Additional Resources

Helpful information and details about our treatment partners and providers.

Alcohol Rehab Center: Additional Resources

Medical Provider

Matthew Dhieux PA-C

For over a decade, Matthew has worked with thousands of patients in the fields of internal medicine and neurology. He has vast experience and knowledge in managing the complexities of addiction, pain and unique medical conditions.

Matthew has a deep understanding of the frustrations of addiction and pain. He is passionate about assisting his patients by closely monitoring their treatment plan with carefully prescribed medications.

In addition to this, he ensures his patients success with their addiction treatment through a personal care plan which integrates with an individuals entire well-being. Patients will not only receive medication assisted treatment, but life-coaching, counseling and exposure to holistic treatments including massage, yoga and acupuncture.

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Neurofeedback Therapy for Addiction

Addiction is a serious disease that can impact all walks of life. We know that addiction is a multi-faceted disease in that it can be caused by many different factors. Addiction can be passed down by genetics, but we also know that anxiety, depression, trauma and many other factors feed our addiction.

There is no single type of treatment used for addiction since addiction is so diverse. Through many studies and research, it has been found that neurofeedback can be a very powerful tool in healing the symptoms of addiction.

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive treatment that helps your brain to regulate itself and help balance out any over-activities or deficiencies that your brainwaves may be causing. Our trained neurotherapist’s will take a QEEG of your brain.

A QEEG consist of a 20-minute recording of your brainwaves. Based off your QEEG we are able to make specific protocols to then treat specific areas of the brain that are causing your symptoms.

What does a session look like?

Sessions are 45 minutes long. The patient will be hooked up to a couple of electrodes and will be able to watch Netflix/YouTube with headphones on.

As the patient watches the video their brains will respond and will be rewarded (auditory and visual) through the technology. The brain picks up on these rewards and new neural pathways are learned.

Neurofeedback is a proven method to help minimize and change the neural pathways in your brain so that you no longer have to suffer.

What can Neurofeedback help?

Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Focus, Impulsivity, PTSD, Trauma, Motivation and Sleep Issues.

Neurotherapist’s working at Mile High Continuing Care have their Master’s in Counseling and are trained to help you or your loved one with addiction.

Neuraperformance Recovery accepts most insurance companies.

For more information please call –

Jennifer Kovach MA, LPCC at 720-487-9940 or email

1411 Ogden St.

Denver, CO 80218
Jennifer Kovach MA, LPCC


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Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health

The first-ever Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health reviews what we know about substance misuse and how you can use that knowledge to address substance misuse and related consequences.

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 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities and leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.

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Faces & Voices of Recovery

Over 23 million Americans in Recovery - Join Us Today!

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Facing Addiction with NCADD

Facing Addiction with NCADD

Commitment to bring together the best resources in the field in order to reduce the human and social costs of addiction! Facing Addiction has become the leading voice among the nearly 45 million people and their families whose lives have been directly impacted by addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse

The National Institute on Drug Abuse

Our mission is to advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health.

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