Relationship Institute of Palm Beach

Additional Services

Our Specialties


At Relationship Institute of Palm Beach we believe in the importance of intensive, individualized case management. That said, we offer a comprehensive full service transition team from residential treatment to at-home treatment. 
Our team of experts create a customized success plans, monitor progress, and determine additional services needed as the patient shows competency in acclimating to a sober, healthy lifestyle.

SOBERLINK Monitoring Services

SOBERLINK Monitoring Services is one of the addiction services available here at Relationship Institute of Palm Beach. This cutting-edge, remote accountability program can be used both during and after treatment and has proven to be conducive in helping maintain long-term sobriety. Those who choose to utilize this platform, sign a contract agreeing to perform random sobriety tests using SOBERLINK’s handheld breathalyzer. Twice a day, text messages prompt the client to test. If the results are positive, the team will contact the client. If unresponsive after 15 minutes, the team will contact the client’s therapist to initiate a mutually agreed upon action. The SOBERLINK support team designs clients’ testing schedules, creates accountability plans, a d provides support through the entire process. 



Psychological testing services 

At Relationship Institute of Palm Beach we believe in some cases testing may help as an instrument for change. We offer many tests in house and refer to them if needed. Below is a list of our available tests.

SDI- Sexual Dependency Inventory. Is a battery of relevant tests organized into one comprehensive report. It gathers data on various aspects of problematic sexual behavior including patterns of consequences, evolution and timing of behavior and thought patterns as well as therapy readiness. Information is also collected and evaluated on drug use, masturbation and internet usage behaviors.

 PTSI  Post traumatic stress index . This is appropriate for most clientele. The assessment is designed to assess how trauma has impacted the client’s life. The results are broken down into eight different categories representing specific ways in which trauma affects a clients current level of function. For example a client who repeats certain behavior similar to early trauma experience may score high in the trauma repetition category.

 MAWASI- This is a money and work adaptive index to help clients who have issues with spending and or debt. There are 12 subscales representing the various ways that money and or work has affected an individual’s life. Behaviorally, emotionally and cognitively. Moreover they show how the individual has adopted his or her life to those thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

 IPAST- The inventory for partner anxiety, stress and trauma assessment examines the partners traumatic reactions, family of origin, resiliency and attachment styles. This assessment is appropriate for both men and women and provides clinicians with an overall look at the way in which an attic’s behaviors has affected their client and his or her ability to overcome and move past the trauma.

 SAST: The sexual addiction screening  test is designed to assist in the assessment of sexually compulsive behaviors which may indicate the presence of sex addiction. Developed in coordination with hospitals, treatments programs, private therapist and community groups the SAST provides a profile of response which helps to discriminate between addictive and non-addictive behaviors

 BBI : The betrayal bond index is it brief questionnaire design to look at the types of relationships a client repetitively has in his or her life. In addition to the information collected in other assessments that examine attachment styles and relationship issues, the betrayal bond index me a cyst therapist with individualizing treatment plans by assisting in the identification of a clients relationship partners. Determining are they supportive or detrimental in nature. It is also an opportunity to show a client how there may be a need to break away from relationships in order to stop the addiction cycle