Rather than focus solely on the client’s addictive behavior, our counseling programs are designed to promote healing of the whole person — mind, body, and spirit. This integrated approach allows us to effectively address the addiction while exploring and healing other aspects of life that may have been sacrificed for the addictive behavior. When we heal the whole person, the client is better equipped to return home with the strength they need to pursue a life free from addiction. We limit the number of clients under our care to ensure each person receives the time and attention he or she needs along their journey to recovery. By maintaining a low client-to-counselor ratio, the quality of our service and strength of treatment outcomes are consistently outstanding.
Dr. Richard Crabbe
Kayla Hernandez, SUDP, Clinical Director
Kayla Hernandez has served at Free by the Sea since 2017. She has served in a variety of roles including starting out as a residential substance use disorder counselor, supervising the partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, and currently holds the position of the substance use clinical supervisor and oversees the FBTS program across all levels of care. Kayla obtained her bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently working toward her masters in clinical mental health counseling through Grand Canyon University. Kayla loves working in the addiction recovery field and is honored to be part of the healing and recovery process.
Jan Kaschmitter, Mental Health Counselor
Jan Kaschmitter has been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor since 2001. She has been an Approved Clinical Supervisor and clinical department manager in previous positions prior to coming to Free by the Sea where she is currently the Mental Health Clinical Supervisor. Jan has experience with individual, family, and couples counseling with specialized training in addictions, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, and anger management. She is currently working on credentialing as a gambling counselor. Jan has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Washington University and prefers to work in a co-occurring setting.