Terra  Holbrook
Terra Holbrook LCSW CADC CSAT
SeaGlass Intensives
Terra Holbrook, LCSW, CADC, CSAT is a well-known speaker in the addictions field. She has a master’s degree in social work from Walla Walla University in Washington Until recently, she was the Director of Clinical Services for The Bridge to Recovery, where she continues to facilitate a week-long intensive for healthcare professionals to focus on their own healing. She recently formed SeaGlass Intensives and Consulting, where she works with individuals and couples in a workshop setting. Holbrook began her work in 1994 working with addicted adolescents in an outpatient setting. From 2001 to 2007, she was in private practice where she specialized in sexual addiction. In 1997, she co-founded The Family Recovery Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with her husband, Jeff, and served as Clinical Director until 2007. Since then she has been Clinical Director of various programs across the United States. She has spoken at numerous conferences, been featured on NPR, and has been on local TV and radio.

Adi Jaffe
Adi Jaffe
Addiction expert
Adi Jaffe
Adi Jaffe is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Alternatives Behavioral Health, an addiction treatment center and neurofeedback institute in Los Angeles. He also teaches courses at University California-Los Angeles (UCLA) and California State University-Long Beach on statistics, addiction and behavioral neuroscience. He received his PhD from UCLA in 2010. Since then, he has been published in peer-reviewed journals, presented at conferences across the country, and been featured on talk shows and in documentaries to discuss current topics in addiction. Jaffe's work and research focus on changing the conversation around mental health in this country. He is passionate about eliminating the shame and stigma that worsen mental health issues. In this respect, he draws on his own experience of overcoming drug issues as a source of inspiration for others.

Craig James
Craig James LCSW, LSATP, MAC
Co-Founder & Director of Operations
Insight Into Action Therapy
Craig James is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker also with over twenty years of experience in both the private and public sectors. He is the Co-Founder and Director of Operations of Insight Into Action Therapy. Craig’s clientele of adolescents and adults includes students, business executives, professional and amateur athletes, and those with court involvement.

Kimberly Johnson, PhD
Kimberly Johnson, PhD
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
Kimberly A. Johnson, Ph.D., Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, leads the center’s activities to improve access, reduce barriers, and promote high quality, effective substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. Dr. Johnson’s extensive experience in and contributions to the behavioral health field ensure the center’s programs are correctly focused and support SAMHSA’s mission. Dr. Kimberly A. Johnson began her tenure as Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, in February 2016. Previously, Dr. Johnson was the Deputy Director for Operations of CHESS/NIATx, a research center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison that focuses on systems improvement in behavioral health and the development of mobile applications for patient self-management. Dr. Johnson was also co-director of the national coordinating office of the Addiction Technology Transfer Center.

Dr. Johnson’s contributions to the behavioral health field have earned her numerous awards – including the Federal DHHS Commissioner’s Award for Child Welfare Efforts and the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors’ Recognition for Service to the field of Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention. Dr. Johnson is a highly-regarded thought leader, who has authored a variety of publications on topics important to the addiction and recovery field, including e-health solutions for people with alcohol problems, using mobile phone technology to provide recovery support for women offenders, and new practices to increase access to and retention in addiction treatment. She is co-author of a book on the NIATx Model and co-author of the chapter on quality improvement in the text ASAM Principles of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Johnson has a master’s degree in counselor education, an M.B.A. and a Ph.D. in population health.

Virginia June
Virginia June LMSW, CAADC, MAC, RT
White Wolf Healing
Virginia June is a graduate of Wayne State University with a Master of Social Work degree. She is also a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Virginia has been a registered trainer with the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) for the past 13 years and has trained practitioners across the country. Currently, Virginia and her spouse, Jennifer Mitchell are the founders of White Wolf Healing which conducts monthly training's in the NADA auricular acupuncture protocol in Ann Arbor, Michigan and throughout the region. Information about monthly trainings can be found at www.whitewolfhealing.com. Virginia also currently works as a clinical therapist on the rehabilitation unit of Brighton Center for Recovery.

Reef Karim
Reef Karim D.O.
CEO, Speaker, Author
Lumion Center
Dr. Reef Karim (Dr. Reef) is a leader and pioneer in the fields of mental health, addiction medicine & relationship therapy. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and the founder of Lumion in Beverly Hills, a personal development, mental health and addiction treatment center. Dr. Reef is a Published Research Scientist in the field of Behavioral & Chemical Addictions with articles in the International Journal of Neuroscience, Journal of Addiction Medicine and other prestigious journals. Dr. Reef is also a well-known media personality with multiple appearances on: Oprah, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360, The Today Show, Dateline NBC, Chelsea Lately and others. Dr. Reef currently hosts the new online talk show Reef Madness.

Andrew Kessler
Andrew Kessler JD
Founder and Principal
Slingshot Solutions LLC
Andrew Kessler is founder and principal of Slingshot Solutions, LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in behavioral health policy. With 15 years of policy experience, Kessler is a fixture in circles that advocate for substance abuse treatment, prevention and research. He collaborates frequently with congressional offices, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and other federal stakeholders. Kessler has written legislation and report language published by both the House and Senate and has presented before such bodies as the Scientific Management Review Board and others. Kessler received his bachelor’s degree in 1993 from Washington University in St. Louis. In 1999, he graduated from American University’s Washington College of Law, where he received multiple awards and recognition for his legal analysis.

