Welcome to Hyde Park
Sunspire Health Hyde Park is a small, women's treatment facility in Tampa, Florida, for women affected by addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our approach to treatment at Hyde Park is evidence-based and abstinence-focused with a balance of experiential therapies for whole-patient wellness, all catered to the needs of each individual. The intimate setting and female-specific care fosters bonding among patients to build an empowered community that promotes healing in a judgement-free, compassionate environment.
Women often become addicted to substances or behaviors for different reasons than men and face specific challenges when it comes to seeking treatment, so all therapy focuses on the unique issues that women face in addiction and recovery. Gender-specific treatment is ideal for those who may have a difficult time opening up and bonding with their peers in a mixed-gender facility.
Hyde Park is located in a turn-of-the-century Victorian home on a quiet street of Tampa's historic district, just minutes from the Bayshore waterfront. The warm, homelike setting is ideal for healing body, mind, and spirit and escaping the chaos of addiction. With 20 beds available and a high staff-to-patient ratio, each patient will receive individualized care and will have the opportunity to develop lasting relationships with the dedicated staff as well as the other women receiving treatment.
The clinical staff at Hyde Park specializes in helping women overcome body image issues and disordered eating that often co-occur with substance abuse, and they also have special expertise in dealing with trauma resolution. Hyde Park's staff places the highest priority on treating each patient with compassion and empathy as they tackle these deeply rooted issues throughout their treatment.
Hyde Park helps women empower other women as they heal and also participates in local women's interest activities, such as the annual Breast Cancer Walk in Tampa, to further strengthen the power of female relationships. Activities like community dinners and the weekly psychodrama sessions further bolster the bonds between patients who become a support system even after residential treatment ends at Hyde Park.
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Levels of Care at Hyde Park
Detox is often the first step to recovery during which the substances of abuse are cleared from a patient's system under the supervision of medical professionals in a comfortable setting. While Sunspire Health Hyde Park does not offer medical detoxification onsite, we work with local clinics that are trusted partners and can provide this service to patients before they begin their residential program at Hyde Park.
Upon completion of detox, patients will begin their residential program at the Sunspire Health Hyde Park campus with around-the-clock guidance and supervision from our clinical staff. During intake, the patient will complete a full biopsychosocial assessment with our staff and will meet with their primary therapist in order to begin healing with an individualized treatment plan.
Treatment at Hyde Park not only focuses on evidence-based therapies and clinical interventions but also incorporates mind-body wellness for recovery. With access to a local fitness center and the incorporation of alternative therapies like art therapy, yoga, and mindfulness meditation practice, there are ample opportunities for women to heal physically, emotionally, and mentally. Patients at Hyde Park enjoy treatment in a calming environment that is close to several beaches, where they may participate in mindfulness walks under the guidance of compassionate staff as they clear their minds to begin life after addiction with a clean slate.
The daily schedule for each individual will be busy to keep patients focused on their treatment, and regular meetings with their primary and family therapists offer the opportunity to receive one-on-one counseling at Hyde Park.
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PHP is the next progression of care for patients after successful completion of residential treatment. Patients continue to reside at Hyde Park, but their care may be less intensive than their initial level of therapy.
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Hyde Park offers IOP on the same campus as the residential facility for patients who are continuing their progression of care. Patients who continue to IOP are given more independence at this facility as they begin to readjust themselves to everyday life while still receiving support and care to prepare for the transition to everyday life after treatment. Each patient will leave Sunspire Health Hyde Park with a comprehensive aftercare plan and will be able to participate in The Courage Program, which is a Sunspire alumni support network.
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Therapies Offered at Hyde Park
Family Program at Hyde Park
At Hyde Park we believe that including families throughout the treatment process is integral to our patients' success in recovery. In fact, at Hyde Park families undergo healing treatment in tandem with patients, though it may be via phone therapy sessions. Patients will meet with their dedicated family therapist on a weekly basis and will communicate with loved ones during these sessions as needed to heal the family unit and set the foundation for long-term recovery.
In addition to these sessions, once a month, families of patients are invited Hyde Park's Intensive Family Weekend during which loved ones will learn more about the science behind the disease of addiction and will be guided to confront their role in the addiction and in recovery. The patients join their families to get to the root of unresolved issues and to catalyze the healing process in order to improve communication and understanding. The weekend can be emotional for all parties, but in the long-term, it is vital to establish a firm foundation for lifelong recovery.
In addition to family therapy sessions, patients will be able to communicate with loved ones throughout their stay at Hyde Park. Any contact patients have with loved ones is at the discretion of their primary therapist who will determine if it is in the patient's best interest depending on their progress in treatment.Read more about Sunspire Health's Family Program
- Substance Use Disorders - A substance use disorder (SUD) is a chronic brain disease that causes a person to suffer uncontrollable addiction to a substance like alcohol, heroin, opioids, prescription pills, methamphetamines, cocaine, or any other drug.
- Process Addictions - A process addiction is a disordered behavior, such as compulsive gambling, sex addiction or eating disorders that interfere with a person’s ability to live normally and have healthy relationships with others. These may also occur with substance abuse.
- Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders - There are many variations of co-occurring mental health disorders, some of which leave sufferers at a higher risk of substance abuse, including: anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, and personality disorders.
Hyde Park Staff
Reid Jayme, MS, CAP, CET - Executive Director
As the Executive Director at Sunspire Health Hyde Park, Reid oversees the growth and management of the facility's staff, programming, quality of care, and business development. All of this is done in accordance with Sunspire Health's mission and core beliefs in order to offer patients at Hyde Park the greatest care possible from well-trained clinical staff and a facility that is running efficiently. With a Master of Science in Professional Leadership from Carlow University and a Bachelor of Arts from Wittenberg University, Reid has extensive experience in leadership roles at behavioral rehabilitation programs and facilities that help special populations throughout the United States. Additionally, Reid is actively involved in the recovery community for women in Tampa, partnering with organizations and participating in events that support women as they heal from addiction.
Angela Corbett, LCSW, CAP - Clinical Director
Angela Corbett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Addictions Professional with over 10 years of experience in the substance abuse and behavioral health care sector. As the Clinical Director at Sunspire Health Hyde Park, Angela leads a team of therapists and behavioral technicians in providing patient centered, trauma informed care in a structured and compassionate environment. Angela works from a strengths based perspective which emphasizes each patient's unique qualities and capabilities. Her primary goal is to empower those she serves to make lasting positive change.
As a graduate of Tampa's University of South Florida Angela is committed to serving her community through both the advocacy for and the provision of quality, evidenced based co-occurring treatment.
Alina Klein, M.B.A. - Director of Clinical Outreach
Alina Klein is the Director of Clinical Outreach at Sunspire Health Hyde Park after serving as Director of Admissions for over two years at the facility. Alina has many years of administrative and managerial experience, having worked as program manager for the Education Foundation of Sarasota and as intake coordinator for the Coastal Behavioral Healthcare Juvenile Assessment Center. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of South Florida and is working toward a Master of Science at Saint Leo University.
Racine Alequin, M.S., RMHCI - Primary Therapist
Racine Alequin is a Primary Therapist at Sunspire Health Hyde Park. Racine meets patients where they are at and develops a collaborative therapeutic relationship with each individual in her care. Before coming to Sunspire Health, Racine has spent time as a therapist in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has experience working with people with substance use disorders, mental health disorders, trauma victims, the LGBTQ community, and those dealing with legal cases. Racine has a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. John's University and is a registered mental health counselor intern. Racine has a certificate of higher education in forensic criminology and is currently earning her forensic certification while also training to become a Certified Addition Professional.