Meet Drew Horowitz & Associates
Drew Horowitz, MA, LADC, LPCC
Owner and Senior Interventionist
Drew Horowitz brings a vast range of expertise working with and overseeing our clinical team. He gained a wealth of knowledge through his own recovery, extensive training, and a master’s level education from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s Graduate School of Addiction Studies. Drew did his undergraduate degree at Hofstra University in NY, where he focused on psychology and human development. Most recently, Drew became an Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with the capability to diagnose and provide mental health treatment.
Within his decade plus of experience in the field, he has worked with a multitude of populations providing consultation, intervention, sober coaching, and counseling.
Drew is most well known for his mastery in conducting clinical interventions. Over the past several years Drew has gained significant experience traveling the country and even internationally to assist individuals with accessing treatment. The intervention process, according to Drew, must be done with compassion, empathy and a strong understanding of the pain individuals are experiencing while active in addiction. Drew has assisted over 500 families with the intervention process. Primarily, focusing on young adult males and adolescents. Drew’s intervention and coaching style was shaped by a background and training in motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and client-centered care.
Sandy Ogle, LADC, CIP
Sandra is a Licensed Addiction Therapist with extensive background assisting countless individuals and families navigating the road to recovery from a variety of addiction and mental health concerns. Sandra earned her degree & certification through the University of Minnesota in Psychology & Addiction Studies.
Sandra’s background is diverse, having worked in a multitude of clinical settings ranging from residential care, outpatient treatment, detoxification, internal county services and within the MN public school system. Sandra has led treatment teams, collaborated with local communities, advisory boards, and founded a successful county wide substance abuse prevention coalition. With three decades of experience, her highly evolved skill set allows her to navigate the most complex of behavioral health crisis situations.
Sandra brings a dedication to our team, along with a passion for assisting female specific concerns, adolescents, and families. Sandra believes that properly intervening can serve as a catalyst supporting and empowering both an individual and their loved ones to begin a process of healing. Her polished intervention style was shaped by her background and training in client centered care, family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. Sandra’s expertise in intervention work is recognized in Minnesota as well as nationwide.
Cory Olson, LADC
Cory is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor that has been helping families understand the dynamics of addiction and mental health within the family unit for over ten years. Cory has worked in high intensity residential treatment setting facilitating group therapy as well as individual therapy while working at New Beginnings and Riverplace Counseling Center.
Cory received his graduate level certification and license in alcohol and drug counseling from St. Cloud State University.
Cory uses a client centered, motivational interviewing approach and incorporates spirituality and the existential model to help clients find meaning and purpose in their lives.
Mark Guyott MA, ADCR-MN, LADC
Mark Guyott comes to Drew Horowitz & Associates with a diverse and unique history in Behavioral Health. He holds a master’s degree from the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies. Prior to earning his degree, Mark volunteered his time to 24-hour crisis call lines, crisis intervention, and with local and national charitable organizations.
Mark earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin in an unrelated field, which has evolved to prove valuable in a solutions-based philosophy. In one of the largest hospitals in the nation, Mark worked in the emergency rooms, ICU, In-Patient unit, Out-Patient unit, provided Chemical Assessments and counseling to individuals and families who struggled through addiction and recovery.
Mark has also worked with youth, adolescents, and college students in the Step-Up program at Augsburg College, helping them walk a path of sobriety through their transitions from high school to college and beyond. The past decade Mark has been working with individuals and families, facilitating family process crisis meetings (Interventions), Individual counseling and coaching, group counseling and consulting.
Mark employs many different evidenced based, spiritual, and other modalities, such as CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Transtheoretical Model of Change, Existential, music and poetry to serve as a catalyst of change.
“The road to recovery from substance use and co-occurring mental health is a process, not an event. It can be overcome, and the people I have been privileged to work with are some of the strongest, most intelligent, and wonderful people I have ever met. It’s your life, never give up.”
Daniel Livermore, BA
Recovery Services Manager
Dan has been helping people condition their minds and bodies for most of his life. After receiving his BA in Psychology from the University of Iowa, he started his own life consulting firm in 2015. He has coached men and women in strength conditioning and performance all over the country, including Illinois, California, Colorado, and Florida. Life and sober coaching was always part of his training, and when he moved to MN in 2022, found he was a perfect fit for our team. Dan channels his own personal experience in recovery to provide extra guidance and support to his clients. Dan is continuing his education, currently, finishing up his final year to achieve his Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology.
Recovery Services Specialist
Ana is currently on her path to completing her BA in Criminology with the University of Minnesota Duluth, demonstrating her commitment to personal and professional growth. With a deep understanding of the challenges associated with addiction, both within her family and personally, Ana brings a unique blend of insight and compassion to her role. She is dedicated to her own recovery through a 12 step program and believes recovery can look different for everyone. Her experience in mental health and recovery services spans a diverse population from adolescents to adults.
Ana’s dedication to the cause of recovery is exemplified by her role in opening Rejuvenate Home’s first women’s sober house in 2020, where she served as the house manager for a year. Subsequently, she excelled as the Recovery Specialist Supervisor at Tapestry Women’s Residential Treatment Center. Ana’s passion for aiding women on their path to recovery shines through her approach, characterized by unwavering compassion and empathy.
In her leisure time, Ana finds solace in the great outdoors, always accompanied by her beloved dog, Maya. She also cherishes quality moments spent with friends and family. Ana’s commitment to her work and her genuine care for others shows in every aspect of her life.
