Waismann Method Rapid Detox
Our Mission is to Reverse Opiate Dependence Comfortably, Safely, and Effectively.
Waismann Method ® Advanced Treatment for Opioid Dependence was founded in the late ’90s by Clare Waismann, RAS/SUDCC. Her efforts were in collaboration with C. Bernstein, M.D., and M.H. Lowenstein, M.D. Since then, the team has concentrated on one single treatment location-based exclusively in Southern California.
Our focus is to provide superior and individual care to every patient who walks through our doors. — Clare Waismann
WAISMANN METHOD® Rapid Detox Location
You can only find the actual Waismann Method Rapid Detox in So. California. We have one single location worldwide, where we concentrate all our efforts to provide the best rapid detox you can find. There are NO DOCTORS OR CENTERS AFFILIATED WITH US REGARDLESS OF NAME OR LOCATION.
If it’s not in So. California, it is NOT Waismann Method®
What is the difference between WAISMANN TREATMENT™ and other rapid detox centers?
WAISMANN DETOX™ Patients Receive:
- Quadruple Board-Certified Medical Director
- Full-Service JCAHO Accredited Hospital
- Private Hospital Room
- Admission a Day Before Rapid Detox for Comprehensive Medical Evaluation
- Our Medical Director performs all Rapid Detox in a Private ICU Room.
- Recovery Center for a few Days, with Supportive Medications, and Therapeutic Treatments also Included
- Transportation to and from the Airport
After more than 22 years, Waismann Method® rapid detox treatment center has earned a worldwide reputation for exceptional care and unparalleled opioid treatment results.
Additionally, our success results from excellence in inpatient medical care, a responsibility to our patients, and our professional staff’s experience. Overall, we have successfully helped thousands of patients achieve freedom from opioid drugs with the best and safest rapid detox procedure available.
Clare Waismann, SUDCC/ RAS
Founder of the Waismann Method® Advanced Treatment of Opiate Dependence and Domus Retreat
“Instead of focusing on the condition, health care professionals should hear, see and understand each individual’s unique health needs.” – C. Waismann.
For over two decades, Clare has advocated against the unfair stigma and negative preconceived ideas associated with addiction and mental illness.
In Her Own Words:
“I have always been highly interested in the science surrounding mental health. Although I did not quite understand the depth and heartbreaks of addiction in my early days, after almost a quarter of a century of study, training, and hands-on experience, I am humbled with the realization of the multiple dimensions of this condition.
Although there is not one single or simple solution, there are many valuable resources and excellent results. I also learned that knowledge, professionalism, and compassion are necessary tools health care workers must possess. There is no place for stigma, judgment, or arrogance.
I strive to provide a safe space for those seeking help, where concerns are heard and evaluated, and where individual needs are carefully and respectfully examined. Treatment options are decided purely on patients’ needs and not on preset protocols that benefit the program more than the patient. I want the patient to have a meaningful experience. One that will help them choose a healthier path. I act with others in a way that aligns with my values.
My desire to be in healthcare was never misguided, but maybe a little naïve. I have since broadened my understanding of people’s needs, strengths, and difficulties. My purpose hasn’t changed, and I continue to strive to help people live healthier and happier lives.”
— Clare Waismann, RAS/SUDCC
Clare Waismann’s View of Treatment
“Above all, I strive to provide a safe space for those seeking help, where concerns are heard and evaluated. Also, where individual needs are carefully and respectfully examined. A place where treatment options are decided purely on patients’ needs and not on preset protocols that benefit the program more than the patient. I want the patient to have a meaningful experience. One that will help them choose a healthier path.
I act with others in a way that aligns with my values. My desire to be in healthcare was never misguided, but maybe a little naïve. I have since broadened my understanding of people’s needs, strengths, and difficulties. My purpose hasn’t changed, and I continue to strive to help people live healthier and happier lives.
The idea that people see addiction as a moral failing has maintained its victims scorned, discriminated against, and punished by society. This stigmatization and misunderstanding of substance abuse and mental illness have been harmful and often lethal to so many. We have the science and the resources to treat these conditions, so all we need is to replace judgment and stigma with education and compassion.”
— Clare Waismann, RAS/SUDCC
Professional Positions and Certifications
- Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS)
- Substance Use Disorder Certified Counselor (SUDCC)
Clare Waismann In the Media:
Over the years, Clare Waismann has provided her expertise on opiate dependence to various media outlets around the world:
- USA TODAY
- The New York Times
- WIRED Magazine
- ELLE Magazine
- TV Talk Show The Doctors
- U.S. News and World Report
- Yahoo! Entertainment
- Hollywood Life
- The Hollywood Gossip
- Jewish Journal
- The Naked Truth Report Radio Talk Show
- Christian Science Monitor
- Women Fitness
- Thrive Global
- Relias Media
- Western Pennsylvania Healthcare News