Beth Durling, MS, CADC-II, ICADC, grew up in Southern California, graduated from Point Loma University, and continued her education at the Institute of Chemical Dependency where she quickly became a thought leader in the field of substance use disorder. Beth continues to be one of the most successful intervention specialists, working in the field of alcohol and drug addiction because of her treatment engagement with victims of drug or alcohol addiction and mental health disorders.
Beth’s success has been centered around working with high-risk, dual diagnosed clients, which ultimately led her to such titles as CEO, COO, and Clinical Administrator; where she equipped her teams to further their successful outcomes nationally.
Her vision for family intervention is evident as founder and CEO of The Center for Life Change, a national institute recognized for its non-profit family intervention support.
Currently, Beth is co-founder of Lifelines, a non-profit community resource offering intervention guidance, education about treatment options, and support through the recovery process for family members.
Beth writes educational literature and performs speaking engagements on topics of addiction medicine. She explores culture, patient retention, and clinical practices of addiction health care providers. She has two amazing adult children who reside in LA and Orange County.
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