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Comprehensive Eating Disorder Treatment
in Orange County


Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions that require specialized treatment and support. Individuals suffering from disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder can find a range of treatment options that cater to their unique needs. Here at Anchored Tides Recovery in Huntington Beach, we are committed to structuring comprehensive eating disorder treatments, emphasizing outpatient treatment programs designed to support recovery while allowing participants to maintain their daily routines.

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Understanding Eating Disorders

Eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder, involve serious disturbances in eating behaviors and related thoughts and emotions. People suffering from anorexia nervosa typically see themselves as overweight, even if they are dangerously underweight, and may severely restrict their calorie intake. Bulimia nervosa involves periods of excessive overeating followed by attempts to avoid gaining weight, which might include self-induced vomiting or excessive exercise. Meanwhile, binge eating disorder features episodes of excessive overeating without subsequent purging behaviors.
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Fear of Eating in Front of Others

The fear of eating in front of others, clinically known as "social eating anxiety," is a condition where individuals experience intense anxiety or distress when eating around other people. This fear often stems from a deep-seated worry about being judged or scrutinized for their eating habits, food choices, or physical appearance while eating. It can manifest in various ways, such as avoiding social gatherings that involve food, choosing to eat alone, or experiencing significant stress during meals with others. This condition can be particularly debilitating, as it not only isolates individuals from social interactions—which are often centered around meals—but can also lead to nutritional deficiencies and disordered eating patterns if meals are skipped or inadequate. Treatment typically involves cognitive-behavioral techniques to address the underlying anxiety. For instance, to gradually reduce fear in social eating situations, a treatment like exposure therapy, and sometimes, support groups where individuals can share experiences and strategies in a supportive environment.


3 Benefits of Treating Disordered Eating:

1. Improved Physical Health:

Getting help for an eating disorder can lead to significant improvements in physical health. Treatment can stabilize nutrition, restore healthy body weight, and prevent serious complications associated with malnutrition, such as bone density loss, cardiovascular issues, and organ damage.

2. Emotional and Psychological Healing:

Treatment for eating disorders often involves psychological counseling, which helps individuals address the underlying emotional and cognitive factors contributing to the disorder. This can lead to improved mental health, including reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression, better stress management, and increased self-esteem.

3. Enhanced Social and Relational Functioning:

Recovery from an eating disorder can also improve social relationships and daily functioning. Treatment helps individuals develop healthier coping mechanisms and communication skills, which can enhance interactions with family and friends, and allow for a more active participation in social activities and professional life.

Key Influences on Eating Disorders:

1. Genetic Factors:

Research suggests that genetics can play a significant role in the likelihood of developing an eating disorder. If a close family member has had an eating disorder, others within the same family are at a higher risk.

2. Biological Factors:

Certain biological mechanisms, such as hormonal imbalances or differences in brain structure and function, may contribute to the development and maintenance of eating disorders.

3. Psychological Factors:

Issues like low self-esteem, perfectionism, or poor coping skills can make individuals more susceptible to eating disorders. Mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, or obsessive-compulsive disorder are also commonly linked with eating disorders.

4. Environmental Factors:

Cultural, familial, and social pressures concerning body image, as well as stressful life events, can trigger or exacerbate eating disorders. The emphasis on thinness in many societies can also play a significant role.

Understanding and Compassion

It is important to approach those suffering from eating disorders with understanding and compassion. Stigmatizing or simplifying these conditions as mere choices can hinder individuals from seeking the help they need. Effective treatment often requires a multidisciplinary approach, including medical care, nutritional counseling, and psychotherapy, tailored to each individual’s needs. Recognizing that eating disorders are serious health conditions is crucial for supporting recovery and fostering a supportive environment for those affected.


Levels of Care Available at Anchored Tides Recovery 

Partial Hospitalization Program for Eating Disorder Treatment

The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a crucial step for many individuals in Orange County seeking comprehensive care for eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. This level of care is particularly beneficial for those who require more intensive treatment than what is typically offered in outpatient settings but do not need around-the-clock supervision.

