Addiction and Recovery Services

As a clinician, I have used my extensive experience working with at-risk populations to compassionately connect with those who are struggling through addiction and co-occurring disorders. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to witness the resilience of individuals and families coping with various addictions, working closely with interdisciplinary teams to help create a bridge to help them move people who are suffering from a place of hopelessness to a place of empowerment. I am invested in seeing my clients succeed and lead self-sustaining happy lives.



Watching an addicted loved one destroy their lives, and the lives of those who love them can be extremely painful. As family members, you can take action and help lead them into a life of recovery. An Interventionist can help.

As an Interventionist, I will:

  • Set the stage for the intervention to help friends and family face the addicted loved one and convince them to get help before they hit rock bottom

  • Work with the family to gather information and get all members of the family on the same page

  • Co-create a plan of action to help your loved one get better


Sobriety is more than just not using; it's about creating a new life that supports it. Maintaining sobriety during early recovery can be tough. Recovery coaching is an amazing resource that's been specifically designed to help clients live their best life.

As a Recovery Coach, I will

  • Assist clients in setting and achieving personal goals

  • Ease transitions into living a sober lifestyle

  • Help clients cultivate positive habits

  • Provide psycho-education regarding drugs and alcohol

  • Offer critical support to clients during stressful moments

  • Guide clients in finding and developing professional and personal interests

  • Help clients diffuse triggering moments




To a person struggling with staying clean, the presence of a sober companion can mean the difference between chronic relapse and long-term sobriety. Recovery is not just a state of being; it's a lifestyle. Healthy habits take time to develop and can be difficult to maintain in early recovery. That's where sober companionship comes in.

As a sober companion, I will

  • Create a safe, secure, drug-free environment for my clients

  • Offer upbeat, clinically-minded support that focuses on the unique strengths of each client

  • Offer transport to and from locations throughout the day

  • Stay with a client overnight and travel out of the state or country

  • Assist in the development of key recovery strategies and habits to maintain a long and happy sobriety

  • Focus on life skill development to help you or your loved one achieve long-term recovery