Narconon Colorado Staff Member Highlight: Mike T.

Mike—Narconon Colorado Staff

Mike has always been willing to go above and beyond in order to help out wherever needed at Narconon Colorado.

As a Course Supervisor, he helps people get through some of the most difficult aspects of their programs. It isn’t always an easy thing to help somebody confront their problems, but Mike has always done so with a high level of patience and understanding.

When he works as a Case Supervisor, he ensures that each person gets as much out of each step of their program as possible. Ask anyone who has been to Narconon Colorado and they will tell you that Mike genuinely enjoys helping people confront and overcome their addictions.

What is your position and what tasks do you perform at work?

I do several different jobs at Narconon Colorado, but mainly I work a lot on helping people get through their programs. As a Certified Addiction Counselor, I do a lot of clinical interviews and one-on-one sessions with people. I also work as a Case Supervisor and a Course Supervisor where I help with programming and overseeing people’s individual cases. When people are having a difficult time I help them work through it.

How long have you been working in the addiction field?

Almost six years.

Narconon Colorado Staff Member: Mike T.

What made you decide to work in the addiction field?

I was on the other side of it for a long time. When I got help and got clean, I found out that I can really help other people get through this. I can see that my group is making a difference every day in the struggle against addiction.

What have been some of your biggest wins working in the addiction field?

Every time I do a graduation ceremony and see people reunited with their family is a win for me. It is extremely rewarding to see someone get through something they thought they couldn’t do.

If you could give one piece of advice to someone currently struggling with addiction what would it be?

The biggest thing I would say would be to get help. Find a group of people who know how to get a person through their addiction. It won’t always be easy but trust the process.

What is your favorite thing about working at Narconon?

I really enjoy the people I work with. Most of all I love making a difference and seeing people succeed.

What do you like to do with your free time outside of work?

I like to run, hike, play music and spend time with friends and family.



After overcoming her own addiction in 2012 Julie went on to become certified as an addiction counselor in order to help others achieve a life of recovery. She worked in the addiction field for 8 years and now uses both her personal and professional experiences with addiction as an influence for her writing.