Amy Hofeditz has been the Administrator of Island Assessment and Counseling for 4 years and Clinical Director for over 9 years. She is currently registered with the Department of Health as a Chemical Dependency Professional. Amy comes to us with a wide variety of experience. She was the owner and operator of Quanta East, where she served as Administrator and Clinical Director. She worked with Associated Behavioral Health Care as a Clinical Supervisor, where she provided individual, group and family counseling as well as assessments. She started her CDP career at Lakeside Milam Inpatient program, where she was an Associate Counselor, working in the family program and assisting with transitioning into inpatient care. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, watching movies and listening to music.
Randy Collier came to work as an Intern in February of 2009 while attending Skagit College. He stayed on after becoming a Chemical Dependency Professional and has remained in our Oak Harbor location. Randy has been with Island Assessment & Counseling as a CDP ever since. Randy likes spending time with his grandson, enjoys spending time outdoors doing sport activities, and loves working in his garden.
Jennifer Moore came to work in January of 2016 as an Administrative Assistant. Jennifer is currently enrolled at Skagit College working toward achieving a degree as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Chemical Dependency Professional. She is married and has three wonderful children. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family. In her free time, she likes spending time at the beach, listening to music, baking and caring for her many animals. Jennifer’s newest edition, that we have the pleasure of hearing about a lot, is Pete her pig. He is very cute and full of mischief.
Bryan May came to work in January of 2016 to developed and implement our Domestic Violence Program. Bryan has been a certified Mental Health Counselor since June of 2010. Prior to becoming a Mental Health Counselor and providing Domestic Violence Treatment, Bryan was a Chemical Dependency Professional. He is married with two adult children and two grandchildren. Bryan has two beagles named Billy and Buster who enjoy taking Bryan and his wife on long walks. Before Bryan provided Domestic Violence Treatment and Chemical Dependency Treatment, he was a pastor of a church!
Ryan Parry joined our team in December, 2017. Ryan began his counseling career at Recovery Centers of King County in 2012 and has been a licensed Chemical Dependency Professional since 2015. Ryan currently holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and is working towards a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Ryan has an additional certification in Meditation Instruction. Ryan spends his “off the cushion” time fellowshipping with friends in his local recovery community, exercising at the gym and relaxing at home with his two cats.