Tony, MSC, LPC, LISAC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor. Tony is a Clinical Supervisor assisting associate level counselors to receive independent licensure. He is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Psych Services, LLC, a licensed outpatient treatment center which provides contract services, private practice, and consulting for the mental health and substance abuse field. Tony has been in the mental health field for over 9 years. Tony received a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from DePaul University in 1987. Tony was self-employed before he decided to change careers. He received his Master of Science degree in Professional Counseling from the University of Phoenix in 2010. Tony is a member of the American Counselors Association. He was on the Executive Board as treasurer for the Arizona Counselors Association. Tony has provided psychotherapy in a residential and inpatient setting, as well as outpatient treatment for both chemical dependency and mental health. He has worked with individuals, couples, and families. Tony’s passion lies in working with addicts (alcoholics) and the addicted families. He has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy. Tony specializes in mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar, trauma, and anger as well as substance abuse. Tony had his own struggle with addiction which included using drugs and alcohol for over 30 years. He decided to ask for help for his addiction in 2006 and voluntarily participated in treatment. “My treatment experience was such that I received an understanding and therapy for the underlying issue which facilitated my drug and alcohol use. Once the underlying issue was addressed and treated, I no longer needed to use drugs. I still need the support of my family and recovery friends to help me stay clean and sober. My treatment experience and the changes in my life as a result were so amazing that it sent me on a path to help others with mental illness and substance abuse.” – Tony B.