Structure and Components

PHPs generally operate five to seven days a week for several hours each day, providing a structured treatment environment while still allowing participants to return home at night. This structure supports individuals in maintaining a semblance of their daily lives, which can be beneficial for integrating recovery skills into real-world settings.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) for eating disorders offer structured therapy sessions several times a week. These programs focus on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), two evidence-based approaches that help individuals understand and change their eating habits and behaviors.

Outpatient Treatment in Orange County

For many residents of Orange County, outpatient treatment programs provide the necessary flexibility to receive therapy without the need for prolonged hospital stays. These programs, which include intensive outpatient and regular outpatient treatments, are ideal for individuals who have mild to moderate symptoms and are committed to recovery.

Regular Outpatient Programs

Regular outpatient programs may meet less frequently and are suited to those transitioning from intensive programs or those whose conditions are sufficiently managed without daily therapy. These programs emphasize continued support and relapse prevention, and they often include group therapy sessions that foster a supportive community environment.



Therapy Modalities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a cornerstone of eating disorder treatment. CBT helps individuals identify negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to their eating disorders and replace them with healthier ones.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT) provides additional tools for managing stress, regulating emotions, and improving relationships with others, which are crucial for individuals struggling with eating disorders.

Family Therapy and Support Groups

Family therapy can be a part of the treatment plan, offering a space for loved ones to learn about the disorder and how to best support the individual’s recovery journey. Additionally, outpatient programs often include support groups which provide peer support and motivation from others who are facing similar challenges.

Choosing the Right Treatment Center with Anchored Tides Recovery

Recovery from an eating disorder is a journey that requires specialized treatment, support, and understanding. At Anchored Tides Recovery of Orange County, women searching for help can find different levels of care for outpatient treatment options that provide flexibility and comprehensive care structured to their recovery needs. Whether through a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), the path to recovery is built on a solid foundation of evidence-based therapy, family involvement, and ongoing support.


Can You Have Anorexia And Bulimia At The Same Time?

Yes, it is possible for an individual to have symptoms of both anorexia and bulimia simultaneously. This condition is sometimes referred to as “bulimia-type anorexia” or more formally as an “eating disorder not otherwise specified”.

Are Eating Disorders A Choice?

Eating disorders are not a choice. They are complex mental health conditions influenced by a variety of factors, including genetic, biological, environmental, and psychological elements. These disorders manifest through severe disturbances in eating behaviors and related distressing thoughts and emotions about body weight and shape. If you or a loved one is experiencing unusual eating behaviors, call us (866) 329-6639

Types of Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are serious and complex mental health conditions characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits. These disorders can have significant physical and psychological impacts. Here are the primary types of eating disorders recognized by health professionals:

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED)
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
  • Pica
  • Rumination Disorder
  • Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
Why Am I Embarrassed To Eat In Front Of Others?

Feeling embarrassed to eat in front of others is often linked to anxiety about being judged or scrutinized for your eating habits, choices of food, or body image. This discomfort can stem from past negative experiences, social pressures, or personal insecurities related to appearance and self-perception. Addressing these feelings may involve exploring underlying issues with a therapist, developing healthier self-esteem, and gradually becoming more comfortable in social eating situations through practice and support.

What is Anorexia Muscle Atrophy?

Anorexia can lead to muscle atrophy, a condition where muscle mass is significantly reduced due to inadequate nutrition and insufficient protein intake. As the body is deprived of essential nutrients, it begins to break down muscle tissue to conserve energy and maintain vital functions. This muscle wasting not only weakens physical strength and endurance but can also exacerbate the overall health complications associated with anorexia, including increased risk of fractures and decreased organ function.

What Is Transfer Addiction?

Transfer addiction, also known as addiction substitution, occurs when an individual replaces one addictive behavior with another. This typically happens during or after recovery from the original addiction, as the underlying psychological or emotional issues that contributed to the addictive behavior may still be present. For example, someone who has recovered from alcohol dependency might develop a compulsive eating or gambling habit, shifting their dependency rather than fully resolving the root causes of their addictive behavior.


