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Owner/Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jody Anderson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 20 years’ experience treating substance abuse, addiction, and co-occurring disorders. She served as Program Director at Avenues for Recovery for more than 10 years before opening her own practice.Jody’s therapeutic philosophy is rooted in compassion and fortitude. She begins every therapeutic relationship by acknowledging the commonality of our experiences and the universal nature of the struggles we all face. She seeks to infuse her work with a recognition that we are all fellow travelers.As a therapist, Jody believes that the path to healing is wide. She employs her own experiences and struggles to relate to each patient. She relies upon training and her clinical expertise to empower her patients and guide them toward insights and lasting change.Jody uses a variety of therapeutic techniques to identify and clarify core issues. Although her training and education are extensive, her empathy, compassion and sincerity are genuine and are a response to her recognition that, “what is done to the least of us is done to all of us.” Jody partners with psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners to supply her patients with a comprehensive continuum of care. Whatever a patient’s mental health needs, she will work diligently and carefully to provide him or her with the support, guidance, and expertise required to become the master of their own experiences and the author of their own recovery.
Program Director, Intensive Adult Services
P. John Holm, LCSW, CSAC has been working with people in the treatment of their Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health diagnoses since 2001. John worked as Clinical Supervisor for the therapeutic community programs in the Department of Corrections until 2010 before transitioning to primarily mental health care with Hall Community Services. John obtained his Master of Social Work degree from Radford University in 2019 and has been a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor since 2003. John uses REBT/CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and psychodramatic techniques in his practice and specializes in work with veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and persons transitioning from incarceration to community. John is a veteran of the U.S. Navy and sees his current position as a continuation of his legacy of service.
License Clinical Social Worker
Courtney Kelley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker dedicated to utilizing the strengths of individuals to guide them towards their intended goals as well as teaching healthier alternatives to challenging thought patterns and coping strategies. She specializes in working with children and adolescents, and has experience in working with their emotional and behavioral needs since 2008. Courtney graduated from Bridgewater College with her Psychology degree and Radford University with her Master’s in Social Work.
Dr. Kunal Joshi grew up and attended medical school in India before moving to the United States in 2010. He completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Internal Medicine. While working as an inpatient physician in the tertiary care center in the heart of the opioid epidemic of Southwest Virginia, he experienced first hand the most severe and unfortunate outcomes of addiction. This drove him to start exploring avenues to help the community. He started the medication assistance treatment program in collaboration with Jody as an outpatient based opioid treatment program. Dr. Joshi’s professional interests involves psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, pharmacotherapy for the behavioral illnesses. Personally he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and cinema. He’s a lover of animals, and avid nature conservationist, and delights in knowing and learning new things. Few of his favorite quotes are, “It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” -Buddha “Courage is found in unlikely places.” J.R.R. Tolkien
License Clinical Social Worker
Jim Hart, MSW, LCSW-E, is a supervisee in Clinical Social Work with undergraduate degrees in Human Services, Psychology, and Social Work degrees at both undergraduate and graduate levels. He has experience working with substance abuse and mental health problems with both adolescent and adult populations. He facilitates individual, marital, and group counseling with an eclectic style, drawing from both his educational background in a variety of theoretical approaches and from his personal journey in recovery from substance abuse over the last 11 years.
Therapeutic Group Facilitator
Nell Carr-Young, L.A.C, DIPL practices Shen-Hammer Pulse Diagnosis and combine it all with my own kind of Acu-Reiki, a combination of qi gong therapy (the oldest therapeutic modality of Chinese medicine. It is a comprehensive system of health care addressing the root cause of symptoms or disease, and treats the client as a whole), craniosacral therapy, and acupressure.
Kelley Burnette has been working in the field of Mental Health and Substance abuse administrative support for over 10 years. She is professional, caring and above all compassionate towards those struggling with these issues.
Wendy Dudley, QMHP-A, CSAC-E, is the program director for The Twelve. Wendy has been working in the human services field providing direct client services for the Roanoke Valley’s most vulnerable populations since 2012. She is a woman in long standing substance abuse recovery who has passion helping those who have experienced trauma heal and tap into their own resilience.
Therapeutic Group Facilitator
Vinnie G. Dabney, M.S: Master's level therapist, with a Master's of Science Degree in Counseling and Human Development from Radford University and a B.A. in History from Fisk University. Specializing in DBT, certified as an ADS (AcuDetox Specialist),Group Facilitator for Individuals and couples. Also works as a mental health clinician at HopeTree Acadamy and as a therapist at Associates
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