For years, we’ve developed relationships with master level therapists, addiction counselors, and recovery professionals from various backgrounds.

The recovery experts at Luna work together to evaluate complex, co-occuring health conditions. It’s our diverse range of experience that enables us to effectively address the many manifestations of addiction at the same time.

 

Robert W Park, LCDC

CEO and Founder

"I got sober in 2004 after a long battle with alcohol and drugs, and ultimately myself. I couldn’t believe what had become of me after a great childhood and upbringing. What went wrong? How did I get here?"

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Kathleen Park, MA, LPC, LCDC

Founder and Psychotherapist

"After years of 'red flags', I finally came to accept that my drinking had become unmanageable. I began to acknowledge that the fun times were few and far between and that rather than ease the pain I was feeling, the alcohol only amplified it."

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Aaron Austin, MA, LPC-I, LCDC

Clinical Director

"Growing up in Northern Minnesota the idea of recovery was a foreign concept to many, and drinking a way of life. Luckily, at 22 I went to treatment, and there I was enlightened to the solution many others before me had found as a result of the 12 steps and the program of Alcoholics Anonymous."

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Jay D Kelley, LCDC-I

Director of Operations

“I’ll never forget what it felt like to be truly powerless over my addiction. I grew up in an extremely loving home with wonderful parents and an amazing sister. I was given every opportunity in life to be successful and happy but I had been battling an addiction for several years."

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Beth Eversole, LCSW, LCDC

Beth pursued her undergraduate education in social work and psychology at Radford University and received her graduate degree in social work at The University of Houston. Concentrating on both clinical and macro levels of social work Beth has a vast array of experience. Finishing her Clinical internships with Baylor College of Medicine and The Council […]

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Jay Magness

Director of Business Development

In February of 2014 I embarked on a road to recovery, but I took a bumpy road to get there. At the age of 22 I had reached a point where I was doing everything I could to not drink or use, but kept falling short. I couldn’t comprehend how I would wake up every […]

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Jason James, M.D. ​

Dr. Jason James, M.D. is a board certified psychiatrist. He was born and raised in Houston, Texas and attended the honors program at The University of Texas at Austin. Following graduation, Dr. James volunteered abroad and then began his medical studies at Ross University School of Medicine. He completed his clinical sciences in New York […]

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Xue Yang

Trauma Therapist

Trauma robs us of our humanity and our potential. Long after the trauma the mind and nervous system continue to operate out of survival mode. Behaviors and beliefs that were once life saving can become a hindrance in the present. My main goal as a PTSD specialist is to help people move from survival mode to thriving […]

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Pam Stockton, MA, LPC, SEP

Psychotherapist

My life story does not follow a straight line. This description of my education, training, and qualifications thus differs from a conventional clinician’s curriculum vitae, reflecting a few of the varied bodies of knowledge and experience that contribute to my therapeutic perspective. The path that led me to become a psychotherapist includes my own healing […]

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Ginger Clarkson

Music Therapist & Meditation Instructor

Ginger Clarkson is a Board Certified Music Therapist, a Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery, and a teacher of Vipassana meditation. In addition to her private practice, she trains students internationally in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM). Ginger is the author of A Silent Cure: Transforming Preverbal Trauma Through […]

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Noel R. Love

Director of Family Programs

Noel Love initially worked as an alcoholism counselor after enlisting in the Air Force a year out of high school, where he received extensive training at the Johnson Institute in Minneapolis. His path would eventually include fourteen years as a counselor and program administrator and twenty years as an educational consultant specializing in helping schools […]

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Clint

Recovery Home Manager

“It took me years of struggling with alcoholism and addiction before my pain, depression, and misery finally screamed louder than the propaganda of denial my disease was feeding me. A crack formed in my soul’s prison wall, that I bound my self in, giving me a glimpse of hope that there was a better life […]

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Katie Barr

Interventionist and Recovery Consulting

Katie Barr has been working in the addiction treatment industry for 6 years, and has been an interventionist for 5. Katie has completed the BRI (Board Registered Interventionist) training, and the CIP (certified Intervention Professional). She is also trained on the Johnson, surprise, model as well as the invitational approach. Katie believes we don’t have […]

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Christian Carter

Recovery Advocate

Christian Carter is a Dallas native who moved to Houston when he got sober in 2016. His history with drugs and alcohol began in adolescents and progressed as he reached his early twenties. Throughout the last few years of his twenties there were countless failed attempts to stop. At 23, Christian made a final attempt […]

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