Why do you work in this field?
It is God’s way as using me as an instrument to assist the addict/alcoholic in educating them in the disease of addiction, gaining new coping skills and most important finding out who they will become.
How long have you worked in this field?
I have worked in this field for three years.
What do you bring to the table?
Client focus and client centered. Kindness and compassion is of the essence of detox and RTC level of care, sometimes it is complete habitation.
What are your ‘Super Powers’?
The ability to connect with each client where they are at and promote change.
What do you love about yourself?
My recovery over the past five and a half years and currently my spirit; given to me God given ability to affect people.
What’s your favorite positive quote?
God does not call the equipped, he equips the called.
What words best describe you?
Kind, compassionate, funny, loving, strong, determined, teachable.
Positive things you like to do?
Be of service in AA/NA, time with my children, church, bake, cook, sing.
What do you like best about your job?
I’m given the ability to be a seed planter of recovery as well as an example.
What’s the greatest thing you ever did?
Get sober, work the steps in all my affairs. Due to doing that, I can never repay back for my full life, but it’s fun trying.
Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
Singing and crocheting.
Who are your ‘mentors’?
God first and foremost, is the only “mentor” I have fun dependence on. Members of AA/NA that have guided me in my recovery since day one.
What is something you think everybody deserves to have?
Freedom from addiction, self worth, happiness and purpose.
How do you see yourself?
Working to become the best person of myself, remaining teachable, practicing humility, work; a team player, supporting my team on every level.