Psy.D, Rosemead School of Psychology
After working more than
two decades in healthcare, Kevin started working at Innovation 360 to better
address the gaps that exist in drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs. In
addition to managing the day-to-day operations of Innovation 360, which includes
staff management, program development, and coordinating client care with outside
therapists and physicians, Kevin also works with individuals and couples seeking
to improve their family and marriage relationships.
Prior to Innovation 360, Kevin worked in the Medical Affairs departments of
Johnson & Johnson, a multi-national manufacturer of pharmaceutical and
biotechnology products, as well as Cephalon, an international biopharmaceutical
company. During his time with these companies, Kevin worked closely with leading
researchers across the country and played an integral part in bringing
breakthrough addiction medication to the market.
Kevin earned his bachelors degree from Baylor University in 1986 and Psychology
degree from Rosemead School of Psychology in 1992. He has also served as an
adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary for almost 20 years. His
interest in addiction treatment and research has taken him across the country to
train, work and learn. He is a frequent lecturer, presenter and guest speaker at
various seminars and forums nationwide.