Our Team.

The team at The Redpoint Center is diverse in practice and unified in purpose.

Because each of our clients is unique and will respond to their treatment as such, the team at Redpoint offers multidisciplinary therapeutic interventions, each designed to meet and to heal individuals in a way that yields lasting change.

 

ABOUT THE REDPOINT CENTER

If you have questions about The Redpoint Center’s program or would like to speak with an Admissions Coordinator, please don’t hesitate to call (888) 509-3153.

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Cody Gardner

Cody Gardner

Founder/Owner

With 10+ years of experience in the behavioral health field, Cody leads from a unique set of experiences from his time in both the public and private sector. Cody first began his career working in publicly funded group homes for adolescent boys and girls with behavioral, cognitive and mental health disorders. From there Cody spent over 5 years working as a Probation Officer in several judicial districts in Colorado. Most notably, from 2010 to 2014 Cody was the Lead Probation Officer for the Denver Drug Court where he individually worked with hundreds of clients and oversaw the case processing of thousands. During his time in the Justice system Cody helped to implement evidence based practices and policies as well as to create and oversee various specialized Drug Court programs that targeted complex populations. Cody’s daily mission was to help men and women in the justice system find a path to recovery and a way out of the system. Following his work in the Justice system Cody has held a handful of positions in the private behavioral health field ranging from regional marketing representative for a well-known extended care program in Connecticut to the Director of Operations of a startup substance use disorder program in Colorado. Cody most recently was the Chief Operating Officer of Huffman Health, a behavioral health organization headquartered in southern California, and has served as a consultant for various centers nationwide.

When not working, Cody can be found with his family at local parks, hiking, or traveling the world. Cody is also an avid Handball player and travels each year to play in tournaments and pick-up games.

Honor Ashbaugh, MD, CSAT, CCPS

Honor Ashbaugh, MD, CSAT, CCPS

Medical Director

Dr. Ashbaugh is a licensed and board certified Internal Medicine physician who received her medical degree with honors and trained at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX. Dr. Ashbaugh is also both a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist with experience treating sex addicts and their partners from a betrayal trauma model. Dr. Ashbaugh co-founded the Begin Again Institute, a 14-day sex addiction treatment program in Boulder, in 2017. Her wide range of credentials allow her to treat her patients from both a medical and therapeutic standpoint with compassion, skill and understanding.

Donnie Hagenbart

Donnie Hagenbart

Executive Director

Donnie began working in the addiction treatment industry in 2010 and has worked in many capacities including; admissions, business development, program development, referral relations, and case management. Donnie’s most recent role was the National Marketing Director for a well-established men’s aftercare program here in Colorado. His passion and dedication come from his own personal journey in recovery and a strong passion to help others.

Here at Redpoint, Donnie is in charge of all business relationships and business development both locally and nationally. He will work closely with the executive team on the growth of Redpoint and how we can best help those in need.

When he’s not helping others, Donnie enjoys working out, spending time with his friends in recovery, and enjoying the greatness that Colorado has to offer.

Taylor Gibler

Taylor Gibler

Director of Community Relations

Taylor brings a diverse skill set to Redpoint Center’s team, hailing from a background in the non-profit sector, marketing/brand development, and in behavioral health intervention.

Taylor’s professional pursuits were born out of a sincere desire to help marginalized groups and at-risk populations and began seeking out a context in which he could effectively do that. So, in his early 20s Taylor joined a Honolulu based non-profit, that used surfing as a way bring a positive force into difficult situations. He eventually assumed a director’s position for the largest food-distribution program in the state that fed over 4,000 families/week. During this time Taylor also led teams of young adults through Southeast Asia, teaching the local-impoverished community how to surf, providing equipment and basic medical treatments.

Since his introduction to the behavioral health and substance abuse treatment field, Taylor has continued to grow and remain an active member of the recovery community. He has consulted with a handful of startup programs and served as the Director of Marketing and Community Relations for two programs in California.

Along with his roles in marketing and program development, for the last 3 years, Taylor has been apprenticing under one of the most highly sought-after interventionists in the country and has been formally trained and certified in multiple modalities of intervention; maintaining and growing in his ability to help guide people to a path to recovery.

