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Bob Gibson

Bob Gibson

Alumni Coordinator at Devon

Bob has worked for RCA Devon since June of 2019, initially starting as an RSS. He then became a Lead RSS and eventually moved into the Recovery Instructor position before becoming an Alumni Coordinator. Bob has a strong passion for 12-step recovery and helping patients to navigate their own path and have their own recovery experience.

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What is your favorite quote, and why?

“If you want something you have never had before, you have to do something you have never done before.”  I like this quote because applies so well to not just my own life, but I can’t think of too many situations that it doesn’t apply to.

What are the major driving forces in your life?

Honestly, nothing brings me serenity like being of use to other people. That’s what I strive for in my professional and personal life. I was very selfish most of my life, but today I have the opportunity and the knowledge to act as the exact opposite and help others.

If you could send a message to family, friends and loved ones of those with a substance use disorder, what would it be?

Do not forget about your own mental health and well-being while trying to work through your loved one’s addiction. There are many resources available to support the family and loved ones of people suffering from addiction. Use them. You are not alone.

Why do you choose to work as an Alumni Coordinator for RCA?

In all my roles at RCA, except for this one, my relationships with our patients ended when they left treatment. In this role I am afforded the opportunity to be a resource to our alumni for the long haul.

What do you enjoy most about the work that you do?

Being able to carry a message of hope to people that need it is an honor and a privilege and brings me a great amount of joy. There is nothing more exciting than getting to watch people become the best versions of themselves.

Stephanie Lewis

Stephanie Lewis

Clinical Director

Stephanie has been a leader in Behavioral Healthcare for over 5 years. Stephanie graduated from Temple University in 2018 with her Master’s Degree in Social Work with a clinical concentration. While in graduate school, Stephanie spent her internship working with those suffering with Mental Health-related conditions. Her professional career began in 2014 as a Recovery Support Specialist at a large Substance Abuse Treatment Facility. She quickly advanced to a Primary Therapist upon completion of her MSW program and joined Recovery Centers of America in 2018. Stephanie quickly transitioned into the role of Clinical Supervisor overseeing the young adult male program and later transitioned to the female neighborhood. During this time, Stephanie assisted in the development of the female Trauma Program, Breaking Free, as well as many other specialized programs offered at Devon.

Stephanie’s professional journey has included Leadership Development, Community-based Behavioral Health organizations, Behavioral Health Managed Care, Continuous Quality Improvement, and Community Outreach. Throughout her career, Stephanie has maintained a heavy focus on sustaining an environment that promotes a positive, forward-thinking culture and a commitment to Mission and Core Values. Stephanie has been a strong voice for workforce development, team building, and bridging the gap between clinical excellence and administrative supports. Her ability to build and empower teams is seen throughout her professional experiences and her relationships with relevant stakeholders.

Tami Moylan

Tami Moylan

Interventionist Manager

Tami Moylan, CIP, CFI, CFRS, Interventionist at Recovery Centers of America, never envisioned she would one day work in the field of substance use disorder treatment, but after watching her mother battle this horrific disease for over two decades, she eventually found her true passion and calling. She has an affinity for working with families seeking help for their loved ones. Tami is a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), Certified Family Focused Interventionist (CFI), and a Certified Family Recovery Specialist (CFRS). Tami feels strongly that families are the silent and forgotten victims of this disease and this is her way to give back and help those experiencing what she herself experienced first-hand.

Tami works very closely with the Intervention Support Specialists and leadership to help families struggling with addiction – a mission that is close to her heart.

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“Watching my mother struggle with addiction for over 2 decades, it was hard, especially as a child,” Tami says. “But it’s why I do what I do. When I was going through this, there wasn’t help. There was no one on the other end of the line to guide a family. I recognize what addiction does to families. So while I’m passionate about helping the individual, I’m also passionate about helping the family.”

Tami accepts and expects every Intervention to be different yet stays focused on the goal and keeping everyone moving towards the right path. She excels in walking alongside families, educating and guiding, and helping them figure out how they can support the recovery – not the addiction.

“As long as someone is breathing, there’s hope,” Tami says.

Robert Bunyon

Robert Bunyon

Interim Chief Executive Officer, Recovery Centers of America at Lighthouse

Robert “Bobby” Bunyon is Interim Chief Executive Officer at Recovery Centers of American at Lighthouse.

For over a decade, Bobby has been an influential leader within the addiction treatment field. Before assuming his current role, he served in many leadership roles at RCA including Interim Chief Executive Officer at Recovery Centers of American at Capital Region, Corporate Vice President of Strategic Growth CEO and Chief Executive Officer at RCA at Bracebridge Hall.

Prior to RCA, he worked at Retreat Behavioral Health, a provider of substance use disorder and mental health services in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Bobby received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Psychology from the University of Phoenix.

Sarah Rivera

Sarah Rivera

Nursing Director

Sarah has spent her 17-year career as a registered nurse in a range of positions such as staff nurse, unit manager, administrative director of nursing and director of nursing within various medical settings including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, long term care homes and a drug and alcohol center. Sarah currently is a member of the steering committee for PRO-A, Pennsylvania Recovery Organization- Alliance and collaborates closely with the Pennsylvania Nurses Assistance Program to assist nurses who are impaired from drugs and alcohol. Sarah has found her purpose to enmesh her passion for both recovery and nursing with RCA’s mission to help save one million lives from drugs and alcohol.

Dr. Caroline McWilliams

Dr. Caroline McWilliams

Medical Director

Dr. McWilliams is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. She trained in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. McWilliams is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine, and has been practicing since 2007. She has served as an attending physician for the Department of Public Health at a community health center in Philadelphia and the Medical Director at Inglis House, a nursing home in Philadelphia, PA. Her interest includes addiction medicine and treating patients with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. She acted as the lead Physician at Malvern institute, a drug and alcohol rehab facility in Malvern, PA. She has served as the Medical Director at Recovery Center of America in Devon, PA a comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility, since August 2017.

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