- Winner of the prestigious Writer’s Guild of America Award and Emmy Nomination
Stuart Birnbaum has been in recovery for 32 years and is founder and Executive Director of the Lakehouse Recovery Center.
- Licensed Internist
Dr. Randall has over 20 years’ experience in medical drug and alcohol detoxification.
Jenna's passion has always been to help others accomplish their personal best and be free of the baggage of their past.
Laura is the Program Director, Therapist, and Group Facilitator in Lakehouse Recovery’s Intensive Outpatient program.
Laura’s vocational experience includes working as Program Aide for Visions Adolescent Treatment Center mentoring adolescents recovering from addiction, at New York Center for Living as the Intake Coordinator and Individual Therapist, and Hazelden Betty Ford’s New York City Intensive Outpatient. Laura’s training at Hazelden Betty Ford’s New York City Intensive Outpatient facility facilitated experience working with dual-diagnosis adults and young adults, personality disorders, family systems, and trauma-related issues. Laura utilizes several modalities (DBT and Mindfulness, CBT, attachment, MI, and ACT) in order to create a more tailored therapeutic setting for her client’s. Laura works collaboratively with her clients to create a safe environment where client can move towards alleviating symptoms, change in behavioral patterns and negative thinking, transform family-of-origin dynamics, and improving interpersonal relationships. She helps clients develop insight, identify their values, and gain tools to better manage their substance abuse and mental health symptoms.
Billy has been working in the field of addiction counseling for 8 years.
Billy is a husband and father to a son he and his wife fostered and later adopted 6 years ago. When he isn’t working on home improvement projects, he enjoys playing sports with his son, outdoor grilling and playing his guitars.
Megan has worked in Recovery for 2 years. As a Clinical Nursing Assistant, she's passionate about the physical and mental health, and well-being of others.
She attends school to expand her knowledge in the field and is obtaining her Bachelors degree in nursing.
Megan is boundlessly devoted to caring for others. When not at work she spends the weekends outside with her golden retriever, Ollie.
Dani comes to this work with nearly 10 years of experience leading and facilitating groups of adults and adolescents. She has many specialties when it comes to group therapy.
She holds a B.A. in Psychology and a Minor in Women’s Studies from California Lutheran University and is currently pursuing an M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, Santa Barbara, where she is working towards her licensure as a Marriage & Family Therapist. Additionally, Dani is certified as a Trauma-Informed Yoga Instructor - allowing her to be uniquely immersed in both the traditional mental health field, while also understanding the deep connection between the mind and body.
Dani believes that while we are incredibly resilient as human beings, she also recognizes that distressing or traumatic experiences often play out through emotional, psychological, or physical turmoil - leading us to have a sense of dysregulation and internal unrest. Therefore, by bridging the connection between the mind and body, Dani’s work involves helping individuals establish a sense of connection, integration and grounding within through traditional counseling and also evidence-based holistic practices such as mindfulness, yoga, and meditation.
- BS Aerospace Engineering
- Masters in Engineering
- PhD Psychology
- PhD Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine
Creator of cutting-edge Neuro-imaging technologies (Brain Mapping) and remedial Neuro therapy.
Dr. Bailey trained with Pia Mellody at The Meadows where she was Clinical Director for 10 years.
Licensed Advanced Addictions Counselor, Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional, Neurofeedback Practitioner, EMDR Certified
Joseph Spark has worked in the recovery field for 4 years. Joseph struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction for 7 years.
Joseph attempted to attend several treatment centers early in his addiction but it was not until 5 years ago when he was ready to surrender and ask for help that he got the help he needed. Because of his own experience he made a choice to return to school at the University Of Denver to obtain his Masters in Social Work to help individuals and their families recover.