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Meet the Team at Anchored Tides Recovery

Anchored Tides Recovery - Stephanie Behrens - Clinical Director & Clinic Outreach

Clinical Director & Clinical Outreach

Stephanie Behrens

Alisa Fienmann - Case Manager

Case Manager

Alisa Fienmann

Anchored Tides Recovery - Kelly Blasco - Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Eating Disorder Specialist

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Eating Disorder Specialist

Kelly Blasco

Anchored Tides Recovery - service dogs -Stevie, Murph & Doug

Registered Emotional Support Animals

Stevie, Murph & Doug



I would highly recommend anchored tides! I was a client at anchored tides for almost a year and it was such an amazing place to be and played a major part in my recovery. First the owners Becca and Amy are such amazing women who truly care about helping women and run an honest recovery center with great therapists, case managers & staff. This place helped me integrate back into life and always encouraged me throughout the time I was there. I now have almost 18 months sober and am truly blessed by the life I have today and a HUGE thank you goes out to achored tides and all that they did to help to get me where I am at today. I truly couldn’t not say enough good things about this place or the amount of love that I have for everyone here!

Caleigh P.

I would highly recommend anchored tides! I was a client at anchored tides for almost a year and it was such an amazing place to be and played a major part in my recovery. First the owners Becca and Amy are such amazing women who truly care about helping women and run an honest recovery center with great therapists, case managers & staff. This place helped me integrate back into life and always encouraged me throughout the time I was there. I now have almost 18 months sober and am truly blessed by the life I have today and a HUGE thank you goes out to achored tides and all that they did to help to get me where I am at today. I truly couldn’t not say enough good things about this place or the amount of love that I have for everyone here!

Caleigh P.

What an amazing place Anchored Tides is. As Amy explained when we first visited, girls and women are an afterthought in many treatment programs, which often are founded and structured for boys and men. Anchored Tides’ holistic approach to ALL of the co-existing issues that girls and women face is groundbreaking, and so appreciated. They are wonderful people who do inspiring work and make the world a better place every day. I highly recommend their sober living and IOP. The founders have crucial and relevant lived experiences and care deeply, and they are amazing role models for all the women help.

Ericia B.



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Macy Miller

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Being the first point of contact for women seeking aftercare for their recovery in alcohol and drug addiction; I am driven & passionate about helping them with their next steps. I have always been passionate about helping others & this position allows me to see those dreams come to life.

You can always find me in nature during my self care time, usually hiking, roller skating by the beach, or surfing the waves. I enjoy music to feed my soul & get grounded. I lead a healthy & holistic way of living that I enjoy sharing with others.

Michelle King

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Michelle has been a part of the Anchored Tides family since 2018. Michelle is an empathetic individual who finds connection with each client. Her goal is to help women feel understood and see that long-term recovery is possible. Michelle obtained a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Brandman University and is working towards her masters in social work. Michelle is passionate about helping others and considers it an honor to be a part of a treatment team who believes the client’s care is the first priority. In her spare time Michelle loves going to concerts, camping, and road trips.

Katie van Heerden

Clinical Therapist

I am Katie van Heerden, a licensed marriage and family therapist, currently conducting individual and group therapy at ATR using CBT and EMDR modalities. My passion for working with those struggling with addiction and mental health is a personal one. I, myself, grew up in a family system of addiction and mental health issues with little knowledge of what to do or how to recover. This drove me to further my education in mental health disorders, first by obtaining my BA in psychology from Cal State University Fullerton, then my Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. While the knowledge I have obtained in school is extensive, my personal journey through life and all of its struggles have led me to the conclusion that anyone can recover if given 2 things: resources and support. When asked what keeps me going in this field, after 10+ years, I typically respond; “I am merely a farmer. I plant the seeds, nourish when necessary, and give space to allow growth.” Watching clients transform into better versions of themselves is not only rewarding but inspiring. It is a “job” I never take for granted.