Jeffrey Cook, BA
Recovery Services Specialist
Jeffrey joins us from Rejuvenate Homes, in St. Paul MN. His primary role was overseeing and managing the men’s sober living homes. During his time with Rejuvenate, he found a passion for helping those in early recovery get their lives back.
He received his BA in management from the University of St. Mary’s, where he also played baseball during his schooling. In his free time, Jeffrey continues to play sports at any and every opportunity. This summer, he will be playing baseball on three sober softball leagues. His favorite ball team is the Kansas City Royals.
Jeffrey has always given 110% to the things he loves. Jeffrey’s own path in recovery has allowed him to encounter all walks of life; bringing with him to the table vast knowledge of the challenges and joys experienced in early recovery.
Kelsey Livermore, BA
Recovery Services Specialist
Kelsey has a strong passion for wanting to be able to better help those afflicted with the disease of addiction and other mental health disorders. Her own experience in recovery brings rich resources that enable her to help those still suffering. She is regularly involved in the 12-step fellowship community, but she has realized that she has much more to offer this community and their families.
Kelsey graduated from Roosevelt College in Chicago, IL with her bachelor’s in Biology. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling as well as her Peer Recovery Specialist Certification. Her current, favorite vacation spot is the Boundary Waters up in Northern MN. In her spare time she loves hiking and spending time in nature with her dog Maya.
Stephanie Friend, BA
Director of Marketing and Business Development
Stephanie is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Drew Horowitz & Associates (DHA) with 8 years of experience in the Behavioral Healthcare field and 15+ years of experience in Business Development. She studied Marketing & Business at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls. Her passion lies in meeting new people and connecting with providers to find appropriate care for clients. Her personal goal is to educate the community on the incredible services being offered at DHA. “Our clients deserve to feel safe and heard”, Stephanie says, “and our professional clinical team is here to help them on their journey towards health, sobriety and happiness”. To contact Stephanie for a meeting, tour or phone introduction, call (715) 222-6821.
Patrick Roe, BA
Marketing and Business Development Coordinator
Drew Horowitz and Associates welcomes Patrick to the team. He joins us with four years of experience in the Behavioral Healthcare field and an additional two years of professional Marketing experience. He received his degree in Business Management and Economics from Iowa State University. Patrick has an immense passion to help others, by giving back to the local community and growing professional relationships in the field. His mission is recovery focused; striving for continued growth in the behavioral health industry to demand better and making a positive impact whenever and wherever possible. In Patrick’s personal time, he enjoys being outside, on the water, in the gym, traveling, spending time with those close to him, and following the MN Vikings. To contact Patrick for a meeting or introduction, call (651) 600-0669.
Director of Human Resources
Samantha has over 13 years of Human Resources experience in the healthcare field and in areas such as full employee life-cycle needs, organizational development, and HR Administration. She has worked with both nonprofit and for-profit organizations, most recently with Associated Clinic of Psychology as their Human Resources Supervisor. Samantha has a strong passion for helping others and supporting colleagues to succeed. In her free time, Samantha loves spending time with her family, traveling, and spending time outdoors.
Admissions and Office Manager
Meghan has been working and volunteering in the behavioral health field for over a decade. Her experience includes working for a behavioral health consulting firm in the Twin Cities, where she directly assisted individuals and family members to find creative solutions for a variety of complex care concerns.
During her time in the field, she has been fortunate enough to work with some of the nation’s top treatment centers and professionals for mental health, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other process addictions. Most recently, she was an Admission Coordinator with Beauterre Recovery Institute in Owatonna, MN.
Maintenance Technician and Support Specialist
Jim joins the DHA team, most recently, from Gateway Recovery Center where he worked as Tech Supervisor for 3 years. Jim is a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist.
Jim’s dedication, passion and commitment to the recovery field are what make him such a valuable asset to our team. Having multiple years of personal sobriety, he offers a special understanding and empathy towards all those he helps.
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Long-term recovery from addiction means healing the whole individual – mind, body, and spirit.
Drew Horowitz & Associates was founded on a deep compassion for those who struggle with the pain of addiction. Having been through addiction and recovery himself, Drew Horowitz personally knows how incredible the recovery transformation can be. Healing from addiction leads to healing from the emotional traumas that cause it. A whole, restored individual who has healed from those traumas is capable of creating a healthy, happy, and successful life in long-term recovery.
There’s nothing that made me want to use more than people talking down to me and making me feel like a bad person.
– Drew Horowitz
People who struggle with addictions aren’t bad people that need to become good, they are hurting people who need to find healing. We help break down the walls and build solid foundations on which long-term recovery can begin.
Our Philosophy of Recovery
Our approach is founded on the understanding that every individual has deep internal resources and the inherent capacity to transform his or her life. We treat every individual with respect and compassion. We create the foundation for suffering individuals to build a new sense of self-worth to begin the recovery transformation from the inside outward.
We believe that by combining scientifically supported, evidence-based practices with the wisdom found in traditional recovery models, we are able to introduce the concept of treatment in a supportive and loving manner. We believe in a different type of intervention – one that focuses on supporting and encouraging the positive qualities of your loved one over the negative.
Our efforts have proven to be overwhelmingly effective. In 2018 alone, 94% of our intervention clients agreed to enroll in some type of addiction treatment program. Through our case management, consulting, and other family support services, we provide a very effective recovery program to help ensure that your loved one succeeds in long-term recovery.