Dr. Campo is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatrists. He is the former Medical Director at The Dunes East Hampton in Long Island, NY as well as Gracie Square Hospital in New York City. His treatment philosophy includes a bio-psychiatric as well as a spiritual healing approach. Dr. Campo is a strong advocate of early diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring disorders believing they play an essential role in achieving and maintaining a sober and healthful lifestyle. Dr. Campo has appeared on Fox’s Good Day New York and lectures throughout New York on psychiatric issues and addiction.
Dr. Barbara Krantz, DO, FASAM, MS, MRO Director of Addiction Medicine
Dr. Barbara Krantz is a board certified family practitioner and a Diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine. She is an expert on the national and local prescription pain medication epidemic and the medical science behind the disease of addiction. She leads a collaborative study with Scripps Florida and the University of Miami to identify effective and innovative treatment therapies and relapse triggers. Dr. Krantz served as the Director of Medical Services and the Medical Director of Research at Hanley Center prior to joining Caron. She also served as the Medical Director at the Center for Alcohol and Drug Studies and for 12 years at Cornerstone, a substance abuse treatment program at Wellington Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Krantz lectures on numerous topics, including the bio-chemistry of the brain as it relates to addiction and is an advocate for SPECT brain scanning to effectively diagnose and treat the disease of addiction.
As Clinical Director of Ocean Drive, Davida is responsible for providing clinical leadership and overseeing the coordination of care for clients. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University, a Bachelors of Arts from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor. Davida began her career at Saint Francis Hospital in New York in 1992. She joined the Caron Renaissance staff as a Primary Therapist in 2006 and transitioned to the Family Services Department in 2008 working as a Family Therapist. Davida’s approach focuses on the underlying character pathologies that fuel addictive processes while also working with families to engage them in their own recovery process.
Randy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, a Masters Degree in Mental Health, and a Doctoral Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Randy has been in the field since 2002, having been a therapist at Lutheran Services South Florida, Gulf Coast Community Care and New Direction, Inc. Additionally, Randy is a strong believer in the mind/body connection and its positive impact on clinical outcomes. He is an active athlete having played semi-pro volleyball, as well as cricket, soccer and track & field.
Shari-Ann holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and earned her Master and Doctoral Degree in the field of Clinical Psychology. She completed her internship at the Behavioral Resource and Institute for Neuropsychological Services (B.R.A.I.N.S.) and at the Helen DeVos Children Hospital in Michigan. She completed her postdoctoral fellow at a residential treatment facility in Florida where her focus was on the treatment of substance related disorders. Shari-Ann has worked in the mental health field since 2005, and has treated a variety of clinical presentations ranging from acute to more chronic mental illnesses. Shari-Ann specializes in the treatment of addiction, depression, anxiety and personality disorders. She has a passion for working with families and couples.
Adrianna helps couples and families explore issues and develop coping strategies to alleviate distress. She holds a Master’s Degree in Integrative Psychotherapy and is an Accredited Member of the British Association of Counselling Psychotherapy. She has 16 years of experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families as well as being a collaborator on psychosocial teams. She has particular expertise in alcohol & drug addictions, sex & love addiction and relationship problems. After a successful career working with world famous musicians and actors in the music & film business, Adrianna trained as a forensic psychotherapist working with men and women classified as serious offenders in maximum security prisons.
Tempany Andersen,LMHC, CST, CAP, Primary Therapist
Tempany Andersen has worked as a primary therapist at Caron Renaissance for over five years before assuming her current position as a primary therapist at Caron Ocean Drive. Originally from Arizona, Tempany earned a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University in 2007 and maintained a private practice in Boca Raton, Florida from 2008 – 2010. Tempany is currently a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Sex Therapist and Certified Addictions Professional. Along with specializations in sex and trauma therapy, Tempany developed expertise in counseling Native American groups while working with the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Tempany has written articles and led professional trainings on working with clients with sexual concerns and substance abuse. Tempany has also led a workshop on “Marriage and Recovery” hosted by the Jewish Recovery Center Retreat and Shabbaton. Tempany has been a volunteer with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of South Florida in the role of wish granter for the past 13 years.
Dr. Dodge is the Director of Neurorehabilitation at Caron Renaissance in Boca Raton, Florida, Research Faculty at the Florida Atlantic University’s Schmidt School of Medicine, Voluntary Associate Professor at the University of Miami: Miller School of Medicine; Department of Epidemiology and Public Health and Clinical Professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine at NOVA Southeastern University in Broward, Florida. Currently, Dr. Dodge is the Co-Principal Investigator of a five-year study collaborating with University of Miami, Scripps Research Institute and the University of New Mexico’s Mind Research Network to examine the interface between non-coding RNAs and brain images (SPECT scans) to diagnose addiction and develop novel therapeutics to address such diagnoses. Finally, these blood-borne bio-markers and SPECT images are being explored as prognosticative tools to predict relapse.
Liz holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Sociology from Florida Atlantic University. She is certified internationally as an Addictions Professional, and is a certified Health Care Life Coach through the American Institute of Health Care Professionals. Liz uses various models of continuing care to help bridge the gap for clients transitioning to their home environments while helping them stay connected to Ocean Drive throughout their recovery. Liz began her career in 2007 with a role in helping to build an aftercare program for affluent women. Liz is involved with the charity Runwell having competed in both Ultra Marathons and Marathons as an ambassador for the organization.