Our Team

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists are committed to empowering clients with the tools they need to break free from the cycle of addiction. Seven Arrow's clinical and addiction treatment professionals offer authentic “whole person”  focused care, in a one of a kind community.  Many of our staff members have long term recovery and have been triumphant over addiction themselves, dedicating their lives to helping others find their way.

Laura Fedele

Chief Executive Officer

Pedro Zogaib

M.A

Chief Operating Officer

Lindsay Rothschild

LCSW, CCTP, SAP

Clinical Director

Brian Two Moons

Experiential Program Director
Property Operations Director

Laura Bailey

LAC, M.A

Clinical Supervisor

Brad Loring 

Admissions

Ginger Barker

LAC, CCTS

Therapist

Melissa Simard

BAPSY

Equine Assisted Learning
Specialist

Dr.Tracey Oppenheim

MD

Medical Director

Susan Kulkowitz

Registered Nurse 

Placida Valdez

Lead Behavioral Health
Technician

Brutus

Business Development 

Gwen Henderson

Chief Executive Officer

Laura Fedele

Deputy Chief / Business Development Director

Alex Clarke

Chief Operating Officer

Lindsay Rothschild

Clinical Director

John Lee

Medical Director

Brian Two Moons

Program Director

Joe Clarke

Program Coordinator

Adun Shrecengost

Holistic Specialist

Laura Fedele

Chief Executive Officer

Laura Fedele is an Arizona native and an alumni of The University of Arizona. She holds a degree in Business and Communication and has worked in social services for the past 20 years. Laura’s background is in the nationwide provision of critical services to underserved youth, centered around evidence based and adventure based programming.

Over the past four years, Laura has worked as a Residential Operations Manager for youth in the child welfare system, and as a National Recruiter for the same company where she spearheaded multiple projects requiring the staffing of large programs with quality and credentialed individuals. Laura’s interests include wellness, nutrition, holistic healing and yoga.

Pedro Zogaib

M.A

Chief Operating Officer

Pedro Zogaib is originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Teaching. In 2001, Pedro arrived in the US as a guest instructor to participate in a cultural exchange program at the University of Northern Iowa. His main focus at the time was to introduce Capoeira, a Brazilian practice that combines elements of dance, music and martial arts. Due to the success of his cultural program, Pedro was offered the opportunity to pursue his graduate degree in Psycho-Motor Behavior in Iowa. Upon graduation, Pedro served as an Adjunct Instructor at the School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services from 2003 to 2009.

Pedro moved to Arizona in 2013 to work as Lead Counselor at a world renowned residential treatment center in Tucson, where he facilitated adventure, equine, and movement therapy groups. Prior to arriving at Seven Arrows, Pedro also worked as an Equine/Group Therapist and Therapeutic Recreation Specialist in inpatient, residential, and outpatient programs located in Tucson and Wickenburg. Pedro practices self-care by playing guitar, riding his motorcycle, and traveling with his wife and two daughters.

Lindsay Rothschild

LCSW, CCTP, SAP

Clinical Director

Lindsay Rothschild is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Professional with a passion for assisting others in activating their own inner healing intelligence. She completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Arizona State University in 2011 and went on to study various ancient wisdom traditions for healing. Her training as a Clinical Trauma Professional and over a decade of experience working with trauma survivors has afforded her a rich understanding of the powerful impact of trauma on the mind, body and soul.

Lindsay studied holistic nutrition and trauma informed yoga at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Lindsay is certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method™ and is also a registered yoga teacher. She most recently completed training in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Lindsay partners with the Arizona Trauma Institute to facilitate trainings for mental health professionals and educators in the community in an effort to promote awareness around Trauma Informed Care. Lindsay is also the owner of Roots to Rise, PLLC where she provides somatic psychotherapy, EMDR therapy, supervision, trauma informed yoga, and substance abuse professional services. Lindsay describes herself as having a wild and free spirit, an open heart and a belief that all humans have the capacity for transformation and growth.

