Terry Shapiro MS, CAC

Terry Shapiro MS, CAC

Co-CEO & Partner

A Certified Addictions Counselor with a bachelor's degree in social work from Winona State University in Minnesota and a master's degree in Human Services Counseling (with an emphasis on addictions) from the National Louis University in Evanston, IL., Terry Shapiro is an expert in Addiction Treatment.
With over 25 years of experience working in addiction and behavioral health - Terry began his career as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor; has previously served as an Employee Assistance Counselor for Amtrak Railroad and then as the Executive Director at the Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services in Tennessee as well as Hazelden Foundation's Chicago location.
Throughout the years, Terry Shapiro has extensively presented at national and regional conferences, conducted countless interventions, and provided numerous print and broadcast interviews on addiction treatment - During his time working in Bogota, Colombia, Terry saw a need and implemented addiction prevention programs in schools and provided counseling to the local youth and their families.
An avid baseball fan, Terry even operated a baseball academy in Colombia and was also a scout for the world-famous Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs. Nowadays Terry is a ‘social animal' and enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three children and two boxers, Luna and Maya.

A Personal Note from Terry Shapiro…
“I believe in divine intervention, I strive to build lasting relationships and to help people and families find recovery. Being in recovery means we have been given the blessing to live a second life in one lifetime and helping others is what I love most."

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