Our clinically excellent staff at Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health offers an authentic experience that is unlike anything you may have experienced in drug treatment in the past. Our clinician-led, patient-centered treatment model was founded based on therapeutic principles and a commitment to providing top-quality mental healthcare to people working to overcome addiction and move on with their lives. We committed to building our inpatient treatment after serving our Palm Beach Gardens community for more than five years as an outpatient provider of psychological and psychiatric services. Contact Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health to learn more about our inpatient detox and residential rehab program by calling 561.414.2607.

Patient-Centered Treatment at Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health

At Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health, our drug treatment programs are built on our commitment to providing patient-centered care within the following addiction treatment frameworks:

  • Trauma-informed treatment
  • Cultural competency
  • Responsive and adaptable treatment
  • Commitment to continuing education
  • Empowering and inclusive treatment

Our Medical Staff Provides Clinical Expertise

The longer a person uses drugs, alcohol, or both as their go-to coping strategy, the harder it becomes to develop and implement any other coping strategy. At Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health, we recognize that the fear of withdrawing from opioids and alcohol often prevents people from seeking the help they most desperately need. As a result, our Florida detox team is staffed by an experienced, committed group of individuals committed to helping people through withdrawal.

Withdrawal symptoms are easier to handle when you have access to a medical detox program. Our management team has years of experience helping people overcome substance use disorders. We are passionate about not only helping people get stable but allowing them to gradually work through the issues that led them to overuse drugs and alcohol in the first place.

Withdrawal Symptoms Are Manageable With Medical Detox

Different chemicals cause different kinds of dependent and withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawing from certain substances without expert medical supervision can be dangerous. At Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health, we offer medication-assisted treatment to help patients avoid the severe health complications associated with many types of withdrawal. Severe alcohol and benzodiazepine withdrawal without a medically-assisted detox program can potentially cause life-threatening seizures.

Remedy Therapists: The Best and Brightest

We are committed to hiring the most talented therapists in Florida. Our team is truly passionate about helping people work through the issues holding them back, whether patients are dealing with a major life event or a troublesome thought pattern. Our therapists exhibit clinical competence, warmth, and honesty in every interaction. The individuals on our staff are truly invested in helping patients achieve their goals and become the people they want to be. We work to celebrate the individual qualities of a person that make them who they are.

When Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health is developing new procedures and guidelines, we turn to our experienced staff for guidance. Our full-time clinical staff has the management experience, commitment to excellence, and progress-centered approach to help our patients be successful.

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Akinboyede Akinyemi, M.D.

Dr. Akinyemi completed his medical school education at Avalon University School of Medicine, Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. A good portion of his medical education including clinical rotations was completed in the United States. Upon graduation from Medical school in 2012, he continued to acquire medical knowledge leading to successful completion of General Psychiatry Residency training at Larkin Community Hospital in South Miami. Florida. Due to his outstanding performance which included an exemplary display of professionalism, great leadership qualities, he won multiple awards including resident of the year award every year while in training. He also authored and co-authored multiple peer reviewed publications over the years. During his 4th year of his psychiatry residency training, he was elected Chief Psychiatry Resident.

Knowing the value of lifetime learning, Dr. Akinyemi has continued to acquire vast experience while working as a Psychiatrist providing care for patients with substance use disorders, mood disorders, personality disorder, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders and trauma related issues. His training and experience make him extremely comfortable working with various patient spectrums and multidisciplinary teams.

Dr. Akinyemi is passionate about the way medicine should be practiced and this surely reflects amply in the type of care he provides to all his patients. He enjoys providing education to his patients about the nature of their illness and available treatment options.

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Jon Goldblatt, LMHC, Psy.D

Clinical Director

There are times in our life when we become overwhelmed and as a result, may experience anxiety when we think about these challenges. During these times we may want to seek assistance but feel apprehensive about taking that step. This apprehension is normal, but it is also important that you regain control of your life. It is Dr. Goldblatt’s commitment to help you work through difficult periods of your life in a respectful and compassionate way. His vision is to provide a safe place where you can share your feelings without judgment. Dr. Goldblatt’s philosophy is to work with you, as a team, and create an environment to challenge perceptions. He can help you recognize and utilize the strengths that are within you, and help you develop new skills to help cope more effectively with life challenges. His approach is integrative and collaborative, based on trust, respect, and compassion.

In order to start this process, he would like to share his experience. Dr. Goldblatt is licensed as a Mental Health Counselor and graduate of Carlos Albizu University in Miami, Florida.  While at Carlos Albizu University, he earned a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling, a Master’s in psychology, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.  Dr. Goldblatt has over 20 years of experience in treating children, adolescents and adults. He has offered individual, couples, group and family therapy sessions. Over the course of his educational and professional career, he has worked in a variety of settings including eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. He has also worked with clients on issues such as depression/mood disorders, anxiety disorders, stress management, men’s issues, self-esteem, behavioral problems, self-harm behaviors, parent skills training, relationship conflicts, substance abuse and more. Dr. Goldblatt’s philosophy is to meet the needs of the individual with the overall goal of helping patients achieve a healthier and happier life. Whether you need support or guidance on your journey in life, he is here to work with you. If you are ready to take this journey, he looks forward to working with you.

Nithchel Marcelin, PA-C

Director of Medical Services

Nithchel is a practicing Physician Associate for 19 years with experience in internal medicine and physical rehabilitation. For the last 10 years, her focus has been on addiction and psychiatry. She is certified by the National Commission of Certification of PAs. Nithchel graduated from Touro PA Program in 2002 in New York City, where she practiced until 2006, when she relocated to Florida. Nithchel is also a medical officer in the United States Army Reserve. In addition to the medical services she provides, she also oversees the nursing department. Her position puts her in a key role for collaboration between the Medical Director, herself as a provider, and the nursing staff in order to provide the most comprehensive care 24 hours a day.

Licensed, Professional, Experienced Caregivers

Licensed therapists at Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health employ evidence-based therapeutic practices to help people struggling with any or all of the following concerns:

  • Substance use disorder
  • Medication management
  • Psychological health
  • Maintaining employment
  • Overcoming guilt
  • Respecting boundaries
  • Dealing with stress and strife

Collaborative Approach

Our staff at Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health embraces a collaborative approach for each patient and their therapist. We understand that different things work for different people, and our constantly evolving practices offer freedom, flexibility, and authenticity. Even if you have attempted drug treatment in the past, the environment may not have worked for you. Contact us to learn more about our newly-added inpatient addiction treatment program by calling 561.414.2607, or contact us online.