Meet The Team
CAP, President and CEO
As CEO, Brittany has built a high quality, ethical, and cutting edge addiction treatment facility. As a native Floridian, and graduate of Florida Atlantic University, it was important to Brittany that the knowledge she’s gained through her many years in recovery be used to create a cost effective option for those in need of treatment in Florida. Her unique approach to recovery seamlessly blends compassion, motivation, and accountability. Brittany believes that addiction doesn’t affect only the addict, but rather, the entire family. She’s molded a clinical modality that engages both patient and family to truly facilitate long-term recovery. Her passion is helping men and women engage with the underlying issues that drove them to drugs and alcohol in the first place. Keeping this in mind, Brittany set out to create a clinically driven, comprehensive, addiction treatment center. It’s safe to say that her passion and unrelenting drive to help those still struggling with addiction has helped Brittany to make Lighthouse Recovery Institute a truly one of a kind and highly effective treatment center.
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Clinical Director, LCSW – Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Aimee is passionate about offering hope to individuals and families struggling with addiction issues, and about providing them with clear pathways toward recovery. After obtaining her Bachelors degree in Communication, she earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University as a clinical social worker specializing in addiction. Aimee has worked in all levels of addiction care since 2012. She currently owns her own private practice, Aimee Jones Therapy, LLC. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida and an active member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Aimee possesses superior understanding of addiction, mental health issues, co-occurring disorders, and personality disorders. Her experience in these areas is invaluable to her patients. Utilizing such therapeutic modalities as narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) techniques, Aimee is able to offer unique individualized care for each client.
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MS, LMHC, MCAP – Primary Therapist
After graduating from Florida Atlantic University with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, Jessica completed two separate Master’s Programs at Nova Southeastern University. She has an MS in both Investigative Forensic Technology & Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health Counseling. Following her extensive education, Jessica worked at Coral Springs Elementary School, Passport Preschool, the Florida Department of Children and Families, and Broward Youth Treatment Center. To say she has a passion for helping at-risk individuals is an understatement. Her dedication to contributing to the education of others, whether in an academic or treatment setting, is unmatched. Also being committed to health, wellness, and nutritional counseling services, it is plain to see Jessica is one of the most well-rounded, innovative therapists in south Florida and a true asset to Lighthouse’s clinical team.Jessica@lighthouserecoveryinstitute.com 561-381-0015 Ext 1012
MSW, B.A – Primary Therapist
Tabitha has been working in substance abuse treatment in South Florida since 2013. Her previous work experience was primarily focused on the areas of providing clinical support for caseloads under a primary therapist and auditing charts for accrediting bodies. Her passion and dedication to helping others realize their true potential in times of adversity started at a young age and continues to show through her therapeutic work with patients today. Tabitha understands the impact of trauma and addiction on the individual. She strives to empower her patients’ recovery by displaying unconditional positive regard and providing truly individualized care with each patient. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University in 2014. Following graduation, she completed two years in the FAU Mental Health Counseling graduate program. After determining that it better reflected her personal and professional goals, Tabitha shifted her educational focus and enrolled in the Master of Social Work curriculum. Tabitha graduated from FAU with her MSW in 2018 and is actively pursuing her licensure. In addition to her work in substance abuse treatment, Tabitha completed one of her master’s level internships in a facility providing counseling for individuals with disabilities who were been victims of various forms of crime and violence. Tabitha brings a diverse background and a passion for empowering patients, and we are excited to have her as aprimary therapist at Lighthouse Recovery Institute.Tabitha@lighthouserecoveryinstitute.com 561-381-0015 Ext 1013
Executive Assistant to the CEO & Directors
Rachael Bass is the executive assistant to the CEO and Directors of Lighthouse Recovery Institute. She assists in the facilitation and execution of administrative responsibilities throughout Lighthouse Recovery Institute. Rachael joined the Lighthouse Recovery Institute in 2015 bringing with her extensive experience in customer service, administrative, and operational procedures. Rachael is proficient in Microsoft Office. She holds an associate’s degree in business and is an Intuit Quick Books email@example.com 561-381-0015 Ext 1011
Administrative Assistant to the Directors and Staff
Nety is the first voice you hear when you call Lighthouse Recovery Institute. She has been working in the Mental Health and Substance Abuse field since 2014. Nety carries with her several years of Customer Service Experience and has vast knowledge in Administration. She is Bilingual to English and Spanish and likes helping people. On her spare time Nety enjoys being with family and friends, loves animals, music and the firstname.lastname@example.org 561-381-0015
Mental Health Nurse Liaison, Family Program Liaison/Adviser
With over 30 years as a Mental Health Registered Nurse, Randy brings extensive experience to the Lighthouse Recovery Institute’s clinical team. She served as a Nurse Manager for both a Detox Program and for inpatient Mental Health Units for Adults, Adolescents and Children. Randy is also certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse. In addition, she is a respected educator for professionals, community members, and families. Areas of knowledge that Randy specializes in include Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Awareness, Addiction and the Family, and Parenting. Aside from Randy’s strong clinical background, she is also the mom of a young adult with Substance Use Disorder who has been in long term recovery for over 6 years. Randy is especially passionate about supporting other families on this difficult journey. She is very comfortable sharing her experience, strength, and hope with family members of patients in our care. Randy truly understands the critical importance of a parallel recovery program for family email@example.com 561-381-0015
Director of Admissions
Rima Treynker is the Director of Admissions at Lighthouse Recovery Institute. With over eight years of experience working in substance abuse treatment, Rima brings a diverse professional background to her position. Born in Moldova, Rima is fluent in Russian. At a young age, Rima and her family moved to Chicago before relocating to south Florida in 2004. Since then, she’s worked in various roles as a Case Manager, Director of Housing and Intensive Outpatient Programming, and Assistant to Chief of Operations. In addition, Rima has experience working in Outreach and Coordination of Patient Services. Combined with her passion for supporting loved ones of individuals who suffer from addiction, Rima’s background serves her well in assisting patients in accessing the care they need to begin their recovery journey. Rima is also a student currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, with which she plans to continue using her experience to help those in need. In her free time, Rima enjoys travel, learning about wellness and nutrition, and exploring new cultures. But above all, Rima is committed to helping families heal from addiction through connecting addicts with the programs and tools they need to firstname.lastname@example.org 561-381-0015
Emotional Support Animal
Zoey, a young and ambitious Golden Retriever, is Lighthouse’s official emotional support animal. She has been a great asset to the team since her birth in December of 2015. Since then she has been bringing smiles to everyone that walks through the door. She is officially house broken and is currently working on her doggy bone management certification.