Welcome to Texas
Sunspire Health Texas is a treatment facility for men and women suffering with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders located in Princeton, TX. We take a whole-patient approach to treatment at Texas, integrating evidence-based interventions and abstinence-focused care with therapies that promote mind-body wellness in gender-separate programming. Every person who enters treatment at the facility is guaranteed patient-centered care that reflects his or her specific needs in recovery.
The charming, southwestern-style accommodations offer up to 40 patients a serene escape, tucked away on a sprawling, 46-acre estate with a private pond just a few hours north of Dallas. The facility features a swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center with full basketball and volleyball courts, as well as two personal trainers on staff. Patients become stronger physically as they heal and leave treatment with an exercise and nutrition plan to keep them healthy throughout their recovery.
There is a meditative walking labyrinth as well as low ropes course on the campus for patients to reconnect with nature as they connect with themselves. Yoga and meditation rooms give patients the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the inner workings of their mind and learn stress reduction techniques.
Our facility also promotes spiritual well-being with a pastoral counselor on staff who serves as a non-denominational spiritual advisor for patients who want to incorporate faith into their recovery. Patients also have the opportunity to attend Sunday worship services and weekly Bible study.
At Sunspire Health Texas we are proud to be one of the only rehabilitation facilities in the Dallas metropolitan area that gives patients the choice of following the traditional 12-Step method, the scientifically-backed SMART Recovery, or faith-based Celebrate Recovery for their self-help support approach, depending on which method best suits them personally.
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Levels of Care at Texas
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. Sunspire Health Heartland provides medical detoxification onsite with medical professionals supervising patients 24/7 and treating withdrawal symptoms in preparation for inpatient treatment.
Upon completion of detox, patients will begin their residential program at the Sunspire Health Texas campus with around-the-clock guidance and supervision from our clinical staff. During intake, the patient will complete a full biopsychosocial with our staff in order to design an individualized treatment plan and will meet with their primary therapist in order to begin healing.
Treatment at Texas not only focuses on evidence-based therapies and clinical interventions but also incorporates mind-body wellness for recovery. We also guide patients to healing with techniques like equine assisted therapy sessions and the ability to partake in fishing in the on-site pond to immerse in the tranquility of the countryside environment. We also guide patients to healing with techniques like tai chi and mindfulness meditation that allow patients to work on self-discovery and inner peace as methods of stress reduction, which complement the other therapies they will receive during treatment.
The daily schedule for each individual will be busy to keep patients focused on their treatment, and regular meetings with their primary therapist offer the opportunity to receive one-on-one counseling at Texas.
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PHP is the next progression of care for patients after successful completion of residential treatment. Patients continue to reside at Texas, but their care may be less intensive than their initial level of therapy.
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Therapies Offered at Texas
Family Program at Texas
Families are a crucial part of treatment at Sunspire Health Texas, and the families of patients going through our residential program will be included throughout the process during therapy sessions with an assigned family therapist.
In addition, once a month, families of patients are invited to Texas's Family Weekend in which loved ones will learn about the disease of addiction and its effects on the brain and body, as well as an explanation of how treatment is handled at Texas by our clinical staff. Families can begin thinking about an aftercare plan for their loved ones and also learn about their role in recovery. On the last day, patients will join their families to participate in exercises on healthy communication.
Throughout their stay, patients will have access to phones to contact their loved ones during designated times and with the permission of their primary therapist. Families will also have the possibility to visit loved ones on Sundays.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.
Selena Stockley - Executive Director
Selena Stockley is Executive Director at Sunspire Health Texas, where she is responsible for overseeing the 40-bed facility, managing employees, and ensuring the quality of patient care. She brings over twenty years of experience in various behavioral health areas that include business development, environment of care, and residential care.
Prior to joining Sunspire Health, Selena served as the Chief Executive Officer at Rolling Hills Hospital, Ada Oklahoma, a facility offering acute detox and residential services, which grew from 44 to 108 beds under her leadership. Before that she worked as the Chief Operations Officer for Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health in Tulsa, Oklahoma that provided behavioral health care services to children and adolescents.
Selena is a compassionate leader who values the lessons she learns from each person she encounters and truly believes in the value of serving others. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.
Manoela Fonseca Denman, MD - Medical Director
Manoela Fonseca Denman, MD, is the Medical Director of Sunspire Health Texas and is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who has been active in the field of behavioral health for nearly two decades. As Medical Director, Dr. Denman oversees the quality of care for patients and manages the medical staff, ensuring that the treatment programs are exceeding clinical standards.
Dr. Denman is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish and completed her Residency in Psychiatry (2014) and a Fellowship in Child Psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (2016). Previously, she completed Fellowships in Psychiatric Genetics and Neuroimaging of Mood Disorders at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (2006-2008). She graduated from medical school in 2001 at the School of Medicine, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil and completed her residency in psychiatry at the Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Dr. Denman is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians (North Texas Chapter), the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the Texas Medical Association, and the Dallas County Medical Society.
Elyse Deleski, LMFT - Clinical Director
Elyse Deleski, Ph.D. is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and serves as Clinical Director at Sunspire Health Texas, directing the development and implementation of the clinical program. Dr. Deleski brings over two decades of experience as a mental health professional to her role.
Dr. Deleski founded and directed New Perspective Counseling Services in Frisco, TX, a clinic offering services for anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationship counseling, and substance abuse. She has also provided in-home counseling to adjudicated youth in Arizona with a focus on substance abuse and trauma. She values human connection, which she believes is integral to her work in order to meet patients where they are at and help them get to where they need to go.
Dr. Deleski has expertise in several areas including improving relationships, stress management, premarital counseling, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, LGBT community issues, marriage and family counseling. She is recognized as an expert in her field and has appeared on television in an episode of Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Dr. Deleski earned her Ph.D. in Psychology from California Southern University, her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from National University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics from Hampshire College.
Jennifer Freeze - Director of Operations
Jennifer Freeze is the Director of Operations at Sunspire Health Texas, managing the day-to-day facility operations, accounting, and human resources to keep the center running efficiently. She comes to her role with over thirty years of experience working in mental health settings, including her role as Executive Assistant to the CEO of The Caron Foundation.
Before starting with Sunspire Health, Jennifer worked at the Caron Foundation of Texas and became Director of Operations once the facility was acquired by Sunspire Health in 2015. Jennifer believes that mental illness and substance use disorders deserve the same treatment as any other disease and strives to dispel any feelings of shame that those suffering with substance use and mental health disorders may have. She is grateful to be able to see the positive effects of treatment on patients' lives on a daily basis.
Delise Morris, MBS, LPC - Director of Admissions
As Director of Admissions at Sunspire Health Texas, Delise Morris supervises patient admissions, discharge planning, alumni organization, and utilization review at the facility. Before joining Sunspire Health, Delise worked as the admissions coordinator at Caron Texas and has worked as a psychometrician in various behavioral health settings, as well as offering private practice counseling. She received her Master of Business and Science degree in Community Counseling at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas Tech University.