CIP Candidate / Recovery Advocate
BSFS Georgetown University Regional Comparative Studies
MA American University Special Education
Georgetown University African Studies Certificate Candidate
After teaching disadvantaged youth in the nation’s capital for nearly ten years, Zachary began his recovery journey in Southern California. After a period of personal growth and self-introspection, he is now using the skills he honed as a special educator and personal trainer to aid fellow addicts and alcoholics in early recovery in building their self-worth through esteemable actions and healthy decision-making.
Zach specializes in working with complex family systems and supporting their goal of recovery. Zach utilizes a collaborative approach with the families he works with to ensure everyone is working together in the best way possible. He has been conducting interventions for the past two years and excels at working with varied populations. His education experience allows him insight as how an individual may process or receive information and he is able to change his approach based on the client’s individual needs.
Trained by Intervention 911, Zachary has been working as a Recovery Coach, Case Manager, and Interventionist since 2012.