Dr.Tracey Oppenheim

MD

Medical Director

Dr. Oppenheim was born and raised in Michigan.  She completed her medical school education, general and child and adolescent psychiatry training at the University of Michigan. Go Blue!  She is passionate about the mind body spiritual connection and has completed additional training in integrative psychiatry.  Dr. Oppenheim believes in each individual's ability to heal through discovering their inner healing intelligence

Brian Two Moons

Experiential Program Director & Property Operations Director 

Brian Two Moons was raised on The Crow Reservation in Southern Montana and is a sixth generation within the Two Moons family. His background has instilled him with a deep understanding of horses and the teaching of the magical connection between man, animals, and nature. Brian has dedicated over 30 years of his life to helping individuals in need and has been given rights to pour sweat lodges. He is an expert in serving those in need of cleansing, healing and meditation. Brian’s heart is part of the land Seven Arrows Recovery resides on.

Additionally, his experience in workforce management, program oversight and facility maintenance makes him a natural for this role. His commitment to ensuring the delivery of consistent and quality services is inspiring. Brian is the proud father of five children and a beautiful wife, whom he has been with for over 18 years.

Laura Bailey

LAC, M.A

Clinical Supervisor

Laura Bailey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Temple University in Philadelphia, and a Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe. Laura has worked in community mental health and residential settings throughout New Mexico and Arizona since 2013. Laura has a passion for treating addiction, trauma, and co-occurring disorders. She works largely from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, believing that each individual has control over his/her thoughts, behaviors, and actions, and therefore is capable of change. Laura’s training includes Trauma-Informed Care, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Somatic Action Methods, EMDR, Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping), Sandtray Therapy, Family Therapy, and Transformational Ecopsychology. She brings with her a unique perspective as a Registered Yoga Teacher, offering mindfulness and somatic awareness as vital therapeutic tools. Laura is passionate about all forms of art and the potential for creativity in all areas of life and recovery.

Brad Loring

Admissions

Brad was born in Maine and raised in North Florida, always enjoying photography and the outdoors, especially the Ocean. He joined the Army National Guard a few months before 9/11 when he was 17. Eventually becoming a sergeant and overseeing a Satellite Communications Team. In 2013 he began working in admissions for a treatment program in South Florida. In 2018 Brad returned to college and graduated Cum Laude in 2020. He left at the onset of Covid, for a year of travel with his two dogs in a camper van. The friendly people he met in Cochise County made him feel at home, and in 2021 he moved there. As fate would have it, the picturesque mountains in his front yard were also home to Seven Arrows Recovery. His passion for photography led him to discover the center in 2022, and soon after, his position as Director of Admissions. His own recovery experience has helped hundreds of others find their path.

Ginger Barker

LAC, CCTS

Therapist

Helping others on their path to healing and personal growth is a passion Gingers.. She is an Arizona native and a proud Wildcat. She earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Arizona and then her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Bowie State University while living in Europe. 

Ginger has experience working with adolescents and adults across a variety of settings including residential care, education, athletics and military. These opportunities have helped shape her and deepen her understanding. She specializes in recovery from addictions, unwanted behaviors, and other stress-related or quality of life issues. She is licensed as an associate counselor and working under supervision.Ginger is trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). This treatment incorporates memory visualization techniques that are enhanced by the use of eye movements, as well as memory reconsolidation, a way in which new information is incorporated into existing memories. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist with an emphasis in the area of addiction and a certified Trauma Conscious Yoga Method provider.

Ginger is direct, compassionate and genuine. She operates from a trauma-informed lens utilizing psychoeducation and an integrative approach to therapy, tailoring treatment according to each individual’s needs. A partnership leading toward understanding, empowerment and sustained recovery.

Melissa Simard

BAPSY

Equine Assisted Learning Specialist

Melissa graduated with her Associate’s in Applied Animal Science with a major in Equine Management from the University of New Hampshire. She furthered her education and graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelor’s in Psychology with a concentration in child and adolescent development from Southern New Hampshire University. Melissa has always had a passion to join equine assisted learning and psychotherapy together because she saw the tremendous benefits horses brought to the healing process. She became certified in 2017 using the Eagala model, (Equine assisted growth and learning association). She first applied this model in South Carolina where she became certified, and currently in Arizona working with children, adults, individuals, groups, and military members and their families, who have had trauma, depression, addiction, anxiety, disabilities, and dual diagnoses.

