Whole Life Recovery's mission is to create an opportunity for individuals to live an authentic and rewarding life by treating the whole person through mind, body and spirit, while decreasing chances of recidivism by providing innovative and quality treatment.
Raymond Conrad comes to Whole Life with over 6 years of personal experience in recovery 5 years of working in the field. He has held numerous positions during that time, including Treatment Technician, Transportation, Operations Manager, Client Services Manager, Chief Court Liaison, and has now embraced his title as Director of Operations. These many perspectives give him an eclectic view of treatment, and the ability to understand the treatment process from the ground up.More
Rebecca Shabunov received her undergraduate degree in Cognitive Psychology (B.A.) from the University of California, Irvine, completed her master’s (M.A.) degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, and received her doctorate (Psy.D.) in Applied Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Rebecca's experience includes working with individuals in residential treatment for drug and alcohol addictions, specializing in dual diagnosis treatment and recovery. Rebecca’s philosophy is one of pragmatism, based on treating each client as an individual with specific needs and empowering clients through education as well as introspection.More
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