Kerry Coyle serves as the Executive Director of Life of Purpose Florida. An Alma Mater of Florida Atlantic University for both undergraduate and graduate school, she is perfectly aligned for executive leadership of our academically-focused institution located on the campus of FAU. She will lead the center’s multidisciplinary team of clinical, academic, and medical professionals, and continue the elevation of standards of care based on evidence of efficacy, that is at the core of Life of Purpose Treatment. Experienced with more than 15 years of executive leadership excellence in behavioral healthcare, she leads with resolution and accomplishment. Ms. Coyle has served in various leadership positions at some of the most highly-regarded behavioral health facilities across the country. Her exemplary career includes increasing patient care and outcomes, legal compliance, program development, financial management, strategic planning and forecasting, cohesively creating working environments of appreciation and strong communication, clinical education, synergistic referral relationships, family programming, and alumni relations. With her academic achievements, professional accomplishments, ethics and compassion, we are delighted and honored to have her as part of the team.
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A PURPOSE DRIVEN APPROACH TO ADDICTION TREATMENT Our mission is to support each individual in creating a life worth being sober for. We believe recovery and success are not mutually exclusive but that success in long-term recovery relies upon the pursuit of one’s passions, vision, and purpose. Life of Purpose is designed to support individuals in acknowledging their self-worth and their capabilities by pursuing commendable acts while simultaneously receiving clinical and medical support for their recovery. SERVICES • Psychiatric Care offered by a psychiatric nurse practitioner • Medical care provided by an on-site, full-time nurse • Cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative therapy, adventure therapy, and cognitive reframing • A dedicated case manager to address legal concerns and coordinate with the clinical team SUPPORT • Family program and support provided • Alumni support • Weekly family participation with clinical staff and case management during a client’s treatment is required A STRENGTHS-BASED INTERVENTION Traditionally, emerging adults have been diverted away from higher education due to the view that a university campus is an “abstinence hostile”environment. The alternative to the pursuit of higher education is full-time employment in the skilled workforce. The lack of upward mobility and perceived stagnation created by this dynamic undermines the progress made during treatment and the individual’s ability to maintain recovery. The addition of even a single class in conjunction with part-time employment fundamentally changes a young adult’s perception of self and the direction of one’s life. ACADEMICALLY FOCUSED AFTERCARE • Full-time academic case managers work with clients one-on-one to review class assignments, prepare for class projects and exams, as well as help clients develop effective study habits and the tools to deal with the pressures of being a student. • A supportive infrastructure allows for potential barriers to be identified early and addressed either clinically or academically as needed. Life of Purpose in Florida can assist you with safe housing options while you are in treatment. Recover your purpose!!! Life of Purpose has 4 locations to meet your specific needs: Boca Raton, FL Fort Washington, PA Yardley, PA Bala Cynwyd, PA
Life of Purpose Reviews and Ratings Details
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Reviews at a Glance
- Holistic Therapy
Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.
- Client & Family Support Groups
Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
Kerry Coyle, MSW, LCSW - Executive Director
Alexis Rossi MSW, LCSW, CAP - Clinical Director
Alexis is responsible for overseeing, training, and supporting all clinical components of LOP Boca. She also works with clients individually and in groups and utilizes a strengths-based, solution focused perspective. She prioritizes healthy family involvement and considers each client holistically. Specializing in trauma informed behavior-based therapies, she believes that the key to success is empowering the individual to be confident in their abilities to maintain healthy changes over time through healthy changes in cognition. She has extensive experience working with clients who have been living with co-occurring disorders and was a crisis intervention specialist for several years. Alexis is especially impassioned to work with individuals recovering from substance misuse as she firmly believes in the restorative power of sobriety.
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