Bryan Day’s diversified professional history is best summarized as managerial and entrepreneurial with over 20 years as CEO / Owner of successful ventures in retail, publishing and service industries. His career includes leadership of start-up ventures, buy-outs, merger and acquisitions and business sales. In the 1990s, the publishing venture Bryan owned and operated was ranked as the 17th largest in the country and was consistently ranked as one of 25 fastest growing publishing companies in the nation with monthly magazine distributions of nearly one million copies worldwide. He received numerous awards in the 1980s for development of revenue forecasting systems, and forecasting future business revenue trends within the Sheraton Hotel systems. Bryan’s education focused on business administration, and hotel/motel management.
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Brad Collins received a Master of Human Relations degree from the University of Oklahoma and is an OBLADC approved supervisor. Brad is also an adjunct professor at Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow Campus and Tulsa Community College, teaching aspiring Alcohol and other Drug (AOD) counselors in the Masters in Addiction Counseling and Associates in Human Services degree programs, respectively. Brad’s passion is educating diverse audiences about the components of and recovery from the Brain Disease of AOD Addiction. He also believes in the benefit of collaboration with research professionals, engaging Research and Efficacy measures throughout the treatment and recovery process leading to the utilization of an authentic best-practices-approach in AOD Treatment to ensure successful outcomes.
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Dr. Martin is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS). He completed his medical training and general psychiatry residency at the University of Oklahoma. He is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. He has interest in treating individuals with addictive disorders and co-morbid psychiatric disorders. He has provided education on multiple addiction topics including pharmacology of addictive substances, screening for addictive illnesses, pharmacologic treatment of addictive disorders, and psychotherapeutic treatment of addictive disorders. He leads the OSU-CHS Addiction Medicine TeleECHO® Clinic. He has provided addiction and psychiatric care to adults receiving detoxification and residential treatment services at 12 & 12, Inc. since 2011. He became Medical Director at 12 & 12, Inc. in 2016.
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Melanie Anderegg-Norman is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling. She holds a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), in the state of Oklahoma. Also, she is certified by Oklahoma Department Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services as a Behavioral Health Case Manager (BHCM). Her areas of clinical interest include addiction, trauma, and integrative mental health. Melanie has an incredible passion for working in the field of addiction, which is driven by her desire to offer a holistic approach designed to identify, access, and build upon each person’s capacity for internal resourcing and resilience. She also believes in the value of encouraging each person to grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
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