Currently working on his PhD in organizational leadership with a concentrated focus on healthcare administration, Cameron arises each morning to win the day and continually identify opportunities to sharpen his mental toughness, visualize success, overcome failures, and focus on setting and achieving goals. While continually enhancing his situational awareness and looking for the good all around us, Cameron continually moves forward in the pursuit of happiness, never taking one moment of life for granted. After multiple years dedicated to fostering a successful educational leadership platform, Cameron strategically transitioned into healthcare administration with Acadia Healthcare, serving as: director of admissions for the Wilmington Treatment Center (a substance use disorder detoxification hospital) in Wilmington, North Carolina; director of business development for San Jose Behavioral Health Hospital (a freestanding, dual-diagnosis psychiatric hospital) in San Jose, California; corporate manager of managed care for Acadia Healthcare (working on the corporate operations national support team) in Franklin, Tennessee; and finally, chief executive officer for Rebound Behavioral Health Hospital (a freestanding, dual-diagnosis behavioral health campus) in Lancaster, South Carolina. As of June 2020, Cameron left Acadia Healthcare to further his healthcare leadership journey with Discovery Behavioral Health, currently serving as the CEO for New Hope Ranch.
An Experienced Team of Compassionate Leaders
Cameron A. Bolish, M.Ed
Chief Executive Officer
Anthony T. Triola
Director of Operations
Anthony joined the New Hope Ranch team as the director of operations in September 2020. A retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4), Anthony spent 25 years in active duty, with a total of 33 months in combat. His military awards include the Legion of Merit, two Bronze Stars, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal. Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Texas A&M University, Central Texas, and is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course. Anthony contributes his spare time as a lecturer of Russian/Soviet history at Senior University in Georgetown, and his hobbies include reading and woodworking. He is a member of NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals, and his desire has always been to serve those in need, which ultimately drew him to join the Discovery Behavioral Health team.
Lara Offenburger, PA-C
Lead Medical Provider
Lara has been with New Hope Ranch since January 2019 serving as both the director of the nursing department and lead medical provider, coordinating care with other medical providers and the medical director. After graduating from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 2001, Lara has focused her career on providing exceptional care to medically underserved populations. With her background in internal medicine, she obtained additional training in psychiatry, HIV specialty care, and substance abuse treatment to bring a unique and holistic approach to care for each individual patient. When not at work, Lara enjoys filling her day with volunteer work and international travel focusing on learning from diverse and varied cultures.
Selena Tyler, LPC-S
Selena has been working at New Hope Ranch since 2018 as a therapist and then as the clinical director. She entered this field after graduating from St. Edwards with her master’s degree in counseling. Selena has worked with adults struggling with substance abuse and other disorders since 2015. The love of helping others find a new way of life has kept her engaged and passionate about her work ever since. She has a great talent and is motivated to support the psychological changes necessary for staying sober and leading a life of purpose. When Selena is not working, she is helping raise a beautiful daughter and dotes on her fur babies. She spends her time riding her bike, playing with the animals, and helping her daughter rehearse for acting roles and focus on her schoolwork.
Travis Turner, LPC
Associate Clinical Director
Travis has been working with New Hope Ranch since 2018 as a therapist. As of May 2020, he became the associate clinical director. Travis provides individual and group therapy along with assisting in the supervision of the clinical department. He is a licensed professional counselor with experience in several settings including community mental health, psychiatric hospitals and residential substance abuse programs. Travis earned a B.S. in psychology from Texas A&M University in 2008; in 2015, he went on to earn his M.A. in counseling from Sam Houston University. Travis is passionate about providing mental health services since learning how to cope with related issues. When not at work, he loves spending quality time with his wife, taking care of his pets, playing boardgames and traveling.
Pam Tumlinson, LCDC
As an individual in long-term recovery, Pam has gone from struggling with substance abuse herself to creating a new life with a main goal of helping others. “I believe there is value in the connection that ties an individual in recovery with the individual struggling to recover.” Pam’s strengths are her compassion, experience, and being able to help an individual see their worth and provide guidance in finding a new way of life. Pam works as a licensed chemical dependency counselor and will complete her master’s program with the University of North Texas in the Spring of 2021.
