Cindy Falor, M.S., LMHC, CAP
Clinical Director, Therapist
Cindy Falor is one of the co-founders of Breakthroughs Counseling & Recovery, Inc. She is the clinical director of Breakthroughs as well as a therapist. She holds a bachelors degree from Florida Atlantic University and a masters degree from Nova Southeastern. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Certified Addictions Professional (CAP) with more than 30 years experience in the substance abuse and mental health profession. She has been married for 30+ years, has 2 children, and 3 grandchildren. Her hobbies include travel, hiking, camping, and attending music festivals.
Specialties include: addictions/ substance abuse (adolescent & adult), mental and emotional health (depression, anxiety, etc.), trauma, women’s Issues, and LGBTQ.
Tony Fiser, M.S., LCSW, CAP
Executive Director, Therapist
Tony Fiser is a co-founder of Breakthroughs Counseling & Recovery, Inc. He is the Executive Director of Breakthroughs as well as a therapist. He holds a masters degree from University of Louisville and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Addictions Professional (CAP). He has more than 30 years experience in treating mental health and substance abuse issues. Tony has two daughters, three grandchildren and one great grandchild. He is an accomplished artist and enjoys fishing, boating, and hiking.
Specialties include: addictions/ substance abuse (adolescent & adult), mental and emotional health (depression, anxiety, etc.), trauma, marriage & family, hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming, Level II Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and critical incident debriefing.
Anthony Britton, B.S., CAP
Substance Abuse Counselor
Anthony “Britt” Britton is a substance abuse counselor in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Breakthroughs. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in counseling. He is a certified addictions professional (CAP) and certified in Recovery Dynamics. He has more than 30 years of experience in substance abuse treatment, including a 20 year career in the U.S. Air Force as a substance abuse counselor. He has been married 30 years (to his high school sweetheart) and together they have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. He has a strong spiritual background and is an avid golfer.
Specialties include: Substance abuse counseling, DUI/ North Florida Safety Council classes, pain management counseling, Impaired Practitioner Network (IPN) groups, Christian counseling, interventions, couples counseling, and training professionals on addictions.
Clarence “Gene” Bilbray, M.Ed., LMHC, CAP
Gene Bilbray holds a masters degree in mental health counseling and a bachelors degree in psychology from University of North Florida. He is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) and certified addictions professional (CAP) with twenty years experience in behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. His theoretical orientation is a mixture of Cogntive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Gestalt, and Family Systems Theory. Gene also holds a Florida professional teaching certificate in pyscvhology and guidance which he uses as a full-time guidance counselor at Ed White High School. Gene is married with two children and enjoys coaching softball, watching movies, and camping.
Specialties include: Child & adolescent therapy (age 6+), addictions/ substance abuse, general emotional & mental health (depression, anxiety, etc.), marriage and family issues, trauma, anger, and issues of spirituality and faith. He has also received extensive training in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM).
Mia J. Sell, M.A., LMHC, RN
Therapist, Registered Nurse
Mia Sell holds an associates degree in nursing, a bachelors degree in fine art from Rollins College and a masters degree in clinical psychology from West Chester University. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a Registered Nurse (RN) with more than 25 years in the mental health field. She is a native Floridian and was raised in a career Navy family. She has 3 children and enjoys kayaking, swimming, and art.
Specialties include: mental and emotional health (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.), health & weight management, eating disorders, trauma, marriage & family, career/ employment, women’s issues, adolescent issues, and stress management. She has advanced training in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprogramming), trauma recovery, and is also certified in clinical supervision.
Candace Perkins, M.S., LCSW
Candace Perkins holds a masters degree from Florida State University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She has more than 30 years experience as a therapist. She works with various psychiatrists and is sensitive to working with clients who require medications. She brings compassion to her work that allows clients to engage more fully in the therapeutic relationship and achieve their goals of therapy.
Specialties include: mental and emotional health & mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.), grief, blended families, couples, LGBTQ, personality disorders (borderline, etc.), stress management, trauma, and employment issues, clergy.
Steve Serventi, M.S., LMHC, CEAP, SAP
Therapist/ Workplace Consultant
Steve Serventi holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Counseling from Florida State University and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), and qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). He brings 30+ years of experience to the addictions, mental health, and occupational consulting fields. Hobbies include travel, scuba diving, and sailing.
Specialties include: work stress and workplace issues; substance abuse and addictions; DUI, Drug Free Workplace and Federal DOT substance abuse evaluations; training and consulting to businesses on organizational health; general mental health and life concerns (depression, anxiety, losses, adjustments, etc.); relationship and couples dynamics (communication, divorce, infidelity); critical incident stress management (CISM), post-traumatic stress; military and veterans issues; and a qualified clinical supervisor for Florida Mental Health Counseling Board licensing interns.
Angela Binkley Turk, M.S., LMHC, CRC
Angela Turk has a Master’s degree from the University of North Florida in Health Science, specializing in rehabilitation counseling. She holds a national certification as a rehabilitation counselor and a Florida license as a mental health counselor. Additionally, she holds teaching certificates in the areas of health, special education, math, and ESOL. As an educator and rehabilitation counselor, she provides a comprehensive approach to therapy by considering educational needs and disability issues. She has worked with adolescents and adults with mood disorders and addictions for 15 years in both inpatient and outpatient treatment settings. She also specializes in family mediation, which provides a set of skills to help individuals and families adjust to transition related to divorce. She is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, and most importantly, is a happily married, mother of three who enjoys hiking, biking, art, and music.
