23041 Hatteras St, Woodland Hills, California, 91367
Harmony Place offers compassionate and comprehensive care for adults with mental health and substance use disorders. Located in an upscale area of Los Angeles in Woodland Hills, California, which is 8 miles from the Pacific Ocean. Our 4 residences provide a luxurious and safe environment that promotes healing. We focus on the individual and the family system valuing family participation on the journey to recovery. We not only treat addiction but also address the underlying emotional and mental health concerns that escalate the manifestation of symptoms associated with drug and alcohol abuse. We believe that addiction treatment coupled with stabilization of emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being is the key to successfully maintaining sobriety.
- Semi Private/Private Rooms
- Streaming Services
- Gourmet Chef
Drug and Alcohol DetoxAt Harmony Place, we provide drug and alcohol detox in Los Angeles. The support continues even when the detox is over. Additionally, we offer medication-assisted treatment and dual diagnosis treatment. Our staff is dedicated to helping people eliminate their dependency on substances. We address all underlying emotional concerns that can cause a person to abuse substances.
Inpatient Addiction TreatmentHere at Harmony Place, we offer residential substance abuse treatment at our inpatient rehab center in Los Angeles to those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. At Harmony Place, our beautiful Southern California treatment facilities offer a comprehensive and client-centered approach to residential rehab. Our clients can rest assured that their treatment team is committed to walking them through this new chapter of their lives and providing them with the most compassionate, competent inpatient rehab in Los Angeles.
Meet the Staff
- David CohenCOO/Clinical DirectorWith a passion for helping others in their journey toward lifelong recovery, David Cohen brings more than 20 years of experience as a licensed clinical social worker. He has worked as a clinician, director, and CCO, and has taught at both Loyola and Antioch in their addiction programs. His extensive experience working with clients, students, families, clinicians, and communities includes 16+ years in private practice, with a focus on addiction recovery, relapse prevention, and family systems. David is skilled at collaborating with others to coordinate and integrate mental health services while developing and implementing programs that foster sustainable health and healing. His commitment to research, ethics, and best practices has made him a nationally recognized addiction expert. With multiple print, television, and online appearances including CNN and The Economist, David is a sought-after public speaker and presenter on the topics of substance use disorders and mental illness. Clean and sober since 1996, David is determined to offer the highest quality care to clients by addressing their substance use disorder and mental health needs. He remains enthusiastic about helping clients feel empowered in their recovery and is equally excited to lead teams in providing dynamic, collaborative, and client-centered approaches. David fosters a strong culture of compassion, teamwork, mentorship, and integrity. David earned his Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and his Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Illinois.
- Brian Capp MFTTherapistBuilding a collaborative and respectful relationship are vital ingredients for meaningful therapy. I am confident in my ability in creating and maintaining an authentic and trusting environment, working at a pace that feels appropriate and safe for the client. Striving to reach one’s potential and vanquish sabotaging influences are what make therapy a potentially transformative experience. I believe a self-examination is an act that requires courage and merits considerable admiration. Uncovering roots of anxiety/depression, ADD, PTSD, and relational difficulties with significant others and business associates. Client-centered, cognitive behavioral, and existential philosophy are brief examples of therapeutic strategies that are sometimes used to facilitate relief or strengthen a client’s ability to respond to life’s challenges and opportunities. I believe strongly in the importance and necessity of a respectful and confidential environment where trust can be established. Changes that client’s make, are at the pace that is right for her or him. Beginning therapy requires considerable courage and is an admirable and rare trait.