Erin Stanfield, LCSW, Y-CBT, RYT, Clinical Director, Co-Owner     She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Recreational Therapy from Indiana University and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Arizona State University. Erin performed her residency at an outdoor treatment center for high risk youth and worked with gambling addicts at a clinic in Scottsdale. Erin’s clinical experience includes working with individuals, couples and groups in all levels of care. She has been in private practice seeing dual diagnosis clients for 13 years. Erin specializes in addiction and co-dependency. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher and a certified Yoga-Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. Erin believes in an integrated mind and body and utilizes a holistic approach to mental health in order for her clients to achieve an optimal state of wholeness and wellbeing.

Erin Stanfield, LCSW, Y-CBT, RYT, Clinical Director, Co-Owner

 She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Recreational Therapy from Indiana University and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Arizona State University. Erin performed her residency at an outdoor treatment center for high risk youth and worked with gambling addicts at a clinic in Scottsdale. Erin’s clinical experience includes working with individuals, couples and groups in all levels of care. She has been in private practice seeing dual diagnosis clients for 13 years. Erin specializes in addiction and co-dependency. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher and a certified Yoga-Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. Erin believes in an integrated mind and body and utilizes a holistic approach to mental health in order for her clients to achieve an optimal state of wholeness and wellbeing.

  Dr. Monica Faria, MD, Licensed Psychiatrist   Dr. Monica Faria is Board-Certified in both General and Addiction Psychiatry. She studied both psychology and zoology for her undergraduate training at Northern Arizona University. She then attended the University of Arizona College of Medicine, where she spent time pursuing her medical studies on both the Tucson and Phoenix campuses. Dr. Faria completed her psychiatric training at Banner University Medical Center and then went on to complete an Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at the UCLA-Kern and Cedars Sinai program in California.  Since completion of her fellowship, Dr. Faria has worked in community health, inpatient residential, and outpatient treatment center settings. Currently she is the medical director for the Arizona Physician's Health Program. She also strongly advocates for the advancement of the practice of Addiction Medicine as President of the Arizona Society of Addiction Medicine (AzSAM). She provides both Medication Assisted Treatment as well as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies to help support individuals in recovery. Her longstanding clinical interests include treatment of dual diagnoses, women’s health, and behavioral addictions in addition to substance use disorders.

Dr. Monica Faria, MD, Licensed Psychiatrist

Dr. Monica Faria is Board-Certified in both General and Addiction Psychiatry. She studied both psychology and zoology for her undergraduate training at Northern Arizona University. She then attended the University of Arizona College of Medicine, where she spent time pursuing her medical studies on both the Tucson and Phoenix campuses. Dr. Faria completed her psychiatric training at Banner University Medical Center and then went on to complete an Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at the UCLA-Kern and Cedars Sinai program in California.

Since completion of her fellowship, Dr. Faria has worked in community health, inpatient residential, and outpatient treatment center settings. Currently she is the medical director for the Arizona Physician's Health Program. She also strongly advocates for the advancement of the practice of Addiction Medicine as President of the Arizona Society of Addiction Medicine (AzSAM). She provides both Medication Assisted Treatment as well as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies to help support individuals in recovery. Her longstanding clinical interests include treatment of dual diagnoses, women’s health, and behavioral addictions in addition to substance use disorders.

 
  John Fleming, LISAC, IOP Director    John is the primary Intensive Outpatient Therapist. He received both Bachelor Master of Arts Degrees in Forensic Psychology in 1997 from The John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York with a Minor in Addiction Studies. His work with the chemically dependent began in 1985 at New York City’s Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, and the New York State Supreme Court Officers Association. John then interned at the New York City Police Department’s Psychiatric Services Unit, Alcohol Counseling Unit, and mentored under the beloved Monsignor Joseph Dunne. These experiences helped shape his views of employment based treatment, and John became a founding member of the New York State Unified Court System’s Employee Assistance Program. As such, John has made valuable contributions to his brother and sister law enforcement officers in their recoveries from both substance abuse and mental illness.    John has worked at the Seafield Center, a residential treatment center in Westhampton Beach, N.Y, and Southside Hospital’s detox and mental health units in Bayshore, N.Y.  John also interned at the Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center in Dix Hills, N.Y.  Since retirement from law enforcement and moving to Arizona in 2000, John has worked in hospital based programs for both chemical dependency and mental health, children’s, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations, at all levels of care.  John was trained in Multi Systemic Therapy for children and adolescents, and applied that training to work with at risk minors and their families. He has worked with the chemically dependent since 1985.

John Fleming, LISAC, IOP Director

John is the primary Intensive Outpatient Therapist. He received both Bachelor Master of Arts Degrees in Forensic Psychology in 1997 from The John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York with a Minor in Addiction Studies. His work with the chemically dependent began in 1985 at New York City’s Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, and the New York State Supreme Court Officers Association. John then interned at the New York City Police Department’s Psychiatric Services Unit, Alcohol Counseling Unit, and mentored under the beloved Monsignor Joseph Dunne. These experiences helped shape his views of employment based treatment, and John became a founding member of the New York State Unified Court System’s Employee Assistance Program. As such, John has made valuable contributions to his brother and sister law enforcement officers in their recoveries from both substance abuse and mental illness.

John has worked at the Seafield Center, a residential treatment center in Westhampton Beach, N.Y, and Southside Hospital’s detox and mental health units in Bayshore, N.Y.  John also interned at the Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center in Dix Hills, N.Y.  Since retirement from law enforcement and moving to Arizona in 2000, John has worked in hospital based programs for both chemical dependency and mental health, children’s, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations, at all levels of care.  John was trained in Multi Systemic Therapy for children and adolescents, and applied that training to work with at risk minors and their families. He has worked with the chemically dependent since 1985.