Sandra S. Champa LCSW, CAP
Clinical Director & Therapist
Sandra’s experience extends from supervisory roles in administration of treatment programs through a wide range of educational requirements to certification as an addiction professional in 1990. Since 1986 she has been employed in South Florida as a therapist and counselor. Specializing in individual and family guidance, she maintains a private practice in the Delray Beach community founded in 2002.
Dr. Karrol-Jo (K.J.) Foster LMHC, CAP
Family Recovery, Relapse Prevention & Trauma Specialist Clinical Therapist
Dr. K.J. Foster is a LMHC, CAP, Qualified Supervisor, and the Co-Director of The Beachcomber Family Program. She is also the founder of Fostering Resilience™ Relapse Prevention and the Co-Founder of the Center for Sobriety, Spirituality & Healing. In addition to her latest book, The Warrior’s Guide to Successful Sobriety. KJ has authored many articles on addiction recovery, and a book chapter on 12-Step Spirituality in the book Spirituality and Religion in Counseling: Competency-Based Strategies for Ethical Practice. KJ lectures locally, nationally and internationally on the topics of addiction recovery, shame and spirituality. It is her passion and mission to help individuals and their families recover from addiction, and grow into the best and most POWERFUL version of themselves.
Dr. Anthony (Tony) Foster MCAP, CRC, SAP
Program Director, Family, Relapse Prevention & Trauma Specialist, Clinical Therapist
Dr. Anthony G. (Tony) Foster is a MCAP, CRC, CADC, RRT, CEI and the Program Director of the Beachcomber. He is also the author of “The Toothbrush Therapy Journal.” Dr. Foster is passionate about helping people overcome alcoholism and addiction. With over 16 years of extensive experience at all levels of care, Dr. Foster has served as a Clinical Therapist, Clinical Director, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer in the treatment field. He is the Co-Founder of the Center for Sobriety, Spirituality & Healing. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counseling from Florida Atlantic University and a dual Master’ Degree in Mental Health and Rehab Counseling, also from FAU. He has been certified nationally as Rehabilitation Counselor as well as a Certified Event Interventionist, in Florida as a Master Certified Addiction Professional, internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, as well as being an accredited practitioner of Rapid Trauma Resolution and an Advanced Relapse Prevention Specialist. Dr. Foster has spoken at various conferences on subjects relating to addiction. He is also an active member of the recovery community for the last 18+ years. He is a past President and Vice President of Employee Behavioral Health Network of Florida (also known as EAP of Florida) and currently serves on their Board of Directors. Dr. Foster has been associated with the Beachcomber since 2002.
Kelly Landry, MSW, MCAP
Stacey Kordis, MS, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC
Mike Lobert BS,CAP, ICRC-ADC
Linden Cheney BS,CAP, CMHP, ICRC-ADC
Linden has over thirty years of experience in addictions field. She is currently a Certified Addictions Professional with the state of Florida and is internationally certified as well. Additionally, Linden attended the Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy and is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Linden is a specialist in Expressive Therapy and Rapid Resolution Therapy. Linden is alsocurrently in school pursuing a degree in Nursing. Her expected graduation date is 09/2019. She joined our team in 2017 and currently works as a primary counselor at The Beachcomber Family Center for Addiction Recovery.
In memory of Trey Cryer
We said farewell to our beloved friend Trey Cryer in 2018. Trey Cryer, MS, RRT, CAPwas a member of the Beachcomber therapy staff for over 20 years and a close friend of our founder, Jim Bryan. Trey was known for his “open door” access for all clients and noted for his serious and firm dedication to those in recovery. Trey often said: “The Beachcomber program is the finest I’ve ever encountered.” Trey was a beacon of inspiration and helped countless people who had lost their way or were going to give up on the road of recovery. We miss Trey, but his spirit lives on inspiring new generations to find freedom in recovery.