Mona Beaulieu


 Originally born and raised in Massachusetts, Mona was the pioneer of her family and moved to SoCal over twenty years ago.  Mona's life experience equipped her with a deep understanding of the world of addiction.  She began a career in the health & fitness industry traveling both nationally and internationally helping people optimize their fitness goals, serving a vast clientele including professional athletes, actors, and producers in the film industry. Her work evolves in Mind, Body, and Spirit and led her to continue her education to become a CCAPP (formerly CAADAC) addition specialist treating drug, alcohol and co-occurring disorders. 

Mona's therapeutic training style is based on Dr. Carl Rogers client centered approach and Dr. Gabor Mate's attachment theory.  She believes in holistic treatment dealing with the health of the brain, the body, and the spirit in totality.  Mona's therapeutic approach is focused in the areas of Identity, Trauma, and Addiction through deep inner-healing work with her clients. Her unique ability to connect with her clients has established her role as an instrument of healing in the rhythm of their recovery journey.

Toni Andra


 Hello, I am Toni Andra and my passion is to serve and assist individuals in finding ways to their authentic self.   I am a registered nurse of 15 years with a strong background in health and wellness.  Since my recent move to sunny California almost 3 years ago, I have been able to face my inner demons and transform into an awakened woman of light.  I have found processes that have taught me strength and given me the ability to overcome stumbling blocks that have held me back from reaching my full potential.  As I have healed and grown into my authentic self, it is my purpose and passion to share these processes and gifts with others so they too can transform and heal into the beautiful soul they were destined to be. 

Michael Conroy



Hi, my name is Michael Conroy.  I have been sober for over 18 years and my passion is to share the gift of sobriety with the world.  My mission is to provide compassion and empathy to those who are struggling to overcome addiction.  I believe that a caring voice can be the difference between successful living or, falling into a black hole.  

Action is the key to beating addiction and when we do it together, we can move mountains!  

If you've tried so many times but you feel like the addiction's just got you beat - give us a call....

 I am credentialed and compassionate.  I've helped many people.  I can help you too. 


Ronnie Powers


Ronnie is originally from Detroit, Michigan but has been living in California for over 13 years.  He moved here looking to find a place to begin his new life in addiction recovery.  His first job in the substance abuse treatment field was at a well-known Malibu treatment facility where he worked for 8+ years.  It was at this facility that he realized that working with individuals who were seeking recovery and looking to live a life free from alcohol and drugs was to be his calling.  It was there that he became CATC-I certified and decided to make this field his life's work.  Since then he has worked as a group facilitator as well as a sober coach for many private clients.

Ronnie's belief system is that anyone seeking recovery should be met right where they are.  They should have the opportunity to work through their issues alongside people who people who know what they are going through and can show them a different way.

Mary Kemp, PsyD


Born and raised on the east coast, Mary's career began in the telecommunications field which involved traveling the world in various Sales and Marketing positions. Completing her first Master's in Organizational Behavior from Johns Hopkins University, Mary was able to consult for Fortune 100 companies.  After 20 years in Corporate environments, Mary returned to her passion that of studying psychology and human behavior. 

With both a Masters and Doctorate in Psychology, Mary established a private practice concentrating on addiction and recovery.  For the past 20 years Mary has been focusing on assisting others with their mental health challenges and their sobriety.  Her almost 20 years of sobriety provides the foundation with which to build upon her commitment to guiding others towards the self-understanding they expressly desire. 

Mary comes from a large family and maintains close connections with her expansive tribe in the Maryland/DC area.  She enjoys being outdoors, being around animals and learning about the resiliency of the human spirit. 

Drew Hart


Originally from Memphis, Tennessee Drew battled addition for years and has been in recovery since 2013.  Drew received his education in addiction counseling from Sober College and completed all coursework with the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC). He began as a Counselor at Rise Recovery Community and since has worked extensively with troubled adults and adolescents struggling to overcome addictive behaviors. 

Drew has the distinction of surviving extreme trauma, violence and homelessness.  He possesses the firsthand knowledge of the commitment and focus that is required to reinvent oneself when one's life becomes unmanageable, or has been violently interrupted.  His personal experience combined with his training makes him uniquely qualified to guide troubled clients through the process of reclaiming their lives.