Online Addiction Treatment - Brave Health

Taking control of your addiction?
That’s brave.

Private, confidential access to online therapy and treatment for mental health and addiction

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Our Approach

Access.
Redefined.

Let Brave Health help you on your journey to recovery. Our telehealth-enabled approach allows you access to expert professionals on your schedule, including evenings and weekends.

No need to drive a long distance to an office—after your first visit, video sessions allow for discrete interaction with our expert team.

All you will need is a commitment to recovery, a computer, tablet, or smartphone, and a private place to meet.

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Our Team

Our team of experts has hundreds of years of combined experience in addiction and mental health. Get to know some of our team below:

Wendy Danicourt, CAP, ADC, MSW

Director of Behavioral Health Services

Wendy brings 30+ years of expertise to the team. A telehealth expert, Wendy helped to create the e-therapist certification in Florida and has worked across the country on state, local, and federal innovation in telehealth. Wendy received her B.A. and Master of Social Work from Florida State University and holds a Certified Addiction Professional license and an e-Therapist certification.

Drew Lieberman, MD

Medical Director

With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Lieberman brings extensive medication management expertise to his work in addiction. A frequent speaker and consulted expert on Medication Assisted Treatment, Dr. Lieberman is passionate about expanding access to MAT. Prior to working in the addiction field, Dr. Lieberman was a leader in the anesthesiology field. He completed his residency at the Albert Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center and holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.

Jennifer Carlo, LMHC

Clinical Outreach

Jennifer has over 20 year of experience working in behavioral health, as an educator, therapist, administrator, and community relations specialist. She has worked with and for providers and facilities, nonprofits, and health systems in Florida. As a psychotherapist, Jennifer has broad experience in substance use disorder as well as a specialization in working with infertility.

What is Medication Assisted
Treatment (MAT)?

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA-approved medications, in
association with behavioral therapies and support, to provide a holistic and patient-
centered approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.

Medications for opioid use disorder can decrease cravings and/or withdrawal symptoms.

How It Works

Brave Health’s innovative treatment approach combines counseling and outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment with telehealth-enabled support.

Step 1

Evaluation

Meet your
therapist and discuss your goals. Your therapist will then connect you to a member of our medical team if you're a candidate for medication.

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Step 2

Treatment Plan

In collaboration with your treatment team you will develop a treatment plan that
will include counseling sessions via telehealth. Medications that are prescribed
will be regularly monitored and adjusted in telehealth sessions with your prescribing team member. In between sessions, you can always reach out to our team via phone, text, or email.

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Step 3

Management and Tapering

Consistent counseling combined with medication management and adjustment will
help you stay engaged with your treatment. Over time, the goal is to work with you to taper your medication gradually, as clinically appropriate.

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Reach out to us today. Our expert team is available to answer questions and talk about options.

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