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Scott Kiloby

Scott Kiloby

Founder, Co-owner

Scott Kiloby is a noted author, sought-after speaker, and passionate expert on the subject of mindfulness and authentic spiritual awakening as it is taught in the East. He is the author of seven books on the subject and has traveled the world extensively giving lectures, workshops and intensives. Scott is the founder of two worldwide mindfulness and self inquiry training programs. He is the co-developer of a new model of addiction recovery that is based on mindfulness/inquiry and unconditional love. 
Julianne Eanniello

Julianne Eanniello

Co-Owner, Clinical Director

Trainer, Registered Addiction Specialist (Int.), Co-Owner, Lead Senior Trainer & Facilitator, Registered Addiction Specialist (Int.), RADT-T

Julianne moved to California from the east coast to work at The Kiloby Center. She was a Senior Facilitator and Lead Trainer for the Living Inquiries online program. She worked hand in hand with Scott for several years on every aspect of the development and training of this work and continues to be instrumental in the further development of the work at The Kiloby Center. She is a warm, compassionate, highly skilled, and effective facilitator.

Dr. Lai

Dr. Lai

Doctor

A southern California native, Dr. Lai completed his medical training at Tufts University where he subsequently served as a clinical instructor. He is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He also holds board certifications in Pain Medicine and Independent Medical Examiners. He has served as the managing partner at the offices of Desert Pain & Rehabilitation Associates based in Rancho Mirage, California for the past 10 years and Medical Director of Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine in Placentia, California. Dr. Lai is also board certified in addiction medicine. Dr. Lai is not employed by the Kiloby Center. Clients who need medication are referred to his independent office. 

Chad Sewich

Chad Sewich

Assistant Director, Director of Communications and Finance

Chad moved to the Palm Springs community to help open the Kiloby Center for Recovery, which has become a one-of-a-kind treatment center attracting people from all over the world to the unique approach offered. Chad works in a variety of roles at the Center, including finance, marketing, and advertising. Before coming to the Kiloby Center for Recovery, Chad worked for several years as a journalist and meteorologist at WFIE-TV in Evansville, Indiana. Before that, he also worked at KDLT-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and KNBN-TV in Rapid City, South Dakota. Chad is originally from Minnesota where he also attended Southwest Minnesota State University, graduating with a degree in communications.
Dr. Susan Foster, Ph.D.

Dr. Susan Foster, Ph.D.

Facilitator

Dr. Foster has nearly 3 decades of experience in education, counseling, and Jungian-archetypal psychotherapy.

Along with her work as a facilitator at the Kiloby Center for Recovery, Dr. Foster is currently in private practice as a Spiritually-based Counselor in Idyllwild, California, and is a professor in psychology at Argosy University. Most recently she taught brief psychotherapy, human development, child and adolescent therapy, and sits as chair on dissertation committees.
Dr. foster has both her Masters and Ph.D. from The Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her degrees are in clinical psychology with an emphasis on Depth Psychology (this based on the work of Carl Jung and archetypal psychology). Dr. Foster’s undergraduate work is in Human Development with an emphasis on special education. She has taught children of all ages from infancy to adulthood; including 11 years as pre-school, kindergarten, and 5 years elementary school, junior high, high school, and special education. She worked primarily in the private sector but also in the public school system.
Donna Spencer

Donna Spencer

CATC-II, Facilitator and Case Manager

Donna is one of our Certified Living Inquiry Facilitators who brings a rich personal and professional history with addiction and recovery. She has worked for 11 years in the addiction treatment field with culturally diverse populations in Harlem, the South Bronx and with the homeless in the Bowery. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY she graduated from New York University with B.A in psychology and premedical studies. After receiving her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA she completed a residency in anesthesiology at the State University of New York at Downstate, a level one trauma center and training campus, blocks from where she was raised. She practiced for a few years in New York and New Jersey as a board certified anesthesiologist until the disease of addiction interrupted her career and led her on a journey of spiritual exploration emphasizing service to others. Her approach to recovery combines science, mindfulness based spirituality and the 12 steps. Her areas of expertise are smoking cessation, trauma, addiction education and 12 step recovery. She enjoys dancing, travel, especially getaways to the coast to do 5 Rhythms, Korean day spas and the beach.

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About Our Founder

This new model discards the shame, stigma, judgment, and punishment that has been a part of addiction treatment for 50 years. Scott is the co-founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery in Palm Springs California, the first addiction, anxiety, depression, and trauma Intensive Outpatient Program in the U.S. to focus primarily on mindfulness. Scott is also the co-founder of the Natural Rest House in La Quinta, California, the first primarily mindfulness-based detox and residential center in the U.S. Both facilities focus on Scott’s new model of recovery. Scott and his team are currently working on expanding his program to other states.
Scott is also the inventor of Mindful Pain Management, an app that acts as an interface between physicians and chronic pain patients to help patients more mindfully treat chronic pain. This app is a step towards helping to solve the heroin epidemic by helping patients treat pain without becoming addicted to painkillers (addiction to painkillers is one of the leading causes of heroin addiction).
Scott is also the founder of two mindfulness/inquiry training programs: Kiloby Inquiries Community, a training program and group of trained facilitators who work with people in over 12 different countries, and the Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness (NRAM) training program which focuses on the new and latest developments in Scott’s work. Scott’s training programs train therapists, counselors, mindfulness teachers, coaches, and lay-people in very simple, direct, and effective mindfulness methods.

– Scott Kiloby

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