Stephanie Platt - MFTi
Stephanie received her BS in Psychology from University of Phoenix and her Master’s degree in Psychology from Phillips Graduate University with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and a concentration in Co-Occurring Disorders. She began her clinical training working with survivors of domestic violence and their children. She then transitioned into working with adults in detox, residential, and outpatient settings to help facilitate their path to recovery.
Stephanie’s passion is Psychodynamic therapy which focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in the client’s present behavior. In addition, Stephanie is a certified domestic violence counselor, and is trained in and utilizes evidenced based practices such as; Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Seeking Safety.
Ryan Houtz - CADC II
Ryan is a Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor with over five year’s experience working with mental health and substance abuse populations. Ryan has one year working with adolescents in a residential treatment setting as well as an additional four years working with adults on various levels of care. Ryan is passionate about researching and obtaining a greater knowledge of the causes and symptoms of substance abuse which is incorporated into a well-versed approach to treatment and recovery.
Leah Rubke, LMFT - Clinical Directory
Leah Rubke is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 12 years clinical experience working with both adolescent primary mental health as well as adults with chemical dependency issues. She began her clinical training working therapeutically with probation youth in both residential placement settings as well as Juvenile Hall. Shortly after, she became a program director of a 6-bed adolescent group home for adolescents with acute mental health issues. In addition, she became well-versed in the detoxification and residential levels of care as the Clinical Director of 2 separate sub-acute/residential treatment programs. Leah is passionate about assisting both adolescents and adults in reaching their highest potential, identifying barriers (i.e. mental illness, substance abuse, persistent incarceration, and other life challenges) and thus discovering the most constructive ways to achieve this goal.
Robert Earnhart - House Manager
Robert Earnhart comes with experience working in the drug rehabilitation industry for the past 3 years. , He has worked in detox and residential levels or care as a residential advisor, building his skills in working firsthand with those struggling in early stages of addiction. He brings to Comfort Recovery the hope of helping and supporting others who struggle with addiction. Robert holds a passion for assisting others in achieving their full potential in their respective recovery processes.