BEST-SELLING AUTHOR AND AUTHORITY ON ADDICTION VISITS NEW JERSEY’S FIRST AMBULATORY DETOX CENTER AND SHARES HIS RECOVERY STORY WITH PATIENTS
New Jersey –June 3, 2016 – The Center for Network Therapy (CNT), New Jersey’s first state licensed ambulatory detox facility for all substance abuse, welcomedBrian Cuban,best-selling author and person in long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Cuban visited CNT on Friday, June 3rdfor a tour of the outpatient detox treatment facility. Cuban shared his personal experiences, struggles and recovery with CNT staff and patients.
An authority on body dysmorphic disorder, male eating disorders and addiction, Cuban is the author of book, “Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder.” It chronicles his first-hand experiences living with, and recovering from, 27 years of eating disorders, alcoholism, drug addiction and Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Cuban’s second book, “The Addicted Lawyer: Tales of the Bar, Booze, Blow and Redemption,” will be released in 2017 and chronicles Cuban’s time working as an attorney who was addicted to cocaine, alcohol, Ambien, and opioid medication.
“I know the challenges of dealing with destructive behaviors and wanting to change what I saw in the mirror,” said Cuban. “Recovery is rarely a straight road and can have setbacks, but I am glad I stuck with the process and recently celebrated my ninth year in sobriety. Iam grateful to be able to share my story with those fighting this disease with the help of the Center for Network Therapy. Their outpatient detox model has been proven effective for those seeking to end the cycle of addiction”
“We are honored to have Brian Cuban visit the Center for Network Therapy. His struggle speaks to the importance of getting help and his story will inspire both our patients and staff as we fight this disease, one patient at a time.” said Dr. Cidambi. “We thank Brian Cuban for sharing his story with us as we work to connect the success of our program with inspiration for the future.”
For more information on substance abuse dependency, addiction and treatment, please go to www.RecoveryCNT.com.
About Dr. Indra Cidambi
Indra Cidambi, M.D., Medical Director, Center for Network Therapy, is recognized as a leading expert and pioneer in the field of Addiction Medicine. Under her leadership the Center for Network Therapy started New Jersey’s first state licensed Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detoxification program for all substances nearly three years ago. Dr. Cidambi is Board Certified in General Psychiatry and double Board Certified in Addiction Medicine (ABAM, ABPN). She is fluent in five languages, including Russian.
About Center for Network Therapy
Center for Network Therapy (CNT) was the first facility in New Jersey to be licensed to provide Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detoxification Services for all substances of abuse – alcohol, anesthetics, benzodiazepines, opiates and other substances of abuse. Led by a Board Certified Addiction Psychiatrist, Indra Cidambi, M.D., experienced physicians and nurses closely monitor each patient’s progress. With CNT’s superior client care and high quality treatment, Dr. Cidambi and her clinical team have successfully detoxed over 600 patients in nearly three years. Visit RecoveryCNT.com for more details on CNT.
About Brian Cuban
Brian Cuban is an author whose best-selling book, Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder, chronicles his first-hand experiences living with, and recovering from, twenty-seven years of eating disorders, alcoholism, drug addiction and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). He has spoken at colleges and universities across the United States and in Canada. Brian has appeared on prestigious talks shows such as the Katie Couric Show as well as numerous media outlets around the country. He also writes extensively on these subjects. His columns have appeared on CNN.com, Foxnews.com, The Huffington Post and in online and print newspapers around the world. Brian second book, entitled, The Addicted Lawyer: Tales of the Bar, Booze, Blow and Redemption, will be released in 2017.Share