Tracy Dunn

Interventionist / Relationships & Co-Dependency

Tracy Dunn is a National Interventionist and Addiction Coach who has received training at the Crossroads Recovery Coaching Academy of Seattle Washington and The Addiction Academy in Miami Florida. As the daughter of Roger Dunn of the Roger Dunn Golf Stores, Tracy knows all too well the dramatic impact that fame and addiction can have on the family system. Her professional training partnered with over 32 years of sobriety has led Tracy to be deeply committed to both saving and changing the lives of those struggling with addiction and alcoholism and their families.

As a group facilitator, she works collaboratively with her clients to help them focus on the action they will need to take to recognize the vision they will have for themselves. As an interventionist, she has helped many families to overcome the paralyzing grip of addiction by teaching accountability, compassion, and the other tools needed to break the cycle of addiction and maintain sobriety. Tracy works with the media, treatment facilities, interventionists, therapists, and addiction psychiatrists and consults with treatment facilities. Her dedication to saving lives has given a dynamic voice of recovery to those who had previously given up hope, and the belief that they are able to create their own successes.

William Nephew

Rock To Recovery

William Nephew has been a singer/songwriter for over 20 years. He achieved some notable success early in his career with emo/rock band Jack’s Broken Heart, which won a San Diego Music Award in 2001, toured the continental United States, and shared the stage with acts like The Mars Volta and Jimmy Eat World. Having a strong passion for the arts, William earned a B.A in Cinema production. Following completion of his degree at San Francisco State University, William worked on film/tv projects for major Hollywood production companies including Sony and Universal Pictures.

Williams addiction began at an early age and followed a slow and steady progression. Eventually, William knew he had to make a change. With the help of drug and alcohol treatment, William got sober on May 26th, 2014. He has been sober ever since. William’s talent as a singer/songwriter, passion for the healing power of music, and the struggles of his past make him an outstanding program administrator for Rock to Recovery. He believes in the strength of creative expression as an extremely effective tool to cope with overwhelming emotions in early sobriety because William was actually in Rock to Recovery groups as a CLIENT before he became a program facilitator. William is also a certified CADC-I drug and alcohol counselor by the state of California.

Amy Dutton

COO / Co-Founder

Amy moved to California from Florida in 2011 to begin her journey into a life of recovery. Amy started to gain her spirit back while helping others and that’s when she found her life’s purpose. Amy graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in sociology from Chapman university. Amy has also completed her CAADAC degree at Centaur university. Amy truly believes being outside and in touch with nature helps with self-destructive behaviors, which she considers to be the key to her personal recovery. After years of owning and operating a successful women’s sober living, Amy really saw the need for gender-specific aftercare. Amy Dutton and Becca Edge teamed up to create Anchored Tides Recovery.

Kelli Easley

Director of Marketing & Admissions

Kelli Easley comes to Anchored Tides bringing with her over seventeen years of experience in the field of addiction. Her unwavering passion to help others stems from her commitment to give back after overcoming her own 17-year addiction. She holds certifications in both Chemical Dependency and Family Development.Kelli had the good fortune of training under a well-respected interventionist, and therapists this has only strengthened her expertise in working with both individuals and families. Kelli is
currently working towards a degree in Business Administration along with being a loving mother to her husband, and two sons. In her free time, Kelli is active in the recovery community and lends her support to nonprofit organizations to help those in underserved communities.

– “Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny” – C.S. Lewis

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Bunny is a 3yo male French Bulldog and Murphy is a 6yo female Shiba Inu. Both of these pups have been raised at Anchored Tides and grew up handing out love and support to our clients. They have the wonderful ability to sense when someone needs a little extra love, some playful puppy time, or just a companion to sit and hold space while they are processing something. 

Murphy’s favorite treatment activities are Lunch, Reiki, Process group, and sitting in on individual sessions. Bunny’s favorite activities are Lunch, DBT, and also sitting in on individual sessions. When they aren’t working, Murphy likes to play with her little brother (who is not a support animal), go on hikes, dig holes, sleep and eat. During Bunny’s time off, he likes to destroy squeaky toys, play with his nerf dog gun, and sleep.

