around town with my client while he took care of a bunch of errands and resolved a few pending issues. So I figured I would share a little bit with you and anyone else who happens to end up reading this collection of late night thoughts from this lonesome and humble counselor in the field.
I am currently on assignment deep within the bedrock of the Silicon Valley, embedded somewhere between Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Santa Clara. Either way, no matter what my exact coordinates may be at the present time, at the end of the day, my job is to help my client essentially stay sane and sober, while he works hard to survive within the psycho-frenetic Silicon Valley lifestyle; living modestly, and so far undetected amid all of the outrageously over-valued start-ups, ginormous quarterly bonuses, exotic car dealerships, and of course, all of the seemingly couple-friendly massage parlors that appear to be conveniently located in almost every single strip mall here in the Valley.
And speaking about the challenges associated with staying sane and sober in the Valley, just a couple of days before I arrived, Silicon Valley was making headline news with a story that is sure to soon make it all the way to Dateline and 20/20. But this time, the story was not about a new revolutionary gadget, nor a major purchase by one of the tech giants like Google, Yahoo, Facebook, or Amazon.com. Instead it was about the tragic death of a senior executive from a major search engine company reportedly from a heroin overdose; allegedly at the hands of a heartless high priced escort.
For almost 15 years I have worked right along the tossed and tasseled fringes of power, wealth, and prestige, unfortunately none of which I have personally attained keluaran hk myself. Nevertheless, I have been able to help a lot of good people work through some of their most challenging personal issues with great care, personal attention, and in confidence. And as a result, I have also learned a lot about the relationship between wealth, sobriety, and sanity. Using the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation as a prime example, there is no question that a person, or in this case, a couple with great wealth has the opportunity to significantly improve the lives’ of countless people by working towards eradicating all of the diseases on the planet. Unfortunately, and tragically as more details of the search engine executive’s death continue to emerge, great wealth, also has the potential to destroy the soul with unrestricted and unencumbered access to secret worlds of excess, depravity, and all of the bottom dwellers that feed from within the deep pockets of pain.
Now, let’s get into the solution with a unified message and a solid plan of action to that we can work together to prevent another tragedy like the one in Silicon Valley, Sandy Hook, and Santa Barbara. I firmly believe that you are only as sick as your secrets. So I find myself taking a great deal of time build both rapport and trust with both the client and those who surround them. As a professional recovery companion, board registered interventionist, and licensed psychotherapist with a strong background in case management in both addiction and mental health disorders, I focus on creating, implementing, and monitoring Comprehensive Care Management plans to meet the unique care needs of the individual, as well as their respective families. By taking a more comprehensive and individualized approach, I am able to improve overall outcomes while increasing the prognosis for long term recovery for both addiction and mental health disorders by building accountability right into the foundation of the treatment plan, making compliance and progress more transparent and manageable. If you or someone you know needs help, just reach out for it. There is hope!