Iris Healing is a drug and alcohol addiction recovery center nestled in beautiful
Woodland Hills, California, less than an hour from downtown Los Angeles.
At Iris, we don’t see people struggling with substance abuse and mental illness as
symptoms to be treated – we see people as individual, human beings seeking
healing from symptoms and underlying trauma.
The moment you decide you are ready to get help in your fight against addiction, our
team is ready to step in and help you through the first phase of recovery, which is
usually a detoxification. Our attentive and licensed team of clinicians make sure that
each patient is as comfortable as possible with round-the-clock support.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), is a revolutionary method for overcoming
treatment-resistant depression and other mental health issues, including addiction.
It’s FDA-approved, non-invasive and proven by research to be an effective way to
combat treatment resistance depression and addiction.
At Iris, we use the most advanced technology for our patients and are the only
facility in Los Angeles using MagStim’s fully computerized equipment.
And, while most major insurers cover TMS, it’s always better to be on the safe side.
complete our Online Insurance Verification form or call (844) 663-4747 for a free
verification by our team.
Neurofeedback therapy is a powerful way to train your brain to function healthily—all
without any medication or invasive procedures.
When someone is addicted to something, the brain gives that substance the same
level of significance as food. Addiction leads to the disruption of brain circuits
involved in reward and control.
Over time, other areas of the brain are recruited, cravings become harder to resist
and rewards less satisfying.
Neurotherapy pinpoints the misfiring brainwaves associated with a hijacked brain, and
conditions it to reduce resistance to addiction treatment—improving aftercare
compliance and long-term abstinence. So effective that UCLA researchers found a
60% reduction in treatment drop-out when patients received neurofeedback therapy