They (and we) believe that animals are essential in providing emotional support. Studies have shown that some of the benefits of having an ESA include enhancing calm and relaxation, alleviating loneliness, enhancing social engagement and interaction, normalizing heart rate and blood pressure, and reducing stress, pain, anxiety, and depression. They are an important part of the holistic approach at ATR to make everyone feel loved and comfortable as they walk through their recovery journey.

Hillary Delira

Program Director

Hillary, an Orange County local, has been working in the field of addiction for over a
decade and has been in recovery herself for over 13 years. Coming from a broken place with nowhere to go but up, Hillary can relate to clients on a deeper level with compassion and understanding. Her favorite thing about working in recovery is watching individuals come into their own and find the inner peace they once had but lost along the way. Hillary is currently an undergrad at the University of Phoenix with a BS in Business and working on a master’s degree in healthcare administration. Hillary not only enjoys being part of the Anchored Tides family, but showing up as a wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend to those around her. Hillary thanks the program of recovery every day for the life she has and strives to be an example for women everywhere.

Jennifer Hojnacki

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Andrew Mouck

Andrew Mouck

Fitness Education - RADT-1, Certified Personal Trainer

My name is Andy Mouck, and I am a dedicated group facilitator at Anchored Tides Recovery. Having personally overcome addiction and completed treatment in 2017, I am deeply passionate about helping individuals on their recovery journey. I bring a
compassionate and empathetic approach to my role, creating a safe space for participants to heal and grow. Alongside my work as a group facilitator, I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, sharing my love for fitness and wellness as an integral part of recovery. With a bachelor’s degree in economics from California State University, Long Beach, and ongoing studies in a post-baccalaureate health program at California State University, Fullerton, I bring a comprehensive understanding of addiction and the importance of holistic care. As a registered drug and alcohol technician, I am committed to providing the highest quality care and staying informed about the latest advancements in addiction treatment. I am honored to be part of the Anchored Tides Recovery team, empowering individuals to embrace sobriety, rebuild their lives, and create a future filled with hope and purpose.

Christian Gibbs

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Lawrence V Tucker

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Lawrence V. Tucker, M.D. is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, practicing in pharmacological management of psychiatric disorders and addiction medicine. Dr. Tucker attended UCLA for his undergraduate degree, where he obtained a B.S. in Physiological Sciences. He then attended UCLA School of Medicine for his Medical Degree and stayed at UCLA for his residency in Psychiatry and Neurology.  He has been in leadership roles since 2006 and is a Certified Physician Executive.  Prior to attending UCLA, Dr. Tucker served in the United States Marine Corps, Infantry, and served in Desert Storm.  Among the long list of accomplishments, Dr. Tucker feels most accomplished with his blended family of 5 children and his wife of over 13 years.
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Alisa Fienmann

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Alisa brings a high level of dedication and compassion to her work as an addiction counselor and group facilitator. A certified addiction treatment counselor (CADC-II), Alisa has nine years of experience working in the substance abuse field. Alisa has apassion for both helping others in recovery and guiding women through the process of rebuilding a valued life and increasing their self-worth. She embraces her strengths of empathy and patience to help others develop upon their inherent set of skills and seek a purpose based on their own abilities. Alisa is DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy)
informed and brings her expertise to the therapeutic setting. Currently, Alisa is working towards a bachelor’s degree in psychology at California State University Fullerton, with the hopes of becoming a social worker. When not at work or school, Alisa enjoys fitness, watching the Boston Red Sox, salsa dancing, and spending time with family and friends.

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Stephanie Behrens

Clinical Director & Clinical Outreach - LMFT, LPCC

Stephanie Behrens is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, who earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Stephanie has been working in the treatment industry since 2014 and joined the Anchored Tides Recovery team as Clinical Director and Clinical Supervisor in 2024. She also enjoys working as a therapist and specializes in substance abuse, complex trauma, co-dependency, and anxiety/depressive disorders. Stephanie also has an interest in animal-assisted psychotherapy where she and her dog are certified as an official therapy dog team. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and her Golden Retriever.


