The mission of Haven House Treatment Centers is to provide a complete wrap-around continuum of treatment for clients struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our mission is borne from the empathy and understanding we have for the devastating effects of addiction as well as the great hope and certainty we place in the healing process. To carry out our mission we offer the most effective evidence-based therapies provided by the leading experts in the field.
Jeremy Stanton founded Haven House in 2004, after realizing there was a void in the crucial period between inpatient treatment and the return to everyday life. Drawing from his own personal experience, Jeremy built a series of luxury sober living homes that provided the necessary fellowship and structure that had been vital in his own recovery. After working with thousands of residents and their families, he started Haven House Treatment Services, providing relief through comprehensive clinical services for those suffering from addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Having specialized in the treatment of addictive and compulsive disorders, Maxine has worked in some of the most well know addiction treatment centers in Los Angeles. While working with both the duel diagnosed community as well as those reentering society after decades of incarceration, she quickly earned her reputation as a fierce client advocate.Maxine comes to our program with extensive experience in child development, relationships and a passion for interpersonal neurobiology and the healing of trauma. She is a California State Certified-Child Sexual Assault Advocate, and gives care and voice to silenced victims. Her hard earned insight and empathy provide a tremendous sense of hope and comfort to our clients.
Drew Mottinger, MFT
Emma Bodganoff, MFT
Since moving to Los Angeles two years ago, Emma has worked with individuals facing eating disorders.Her experiences working with these individuals have built a foundation for co-occurring addictionsincluding drugs and alcohol. While peeling through the layers of addiction, Emma has helped individualsfind peace with their body and mind. In outpatient settings, she facilitates group, individual and familytherapy. Using a cognitive behavior approach, Emma facilitates groups to build healthy boundaries, communication skills, and better ways to cope.
Laurie Cousins is a Mindfulness group facilitator at Haven House. She has a B.A. in Psychology from California State University, Northridge and is a graduate of the InnerKids Mindfulness Professional Training program, co-founded by Susan Kaiser-Greenland. Laurie has been studying at the Mindful Awareness Research Center at the Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA for the past two years with Diana Winston and will complete the Certification Mindfulness Facilitation program in Dec. 2014. Laurie, who has been in recovery for over 28 years, is passionate about providing useful skills and tools to help clients cultivate and maintain long term recovery.
As a strengths-based coach, Sheryl’s passion is helping people discover their life purpose through meaningful work, empowering relationships and ongoing personal development. Her M.A. is in Psychology, and she is a certified Job and Career Transition Coach. The focus of group career coaching is to have clients identify their career values, motivated skills, and occupational interests, and then build job search skills such as effective networking, interviewing, and resume writing to ultimately create both an online and in-person professional presence that reflects their unique brand.
Hyim Ross, MFT
Matt Porter, MFT
Dr. Lisa Powell, PsyD, EMDR/Trauma
Yoga Group Facilitator
Pia has been a yoga practitioner for over 15 years. She teaches yoga and Recovery Yoga in various studios and treatment centers across Los Angeles. Her passion lies in guiding those who have experienced trauma and/or addiction through a practice that is gentle and restorative. It incorporates a combination of breath, movement, stretching, and stillness. This practice allows the learner to come back to a sense of safety and comfort in exploring what drives our actions. One is able to cultivate a positive regard for the body, and strengthen the resilience to deal with painful or uncomfortable emotions that arise. This often allows the client a way of syncing the mind, body, and spirit.
Manager, Sober Living Apartments
Thomas has been a part of the Haven House family for about three years. He left his career in the food service industry so that he could be of service to individuals in early recovery. Thomas supervises the men’s extended care sober living, as well as our sober living apartments. The challenges and rewards in being an influence in his client’s recovery drive Thomas’ passions in this field. The same service he provides to clients is the same he would have provided to his earlier self in recovery. Thomas understands the important and serious role of guiding clients towards a life of long-term sobriety, and helps them translate the structure of sober living into a future of inner-peace and personal freedom.