David Hendricks, MD
Dr. David Hendricks graduated medical school in the year 2000, having completed internal medicine and emergency medicine residencies after working his way through college as a paramedic in Bridgeport, Connecticut. David has been practicing emergency medicine for over two decades, and has nearly a decade of experience in addiction medicine. What excites him about working with the Paramount team is that they don’t limit themselves to medicine-based modalities, or those that are clinical-based or spiritual-based, but integrates all treatment fields in their care approach. He also appreciates that Paramount treats the client as an individual, and not as their addiction; incorporating novel and customized approaches for each client. Dr. Hendricks is a golf and skiing enthusiast, and loves the Connecticut countryside for its scenic beauty and hiking trails.
Our team is experienced in delicately handling an individual’s emotions with extraordinary care. When we open ourselves to vulnerability, we are at our strongest. True strength does not lie in our capacity to endure pain, but in admitting that we have been damaged and are in need of help.
By submitting to this realization, we give ourselves permission to grow and change for the better…
A safe place where our clients can feel free to express
themselves openly. Paramount offers a restful retreat.