Kimberly Young , Office Manager, Officer/Owner

“Be easy on yourself”

Kimberly’s varied career talents include; management of multi-company operations,
care of patients through her previous career as a RN, and in her free time assisting and
guiding others in their personal recovery programs. It is through Kim’s journey of Education
and life experiences that developed her dedication to helping others and now dedicating her
life’s work to a business that will fulfill her vision and desire to help others.

Robert Mogar , MSW/CAP

“The most fulfilling journey of your life begins with step 1”

Robert since 2004 has remained focused on his passion to help others and choosing to be
part of the solution to our nation’s substance abuse epidemic. His education includes
Bachelors of Psychology/ Masters in Social Work and is a Licensed Certified Addiction
Professional (CAP). Robert’s reputation and community involvement has enhanced the
team network at Break the Cycle. His dedication and experience in the recovery field is a
natural fit in working with clients to provide the best possible care.

Stephanie Hannah, Yoga Instructor

“Kindness, compassion, and healing. “

Stephanie beautifully combines recovery sayings into a gental yoga practice along with
meditation. Her teaching style is effective in helping to bring another technique used by
many in the recovery process.

Doug Munson, RMHCI

Doug Munson is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with Break the Cycle.

He received his Master of Arts in Counseling at Webster University in St. Louis Missouri.  He also has a Bachelor of Science in Recreation at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri.  Doug has 20+ years of experience working in counseling. He has been a Program Director for a Residential Program for Recovery for four years.  He also has four years experience working in Customer Service.  When Doug is not counseling he enjoys cooking and reading and learning American history. He resides in Daytona Beach, FL and can be contacted through Break the Cycle @ (386) 437-0026 or (386) 333-9622.

Kristine Ohlson

Kristine Ohlson, Office Assistant

“A Positive outlook often brings a positive outcome”

I am a student at Daytona State college and will be graduating May of 2017 with an AS degree as an addictions specialist. I have six years sobriety and decided to go into this field to help others who struggle with addiction.





Jennifer Masker

Jennifer Masker, Intern

“You are not alone.”

I am the first in my family to graduate college. I have always been the kind of person that wants to help others in need. I have been in recovery myself for eleven years so it was a natural decision for me to become a substance abuse counselor. I love what I do and I can’t see myself doing anything else. If I could only give one bit of advice for life it would be, “We cannot change what the world throws at us, we can only change our reaction to it.”

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