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Meet Our Team: Head Recovery Coaches (Part Two)

Posted on January 15, 2015 by StayConnected

We are excited to introduce you to the other two (of four) Head Recovery Coaches, Rebecca and Krystal. Our Head Recovery Coaches work directly with our women on a daily and overnight basis and provide a direct link from our clients to the entire treatment team. Meet Head Recovery Coaches Vero and Candy here

rebecca

1. What is your name and how long have you been with Oliver-Pyatt Centers?
Rebecca “Rebs” Garcia. I have been at Oliver-Pyatt Centers for over six years!

2. Provide a few sentences about your role at Oliver-Pyatt Centers.
I am the Head Recovery Coach of Casa Verde. As Head Recovery Coach, I manage the day-to-day logistics of the clients’ outings, transportation, passes, etc. I also try my best to be a strong leader and role model for the other recovery coaches at Oliver-Pyatt Centers.

3. What is the role of recovery coaches at Oliver-Pyatt Centers? 
The recovery coaches wear many hats. Working as a recovery coach may require you to be on your feet all day; supervising outings, preparing snacks, administering medications, being a shoulder to lean on, a listening ear, and sometimes playing a game (or two) of Bananagrams. There is no set job description for a recovery coach. Sometimes, working outside of the box makes all the difference in a client’s recovery process.

4. What is your favorite thing about working as a Head Recovery Coach at Oliver-Pyatt Centers? 
I have two favorite things. The first is the ability to work at a job that allows me to help women in recovery each and every day. I love the opportunity make a positive impact in someone’s life. My second favorite thing is being able to work with such an amazing staff. I have developed so many meaningful relationships and lifelong friends at Oliver-Pyatt Centers. To me, these two things are priceless.

5. Tell us three things that nobody knows about you.
In my spare time, I enjoy pet sitting and doing makeup. I love going to the shooting range for some target practice. I had my 15 minutes of fame on Samantha Brown’s 10th Anniversary Special. She made me ride Rockin’ Roller Coaster three times consecutively!

 


 

krystal

1. What is your name and how long have you been with Oliver-Pyatt Centers?
Krystal Ferrer, I have been with Oliver-Pyatt Centers for five and a half years.

2. Provide a few sentences about your role at Oliver-Pyatt Centers.
I am the Head Recovery Coach in Casa Rosada. As Head Recovery Coach, I manage all the recovery coaches in Casa Rosada. I also act as the liaison between the recovery coaches, clinical, and medical staff. Part of my role is to work closely with the clinical team to ensure we offer loving, individualized support for each client.

3. What is the role of recovery coaches at Oliver-Pyatt Centers? 
The recovery coach position is made up of many roles. We are role models, friends, supports, nurses, and so much more. We spend every minute of the day with our clients in their journey through recovery.

4. What is your favorite thing about working as a Head Recovery Coach at Oliver-Pyatt Centers? 
I love the opportunity to make an impact in our clients’ lives; to watch them grow and overcome the eating disorder. I also love all of my co-workers and working with an incredible team every day.

5. Tell us three things that nobody knows about you.
I lived in the Florida Keys until I was seven. I worked in TV and Radio before joining the team at Oliver-Pyatt Centers. I have a significant fear of lizards, which can be quite the challenge living in Florida!

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