Tina Goodin, Ph.D., ABPP, CPS, FPS, FIPA
Tina Goodin, Ph.D., ABPP, is a Board Certified Licensed Psychologist. Dr. Goodin has been in administrative and clinical mental health care for 27 years. She was the Founding Director of The Counseling Service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a McGill University teaching hospital and professor of Psychology at renowned institutions including McGill University, the University of Ottawa and Wayne State University. An innovative administrator and leader, Dr. Goodin spearheaded a clinical program and a highly regarded Internship program within a residential teaching hospital and later spent many years in successful private practice.
Dr. Goodin’s collaborative approach employs her clinical expertise of participative leadership, empowering team leaders to do what they do best. Having come from a family with a strong medical background, Dr. Goodin understands the importance of combining exceptional clinical care with comprehensive medical care. Her years in private practice have provided experience in a wide range of complex clinical issues. Today, Dr. Goodin is well known for her knowledgeable, caring and compassionate approach to the treatment of addiction and addiction with co-occurring eating disorders.
Dr. Goodin is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, member of the Florida Psychological Association, the International Psychoanalytical Association, the Florida Psychoanalytic Society, the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society, and a Fellow of the American Board of Psychoanalysis.
A professionally trained classical pianist and former host of Lifeline with Dr. Tina on talk radio, Dr. Tina is over-the-moon about her six Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Westminster show dogs, and lives with her husband, a leading Senior Neurologist in Palm Beach County.
Valerie Jackson, CEO
Valerie Jackson has joined Futures of Palm Beach as CEO. In this role, Valerie will be overseeing all aspects of management of this exclusive, 75 bed Drug, Alcohol, and Eating Disorder treatment facility, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. With over 25 years of experience in the Healthcare Management field, Ms. Jackson brings with her an extensive background and experience in Strategic Planning, Financial Management, Operations, Public relations and Marketing, Human Resources, Medical Management, Public Policy, and Regulation. Valerie holds a BA from University of Miami, and obtained her MBA in Healthcare Administration, and a MS in Human Resources.
During her career, Valerie has been the CEO of many hospitals in Florida, where she has gained significant experience in acute medical and psychiatric care. In addition, Ms. Jackson has been a Healthcare Consultant to many healthcare facilities and physician practices, to assist them in maximizing their operations. As well, as being active in many community agencies and charitable organizations during her career, Valerie currently is a governor appointee and represents the Public on the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine.
Susan Roy, Director of Marketing
Susan Roy joined the Futures team in October of 2013 as the Director of Marketing. Her current position encompasses business development, search engine marketing, admissions, and public relations. Prior to joining futures, Susan was the Public Relations Director for The Treatment Center of the Palm Beaches where she was responsible for developing public relations strategy, administration of charitable giving programs, search engine optimization, website development and the strategic use of social media.
Susan gained a great deal of experience in business development early in her career as a consultant to law firms and has worked in a wide variety of industries. As the former director of a not-for-profit crisis center, Susan developed a passion for serving the needs of those with addictions, eating disorders and trauma. Today, Susan serves as the Chairman of the Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition’s Prescription Drug Task Force and is active as an author and speaker on the subjects of addictions, options in treatment and domestic violence.
Gloria Dunkin, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Gloria Dunkin received her MD from the University of Iowa and completed her General Psychiatry Residency and her Fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at the University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital. When asked what inspired her to specialize in this field of medicine Dr. Dunkin responded, “The decision to make addiction psychiatry the central focus of my career was based on my observation that patients with this affliction often demonstrate vast improvement in a relatively short period of time when expert treatment is combined with their desire to change. The greatest satisfaction I have ever experienced is that of seeing my patients return for anniversary ceremonies celebrating their years of sober living. It is a testimony to the triumph of the human spirit over adversity and a reminder to me of the way in which the sound application of psychiatric principles can change lives for the better.”
Dr. Dunkin has more than 15 years of experience in the addiction treatment field and has held the position of Medical Director at two prior prestigious institutions. She is currently a member in good standing with the Florida Psychiatric Society, the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Linda Spencer, Director of Nursing
Linda Spencer, Director of Nursing, joined the prestigious Futures substance abuse and eating disorder treatment facility in November of 2013 and has been in the nursing field for over twenty- four years. She completed her Associate in applied Science degree at the college of Du Page, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois in 1989. She graduated Magna Cum Laude, in 1999, from Florida Atlantic University, in Boca Raton, Florida, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Linda Spencer, RN, then continued her education by obtaining her Master Degree in Nursing, in 2006, from Florida Atlantic University, in Boca Raton, Florida, graduating Magna Cum Laude.
Linda Spencer, MSN, BSN, RN has extensive nursing experience in the acute medical area, psychiatric nursing with children, adolescents, adults and geriatric population, as well as hospice nursing, diabetic teaching and substance abuse. She has previously held the Director of Nursing position at a nationally well renowned substance facility in the West Palm Beach area since May of 2006.
She is a member of the Florida Nurses Association, American Association of Diabetic Educators, Association of Professionals in Infection Control and the Palm Beach County Director of Nurses Association.
