A leading authority on addiction treatment therapies, program implementation, and “people development”, Adam has orchestrated several key programmatic transformations during his 20-year career, including the Daytime Intensive Outpatient Program and Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program at Santé Center for Healing, where he’s been making impact since 2018. As the Director of Clinical Services for Santé, an internationally renowned addiction continuum of care for individuals seeking long-term recovery from addictive substances and behaviors with a focus on dual diagnosis and trauma resolution, he helps provide the long-term vision, clinical methods and system processes to provide long-term recovery for Santé clients and their families. With a collaborative style and a penchant for humor, Adam draws on his extensive experience as a Santé Residential Case Manager/Primary Therapist, Santé Director of Intensive Outpatient Services and more than two decades of working in quality inpatient and residential facilities working with children, adolescents, adults and their families. He’s an avid proponent for dual diagnosis and trauma-informed care, which addresses the core issues often related to chronic relapse. Although he hasn’t fully adopted a Texas drawl, he comes to Santé via New York, attaining his Masters of Social Work from Syracuse University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY. In his time away from Santé, Adam enjoys time with his family and friends, golfing, and Syracuse basketball.