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Jocelyn Monsma, RSW, MSW, CSAT (Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist)

JOCELYN has worked as a clinical therapist for over 30 years in a variety of counselling settings, including the Calgary Police Service, University of Calgary & Bank of Montreal.  Jocelyn currently directs a private Addiction Continuing Care Program for Adults specializing in chemical, gambling & sex addiction.

Jocelyn has managed treatment programs for chemically dependent adolescents and adults, developing a strong network of treatment providers and resources. She is known for her success in working with very difficult cases that present with emotional concerns relating to depression, not only addiction but sexual abuse, parenting problems & sudden death.

Jocelyn has presented workshops on a wide range of topics including national presentations on work place wellness and crisis intervention. Jocelyn has served as a director on several non-profit boards and was a past member of the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary responsible for directing social work programming at the University ‘s of Alberta, Calgary and Lethbridge.Jocelyn was also honored as a Distinguished Graduate at the spring 2010 convocation at the University of Calgary.

Brad O'Neil

Brad O'Neil  

BRAD has been a career entrepreneur, starting and operating several small businesses, primarily in the real estate industry, most recently in land acquisition and development.  He has been active in the recovery and addiction field since 2003 and spent 5 years organizing and assisting with the delivery of The Journey in Authenticity which is a four-day group therapy model dealing with addiction, family of origin issues and abuse.

Brad has been involved in the delivery of addiction based programs for young offenders and volunteers time mentoring youth as well as adults to assist them in dealing with the challenges of recovery.

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Pete Sheridan

PETE started out his career as an RCMP officer. and was stationed in several remote communities in northern Saskatchewan.  He left the force to pursue a career in Real Estate, and became active in politics in Saskatchewan.  He was the Executive assistant to the Minister of Environment, Minister of Indian and Métis Affairs during his tenure.

Pete has been involved in recovery since 1992 and has worked with youth and young adults with alcohol and drug problems for the past 18 years.  He is active with the Life Recovery Ministry at Central United church and volunteers as a mentor at Calgary Young Offender Center.

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Dr. Peter Neweduck, Consulting Program Physician

 

 

 

 

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