Daylight Detox and Recovery Center Staff
At Daylight Detox and Recovery Center we take pride in having a highly experienced team providing an excellent quality of addiction treatment care for our clients. Having originated as a family ran treatment program, our team still works like a family system. When your loved one is in our care, they will feel like they are a part of our family. Many of our core members have personal experience with the struggles of addiction and recovery and have been exactly where our clients are
Debbie Stone, LCSW
Her educational background began by receiving her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Rider University in 1989. Post graduation she took her talents from New Jersey to Florida to join the Master’s in Social Work Program at Barry University. After graduation in 1997, through 2014 Debbie worked as a Support Coordinator (Case Management) for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities.
After being involved with adults and children for 17 years with varying degrees of developmental disabilities she learned patience, being a team player, communication with loved ones, and sensitivity to others. After gaining her license in 2012, she never imagined leaving individuals with disabilities to work in substance abuse, but as life changes so did Debbie.
As the Chief Clinical Director she will be overseeing both the Detox/Residential Program as well as the Intensive Outpatient Program. Her specialties are solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and has additional expertise in couples’ counseling and family therapy. Being affected personally by having a love one who has struggled with addiction, she understands firsthand what families are going through.
She stands behind Daylight as one of the many dedicated treatment centers in South Florida that are rising above the negative Florida Press. She wishes that as a community we can all work together to create a cohesive recovery experience for the individuals we serve.
DR. JEFFREY BISHOP, M.D
He worked in Family Medicine for 35 years before retiring from his practice. He then went on to be the Chief Medical Officer at Wellington Regional Medical Center for an additional seven years until resigning from his position in 2013 and started Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Bishop thought the transition from family medicine to addiction medicine was a natural fit in order to combat the current drug crisis in America.We are proud to have such knowledgeable Medical Director here at Daylight Detox & Recovery Center.