Sierra Flynn

Primary Therapist - AMFT, CATC3

Hello, My name is Sierra Flynn. I am an associate marriage and family therapist and an addiction treatment counselor. I completed my undergraduate studies at California State University, Fullerton where I emphasized substance use and mental health. I then proceeded to receive my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University, and I am currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Alliant. I strongly believe in reducing stigma as it relates to addiction; therefore, I have dedicated my career and life’s work to working on the front lines with this population. I was given a second chance in life, and I believe everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed and reach their best self. The modalities I treat clients with are theories I have found to be effective in my own therapeutic work. I am trained in EMDR, and I specialize in the treatment of complex trauma and addiction.

Becca White

Primary Therapist - AMFT

My name is Becca White, an Associate Marriage, and Family Therapist. I have a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a Minor in Addictions Counseling as well as a master’s degree in counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from
California State University, Fullerton. My passion to treat women with severe substance abuse issues as well as co-occurring mental disorders is a personal one. Through my own experience with addiction, I have adapted skills which add depth to understanding clients and providing them with unconditional positive regard and compassion. I believe my recovery and personal journey has become one of my greatest assets. I offer unique insight into mental health and addiction.

Currently, I utilize an array of intentional strategies to develop a positive working relationship with individuals and their families. I provide both individual and group therapy, such as psychoeducation to provide insight into the disease of addiction as well as promoting long-term sobriety. 

As a therapist at Anchored Tides Recovery, I can fulfill my purpose in life, which is to help others navigate through their own perils. It is an honor to give back and help women learn the skills to become self-confident and overcome adversity.

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Markie Maneval

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Like many who have struggled with addiction, Markie’s journey to sobriety was no straightforward path. As a Tulane University student and intern for the NASA Stennis Space Center, she was on her way to a successful life! Personal struggles and watching her brother also struggle and lose his battle with drugs and alcohol only drove her deeper into addiction. Her drug and alcohol abuse continued to grow out of control until she finally realized it was time to surrender and get help. She was tired of living on the streets. She was tired of hurting her loved ones. She was tired of how much she hated herself.

She now has over five years of sobriety and is a strong believer in the ability to transform the future by making positive and healthy changes. Today, Markie has over five years of sobriety and has worked in the drug and alcohol treatment industry for over 4 years. She is a strong believer in the ability to transform the future by making positive and healthy changes. She is passionate about the work and the impact she makes on her community. Markie recently joined the Anchored Tides Recovery Team and is excited to help women begin their journey into sobriety!

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Julia Perez- Monje

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Hello, my name is Julia Perez-Monje, I am a 500 level RYT Certified Yoga Instructor, Reiki Practitioner, and Sound Healer. I first discovered yoga during my own recovery journey. I found spirituality and began to understand my true purpose in life – sharing this beautiful practice with others. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in human communications, and I love being able to expand on wellness with a holistic approach to healing. During yoga groups, I incorporate breathworks, aromatherapy, meditation, reiki, and sound healing. Groups are focused on deep relaxation, gentle stretching, releasing blockages, balancing chakras, staying present, and tuning into
intuition. I am genuinely grateful for the opportunity to guide others to experience and ignite the healer within themselves!

Becca Edge, CEO/Co-Founder

Rebecca Edge

CEO / Co-Founder

Becca Edge is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. She is no stranger to mental health and substance abuse issues in her family, and she herself also struggled with addiction and moved to California to commit herself to treatment. She has been in long-term recovery since 2010. After much success in the corporate world, Rebecca started a sober living home as a “passion project” to provide women with a safe place as they re-enter the world as sober members of society. She noticed that there weren’t many aftercare programs dedicated to women’s sobriety or supporting them with the various co-occurring disorders that pop up once women are free from drugs and alcohol. So in 2016, Rebecca partnered with Amy to create a safe, therapy-focused place where women can heal from their addictions, trauma, and other issues while growing into who they were always meant to be. Becca is passionate about helping women realize their worth and supporting/helping them navigate the next steps of their lives, all while helping them feel secure on their road to long-term recovery.
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