Ameet Braich

Ameet Braich - Camino Recovery Spain

Ameet Braich, BEng, MA, CADC (IC&RC)

Clinical Director

  • Expertise Internal Resourcing, Parts work, Addiction, Psychotherapy, Trauma Resolution
  • Education MA in Addiction Counselling and Psychotherapy | BEng in Biochemical Engineering from University College London


  • Graduated from Hazelden in Minnesota, USA, with an MA in Addiction Counselling and Psychotherapy.
  • Integrative approach.
  • Family systems.
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
  • A dynamic speaker, trainer, innovator, programme developer.


Ameet Singh Braich is a distinguished Clinical Director at Camino Recovery, renowned for his expertise in addiction and trauma resolution. With over 15 years of experience, he passionately oversees all interdisciplinary clinical practices, maintaining and enhancing standards of care.

Having graduated from Hazelden in Minnesota, USA, with an MA in Addiction Counseling and Psychotherapy, Ameet’s profound knowledge extends to anxiety, depression, trauma, substance dependence, process addictions and self-defeating patterns of thought and behavior. His holistic approach to therapy has been instrumental in transforming lives.

Ameet’s journey into research began with an exploration of how early childhood attachment impacts cognitive, emotional, and social functioning. Over time, his clinical approach has been enriched by contemplative traditions and mindfulness practices.

As a dynamic speaker, trainer, and innovator, Ameet challenges his clients to transcend maladaptive patterns, empowering them to find lasting recovery. He firmly believes in the significance of the family system in the healing process, prioritising trauma resolution, relapse prevention, and continuing care.

Ameet’s commitment to continuous growth is reflected in his diverse training, including EAP (equine-assisted psychotherapy), non-violent crisis intervention, adolescent behavior, gambling treatment, multicultural issues, and family interventions. He is also a practitioner of EMDR, enabling him to address complex, treatment resistant challenges effectively.

Beyond his impressive academic credentials, Ameet excels at equipping individuals across various fields with knowledge, insight, and tools to recognise and address the challenges posed by re-enactment and self defeating behaviours. Through his profound expertise and compassionate approach, Ameet is dedicated to fostering positive transformation and healing for all those he serves.

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