Our Caring Staff in Austin, TX
Colleen Culton, Executive Director
Colleen has worked in addictions counseling for almost 20 years and earned her credentials as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in 2000. She has extensive experience working with adults in both outpatient and residential treatment settings. Colleen’s approach to addictions counseling is founded on the belief that people can achieve long-term, positive change. Since 2009, she has worked in a supervisory capacity with both clinical and non-clinical staff. Colleen recently completed studies for American Sign Language Interpreting at Austin Community College. One of her future goals is to expand service options for deaf and hard-of-hearing adults who struggle with the disease of addiction. A lifetime bibliophile, Colleen can frequently be found immersed in the pages of a good book. Her other favorite activities include spending time with family and traveling.
Ashley Moskalyk-Beckett, Nurse Manager
Ashley Moskalyk-Beckett is from a small community in northeastern Kentucky. She has 18 years of nursing experience and has worked as a Director of Nursing in long-term care for eight years. Ashley specializes in behavioral health nursing and enjoys mentoring and guiding the nursing staff in Houston, Austin, and Wimberley while working with clients in recovery. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs, drinking coffee, and exploring new things, especially outdoors.
Jay Glauser, RA Manager
Born and raised in Houston, Texas Jay moved to Austin in 2005. In 2011, after years of attempting to manage his addiction, Jay sought help and began his journey of recovery. Early on he was inspired by counselors and those with long term sobriety by their ability to help others make meaningful change in their lives. In 2014, Jay completed his Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist training. As the Recovery Advocate Supervisor, Jay oversees Recovery Advocates in detox and residential rehab and fulfills the daily needs of clients. Jay is attuned to the need of addicts and alcoholics to have a stable support system. He is passionate about helping others develop meaningful, long term recovery and supporting families through the process. Jay enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, playing guitar and reading.