John Valvo established a solo private practice in Flagstaff, AZ in 1990 became a pioneer for substance abuse counseling. From 1995 to 2000, he was a full partner in Flagstaff Child & Family Counseling. Presently he his associated with Adult Child and Teen Counseling Service a highly respected small practice treating broad range of mental health issues. John is state licensed both as a Professional Counselor and as an Independent Substance Abuse Counselor. John is also national certified by NAADAC as a Master Addictions Counselor since 1996. John’s therapeutic experience includes both short term strategic and longer term counseling of individuals, couples and families. In addition to his substance abuse specialization he has an extensive background working with adolescent issues, personal adjustment, mood disorders, dual diagnosis clients and relational issues. These critical areas of competence along with extensive experience with CISD situations have brought contract relationships with a broad range of EAP, managed care and insurance companies.More
Throughout his academic and professional career, Roy J. DuPrez, MEd has worked with a multitude of young adults and at risk youth. He has done an extensive amount of work with community organizations, such as Americorps, The Indigo Movement Inc., Weed and Seed Community Development and The Guidance Center Adolescent Unit. Roy co-founded and developed various community programs, including The Indigo Movement Inc. and Juntos Podemos, which focus on life skills and personal development, community cultural awareness as well as drug abuse prevention and alcohol abuse prevention and rehabilitation. Roy’s professional career has taken him through the classroom, the outdoors, jails, juvenile, adult drug and alcohol treatment centers, and founder and operator for Back2Basics Outdoor Adventures. He has been blessed to live in Flagstaff for over to 20 years – as an NAU graduate, professional, husband, and father.More
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