• Diana D’Anglada, MA – Primary Therapist

    Diana D'Anglada

    Ms. D’Anglada earned her Master’s in Clinical Psychology from The Behavioral Institute, Slamanca, Spain. She also obtained her Master’s in Psychology from the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico.
    Ms. D’Anglada specializes in behavior modification, evaluation and treatment of depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders, eating disorders, sexual dysfunctions, addictions, and other behavioral and affective disorders.
    Ms. D’Anglada is experienced in a clinical setting, working with diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of mental dysfunctions. She has a remarkable ability to analyze behavior, plan design and implement management programs. Ms. D’Angladas’ goals are to share her knowledge and experience to help her patients in overcoming their addiction and empowering their lives.

  • Amesha Williams, LMFT – Primary Therapist

    Ms. Williams earned her Master’s from Nova Southeastern University in Florida and her Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of Florida. Amesha began her career with the Regional Juvenile Detention Center working with young adults struggling with substance abuse and suicidal behaviors. She provides individual /group counseling and treatment planning focusing on Dual diagnosis and behavior, psychiatric medication management, psycho-education/psychosocial skills training and case management. Amesha provides individual and group therapy for adults with problems including marital issues, family conflict, substance abuse, domestic violence, grief and loss and trauma.

    She is President of Personnel Action Committee, a member of the Clinical Document Forms Committee and a Partner of the Electronic Healthcare Records Project and Training. Ms. Williams’ goals are to use her knowledge and experience to ensure her clients have a successful outcome in recovery.

  • Amanda Chilleme, MS – Primary Therapist

    Amanda Chilleme

    Ms. Chilleme received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from the Florida Atlantic University with honors. Ms. Chilleme started her career as an Intern during graduate studies at New Directions for Young Adults, where she was a group facilitator and secondary therapist for patients who were on the autism spectrum.

    Before accepting the position as Primary Therapist at Treasure Coast Recovery, Amanda held a Women’s Residential Therapist position at CARP Inc.; helping women seek treatment for dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental health conditions. Her specialty is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to treat patients that suffer with Dual Diagnosis. Her goal is to assist her patients in identifying the patterns of thought and behavior that keep them “stuck” in the addictive cycle and work towards the development of a more beneficial lifestyle for long term sobriety and personal growth.

  • Patricia L. Auzenne, MSW – Clinical Social Work

    Patricia L. Auzenne

    Ms. Auzenne received her Masters in Social Work from the Barry University in Florida. Ms. Auzenne specializes in the deep understanding of each client’s special needs. She is a primary therapist and does individual, family, and facilities group’s session. Also, develops individualize treatment plans; substance abuse and aftercare plans. Ms. Auzenne is devoted to patients and to her community.

  • Jennifer Lewis, MSW – Clinical Social Work

    Jenny Lewis

    Ms. Lewis received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University Of Florida, and earned her Masters in Social work from the Tulane University in Louisiana. Ms. Lewis specialty lies with individuals suffering from substance abuse, trauma and disaster mental health. Her main focus is to help the patients here at Treasure Coast Recovery overcome and educate on the seriousness of substance abuse and mental health.

  • Adam Friedman, Ph.D., Adrian K. Schmitt, M.S., RMHI

    Adrian K. Schmitt & Adam Freidman (DBT therapist)

    Dr. Adam Friedman currently co-directs the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program at Treasure Coast Recovery. Dr. Friedman has had the privilege to be trained by DBT founder, Dr. Marsha Linehan. He completed his doctoral dissertation on Anorexia Nervosa and Self-Mutilation. Dr. Friedman’s work has been published in psychoanalytic journals and he has written a chapter on the analysis of dreams that has recently been published as part of a book. He has a strong psychoanalytic background, and has trained with the Southeast Florida Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychology. Dr. Friedman was a finalist for the Max Hutt Award at Nova Southeastern University, given to the most promising Psychoanalytic clinician of the year. Dr Friedman is also featured in HBO’s award-winning documentary on eating disorder treatment, entitled, “Thin.”

    Adrian K. Schmitt, M.S., RMHI – Co-Director of DBT, Adrian received her Masters of Science from Nova Southeastern University in Mental Health Counseling and continues to work closely with other DBT professional to ensure a successful and effective program for her clients. Ms. Schmitt is an experienced psychotherapist with specific expertise in substance abuse, eating disorders and dual diagnosis cases.

    Ms. Schmitt currently co-directs the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program at Treasure Coast Recovery. Ms. Schmitt has had the privilege to be trained by DBT founder, Dr. Marsha Linehan. She has an extensive background facilitating Relapse Prevention Programs in other addiction programs and has worked closely with families to understand and address their loved ones’ addiction. During her tenure as an addiction care professional, Ms. Schmitt has been an effective advocate and therapist to clients suffering from a wide range of mental health disorders.