Our caring team, effective treatment, and second-to-none service all combine to offer a treatment experience you can trust. Meet our team of caring, experienced professionals:
Co-Founder and Clinical Director
Coral Bay Recovery’s Co-Founder and Clinical Director is Mark Jacobson, LMFT, MCAP, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Master’s-level Certified Addiction Professional who has provided both inpatient and intensive outpatient addiction treatment for people from all across the country and all walks of life who struggle with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Having been a Primary Therapist, Clinical/Program Director, and Chief Clinical Officer at top treatment facilities in South Florida, Mark is experienced at effectively using a variety of evidence-based practices to address the addiction and mental health needs of clients. A graduate of Nova Southeastern University, Mark is passionate about using all his training and experience, along with his warmth, empathy and humor, to help clients focus on practical solutions that can transform their lives for the better.
Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer
Coral Bay Recovery’s Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer is Scott Snader. Scott has worked in both substance abuse and mental health for the past 16 years. His career started as a substance abuse counselor for the Department of Youth and Family Services in New Jersey. He has since held many positions from Director of Admissions for a mental health and substance abuse program to being part of a start-up, 100-bed program in Boca Raton, Florida.
Scott is a graduate of Widener University in Pennsylvania and is also in recovery himself. He truly has a passion for helping others that struggle with addiction and re-learning how to turn their life around and make it into something great.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Coral Bay Recovery’s psychiatric nurse practitioner is Natalie Wilgoren, APRN. With more than four decades of clinical practice in adult mental health treatment Natalie brings her vast knowledge and experience to Coral Bay’s clients. She specializes in advanced practice psychiatric and mental health nursing, as well as working with adults diagnosed with addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. Natalie provides Coral Bay’s clients psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and psychiatric follow-up appointments.
Natalie is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), a dual-licensed RN/APRN, and is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as an Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist. She was the Director of Psychiatric Services at Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach, Florida, and the Director of Senior Adult Services at Charles River Hospital in Wellesley, Massachusetts. She holds a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Northeastern University.
Primary Therapist Debbie Gottlieb, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with over a decade of experience working with clients struggling with mental health and addiction issues. As part of our Primary Mental Health Program, Debbie uses the MindBrand Method that she developed to teach clients actionable solutions and tools to heal emotional pain and negative cycles, and take their personal growth and self-healing to the next level so they can live a life of happiness, purpose and fulfillment. Prior to joining Coral Bay, Debbie has worked at a variety of South Florida treatment centers, in several capacities, including clinical director, program director and primary therapist. She is a board-certified holistic health practitioner, certified biodynamic breathwork practitioner and Zen yoga instructor. Debbie is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University.
Primary Therapist Myro Rosky, LMHC is a Florida-licensed mental health counselor with over 12 years of experience helping clients address a broad area of concerns. His focus is on addiction and LGBTQ issues and how they co-occur with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal conflicts. Myro works with clients to help them acquire a better understanding of themselves, as well as giving them the tools to help them live happier, more productive lives. He believes that effective therapy is a partnership and an alliance, so his counseling style is both personable and interactive, and his treatment interventions combine cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and psychodynamic approaches. Myro is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University.
As Admissions Coordinator, Michael ensures that new clients’ transition to treatment at Coral Bay is as smooth and seamless as possible and their recovery journey continues without a hitch. Michael has decades of corporate management experience, including a successful 30-year career at Automatic Data Processing (ADP), where he was recognized for world class service. Michael has a true passion for helping those struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Judith expertly manages all of Coral Bay’s billing functions, making it easy for clients to receive the treatment they need without having to worry about financial matters.
Charity Davis &
Utilization Review Managers
Charity and Tara ensure that Coral Bay’s clients receive all the insurance benefits they’re entitled to, based on their policy coverage.