Dom is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Addiction Counselor. He completed his Master of Social Work at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work in 2016. Through his graduate program and subsequent work experience, Dom has developed a passion for working with co-occurring disorders, particularly for individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder and substance use concerns. He also has a passion for working with individuals who identify with the LGBTQIA+ community, acknowledging the unique struggles and impacts faced by those in the community. At Red Rock Recovery Center, he conducts individual therapy and facilitates groups. Outside of work, Dom enjoys spending time with his Tibetan Terrier or family and friends.
John completed his Bachelors in Government at Nicholls State University while working at the Lafourche Juvenile Justice department. Then got his Masters at University of New Orleans in Education. After completing his graduate studies, he moved to Tampa, Florida to work in the Juvenile Justice Department and work in the field for 20 years. In 2015 he moved to Buffalo Creek, Colorado and eventually became licensed as a LPC in the state of Colorado. He started his substance abuse treatment employment at Arapahoe House as a utilization review specialist. He also worked as a Clinical director for their adolescent residential facility. Once Arapahoe House closed he became the Utilization review specialist for Red Rock Recovery and then promote to Utilization Review Director 2019. He has worked in behavioral health for the past 25+ years, and continues to ensure patients get quality care. He enjoys cooking Cajun cuisine, mountain biking, hiking, working out and fishing.
Max is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor. He completed his Master of Counseling at the Colorado Christian University, College of Adult and Graduate Studies in 2017. His experiences range from residential treatment, experience in complex needs for criminal justice clients, and dual diagnosis treatment. He also has a passion for working with individuals within the legal system and veterans. At Red Rock Recovery Center, Max facilitates person-centered, evidenced-based practices in group and individual sessions towards the goal of developing motivation in their change process. In his free time Max enjoys bowling, volunteering, geocaching, and rooting for the Baltimore Orioles.
Laura Beth “LB” Burkhalter, is our Alumni and Community Relations Manager. She is a Certified Naloxone Administration Trainer, Recovery Coach, Co-Chair of TPAS Colorado and sits on the National Board of Directors for TPAS (Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services). LB is a founding board member of Colorado Artists in Recovery and serves as an inspector for the Colorado Association of Recovery Residences. LB is passionate about creating a recovery community through music, creating sober safe spaces in the LGBTQ+ community and helping individuals sustain recovery through connection. LB is a human in long term multi-dimensional recovery, who celebrated 5 years of sobriety in November 2020.
Stephani is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. After living in Texas for a couple of years, she and her family moved to Colorado in 2008 and have enjoyed Colorado living ever since. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1992. and earned her Masters in Community Counseling from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma in 1997. She has been licensed since 1999 and has over 15 years of experience in the field of Behavioral Health. She is experienced in working with all ages and a variety of different settings. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family playing games, watching movies, skiing, or kayaking.
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Dr. William received his medical degree from University of Benin College of Medicine. He was Chief Resident at the University at Harlem Hospital Center, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia.
Dr. William is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, board certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM), and Member of the Colorado Psychiatric Society.
Brandon is an individual who gives his all in life. He strives to maintain balance in order to fulfill his passion of helping others. Brandon is in recovery himself, and values a whole health recovery standpoint. Maintaining mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing is what he believes makes this all possible. He is currently a CAC I, working towards becoming a CAC II and a certified personal trainer to help others live a balanced life in recovery. Brandon’s passion drives him to be of maximum support, and helps him meet every individual where they are at. He believes life is amazing and wants to share that light with others.
Tristan completed her Bachelor’s degree in Human Services Counseling and double minor in Family Studies and Addiction Recovery from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2008. After moving back to her home state Colorado, she completed her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. Furthering her education, Tristan completed a postgraduate degree from the Denver Family Institute. Following graduation, she began working in day treatment with high risk youth where her passion for long term recovery began. Tristan began specializing in her work with families, and working with co-occurring disorders with Addiction, PTSD, Complex PTSD, Attachment, and Mood Disorders. Continuing her training, Tristan became a Equine Assisted Psychotherapist, using horses in a therapeutic environment to facilitate recovery and change.
Melissa is our Community Outreach Representative. Melissa brings years of experience working in client advocacy roles and as an admissions and outreach representative for substance abuse, mental health, and trauma-informed programs. As a woman in recovery herself, Melissa is passionate about empowering and expanding treatment options to those struggling. She has learned the best way to dismantle the stigma and combat the shame so often associated with substance abuse, is a loving, inclusive and welcoming community. In her free time, you can find Melissa playing tennis, enjoying live music, and cheering on Philly sports teams.
Cole is a Colorado native and joined the company in 2020. He currently works as the Lead Recovery Support Specialist. Cole found his passion and purpose when he started as a Recovery Support Specialist. Being a person in sustained recovery from substance use disorder, Cole has a strong passion for recovery and helping those find what was so freely given to him. Cole is very dedicated and shares his experience, strength, and hope to show individuals that recovery is possible! Cole enjoys watching sports, playing softball, and being with family and friends. Taking it one day at a time Cole always remembers to trust the process and enjoy the little things.