She recently became a designated ARCH member, (ARenas for CHange), and also practices equine assisted learning. She is currently finishing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grand Canyon University. Melissa believes horses have the ability to heal and help clients move forward by discovering their hidden strengths, future focused, goal directed, focusing on seeking solutions rather than dwelling on the past. She believes your past doesn’t define your future.

Melissa enjoys spending time with her husband and children, riding horses, the outdoors, and fitness and health with the mind, body, and spirit.

Melissa has traveled all over the United States and the world, living in Japan for four years and embracing their culture. She enjoys learning about different cultures and is very in tuned to cultural diversity.

Susan Kulkowitz

Registered Nurse

Susan Kulkowitz has been a Registered Nurse for about 18yrs. She has worked in multiple settings including clinics, hospitals, homes and recovery. Besides being an RN she has her AA in Drug and Alcohol Counselling and also spent 30 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Susan is very interested in the concept of wellness and has studied various modalities to support healthy living. Susan loves animals and gardening. She has been an avid bee keeper in her life. She loves to cook and is a great baker. She is a grandmother. Susan is the eternal optimist and sees each person's journey as unique and valuable.

Placida Valdez

Lead Behavioral Health Technician 

Placida was born in Arizona and was raised in Mexico in a bordertown. Life led her to Phoenix for 10 years, 3 years in Tucson, and eventually to Elfrida. Her two children are her whole life and she wanted them to experience childhood growing up in a small community, like she did. 

Placida has been with Seven Arrows Recovery since its inception, starting as night watch and doing anything and everything that has been placed in front of her.

Brutus

Business Development

Brutus was born at Seven Arrows and takes his many roles very seriously. He helps our clients feel at home and can be found napping most of the day.  This calm and quiet demeanor seemingly vanishes when his dad, Brian Two-Moons calls for assistance. He jumps into action, sensing Brian’s needs and the horses destination.  Tail wagging, barks and borks, darting in and around the animals.  When night falls, he transitions in his security position.  Keeping wildlife out of our garden and the stables.

Laura Fedele

Deputy Chief / Business Development Director

Laura is an Arizona native and an alumni of The University of Arizona. She holds a degree in Business and Communication and has worked in social services for the past 20 years. Laura’s background is in the provision of critical services centered around experiential programing to underserved youth, nationwide. Over the past four years, Laura has worked as a Residential Operations Manager for youth in the child welfare system, and as a National Recruiter for the same company spearheading multiple projects requiring the staffing of large programs with quality individuals. Laura is passionate about wellness, nutrition, holistic healing and yoga, and has received the rights from the Crow Chief Dan Old Elk to pour sweat lodges to help people heal from trauma and abuse.

Brian Two Moons

Program Director

Brian was raised on The Crow Reservation in Southern Montana and is a sixth generation within the Two Moons family. He has dedicated over 30 years of his life to helping individuals in need. Brain's experience in managing line staff, overseeing programs and facilites makes him a natural for this role. His skill in ensuring the delivery of services are appropriate is inspiring. He is also an expert in horsemanship and teaches others to tap into the magical connection between man, animals, and nature. Brian has been given rights to pour sweat lodges, and is an expert in serving those in need of cleansing, healing and meditation. His heart is part of the land Seven Arrows Recovery resides on. Brian is also the proud father of five children and a beautiful wife, who he has been with for over 18 years.

Gwen Henderson

Chief Executive Officer

Gwen brings 20-years of extensive experience in field of Mental & Behavioral Health, advocating for and serving individuals impacted with co-occurring disorders, substance abuse and alcoholism. Gwen holds several degrees; BA in Child & Family Services; BA in Behavioral Social Sciences; MA in Community Psychology. She has trained and worked in various components in the field of Addiction and Mental Health as a Substance Abuse Assessor; Substance Abuse Counselor; Housing Specialist; Case Management Supervisor; General Manager; Executive Consultant; Business Development Director; Outreach and Marketing Consultant/Contractor; and Executive Director.  

Gwen has served on the Board of Directors for many organizations within the industry, and currently serves as a Board Member for Addicted Nation Solutions. Gwen has a strong passion for helping others find sobriety and achieve a holistic balanced lifestyle, which includes the emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual components of oneself. 

