Meet the Daylight Detox and Recovery Center Team

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.

Clinical Team

Debra Stone, LCSW

Debra Stone, LCSW is a licensed Mental Health Therapist and drug addiction counseling specialist. Certified EMDR trauma specialist, and has published a variety of professional manuals.

Daniela Tullio, LCSW

Daniela Tullio was born and raised in the beautiful Palm Beach Gardens, FL and received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Psychology from Florida State University, then went on to complete her Masters in Social Work Degree from Florida Atlantic University. Daniela is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who has experience in providing an array of clinical services within all levels of care for substance dependency treatment and co-occurring disorders. Daniela has previously worked in private, court-ordered and state ran facilities for addiction treatment and she is experienced in working with individuals suffering from addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma and unresolved grief and loss issues. Daniela is a passionate and caring therapist who is dedicated to providing her clients with the highest quality of care and treatment.

As a licensed Clinical Social Worker, Daniela primarily uses a client centered, strengths based approach, along with cognitive behavioral (CBT), schema focused and other evidence based therapies in helping her clients heal from their addiction. Daniela focuses on helping her clients address the root cause of their addiction, while also assisting them in learning how to love themselves and become their true authentic self, so they can free themselves from the grips of addiction. Daniela believes that the key to healing from addiction is connection—connection to oneself, a higher power and other people.

Toni Edwards, MCAP, MAC, ICADC


Toni was born and raised in Champaign, Illinois. Growing up Toni was a National, North American, and US Open Ice Speed Skating Champion, she also raised and showed AQHA Horses, and AKC registered Jack Russell Terriers. She currently has four dogs and two cats, all of which have been rescued. She is a mother of two daughters, two stepsons, and a grandmother of seven.

Toni has been in recovery for 32 years and has worked as a Substance Abuse Counselor for the past 30. She has worked in facilities all over the east coast dealing with a vast variety of clientele, ranging from the harshness of working in a prison to the tranquility of Father Martin’s Ashley. Toni has been employed as a therapist with Daylight Detox and Recovery Center since it’s opening. She specializes in Co-Dependency and Relapse Prevention.

Medical Team

Dr. Joseph Bishop, M.D.


Dr. Jeffrey Bishop is a family medicine doctor in Royal Palm Beach, Florida. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 1985 and has been in practice for 31 years. He currently practices at Wellington Regional Medical Center and is affiliated with Wellington Regional Medical Center. Dr. Bishop also practices at Jeffrey Bishop DO in West Palm Beach, FL. He has worked with multiple detox facilities and addiction treatment centers since 2013, we were happy to add him as our Medical Director in 2017.

Mary Croes, RN


Mary Croes was born and raised in New York. She attended Florida Atlantic University for her nursing degree (Registered Nurse) and certification in addiction nursing. She is bringing over twenty years of experience as an RN and has worked in all aspects of healthcare during her career. Over the past nine years she has specialized in the field of addiction nursing. Mary believes addiction nursing is the most challenging yet rewarding area of healthcare and her passion is educating the public on the disease of addiction. She believes every human being has the right to feel well and whole again. Mary is also a member of ASAM.