Brent Goldman

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Brent Goldman

Brent Goldman Inneractions

Brent Goldman

Director of Business Development

Based on Brent’s extensive hands on experience in the area of recovery, he created a structured mens recovery program that was designed to provide a safe, sober environment, by which clients can find their own path in recovery, and ultimately, reinvent themselves in the process.

As part of his own recovery journey, Brent has counseled countless individuals in early recovery. His greatest gift is his ability to connect with people from all walks of life.

Through his personal growth and road to recovery, Brent found a home here in the Inneractions community as our Director of Business Development.

Sam Epstein

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Sam Epstein

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Sam Epstein

Program Director

Sam Epstein is the Program Director of Inneractions. As the program director, Sam works together with the clinical director to oversee the program and ensure quality services are provided. He also initiates any improvement that may be necessary and maintains a client caseload that provides individualized treatment for each case.

Sam has been working in the substance abuse field since 2015. His passion for treatment stems from his own personal experience that started seven years ago where he was given the help he needed.  He believes in passing that forward to the clients that he works with.  By evaluating each client’s needs, Sam works to ensure that each client has the proper resources that are necessary for success in their treatment process and in turn a more productive life. 

Danielle Birrittella, M.F.T.I.

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Danielle Birrittella, M.F.T.I.

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Danielle Birrittella, M.F.T.I.

Group Facilitator

A New England native, Danielle was born on a Hindu ashram to American parents and works from a lens that bridges Eastern philosophy and Western mythologies. As a multidisciplinary artist, she is an avid classical singer, composer, and designer with a particular focus on collaborative engagement with poets, dancers, and visual artists. Danielle’s creative interests explore the transcendent, spiritual function in performance, and the rituals of adornment in design. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Vogue, Elle, InStyle, The Huffington PostOpera NewsC Magazine, and on The Today Show and NPR.

Alexandra Block, M.A.

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Alexandra Block, M.A.

Alexandra Block Inneractions

Alexandra Block, M.A.

Group Facilitator

Alexandra Block, M.A., is a Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (#105759) with Inneractions Treatment Center. She is extensively trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, and applies this knowledge in addition to multiple other evidence based approaches to her work with people struggling with addiction.  She has experience in working with the particular difficulties that can occur all across the lifespan and for all members of the family adoption triad. She is ASIST certified, competent in assessing and addressing suicidal thoughts, behaviors, and applying interventions. 

A native Californian, Alexandra developed her drive and empathetic skills by competing in the equestrian arena from a very young age. During her initial training is when she began to discover her belief that honoring and respecting the humanity in each client is of the utmost importance and integral to her clinical work. Within this includes a strong reverence for a corehuman need—a connection to other human beings. 

Alexandra holds her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, she focused her studies in Spiritual and Depth Psychology — an integration of mindfulness, transpersonal, and Jungian modalities, where the therapist’s goal is to help the client unite their conscious with the unconscious in a quest for wholeness and spiritual connectedness. Alexandra formerly worked with clients across the age and gender spectrum at Counseling West where she utilized Sandtray therapy. She has experience and extensive training in crisis management and suicide prevention through Didi Hirsch. 

Alexandra is currently pursuing her doctorate at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology to further advance her knowledge in the field. 

Kimberly Adams, L.M.F.T.

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Kimberly Adams, L.M.F.T.

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Kimberly Adams, L.M.F.T.

Group Facilitator

Kimberly Adams is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a wealth of experience in the field of Substance Dependence and Mental Health. Prior to becoming a Therapist, Kimberly worked as an Early Childhood Development Teacher for 10 years. Her passion for assisting others reach their fullest potential catapulted her into the field of Psychology. Kimberly has served as Primary Therapist at the most Luxurious Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health, and Dual Diagnosis Rehabilitation Centers. She has over 11 years of experience working with Addiction, Grief and Loss, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Psychosis, Personality Disorders, Trauma, and Family/Marital Discord. Kimberly takes a non-judgmental approach to therapy, whereby creating a safe and comfortable environment in support of her client’s growth.

Jessica Fieldman, M.F.T.I.

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Jessica Fieldman, M.F.T.I.

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Jessica Fieldman, M.F.T.I.

Therapist

Jessica is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who has been working in the Recovery field since switching careers in 2016. She has a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Phillips Graduate University, a Master’s Degree in Business Taxation from the University of Southern California, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley.

Jessica uses various techniques including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Client-centered Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She combines humor and empathy to make the clients feel comfortable, allowing them to see their unhealthy behavior patterns and gain the tools and courage to make difficult changes.

Jessica’s approach to addiction is that the drugs and alcohol are just coping mechanisms for underlying pain, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and trauma. By addressing the core, underlying issues together, clients are able to heal, grow, and find satisfying lives that no longer include the use and abuse of substances.

Rachel Kove

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Rachel Kove

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Rachel Kove

Life Coach

Rachel Kove is the CEO and co-owner of Transformational Solutions and an individual and group Coach at Inneractions. For over ten years, Rachel has worked intimately with clients as a trauma-informed life coach, particularly within the fields of addiction, recovery, and personal development. She facilitates motivational groups and workshops that are focused on individuals learning the emotional and practical life skills necessary to face life’s challenges. Rachel’s goal is to empower her clients to transform their relationships to themselves in order to build self-love and a sense of self-sufficiency to accomplish their goals.

Rachel Sillman

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Rachel Sillman

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Rachel Sillman

Associate M.F.T.

Rachel Sillman is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Yoga and Meditation Instructor. She also holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University and has taught meditation classes and workshops at international retreats around the world, including in downtown Los Angeles. Rachel specializes in working with clients in stress reduction, goal creation, and attainment, discovering one’s passion and purpose, and learning how to emotionally regulate the body and nervous system through life’s challenges. Rachel currently runs groups at Inneractions around actualizing one’s goals and aspirations and learning important life skills for navigating many of life’s hardships. In addition, she works with clients 1:1 to help them overcome negative belief systems and move towards leading the life they want to be living.

Alli Weiss

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Alli Weiss

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Alli Weiss

Facilitator, Intern

Alli Weiss is a graduate student in the Masters of Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University. Her specialty is in addiction and recovery. Alli’s training includes working within the somatic experience, mindfulness, CBT, attachment, psychodynamic, and various interventions to provide clients with a supportive and transformative experience.   

Natasha Hall

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Natasha Hall

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Natasha Hall

Nutritionist

Natasha is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist who helps clients create lasting lifestyle changes through food, exercise, and emotional wellness practices.

Her practice focuses on teaching clients how to implement healthy habits that are sustainable, as opposed to dieting which has proven to be ineffective long-term. She is passionate about helping individuals develop a new relationship with food and their bodies that is based on love and not on punishment.

Natasha believes that developing mind-body awareness and attunement to oneself is the most valuable tool a person can have for knowing how to best take care of themselves.