Leading you down the right pathHarmony Place Monterey is a PHP/IOP treatment center on the Central Coast of California.
Focused on addiction recovery and mental health issues (depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, and trauma) that plague our ability to live productive, fulfilling lives, Harmony Place Treatment Center features experts in the field of healing, relapse and trauma resolution. It’s a one-of-a-kind outpatient alternative to residential care, structured as an intensive, three-hours-a-day Outpatient Program or as a six-hours-a-day Partial Hospitalization Program.
Treatment for behavioral health, addictive as well as compulsive behaviors, eating disorders and trauma-based disorders.
Our program for addiction includes 12-step work and for clients desiring alternatives we also offer Refuge Recovery, which is an integrated Buddhist model of treatment as well as deeper trauma-based therapies.
Harmony Place Monterey works with most insurance companies and is in network with Anthem Blue Cross. Call to discuss your insurance benefits and potential coverage, we are here to assist you.
We’re proud to offer award winning care.We have both an innovative outpatient and partial hospitalization program. We also have a transitional house for clients.
2020, 2019, 2018 & 2017 Monterey Award Program "Best Eating Disorder Treatment Center"Award-winning Care
Mark Schwartz, Sc.D. LMFT
With more than 30 years of experience and a degree in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Schwartz specializes in working with 1) couples, marriage, and intimacy disorders; 2) family difficulties; 3) eating disorders, 4) PTSD, addiction, and; 5) sexual difficulties, sexual dysfunction, and sexual addiction. His national recognition afforded him the experience of lecturing to over 50,000 therapists nationally, as well as editing three books. He specializes also in working with the deeper issues from childhood. He is extremely compassionate and forms exceptional connection with his clients.
Dr. Schwartz was the Director of Masters & Johnson Institute and Masters & Johnson Trauma and Dissociative Disorders Programs as was one of the founders of Castlewood and Monarch Cove Treatment Centers, specializing in eating disorders. He was trained directly by sex experts Masters & Johnson for treatment of sexual dysfunction and lack of sexual desire and arousal.
Clinical specialties include: Trauma, with 20 years of experience in working with PTSD, including, but not limited to sexual abuse and military sexual abuse. Addictions specialist, including eating disorders, sexual addiction, codependency, chemical dependency, and self-harm. Dr. Schwartz is skilled in treating disorders related to intimacy, sexuality, and relationships, as well as Family-focused Therapies.
Lori Galperin, MSW, LCSW
Lori Galperin has been a therapist, program founder, clinical director, teacher and writer for 30+ years. She is highly skilled in multiple types of therapeutic treatment. Her current areas of specialization focus on working with individuals and couples around issues of: 1) intimacy, relational and attachment problems, sexual dysfunction, and; 2) trauma, compulsivity, and eating disorder recovery, (from anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating) and; 3) clinical writing, focused on the process of recovery from addictive behaviors and mental health problems to a state of vital aliveness, meaningfulness, and relatedness.
Lori’s training includes EMDR, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Processing Therapies, and psychodramatic techniques, as well as the original Masters & Johnson model of marital and sexual co-therapy, as taught by its founders. She’s co-authored book chapters and journal articles, lectured and trained professionals both nationally and internationally.
Leon Larimer, PhD, FICPP
Chief Clinical Officer
Leon Larimer PhD FICPP joins Harmony Place Monterey’s clinical staff as Chief Clinical Officer. Lee was previously Clinical Director at Beacon House for the past 19 years. He is a senior clinician specializing in addiction treatment, intensive group and individual Psychotherapy. He is also boarded in clinical psychopharmacology.
Dr. Lee Goldman
Director of Admissions and Business Development
Bio on Deborah Hinds, nutritionist and newest staff team member coming soon.
Josh Noblin joins the Harmony Place team after spending several years working in a residential substance abuse facility in Pacific Grove. Prior to this, he worked at both residential and outpatient settings in southern California. He has an intense interest in attachment theory and how this translates to therapeutic work and healing, and how this healing process is facilitated by increasing connection with others and creating a more balanced lifestyle. He has presented on attachment theory and group therapy and participated in an ongoing attachment theory study group. Josh has a background in teaching science and coaching wrestling at the junior high and high school levels and brings a sense of wonder and curiosity to everyday life. He is also actively involved with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as a physical and spiritual outlet, enjoys playing music, and spending time travelling and appreciating nature.