Starr Suprak, LMFT-Associate
Starr has been a clinical therapist for New Hope Ranch since July 2019. She graduated from Penn State University in May 2003 with a B.S. in human development and family studies, specializing in child, youth and families. Starr obtained her M.S. in marriage and family therapy counseling from Capella University in December 2017. Since 2004, she has worked with a variety of age groups in several milieus. Starr has worked in juvenile justice-based dual diagnosis facilities, community mental health clinics across the lifespan, military installations, foster care organizations, public education system with students with special needs (as a staff member and as a contract service provider), psychiatric hospitals, and in private practice. While completing her bachelor’s degree, she regularly volunteered in community-based child and adolescent programs. Her childhood experiences as a military dependent inspired her desire to become a marriage and family therapist. As a clinical therapist at New Hope Ranch, she facilitates therapeutic and psycho-educational group sessions, individual therapy and couples/family therapy. Starr utilizes several therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness. Additionally, as a family therapist, she specializes in systemic therapy, attachment-based therapy and emotionally focused therapy to improve relationships, as means to implement a smoother transition back into families and other relationships after treatment. Starr aspires to be a certified EFT therapist and certified EMDR therapist.
Joy Campbell, M.A., LPC-S
Joy has been working with New Hope Ranch as a therapist since June 2020. She graduated with a masters in marriage and family counseling in 2006 and has worked with individuals, couples and families with a variety of issues in private practice and at behavioral health hospitals. Joy is enjoying her new journey at New Hope Ranch and looks forward to utilizing her trauma focused, cognitive behavioral approach with patients. Joy works to help patients identify negative thinking patterns and behaviors that may benefit from being modified or changed. She focuses on a patient’s strengths and positives to help empower them to have faith in themselves to make the changes they want to make to improve their lives. When Joy is not at work, she loves spending time with her family, her pets, reading and playing video games.
Referral Relations Manager and Alumni Coordinator
Ryan has been working with New Hope Ranch since July, 2019 and has been working in the recovery field since 2016. Here at New Hope Ryan works with clients to ensure that all their aftercare needs are taken care, from peer recovery coaching to PHP programs for additional care. Along with aftercare needs, Ryan also works with the Alumni to keep them connected to the New Hope Ranch family via in-house zoom meetings, alumni events and engages with them via New Hope Ranches Alumni app. Ryan started his recovery journey in 2015, 3 days after his 22nd birthday. Since that time, he has had a passion for helping others gain a new perspective on life. Recovery is a lifelong journey that begins the moment someone decides they are worth something better than where they are currently at. After work you can find Ryan discovering a new trail to explore or spending time with his 2 cats and dog.
Referral Relations Manager and Alumni Coordinator
Nicholas has been working with New Hope Ranch since September 2020. Before Nicholas sought out a career within healthcare, he attended the University of West Florida where he attained his bachelor’s degree in communication in May 2018 and a master’s degree in strategic communication and leadership in May 2020. His interest for this field started when he took an internship at another treatment center in California before he started his master’s degree. It was at this internship where he discovered his passion for helping others through evidence-based treatment. When Nicholas is not at New Hope Ranch, you can find him camping, hiking, playing video games or hanging out with his family.
Referral Relations Manager and Alumni Coordinator
Vanessa Cantu has been working with New Hope Ranch since May 2018. Vanessa started with the company as a lead BHT and became the BHT supervisor within a year. She is now the referral relations manager and alumni coordinator. Vanessa is originally from Germany, where she went to college to become an occupational therapist and discovered her love for this field. Vanessa graduated from Austin Community College in 2020 with a degree in addiction counseling and is currently waiting on her LCDC–CI. When Vanessa is not working, she spends her time with her kids. You can also find Vanessa on the basketball court, football field or in the gym watching her kids in competitive tumbling.
Director of Admissions
Audrey has been working with New Hope Ranch since August 2020. Currently, she is a director of admissions supporting the intake team by providing facility information and assisting with patient enrollment. With her bachelor’s degree in communications, she started as a business development marketer at a psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she worked for five years. She entered this field with a desire to work in a fast-paced environment and build beneficial relationships within the healthcare community. She found her strength was learning about a range of facilities and connecting those facilities with patients in need. When Audrey is not at work, she loves spending time with her family, watching Christmas movies all year-round and playing with her two rescue dogs.