Ken KocourekLegal General Counsel
Scott Mabus Director
Harry SchneiderCounselor - C.A.D.C.-II CA
Jackie Kuhl Registered Nurse (RN)
Dave Williams Certified Addiction Counselor
Mike Harmon Registered Addiction Technician
James P. McCrea Registered Addiction Technician
Andrew D. Romine Support Staff - M.H.T.
John Wynn Support Staff
Shawn Flowers Support Staff
Daniel Gonzalez Yoga Instructor
Keith Goshay, CATC-II Executive Director
Keith has worked in the industry of substance use disorders and mental health treatment for over 25 years. He spent his first fifteen years in executive management with various residential and outpatient facilities. Throughout his experience, Keith has demonstrated the ability to manage a full clinical and medical staff.
As Valedictorian, Keith completed his certification in 1996. His area of expertise or modality is CBT. He is also a stong advocate for education on codependency and family dynamics. Keith believes the ability to excel at this line of work is a blessing. He once heard that “if you find a job that you love, you’ll never work another day in your life.” That being said, Mr. Goshay has not worked in over 25 years!
David Ludington Director of Business Development
Mr. Ludington's life in alcohol and drug recovery began at the age of 18. After going through a myriad of treatment centers himself, he found joy and fulfillment by giving back the gift of recovery to countless families and their struggling loved ones.
Trained under Dr. John Bradshaw in Texas 35 years ago, Mr. Ludington served as the Program Director for the central Texas based Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP), one of the countries largest adolescent treatment centers. It was there he developed skills for clinical outreach, fundraising, and business development.
It is Mr. Ludington's belief that together we can all work to increase the opportunity for people suffering from the disease of addiction to overcome their dependences and live a life in recovery, becoming responsible and productive members of society. Mr. Ludington's passion is to help the hopeless because he was once hopeless. He believes through sobriety, anything is possible.
Mr. Ludington brings years of experience in business development, growth and scaling to not only the 10 Acre Ranch, but many facilities that offer the highest quality of care for struggling addicts and their loved ones.
Charles R. Truslow, CADC-CAS Program Manager
Mr. Truslow has worked at the 10 Acre Ranch for the past 10 years. He began as a volunteer and quickly discovered a true passion for helping others struggling with addiction. Mr. Truslow wanted to interact with the clients on a deeper, more significant level, so he enrolled at the California Consortium of Addicted Programs and Professionals and became a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor -- Certified Addiction Specialist (CADC-CAS), where he graduated as valedictorian of his class. Charles has dedicated himself over many years and is now the Program Manager. It has been a pleasure being part of the success and growth of the 10 Acre Ranch and witnessing the transformation of countless lives in a positive loving direction.
Shalbe Ealey, LMFT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Shalbe is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Pyschology Intern who recently completed requirements to earn her terminal degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology. For over seven years, she has had the honor of clinically working with various individuals, families, and couples, presenting with a wide array of difficulties including trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, phase of life issues, psychosis and more.
Her compassion and empthy enables her to establish a supportive working relationship and foster individul growth within her clients. Some of her main goals when working with individuals are to provide a safe and trusting environment while simultaneously encouraging individuals to develop achievable goals for long term success.
Felipe Diaz, CADC-CAS Certified Addiction Counselor – A.S. Business Management- R.R.W.
Felipe is certified CADC-CAS case manager at the 10 Acre Ranch. Before he began working with the 10 Acre Ranch, Felipe served in the U.S. Navy as a Hospital Corpsman. He is an OIF/OEF Veteran.
Mr. Diaz has an Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certficate and Mental Health Rehabilitation Certificate from InterCoast Colleges in Orange County, CA. He is nationally certified with CCAPP as a CADC-CAS. Additioally, he has an Associates in Management from Riverside City College and is working to complete his BA in 2018. Felipe is a sports fanatic, an avid runner, PS4 gamer and enjoys live music concerts.
Jeffery Burke, CATC-I Certified Addiction Counselor
Jeffery has completed his AOD certification requirements from San Bernardino Valley College and is currently enrolled at Riverside City College where he is finishing his Associates Degree in Human Services and Social Behavioral Studies.
Jeffery began with the 10 Acre Ranch as an intern. Today, he is one of the best case managers. Working with people who suffer from the disease of addiction is a passion of his. He too was once in their place. Jeffery believes that through shared understanding and proper education that he can reach and guide people out of their addiction and into a life worth living.
Nicholas Costagliola Director of Operations - A.A.-Human Services/C.A.T.C.-II
Nicholas Costagliola has worked in the treatment arena since 1996. Earning his Associates of Arts degree in Human Services and Certification in Alcohol and Drug Studies in 1999, from Cypress College, Nicholas continued earning supervised hours and was additionally awarded certification from the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Educators. Nicholas started at the 10 Acre Ranch in 2008 as Support Staff and has worked his way to his present position of Director of Operations. Additionally Nicholas is a member of the National Honor Society for Psychology.
Dr. Tracy Chovanec Director of Psychology - Psy.D.
Dr. Tracy Chovanec (License # PSY 26690) earned her Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology in 2013 from Alliant International University in Irvine, CA. In 2010 she began as an Intern working with the severely mentally ill at a locked psychiatric facility in Riverside, CA. She now works as a supervisor in the same program, mentoring Pre and Postdoctoral Interns. As a Predoctoral Intern, she participated in qualifying the training program for its current CAPIC Membership status, ensuring the highest standards for predoctoral psychological training programs in California are consistently met.
In addition, Dr. Chovanec has an outpatient practice in Rancho Cucamonga where she specializes in addiction recovery, thought and mood disorders, ADHD, autism, psychological assessments, and various other aspects of forensic assessment and mental health. In February 2015, she began working as a consultant at 10 Acre Ranch where she conducts evaluations, and participates in treatment planning for incoming clients. She began providing similar services at AJ's Amethyst House in San Jacinto in January 2016.
Whether working with those with severe mental illness, outpatient clients, or those in recovery, Dr. Chovanec believes in providing services with compassion and understanding. She believes that all people are capable of making a fresh start, and feels it is important for her to create a safe environment for her clients to find the best in themselves. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she had a successful 15 year career in Information Technology and had earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Business Administration. She worked for various Fortune 500 companies as an IT manager before deciding to pursue a career that better allowed her to give back to her community through the application of psychology.
John Mann Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
John has been a licensed clinical social worker since 1980. He is licensed in both California and Florida. Over the past 39 years, he has worked with a wide variety of patient population groups including seniors, couples, and those in the LBGT community. His preference is working with those who are struggling with existential issues that may or may not be compounded by the use of alcohol and/or other drugs.
His patients are people, not psychiatric labels...The "frame" from which he works in leans towards the psychodyamic; client-centered; existential; solution oriented; and ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) perspectives. If possible, he also likes to integrate spirituality into his work- whether it be religious in nature, or 12 Step based.
People "stuck" (not "broken") with respect to their ability to cope with problems in living. His role, therefore is that of helping people to gain a better understanding of HOW they are "stuck;" perhaps how they GOT "stuck" ... and what steps are needed to get "unstuck."
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