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At Recovery Services of Connecticut, we are steadfast in our belief that recovery from drug and alcohol addiction can be achieved. We recognize the journey to recovery can be daunting, but with the appropriate support, tools, and resources, our clients can attain long-lasting sobriety. Our treatment philosophy is rooted in scientifically-backed practices and customized care, ensuring that each client obtains the thorough and tailored attention they require to prosper.
We adopt a comprehensive approach to treatment, encompassing the physical, emotional, and mental facets of addiction. Our programs consist of conventional therapies, such as counseling, as well as alternative therapies like yoga and meditation. Our objective is to provide clients with the abilities and coping strategies necessary to sustain their sobriety beyond our facility.
Associate Clinical Director
Recovery Services of CT is licensed by the state of Connecticut and accredited by The Joint Commission. Our evaluations include patient care and medication management. You can trust that our addiction treatment services are safe and effective. Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to providing high-quality care.
Jessica Miller is independently licensed in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor and New York as a Mental Health Counselor. She has over 20 years of experience as a therapist helping people with substance abuse and dual diagnoses. She received her Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Arts degree at Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus. Prior to RSCT, Jessica worked for Northwell Health System at Glen Cove Hospital’s Community House where she treated Dual Diagnosis patients in a day treatment program.
Jessica has been with Recovery Services of Connecticut since its inception and feels passionately about helping those struggling with substance use disorders. Jessica utilizes a comprehensive and creative approach to assist clients in pursuing a healthy, sober lifestyle.
Nicole Fodaski is independently licensed in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor. She has over a decade of experience as a therapist helping people with substance abuse and mental health struggles. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree at Keene State College and her Masters of Arts degree at Antioch University New England in Counseling and Dance/Movement Therapy. She comes to Recovery Services of Connecticut after working at Rushford as a detox clinician and as the lead clinician in their residential rehab program. Nicole takes a holistic and creative approach to helping individuals discover their inner strength and potential.
Nicole is a boy mom, loves nature, hiking, and was a dance instructor for over a decade. She believes in using mindfulness and movement to assist in healing; athletics, exercise, martial arts, dance, yoga, breath work, and meditation.
Annie Christianson received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut and her Masters of Sciences degree at Bay Path University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in substance use disorders. She will be independently licensed in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor in 2023. Annie has a background in recovery and a strong foundation in Narcotics Anonymous. Annie has a warm, trauma-informed approach to counseling, incorporating humor and creativity into her work. She believes in helping individuals challenge themselves and discover their autonomy.
Annie enjoys exercise and movement as a practice of healing, and loves being in nature. She also loves books, true crime documentaries, and her cat (David).