SCHC, a Top-Rated Drug Rehab, Alcohol Treatment, Trauma and PTSD Treatment Centre in British Columbia, Canada, Announces Continuing Education Accomplishments by Staff

Sunshine Coast Health Centre (SCHC), a best-in-class drug rehab, alcohol treatment, trauma and PTSD treatment program located in Powell River, BC, Canada, is proud to announce new milestones in terms of staff continuing education.
“Our staff has a wonderful commitment to lifelong learning,” explained Casey Jordan, Chief Marketing Officer. “For this reason, we are excited to announce — first and foremost — that Clinical Director Sara Klinkhamer has begun her Ph.D. in Integral Transpersonal Psychology. Other staff, including Eric Gentry, is completing various trainings in motivational interviewing and compassion fatigue resiliency, and thus working on improving their mental health care skill set. Investing in professional development benefits the organization as a whole in being able to offer quality care and supports to its clients, families, and alumni.”
Here is background on the announcement. SCHC is known as a top-rated drug rehab, alcohol treatment, and trauma/PTSD centre located in Powell River, British Columbia, Canada. The Centre pulls clients from not just British Columbia (cities such as Vancouver or Victoria) but also from Alberta (Edmonton or Calgary) as well as from Eastern Canada as, for example, Toronto, Ontario. Interested persons can learn more about the team by visiting That page explains that the Centre is a group of highly educated and trained professionals with a proven record of successfully treating mental health issues such as addiction, trauma, and depression. 
Learning is a lifelong process. From the first moment that a baby opens their eyes, they begin the emotion and non-emotional learning process. Along the way, some people struggle with addiction and/or trauma issues. Fortunately, a vibrant community in Canada has worked on new treatment methods. Among them is “logotherapy,” based on the pioneering work of Viktor Frankl. To learn more, persons who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction can visit That page explains the basics offered by the Centre. Those looking to learn more about PTSD and trauma treatment options can visit In either case, the person or loved one should reach out to the Centre for a confidential, no-obligation consultation.
Sunshine Coast Health Centre (, a 47-bed* drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility exclusively designed for men, officially opened on March 15, 2004. 
*Currently operating with 34 beds due to COVID-19.
Source: Sunshine Coast Health Centre (SCHC)