Lisa D. Rollins-Garcia, PhD, Primary Therapist
Dr. Rollins-Garcia has achieved extensive experience in the treatment of Eating Disorders during her 25 years as a licensed psychologist, 17 of which were spent in private practice. At the University Counseling Center at Texas Christian University, Dr. Rollins-Garcia also served as the Program Director for the Eating Disorders Program as well as the Director of Training for the Peer Counseling Program.
As a Primary Psychologist at Futures of Palm Beach, she applies her attention to detail and breadth of knowledge to each client, assuring that no problem is overlooked and no client is unheard.
Dr. Rollins-Garcia speaks throughout the country about the latest treatment modalities and relapse prevention strategies for eating disorders and has written several white papers on the subject. She earned her Ph.D. at Auburn University and her M.S. at Florida State University. She received her B.S. from Auburn University.
Frank Ervolino, ND, Acupuncturist
Dr. Frank Ervolino graduated in Naturopathic Medicine and Acupuncture from the prestigious Bastyr University in Seattle. In 1999 he moved his practice from Seattle, Washington to Stuart, Florida. Shortly thereafter, he was asked to join the Mind/Body of Jupiter Medical Center and became the first acupuncturist on staff at the hospital. Dr. Ervolino is respected for his knowledge of acupuncture; having served on the regulatory board FAOMRA and several boards of the AAAOM. Dr. Ervolino regularly lectures on acupuncture and Chinese medicine and has two community acupuncture clinics in the treasure coast area. In clinical practice, Dr. Ervolino is respected for his work in pain control, addiction recovery and gynecological conditions.
Lorraine Kozlowski, CHT, CLC, Hypnotherapist
Ms. Kozlowski received Certifications in Hypnotherapy from The National Guild of Hypnotists, The American Board of Hypnotherapy and The Florida Society of Professional Hypnotherapists. She brings 20 years of experience to Futures, working with clients on an individual basis for relaxation, visualization of goals and to release anxiety and control cravings. Ms. Kozlowski has also worked as a case manager and presents exemplary standards in recognizing the unique needs of each client.
Linda Petkas, Board Certified Life Coach
Lisa Baruch, LMSW, Regional Director of Business Development
Ms. Baruch’s 21 years in healthcare encompasses a range of experience from intake, level of care and psychosocial assessments, individual and group therapy, as well as program development for an acute residential treatment program in Washington D.C. Other experience includes an array of business development and marketing positions. A graduate of The American University with a BA in Psychology, Lisa also has her MSW from The Catholic University in Washington D.C and is a Licensed Social Worker.
In her position as NE Regional Director of Business Development Ms. Baruch is a liaison for healthcare professionals, families and individuals exploring treatment options for those struggling with substance abuse, eating disorders and dual diagnosis. In addition, Ms. Baruch coordinates aftercare planning and alumni support. She maintains a passion and commitment to supporting those seeking help, healing and strives to provide support to those in the journey of recovery.
Christi Hagadorn, Intake Specialist
Christi assists the Director of Admissions in the handling of incoming calls, conducts tours and facilitates admissions. She brings passion and purpose to every experience and guides possible clients to their own paths of recovery.
Ms. Hagadorn can also provide referrals for clients suffering from addiction and eating disorders to therapists, doctors and psychologists, as well as answer questions about Futures’ admissions process, interventions, programs, and the transition for patients and families into the treatment setting.
Prior to joining Futures, Ms. Hagadorn spent 13 years as a supervisor with the Customer Care Center at Florida Power and Light, giving her a unique perspective on the needs of customers.
Drew D’Alessandro, Director of Operations
Drew D’Alessandro joined Futures in December 2012 as the Director of Operations. Before joining Futures, Drew was a part of the GMH Capital Partners team for five years and oversaw the operations of a 140 unit Class A multi-family housing community in the Philadelphia area. With moving away from multi-family housing and moving to the sunshine state, Drew will apply his experience in facility operations and customer service to Futures’ program. Drew received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Marketing at Pennsylvania State University.
Omar Kamal, MA, MS, Resident Manager
Omar Kamal is a Resident Manager at Futures of Palm Beach with double Master’s Degrees in English Studies/Culture and General Psychology. With five years of experience in the psych field as a mental health supervisor, Omar has the proper knowledge and experience to provide the best client care and service by hiring and managing qualified resident assistants with Associates and Bachelor’s degrees in the field of Psychology or related fields. Omar is trilingual, which enables him to relate to multiple cultures and fulfill the needs of the clientele. Besides acting as a resident manager, Omar also performs miscellaneous duties including helping clients develop vocational skills, budget management, aftercare housing, and organization of therapeutic and recreational outings.
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What is CARF? — The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a nonprofit and independent accreditor of health and human services.
What Does CARF Do? — CARF helps treatment centers achieve internationally recognized standards by working with them to improve the quality and value of their services.
The Accreditation Process — CARF conducts an on-site survey to evaluate the business and service standards of a facility. Then a facility must submit a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to address areas of improvement.