HOW WE TREAT
12-Step Facilitation Therapy
Find acceptance and healing in a structured environment.
Self-help groups empower patients to accept the realities of addiction and find hope and healing. 12-Step Facilitation Therapy is an addiction treatment method designed to increase the likelihood that a person managing addiction becomes affiliated with and actively involved in self-help groups like A.A. and N.A.
This method promotes acceptance, which includes the realization that drug addiction is a chronic, progressive disease over which one has no control and that life has become unmanageable because of drugs.
A.A. has been helping alcoholics recover for more than 80 years. A.A. programs are built on the simple foundation of group therapy and sharing, offering spiritual principles and community support in a safe and welcoming environment.
N.A. gives every addict the chance to find the opportunity for a new way of life. Members thrive in a welcoming environment based on the principles of communication, coordination, information, and guidance.
Find out more about the services available at MPower Wellness and start on your path to recovery.
Dr. Elizabeth Drew graduated from Hahnemann University School of Medicine and completed her family practice residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown PA. In 2005, she opened her family medicine office in Doylestown, and in 2008 she treated her first patient for opiate addiction.
Since then Dr. Drew has attained her board certification in Addiction Medicine, treated more than a thousand patients for addiction to opiates and alcohol, participated in programs to educate the community, traveled to Washington DC to educate our legislators, and served as Medical Director at some of the best addiction treatment programs in Pennsylvania.
She understands that addiction is a chronic disease that no one would choose to have, and her treatment philosophy is based on respect, compassion, and empowerment. She is excited to be the Medical Director of MPower Wellness and work to provide superior addiction treatment in Chester County.