Jennifer Gardner

Jennifer Gardner

Community Liason

With over 10+ years of experience in the behavioral health field, Jen Gardner has extensive experience with substance abuse disorder and other co-occurring mental health disorders. She began her career working for a women’s extended care program as a psychiatric technician. Working in the milieu she realized she had a passion for mentoring young adults. Watching a young person achieve independence and self-worth was a highlight of her day. Having served as a case manager, family advocate and admissions director as well as marketing director for several local Colorado treatment programs, Jen utilizes multiple perspectives when approaching business development. Jen believes compassion, patience and transparency is key when helping families and patients find the right treatment program. Passionate about the outdoors, Jen lead wilderness trips for teenagers through the back country of Colorado prior attending a graduate study about program at Tel Aviv University in Crisis and Trauma Studies. As a graduate of The University of Colorado at Boulder, Jen is committed to being a vital resource for her community. She understands the difficulties of attaining recovery at a young age and is an advocate for treatment options for young adult populations. When not working, Jen enjoys family hikes and adventure travel with her husband and two little girls.

Adult Program Team

Nikki Summers, LCSW, CAC II

Nikki Summers, LCSW, CAC II

Clinical Director

Nikki received her Master of Social work at The University of Texas at Arlington in 1996 and her Bachelor of Social Work at The University of Texas at Austin in 1995. She has practiced psychotherapy for the past 22 years in various settings. In the beginning of her career, she focused on treating children, adolescents, teens and their families in an outpatient, in-home and residential setting. She has also worked with individuals, couples and families in a private practice setting. She currently devotes her time to working with adults who struggle with substance dependence. She specializes in addiction and trauma with an emphasis in mood and anxiety disorders. She enjoys using a cognitive-behavioral, Gestalt, mindful and positive strengths approach in her practice. Her passion for her career stems from her personal struggles in life and brings an empathetic approach to her clients. When Nikki is not working she spends her time with her two teenage daughters when they feel like it and if she is lucky.

Jay Fullam

Jay Fullam

Therapist

Jay Fullam received his Masters in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and graduated from the University of Colorado with a BA in Marketing. Jay has been working in the field of addictions for the last decade in a number of capacities. Jay’s journey began by mentoring men at Little Creek Lodge in Lake Ariel, PA in 2008. Upon graduating from the University of Colorado, he worked as life skills counseling at NorthStar Transitions, a primary mentor at AIM House transitional living program, and most recently as a therapist at the Harmony Foundation in Estes Park. As an active member of the recovery community since 2008, he works with struggling addicts and alcoholics to discover a healthy and happy way of living.

In overcoming his own struggles with substance abuse, Jay works to share his experience, strength, and hope with others in the recovery process. As a mentor, he believes in being proactive about one’s personal work in helping others discover their own inherent goodness. Jay looks to invoke one’s passions in setting clear goals and objectives to build and maintain a meaningful way of life and to help them overcome substance abuse and destructive patterns of self doubt.

Stephanie Winkler, MA, Registered Psychotherapist

Stephanie Winkler, MA, Registered Psychotherapist

Intake Therapist

Stephanie graduated from Naropa University with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health, where she studied counseling using a mindfulness-based lens. She has experience supporting individuals struggling with addiction, mental health issues, and trauma. What she appreciates most about her work in the mental health field is bearing witness to the beauty and resiliency of the human spirit, even in the midst of suffering. As a part of the Redpoint team, she is excited to support people as they connect with more joy and meaning in their lives. Stephanie believes that recovery is a deeply personal journey and trusts in the innate transformative potential that we all possess.
Stephanie is always in the middle of a good book, she loves going to punk rock shows, and as a Colorado native, spending time in the mountains is as necessary as breathing for her.

