Confidential Recovery is comprised of certified professionals and experienced specialists. Lead by CEO Scott H. Silverman, COO Duane Trombly, Program Manager Lina Silva-Cestero, and Clinical Director Dr. Regina Huelsenbeck, our team provides ongoing support to give our clients the opportunity for long-term sobriety. Come meet our diverse team.
Scott H. Silverman, CEO
A CNN Hero of the Week Award recipient, nationally known for leading successful recovery programs and having over 31 years of continuous recovery himself, serves as our CEO.
Duane Trombly, COO
A catalyst in opening the first substance abuse treatment program in western Michigan and a non-profit executive leader serves as our COO.
Lina Silva-Cestero, Program Manager
Lina Silva-Cestero is the Program Manager for Confidential Recovery. Lina completed her Bachelors in Criminal Justice and Management at University of Phoenix.
Regina Huelsenbeck, Clinical Director
PHD California Licensed Psychologist PSY25050
Dr. Regina is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 17 years experience in the addiction field. She has extensive addiction, mindfulness and dual-diagnoses treatment and clinical expertise as well as PTSD and addiction research experience.
Soleil Hepner, Embodied Mindfulness Therapist
When your emotional discomfort expresses itself physically in pain, exhaustion, or numbing, life may spin out of control. If your body is talking and it’s time to listen, contact Soleil Hepner. Embodied Mindfulness Therapist since 2002 – nearby in Sorrento Valley / San Diego.
Don Houts, MD
Michaelle Jinnette, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Michaelle Jinnette is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received an undergraduate degree in Human Development from UC San Diego and a Master’s in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego.
Michael Markopoulous, M.D.
Dr. Mike serves as our Attending Physician at Confidential Recovery. With over 40 years of experience, he has worked extensively with various addiction treatment programs in San Diego.