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Real Principles For Real Change

Gulf Breeze Recovery
Gulf breeze, Florida, United States
(850) 934-0790
About Practice:
As the Clinical Director of Gulf Breeze Recovery, I guide the clinical team, providing supervision and ensuring a culture of self-care is maintained in order to ensure guests of the program receive the best care possible from our clinicians. Clients come to our residential 3 Principle based program for help with addiction. We offer individual and group therapy that is based on the 3 Principles. I have a passion for seeing the guests at Gulf Breeze Recovery rediscover their innate health and well-being. I helped create and maintain the family support group at Gulf Breeze Recovery, an ongoing resource available for life to family members and loved ones who have graduated the program. I have helped develop and implement a holistic curriculum which is currently in use at the facility.
Practice Types:
Individual Clients, Couples, Groups, Webinars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations
Years Teaching: 6

Master's Degree in Psychology and Counseling

Master's Level Certified Addiction Professional
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
National Certified Counselor

Training Summary
I have worked for Gulf Breeze Recovery since it's inception in 2013. Joe Bailey has been our consultant and coach working with me and the staff ongoing since Gulf Breeze Recovery opened. Joe continues to work with us through bi-weekly Zoom sessions and comes to Gulf Breeze Recovery twice a year for retreats.In addition, I have also attended the 3P conference in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and London. I have also attended the 3P school on Salt Spring Island.

Special Interests
I specialize in working with people suffering with addiction. I also have a passion for helping family members of those affected by addiction. I also love helping people overcome their trauma.