Desmond Cohen

Desmond Cohen

Therapist

Desmond received his Masters in Mindfulness-Based Clinical Psychology from Naropa University and graduated from Portland State University with a BS in Geography and Psychology. Desmond stepped into the world of addictions through the Mankind Project, and has continued to develop his expertise in the field while working as a clinician and coach through Naropa University. In his dual role as case manager and clinician, Desmond practices from a foundational belief that awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and sensations leads to a more empowered life. His work is based on creating a safe and trusting relationship in which he supports individuals to find the rich and meaningful life they deserve. Desmond’s practice is grounded in client-centered, and evidence-based philosophies that include mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, and Gestalt-experiential approaches. He works with individuals in every stage of change to help them cultivate the inner strength that we all possess.

Ben Marbach

Ben Marbach

Sober Living Program Manager/Case Manager

Ben is originally from Philadelphia and is a proud Eagles fan. He moved to Florida in high school before settling in Colorado in his early 20’s. Ben spent many years as a successful construction manager, a ski instructor and a MT bike instructor, as well as a manager of the Steamboat kids ski school.

In recovery Ben has become a licensed pilot, raced cross country MT bikes including finishing the Leadville 100, and become a level 2 qualified CrossFit Coach.

Ben has worked in several capacities in the Treatment industry including Client Services Manager where he worked closely with clients on life skills, career and vocational pursuits, sobriety skills, as well as managed the sober living houses. Ben has also worked as Residential Manager for an inpatient extended care treatment facility where he managed all non clinical elements of the clients experience including drug testing, medication management, activities programming, discipline and upkeep of the facilities.

Ben can usually be found during his free time out on his MT bike, at the CrossFit gym, or out with the boys on a dirt bike.

Katherine Duffy

Katherine Duffy

Case Manager

As a case manager, Katherine helps Redpoint’s clients reach their individual educational, vocational, and recovery goals through intrinsic motivation. Katherine’s passion to help her clients succeed stems from her own journey in recovery.

Katherine is originally from Cork, Ireland. She spent most of the last decade travelling across Europe and parts of South East Asia. Katherine has lived in Colorado for the past four years. During that time, she has worked as a Victim Advocate in the Boulder County area and is finishing a degree in the Behavioral Science field.

In her free time, you will find Katherine at CrossFit or spending time in the mountains with her two dogs.

Youth Program Team

Maurice Henriques

Youth Program Consultant

Bridget Camacho

Bridget Camacho

Youth Program Manager

Bridget received her Masters in Social Work and her Animal Assisted Social Work Certificate from the University of Denver. Throughout her studies Bridget focused on mental health and how experiential therapy and animal assisted therapy can facilitate physical, emotional, and mental healing. Through this Bridget believes in the healing abilities of nature, animals, and community support and works to incorporate all three areas into her clinical practice. Bridget has worked with adolescents and their families throughout her career and enjoys working with youth to help them build self-confidence, strengthen their relationships, and find their paths in life.

Courtenay Bedell, LCSW, MSW

Courtenay Bedell, LCSW, MSW

Youth Primary Therapist

Courtenay comes to Redpoint as a private practice therapist, specializing with adolescents, young adults and families. Before developing her private practice, Courtenay has worked with adolescents in various mental health positions for the past 20 years. Courtenay learned she had a passion for working with and supporting adolescents through life’s struggles when she began as a direct staff provider for a local residential group home for homeless and at-risk youth. Courtenay has worked as a residential provider, day treatment provider, TBS behavior coach, school based mental health coordinator, a substance abuse treatment therapist and a family therapist while living in California, Georgia, and Colorado. Courtenay worked as a Boulder County Caseworker and participated in the development and implementation of the Boulder Juvenile Integrated Treatment Court for almost 5 years. Courtenay recently worked as a contract therapist for BVSD at an alternative high school in the district.
Courtenay earned her master’s degree in Social Work from University of Georgia and has focused her social work career on the implementation of multiple clinical modalities; through court ordered interventions; individual, group and family therapy. Courtenay practices therapy on the belief that all individuals thrive and develop resiliency when he or she is able to address trauma, is offered respect, appropriate support, and the structure needed to implement behavior change. Courtenay believes that every person shall be treated with integrity and that everyone’s road to recovery is unique.

When not at Redpoint, you will find Courtenay spending time with her dog, working at her other job at an Ad Agency, hiking, wasting time in the mountains, traveling or dancing at a live concert.

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