Meet Our Team
We believe that with a positive, welcoming, judgment-free environment, clients are more inclined to attend, receive, and complete their treatment. Sobriety Now Addiction Treatment and Recovery focuses on working with only experienced, professional, and caring counselors while providing clients with ongoing support and a desirable rewards program that will change how treatment is currently viewed in our country. Meet our phenomenal staff below:
Johanna Agnew, LPC
University of Pennsylvania
"It is important for me to be part of the solution to the substance use epidemic and be a space where someone can begin to heal not only for themselves, but those they love, too."
Director of Outreach
Capella University, MBA Candidate
“I chose to work in the substance use treatment industry to ensure that individuals struggling with mental health and addiction receive the high-quality care they deserve, while also working towards eradicating the stigma attached.”
Kerry Fitzpatrick, LSW
"I chose this field because it gives me the unique opportunity to help change the perception of what addiction treatment looks like. Working with this population allows me to show people that asking for help can be a positive and dignified experience.”
Jade Motto, LSW
West Chester University
"Ultimately, my decision to work with individuals who suffer from an addiction stems from a combination of my personal experiences and professional motivations. It is a challenging yet fulfilling path that allows me to provide essential support to individuals on their journey to recovery and help them regain control of their life again."
Benjamin Richter, MS, LPC Candidate
"I enjoy watching people grow and face their challenges head on with simple but effective cognitive skills and behavioral changes."
Kristin Wood, LCSW
Case Western Reserve University
Julie Moskowitz, BFA
"I work in this field because I believe in the transformative power of compassionate care and support to help individuals find hope, healing, and lasting recovery."
Certified Medical Assistant
“I believe in medication for substance use disorder.. I watched my family fall apart due to a family member’s struggles with substance use."
Eleazar Morris, MD
SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine, MD
"As a physician, part of my calling is to care for underserved patient populations, including substance use disorder and behavioral health.”
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified
Anthony Tangi, PMHNP-BC
Walden University, MSN
“As a mental health and substance use disorder provider, I have the opportunity to offer others life-changing support either through psychopharmacological measures, psychodynamic therapies, education and counseling...This allows me the ability to offer compassion, inspire hope and teach the necessary tools to overcome their challenges and improve their overall well- being.”