Tiger Found In Sex Rehab Clinic in Mississippi! HollywoodLife.com Exclusive Details on Tiger's Daily Rehab Treatment!! – Hollywood Life

Tiger Found In Sex Rehab Clinic in Mississippi! HollywoodLife.com Exclusive Details on Tiger's Daily Rehab Treatment!!

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After 54 days Tiger Woods has been found! He’s at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services Center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi! We spoke to sources inside the prison-like facility who gave us exclusive details about Tiger’s treatment! He even signed a celibacy contract!

Tiger Woods has been found after 54 days! He has just been spotted at the Gentle Path sex addiction treatment program at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services Center in Hattiesburg, Miss., according to the National Enquirer!

The report claims that Elin Nordegren threatened to take their children Sam Alexis, 2, and Charlie Axel, 11 months, to Sweden unless he “vowed to stop cheating and enter sex rehab.” Tiger “tearfully agreed” to go to Pine Grove to save his marriage. He’s going to have to go through a tough “Disclosure Day,” when he’ll have to face up to Elin and admit every single one of his affairs — looks like they could be there a while.

We have an inside source who has been inside the facility many times and is very knowledgeable and familiar with the sex addiction treatment program. Our source told us exactly what Tiger’s day has been like for the course of his treatment.

The Gentle Path center, surrounded by a fence which is locked at night and described by an inside source as a “concrete prison,” is a no-frills far cry from Tiger’s usual luxury surroundings. Gentle Path is specifically for sex addiction patients ad is about 4 miles from the main campus. Tiger’s daily routine will consist of group therapy sessions, doctor evaluations, and psychological analysis.

According to a recovering sex addict, who is familiar with the day-to-day life of a Pine Grove patient, admits it’s “intense” for the addicts who are there. “Every hour of your day is filled.”

Our source says that Tiger is most likely be in contact with Dr. Patrick Carnes, the Executive Director of the Gentle Path program, on a daily basis. Patients will have work book sessions and read books written by Dr. Carnes like: Don’t Call It Love, The Clinical Management of Sex Addiction, Open Hearts, and Facing The Shadows.

The typical length of a sex addict’s stay in rehab is approximately six weeks. There are between 18-24 individuals enrolled in Gentle Path at any given time. Our source tells us, “The Pine Grove patients attend Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings twice a week.  They also have free supervised time get to go to Wal-Mart twice a week.”

Upon entering the facility one must sign a celibacy contracting banning them from sexual encounters with other individuals including masturbation. Our source tells us that patients have developed relationships with other members while in treatment, “There have been a few instances where people have engaged in sexual conduct with other members. But then they get kicked out of the program. The program is based on the honor code — no one is watching you to make sure you don’t masturbate.”

While staying at Gentle Path, Tiger is just fine in his golf garb. “The dress code is modest.  He can’t be showing body parts that might evoke desire,” such as tight jeans or a muscle shirt,” said our source. Men and women are not separated, however, the program at Pine Grove is predominately male.

Our source says, “Patients live in a refurbished motel once called the Alamo. There is a big fence around it … it sort of resembles a prison.”  The huge fence is locked at night so if someone wanted to leave, our source says, “they would have to climb the fence.”

Technology, as well as any triggers that might make someone relapse, are forbidden at Pine Grove.

As far as meals go, Tiger can forget about the private chef he had at home. “They have a set menu at Pine Grove where they serve ‘typical hospital food.’ Eggs and bacon for breakfast, and at dinner, patients can choose a meat and five vegetables.”  And no more late ragers for Tiger either! “It’s lights out at 10:30 pm and up again by 6:30 am the next day.”

Here is what a typical day for Tiger Woods looks like:

6:30 am – Wake Up Call:

Either a knock on his door or announcement over the intercom.

7 am – Breakfast:

A Pine Grove staff member must accompany him while he eats.

8 am – 11 am:

“Recovery Activities”: Patients are given this time to work on one of 15 different addict recovery activities.  Some include: Shame reduction work, yoga, eye movement desensitization, and spirituality group.

11 am – 1 pm:

Lunch: Again, he must be accompanied by a staff member, and can have his choice of “buffet style” chicken or ham and five veggies.

1 pm – 4 pm:

Continue to work on “Recovery Activities.”

4 pm – 10 pm:

Patients may attend hall-style lectures, group meetings, religious/spiritual activities or meet with their doctors.

10:30 pm:

Lights Out.

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