Christy Lennox-Brock Is a Certified alcohol and drug counselor with CCAPP (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professional’s) Formally known as CAADAC.
Christy Lennox-Brock, Substance abuse is a growing epidemic, and the need has never been greater for counselors who possess a positive work ethic in regards for people in need for help. An effective counselor must maintain a dedication and positive compassion for “I serve”, and the ability to communicate competently. My name is Christy (owner of Breaking Free) and I’m grateful you’re taking the time to read this. I entered the field of drug and alcohol abuse studies in 2008 graduating from Intercoast College. I have 5 years’ experience working with individuals in rehabilitation treatment centers with substance abuse and Dual diagnosis, I am currently certified CADCII #A8250912 and member of CAADAC. About Me Christy Lennox-Brock exprienced in intensive relapse prevention dynamics, creating and implicating updated information. I strongly believe in Maintaining the highest ethical, confidentiality, HIPPA and moral standards. Also Extensive experience with co-occurring disorders and related dysfunctions, I Believe in 12 step philosophy; fluent in all modalities and I served CAADAC board of Directors Region 1 North and currently on the CCAPP committee for District II. I have worked closely with individuals who have substance abuse addictions and their Family assisting them through the recovery process with a strong passion. Christy Lennox-Brock committed to these principles. I am certain I have much to offer, and I am determination that I will genuinely pursue if given the opportunity to be a part of your Journey! Don’t wait call now! 951.443.9758
Larry Carrillo CADC II, ICADC is a licensed substance abuse counselor (CADC –II #A9630913) in the state of California. Larry earned his counseling certification with honors while attending InterCoast College in 2010. Larry has worked in the Co-occurring/substance abuse profession for five years. In those years he has gained extensive education, training, and experience in the field of substance abuse/addictions.
Larry is known for his knowledge of the disease concept and his spiritual approach towards people suffering from a disease which affects mind, body, and spirit. Larry is an integrative counselor which means that he utilizes a variety of techniques and skills to best fit the client’s individual needs. Larry’s approach involves a genuine caring, acceptance, and belief that all can stop using and find a new way to live. Larry works with a wide range of issues caused by different addictions, which includes depression, anxiety, emotional issues, self esteem, grief and loss, relationships, and individual counseling for personal growth helping client’s find purpose in life. Larry specializes in Christian counseling for those who would like to grow spiritually. Larry teaches how biblical principles can assist in overcoming any addiction.
Connect with Larry Today 951.842.1972
Larry considers himself blessed to be able to work in a profession which he truly loves and is passionate about.
Proverbs 23:7 For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he.
Therapist and Addiction Counseling Professional
Jim possesses over twenty years of experience as a health care professional and is licensed as both a physical therapist and marriage and family therapist. He is also certified as a drug and alcohol counselor. Jim received his Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2004 at the University of La Verne where he graduated Suma Cum Laude. He received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University in 1986.
Jim is currently the program coordinator for Palomar College in Alcohol and Other Drug Studies. Since his career began, Jim has worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist for a well known residential drug and alcohol treatment facility, as Director of Rehabilitation Services for Southwest Healthcare Systems and currently CEO of The Rehab Group. He has also been featured on the A&E series Intervention and on NBC. Jim enjoys running and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
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