To form and nurture an accessible, comprehensive, interactive continuum of care-both online and real world-for people seeking to understand, confront, and heal problems with sexual behavior and relationship intimacy.
Dr. Robert Weiss, Chief Clinical Officer
Robert Weiss PhD, LCSW is an expert in the treatment of adult intimacy disorders and related addictions, most notably sex/porn/relationship addictions along with co-occurring drug/sex addiction. A clinical sexologist and practicing psychotherapist, Dr. Rob frequently serves as a subject matter expert for major media outlets including CNN, HLN, MSNBC, OWN, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and NPR, among others.
Dr. Rob is the author of Prodependence: Moving Beyond Codependency, Out of the Doghouse, Sex Addiction 101, and Cruise Control, among other books. He blogs regularly for Psychology Today and Psych Central. His podcast, Sex, Love, & Addiction, is rated as a Top 10 Addiction Podcast for 2019. He also hosts a weekly live no cost Webinar with Q&A on SexandRelationshipHealing.com.
A skilled clinical educator, Dr. Rob routinely provides training to therapists, hospitals, psychiatric organizations, and even the US military. Over the years, he has created and overseen nearly a dozen high-end addiction and mental health treatment facilities across the globe. For more information or to reach Dr. Rob, visit SeekingIntegrity.com. You can also follow him on Twitter (@RobWeissMSW), LinkedIn (Robert Weiss LCSW), and Facebook (Rob Weiss MSW).
Stuart Leviton, Chief Operating Officer
Stuart Leviton is COO of Seeking Integrity LLC, created to help people and organizations understand, address, and redress behavioral health changes. A graduate of The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and an honors graduate of the University of Texas at Austin School of Law, he is a long-time member of the California Bar. He has practiced in business advice and counsel and civil litigation for nearly 25 years.
He has over 40 years of business experience, starting in his formative years in his family’s men’s clothing store, and proceeding thereafter as a union member, employee, consultant, attorney, business advisor, and small business owner. In addition to his professional activities, he sits on the Boards of the Union for Reform Judaism, the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life, and the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition. Formerly, he was Vice Chair of the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission, Chair of the West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation, and a lecturer in Business Law and Ethics at the American Jewish University.
His ultimate takeaway from his extensive professional and service experience: Stop asking for advice. Instead, focus on understanding the potential consequences of the choices one makes. Ask the right questions, get good answers, and carefully weigh and understand the possible outcomes.
Tami VerHelst, Chief Relationships Officer
Tami VerHelst is committed to addiction recovery, and to helping those who are struggling with addiction and their loved ones find qualified services. She was Vice President of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) for more than ten years. During her tenure, she helped the organization more than quadruple in size and gain international presence and reputation by creating a community environment for professionals and upholding a standard of excellence for the organization’s trainings and conferences.
More recently, she created Momentum Addiction Recovery Services with the goal of Moving Recovery Forward, consulting on projects that provide quality services to those seeking help for themselves and their loved ones. In this capacity, she is pleased to partner with Seeking Integrity and Sex and Relationship Healing, with a focus on connecting struggling individuals with the recovery resources they need.
Dr. David Fawcett, Vice President of Clinical Programming
David Fawcett PhD, LCSW is a substance abuse expert, certified sex therapist, and clinical psychotherapist. He is the author of Lust, Men, and Meth: A Gay Man’s Guide to Sex and Recovery. In his clinical practice, Dr. Fawcett addresses a wide range of concerns, including addiction, trauma, and issues related to chronic illness, especially HIV/AIDS. He is a national trainer for the HIV Spectrum project of the National Association of Social Workers and presents workshops for professionals both nationally and internationally. He frequently presents workshops on LGBT health, addiction, HIV, and co-occurring disorders both in the US and internationally. He is a regular contributor to TheBody.com and TheBodyPRO.com, writing about HIV, mental health, and substance abuse, and he has been published in Huffington Post, Positively Aware, and other journals. He was a founder and Chair of the South Florida Methamphetamine Task Force, a nationally recognized coalition that addressed the meth epidemic through training, prevention, and intervention. Dr. Fawcett most recently co-produced Crystal City, a documentary about crystal meth and the gay community in New York.
Cheryl Brown, Vice President of Client Experience
Cheryl Brown, LADAC-C, states, “l truly understand the shame and guilt that shackles individuals, couples, and families who suffer from addictions and/or behavioral disorders. I am very passionate about guiding those in need of healing on the path of recovery – letting them know they need not walk alone.” Since 1981, Cheryl has worked in the behavioral health and addiction sector, having a broad scope of industry experience with the financial, clinical, intake, marketing, and executive management areas in residential treatment programs. Roles over the past decade include National Marketing Director, Executive Director, and Marketing Director. She remains committed to helping addicts and their families with issues like sex addiction, porn addiction, alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders, trauma, mood disorders, and other mental health issues. She is a Certified Addiction Counselor-Candidate in Tennessee and has held this certification in Arizona previously. Despite her longevity in the field, she has worked with only four residential programs prior to Seeking Integrity – all noteworthy in their own regard. Cheryl works nationally but continues to reside in Tennessee with Rowdy (her dog) and her beloved horses.
Scott Brassart, Director of Content Development
Scott Brassart is a writer, editor, and content creator. As Director of Content Development for Seeking Integrity LLC, he oversees the creation, production, and dissemination of online information, treatment manuals for Seeking Integrity treatment programs, and other written materials. A graduate of Brown University (BA), Emerson College (MA), and Indiana University School of Law (JD), he has been a writer and editor for more than 25 years.
As a book publisher, he has worked at Northeastern University Press, High Mountain Press, and Alyson Books (Editor-in-Chief). As a freelance writer, his work has appeared in dozens of local, national, and international publications. He is the author of the mystery novel, The Bad Ending, and coauthor, with the late James Robert Baker, of the satirical novel, Anarchy. He has written, produced, or directed a half-dozen short films. In recent years, his work has focused almost entirely on mental health issues, with an emphasis on healing from substance addictions, and sex, porn, and love addiction.
Suzie Le Brocq, Senior Clinical Advisor
Suzie Le Brocq has worked in the addiction treatment field for more than 15 years, with stops in Europe, North America, and the South Pacific. Trained in the UK, the US, and Canada, she is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), a Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), a Canadian Certified Addiction Counselor (CCAC), and an Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Suzie is currently completing her PhD in Clinical Sexology and is a Board-Certified Transgender Care Therapist and a Board-Certified Sex Therapist. Working in different countries has expanded her global knowledge base and provided her with exposure to many different and diverse populations, races, cultures, and treatment philosophies. That said, she works primarily with a trauma-informed cognitive-behavioral model of therapy, focusing on the relationship between a person’s thinking, emotions, and behaviors. This is the approach that has proven most effective with addictions of all types.