Corey Burton, B.A. is a graduate student at Shippensburg University working on his Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Corey has over three years’ experience in drug and alcohol services, to include counseling in a Residential Treatment Facility. Corey specializes in Addictions Treatment, Group Facilitation, and Motivational Interviewing. Corey is a member of the American Counseling Association and Chi Sigma Lota Honor Society. Corey received his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Shippensburg University. Corey has learned the importance of meeting clients where they are in their process of change, treating clients with the respect and ensuring there is no wrong door to their treatment needs. In his free time, Corey enjoys traveling and going to the movies.
Alicia Griffith, M.S. received a Masters of Science from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Criminal Justice/Criminology. Alicia has over ten years experience working as a therapist for both juveniles and adults involved in the criminal justice system. Alicia is currently a Psychology and Criminal Justice instructor at ITT Technical Institute. In 2005, Alicia earned a certification In Prison Ministry and has dedicated her time to volunteer at various local jails throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland. Alicia conducted her Internship as a Psychologist for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Alicia, enjoys being the mother of her daughter Ruby, which she believes has been the most rewarding job by far.
Renea Snyder, M.S. is Founder and CEO of Migliore Treatment Services. Renea was the prior Drug and Alcohol Program Manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and has over 13 years experience in the treatment field. Renea is a National Trainer for Seeking Safety and SMART Recovery. In 2015, Renea received International Recognition for the development of the First Recovery Model for Correctional Settings. Renea has been involved in multiple state and local committees as an expert and advocate for quality addictions treatment for criminal justice populations. Renea graduated Cum Laude from Capella University with a Masters of Science in 2011.