Specialties include: Adolescent therapy (age 12+), addictions/ substance abuse, general emotional & mental health (depression, anxiety, etc., marriage and family issues, trauma, anger, grief, and issues of spirituality and faith. She is also certified in clinical supervision for licensed mental health counselors, and a Florida Supreme Court Certified family/divorce mediator.
Leslie Norcross Miller, M.S., LMHC
Leslie Norcross Miller holds a bachelors degree in social work from FloridaStateUniversity and a master’s degree in mental health counseling from CapellaUniversity. In addition to her academic credentials, Leslie has certifications in victim advocacy, crisis response and early childhood education. She is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) with 20+ years of experience in behavioral health. Leslie has two adult children and her hobbies include; travel, sailing and enjoying the beach.
Specialties include: mental and emotional health (depression, anxiety, life transitions and adjustments, etc.); employee assistance assessment and brief therapy; trauma and post-traumatic stress; critical incident stress management (CISM); victims of crime; marriage and relationship issues; divorce adjustment and resolution; death, loss, and grief; family issues and dynamics (communication, blended families, parenting skills, etc); women’s issues, child and adolescent therapy (age 4 +) for both behavioral and developmental concerns.
Jeanna Houston, MA, LMHC
Jeanna Houston is a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern with over 18 years of experience working with clients with mental health and substance use disorders. She earned a BA in Psychology and an MA in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Florida. Jeanna takes a holistic view of wellness by incorporating ancient practices of yoga and mindfulness along with evidenced based practices of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Solutions Focused Brief Therapies to address her client’s physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness. Jeanna received 200 hour RYT yoga teacher trained in Yoga Therapy in 2011. She is passionate about optimal health in her professional and personal life and she draws from a rich history of Eastern Philosophies and Western science to meet the needs of her 21st century clients.
Specialties Include: CBT, MI and SFBT as well as her experience in 12 step and other recovery paths allows her to effectively address the needs of clients with grief issues, history of trauma, marital issues, anxiety, depression, stress disorders, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders. Jenna also has training and experience in working with LBGTQI issues and transitions and is certified in EMDR.
My name is Alisha Teague but please call me Ally. I'm a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern with ten plus years of experience working with adolescents and adults with mental health and addictions in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I received my BA in psychology with a concentration in child development from the University of North Florida and my MA in Counseling Psychology from Webster University. I come from a large military family and some of my hobbies include traveling, creative writing, reading and attending sporting events.
I work with you to help you identify your desires and empower you to make those positive changes in your life. I recognize that making the choice to seek help can be difficult, so I use an approach that is compassionate, direct, and non-judgmental to help create an environment where you feel supported in your counseling journey.
Specialties include: Addiction/Alcoholism (Adult and Adolescents), Adolescent Therapy(12+), Family members of alcoholics/addicts, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, Co-Dependency, Grief, PTSD, Co-Occurring Disorders, and Marriage/Couples counseling.
Ben Hancock, LCSW
Ben Hancock holds a Master's degree in Clinical Social Work from Florida State University. He has six+ years of experience working with individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, as well as working with veterans and people experiencing homelessness. He has worked in non-profit, inpatient, and intensive outpatient treatment settings.
His hobbies include music, kayaking, archery, and cooking.
Specialties Include: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar/mood disorders, life transition/adjustment issues, trauma, relationships, personality disorders, and addiction.
Eric Shaffer is a substance abuse counselor in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Breakthroughs. He holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and is a Masters Level Certified Addiction Professional (MCAP). He is a graduate of the Naval Drug and Alcohol Counselor school in San Diego, CA and is a Navy retiree. He has 7+ years of substance use disorder counseling experience, to include prevention/education, outpatient, and inpatient levels of care. Eric has been married for more than 17 years, has 3 children at home, and enjoys travel, history, and time with his family.
Specialties Include: Substance use disorder counseling, death, grief and loss, trauma, depression, general mental health and life concerns.
Rocko Bravo holds a bachelor's degree in business from the Florida State College at Jacksonville and is currently pursuing a masters degree in Social Work from The Florida State University. Rocko has been actively involved in the Northeast Florida recovery community for over six years and started his career in substance abuse counseling in 2017. Rocko is a Certified Recovery Support Specialist and a Nationally Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist as well. Rocko has worked in many facets of the substance abuse field such as Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), recovery residences, and intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Rocko's variety of experience in the field allows him the opportunity to better understand the client's individual needs, assist in creating a tailored treatment plan, as well as a maintenance plan to set up clients for success.
With extensive experience as an NFL athlete and Jaguar chaplain, I have developed a professional drive to counsel that is fueled by a personal desire for character: to replicate joy in external relational accomplishments that flow out of internal enduring character.
To facilitate this, my style of counseling stems from a psychodynamic approach. I incorporate various interventions to stimulate healing and reinitiate growth. These techniques are rooted in attachment, CBT, solution-focused, motivational interviewing, emotionally focused, and Christian counseling therapies among others to address stress, anxiety, fear, anger, loss/grief, performance, failure, and faith to name a few. However, no matter the issue or the intervention, my manner of counseling will provide care and support as means for accessing health and growth for your soul.
I am a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with the state of Florida. I hold a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame ('90) and a master's degree in counseling from Concordia University-Irvine through the Townsend Institute of Leadership and Counseling ('19).