Steve  Koh
Steve Koh

Steve Koh, MD, MPH, MBA, is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Director for Outpatient Psychiatric Services, Director of Community Psychiatry Program, Co-Founder of Psychiatry Nurse Practice Clinical Training Program, and Director of Tele-Mental-Health Program at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). He is board certified in adult and geriatric psychiatry and carries certification for community psychiatry from American Association of Community Psychiatry. Koh graduated from Johns Hopkins University and medical school at UCSD and received a masters in public health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as well as a masters in business administration from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business. Additionally, Koh is past president of the San Diego Psychiatric Society and the Association of Korean American Psychiatrists, and is board chair of San Diego NAMI, and past representative of the American Psychiatric Association, San Diego County Medical Society, and American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry. Koh was the American Psychiatric Association's instructor for the DSM-5 and has been involved in the DSM-5 development and review process.

Judith  Landau
Judith Landau
Neuropsychiatrist, President & CEO
ARISE Network
Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CFLE, CIP, CAI, a child, family and community neuropsychiatrist, has specialized in addiction and other behavioral compulsions for more than 40 years, exploring the origins of problems and how to facilitate long-term healing for addicted individuals and their families. The ARISE Model for engaging and treating addicted individuals and their families is based on her model, Transitional Family Therapy. She has authored several books and over 200 papers, taught in over 100 countries and trained over 1,000 people as ARISE Interventionists. Additionally, Landau has served as consultant to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the World Health Organization and several international governments. A senior Fulbright consultant, Landau is recipient of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy’s award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Family Therapy Academy’s award for Innovative Contribution to Family Therapy.

Randal Lea
Executive Director ~ Community Services
Cumberland Heights
Randal Lea is a licensed addictions counselor with 30 years of clinical and administrative experience. Lea received masters degrees in counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University and psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Additionally, Lea has been a frequent presenter on assessment, ethics, dreamwork and trauma. Previous to his current role as Executive Director of Community Based Services, Lea served eight years as Assistant Commissioner with the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services. In 2008, he was recognized by the Praed Foundation as a “Systems Champion” for implementing a statewide assessment. He also received the Friend of Children Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010 from Tennessee Voices for Children and was recognized twice as a Professional of the Year by the local chapter of NAADAC.

Ron  Lebow
Ron Lebow
Michelman & Robinson, LLP
Ron Lebow focuses his practice on business, contract, corporate and regulatory matters. He has extensive experience drafting and negotiating agreements and structuring operations and business arrangements for addiction treatment facilities. With considerable regulatory expertise, Mr. Lebow is able to ensure legal compliance on the deals and companies he structures. He has vast knowledge of the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, additional fraud and abuse laws and regulations, HIPAA, fee splitting laws and those regulations governing professional misconduct, both at the state and federal level. Mr. Lebow helps clients establish practices and mega-groups, structure investor and management relationships, as well as buy and sell practices and facilitates management service organization relationships and facility affiliations, acquisitions and joint ventures. He also drafts and negotiates shareholder and operating agreements, asset purchase agreements, employment agreements, equipment and intellectual property licenses, management agreements, marketing and sales representative agreements, billing agreements and software-related contracts.

Scarlett LeVan-Bunyon
Scarlett LeVan-Bunyon MA, ATR-BC, LPC
Clinical Supervisor/Art Therapist
Retreat at Lancaster County
Scarlett LeVan-Bunyon is a Clinical Supervisor and an Art Therapist for the Retreat at Lancaster County, an inpatient setting for adults suffering from addiction. She earned a master’s degree in art therapy and is licensed/certified as an LPC and ATR-BC. She built the art therapy program at the Retreat in August 2013 to help patients utilize art therapy as a means of self-discovery.

Lori Lockhart
Lori Lockhart
Family Representative
Westbridge Community Services
Lori Lockhart obtained her master’s degree in special education and has 20 years of experience teaching in the public school systems in Wisconsin and Iowa. She and her husband founded a non-profit organization, Hopeful Journeys, Inc, whose mission is to provide financial support to individuals that have been diagnosed with co-occurring disorders so that they are able to achieve sustained independence and enhance their quality of life. Lockhart is an avid advocate for families in the treatment process of co-occurring disorders.

Ronald Luce PhD
Executive Director
The John W. Clem Recovery House
Ron Luce is the Executive Director for the John W. Clem Recovery House in Athens, Ohio, a recovery house for men 18 years of age and up. He is the current president of the Ohio Recovery Housing (ORH) organization; a board member of The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR); a Certified Ohio Peer Supporter and trainer; a Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) trainer; and is some guardian ad litem for the Athens County Juvenile Court volunteering to work as an advocate for abused and neglected children. He has a BA from SUNY Brockport and an MA and PhD from Ohio University.