Lindsay Rothschild, LCSW, CCTP, SAP, RYT 200

Clinical Director

Lindsay Rothschild is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of experience working in the field of behavioral health. She completed her Master’s Degree in Social work at Arizona State University in 2011 and currently specializes in treating trauma and addiction. 

Through her extensive work in acute care settings, Lindsay has come to understand the impact of trauma on the mind, body and soul.  Her passion for treating the whole person led her to deep dive into the exploration of holistic practices that compliment traditional psychotherapy.

Lindsay studied Holistic Nutrition at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in 2018 and went on to study Trauma Informed Yoga at the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Institute in 2019.  Lindsay is certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method™ and is also a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance.  Lindsay most recently completed training in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) through the Psychedelic Coalition for Health. Lindsay partners with the Arizona Trauma Institute to facilitate trainings for mental health professionals and educators in the community in an effort to promote awareness around Trauma Informed Care and the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Lindsay is the owner of Roots to Rise, PLLC in Tempe, Arizona where she provides somatic psychotherapy, supervision, trauma informed yoga, and substance abuse professional services.  Lindsay describes herself as having a wild and free spirit, an open heart and a belief that all humans have the capacity for transformation and growth.

Adun Shrecengost

(They/Them) Holistic Specialist

Adun is a Holistic Recovery Specialist, Transformational Life Coach, Spirit Bridge Practitioner, and Intuitive Healer, that embraces and honors the grit that goes into what we call the inner work. Adun uses different healing modalities such as drum journeying, meditation, and empowerment circles to aid in the healing of those in need. Their main goal is to be the catalyst of change, and bring the world from “hurt people hurting people” to “healed people healing people.” The journey to “light and love” is one that will also guide you to some of the darkest places within yourself, ultimately discovering there is healing and light to be found there, too.

Adun has dug deep into their own self, continues to have tea regularly with their demons, and dedicates their life to transmuting it all into the light that can be felt shining through them today. Their guidance involves teaching others to show up for themselves in moments of hurt, lack of self-confidence, feeling lost, learning to recognize self-limiting beliefs & invoke new narratives that will change the game. With a willingness to shatter old realities and make way for those more empowered - Adun is here to guide you through, to embody the new, and embrace every sunrise to the fullest.

Joe Clarke

Program Coordinator

I work as the Business Development Outreach Coordinator at Seven Arrows. I am a person who is in active recovery and have been sober since March 6, 2005. I’ve worked in a variety of different roles ranging from sober houses to hospitals. I’ve been a Sober Life Coach, Case Manager, taught art to folks in recovery, been a housing director and Psychiatric Technician. Empowering people to find their path, their road to recovery is what I love to do most. It’s a truly awesome experience to be here and be a part of unique team.

John Lee

Medical Director

Dr. John Lee is board certified in both Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He graduated from Midwestern University with highest distinction in Behavioral Health for his graduating class. He completed his residency at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center and was Chief Resident.

Dr. Lee has a holistic approach to care. When medications are used it is evidence based. He is an expert in the use of medications for mental health and addiction as he holds a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Illinois where he graduated with High Honors. Dr. Lee is dedicated to providing high quality care to all his patients.

Alex Clarke

Chief Operating Officer

Hi, my name is Alex Clarke. Working at Seven Arrows Recovery in the field of long-term abuse has provided me with a wealth of knowledge. My career path here was a bit unusual.For about eight and a half years, I worked as an administrator for a medical board doing many tasks, from handyman running a major scanning project to becoming a Facilities Manager working with contractors, engineers, human resources manager and the Managing Director For many years, I worked in the automotive industry as a mechanic, then working as an inventory manager. I am happy to be of service in my new role as Chief Operating Officer here at Seven Arrows.

 “There aren't enough words to describe how incredible this place is. They are so true to what they teach. From the moment I arrived to the day I graduated, I felt at home.” 

- Spencer

“I came to Seven Arrows broken and beaten down, I left whole. I left with self-esteem and self confidence. Thanks to this place, I am a happier, sober me, for myself and my family. I love Seven Arrows!”

- Rose

“Out of the 16 treatment centers I have been to, Seven Arrows is the best” 

- Stephanie

“Seven Arrows allowed me the time and space to heal. It was the perfect place to reset my mental, physical and spiritual health. It is hard to describe in words what an amazing life-changing experience my time there was.”

- Matt

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- Jerry