Stacie Lucius
Stacie Lucius LCMHC, MLADC
Chief of Clinical Services
Stacie Lucius is a licensed clinical mental health counselor who has been working in the field since 2004. Prior to joining WestBridge, Lucius provided direct clinical care in a number of settings including residential, hospital, school and community-based outpatient. Her areas of interest and clinical practice include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, engaging families in treatment, and working with the population of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Lucius first joined WestBridge in March 2011 as a care manager and became team leader of the multidisciplinary Assertive Community Treatment Team in 2013. In January 2017, she moved into her current position of director of supervision and education. In addition to maintaining some direct clinical care with participants and families, Lucius provides clinical supervision, training and leadership throughout the organization.

Ayden Lyles
Ayden Lyles LPC, LCDC
Facility Director, Inpatient Detox & Short-Term Adult Inpatient
Cenikor Foundation
Amy Hansen is dually licensed in the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. She has over 25 years experience as an entrepreneur, director and manager. She is currently in private practice as a therapist and also operates a detoxification and residential short term treatment program for substance abuse in the Houston area. She has conducted programming for mental health, adolescent and adult substance abuse treatment programs. As a director, she has extensive experience in program operations along a continuum of care including hospitalization, supportive and residential facilities, intensive outpatient, community mental health and detoxification programs. Her most recent accomplishment includes establishing protocols for opiate and alcohol dependence with established guidelines for reducing chronic relapse through medical intervention.

Jeffrey Lynne, Esq.,
Jeffrey Lynne, Esq.,
Beighley, Myrick, Udell & Lynne, P.A
Jeffrey C. Lynne, Esq. is a law partner in the Boca Raton, Florida, law firm of Beighley, Myrick, Udell & Lynne, P.A., with a Florida-based consulting practice focused upon zoning, real estate, business structuring, marketing, licensing, regulatory compliance and litigation in the substance use disorder treatment and sober living residence provider spaces. Lynne has been recognized across the nation as a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the progressive public dialogue about the role that substance use disorder treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment as well as those who are established in their recovery. As a result of his in-depth knowledge of industry practices and his long-standing reputation in the South Florida community, Lynne serves on a variety of committees supporting the ethical regulation of sober homes, treatment providers and lead generation entities across the country. Lynne is also the author of the blog, “SoberLawNews.com,” where he discusses emerging legal and business trends in behavioral health treatment, housing, and marketing practices. Lynne is a former state prosecutor in Miami, Florida; a former city attorney for the City of Boca Raton, Florida; and was a shareholder at a national law firm of Akerman, LLP. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Law and from the University of Florida, where he majored in Criminal Justice.

Jamie Marich
The Institute for Creative Mindfulness
Dr. Jamie Marich travels internationally speaking on topics related to EMDR therapy, trauma, addiction, expressive arts and mindfulness while maintaining a private practice in her home base of Warren, Ohio. She is the developer of the Dancing Mindfulness practice and delivered a TEDx talk on trauma in 2015. Marich is the author of EMDR Made Simple: 4 Approaches for Using EMDR with Every Client (2011), Trauma and the Twelve Steps: A Complete Guide for Recovery Enhancement (2012), Trauma Made Simple: Competencies in Assessment, Treatment, and Working with Survivors, Dancing Mindfulness: A Creative Path to Healing and Transformation (2015). Her latest book (in collaboration with Dr. Stephen Dansiger) is EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness for Trauma Focused Care (Springer Publishing Company, November 2017).

Lisa Marzilli
Lisa Marzilli
Clinical Pharmacist, Doctor of Pharmacy
Dominion Diagnostics
Lisa Marzilli holds a Doctorate of Pharmacy Degree and a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island, is a diabetes educator, and an adjunct professor at the University of Rhode Island. She has worked in the home infusion/oncology industry and community pharmacy since 1989, focusing primarily on outpatient educational services and wellness programs in disease-state-management. In 2009, she began working at Dominion Diagnostics, initially focusing on medication monitoring in pain management and addiction recovery, and then continued into clinical research and education. She speaks at many National Symposiums on various topics such as Designer Drugs, Basic Pharmacology/Pharmacokinetics, Neurobiology of Addiction, Mindfulness and Yoga in Addiction Recovery/Behavioral Change, and has been awarded multiple honors and distinctions. In March 2015, she began working with several Rhode Island physicians and provides medication therapy management (MTM) services to patients, works collaboratively with nurse care managers, physicians, mid-level providers, and office staff as part of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care. She is also a certified yoga teacher (RYT) and began her studies in 2002 at The White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara. She has continued her studies in both the philosophy and physical practice of yoga. Lisa teaches weekly classes in Providence and Peacedale, Rhode Island.

John McAndrew
John McAndrew
Recording Artist, WBA Records, Recovery Music Specialist/Therapist
Cumberland Heights
John McAndrew is a singer/songwriter and piano player who currently lives in Nashville. His music has been heard around the world. McAndrew performed his composition, "Like We Were Made of Gold" at the closing ceremonies of the 2000 International AA Convention at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. While touring, McAndrew speaks and performs for recovery audiences across the country, working regularly with a number of treatment centers. His project, "I Am Home" was performed on Broadway.