Paul Tucker, MS, LADAC - Founder and Owner
Paul’s education began with a BA in Social Science from Marylhurst College. He has a Master’s Degree in Experiential Therapy from the University Of Wisconsin. Paul has owned outpatient treatment facilities for the last 18 years. He founded Turning Point Recovery Center in 2010 with a focus on providing superior quality treatment for addictions and co-occurring disorders. He is continuously working towards expanding treatment offerings to better serve the growing substance abuse and mental health needs of our community.
Paul is an accomplished hand cyclist who enjoys camping and numerous other outdoor activities with his wife Rebekah and their dog, Bella.
David Durham, MD, MPH
Dr. David Durham is a psychiatrist and received his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine, The University of Kansas Medical Center, Master of Science; The University of Virginia, Internship in Internal Medicine; The University of Virginia, Residency in Psychiatric Medicine; and Duke University Medical Center, Fellowship in Cognitive Neurophysiology. His areas of professional interest include neurocognitive deficits related to traumatic brain injury, genomic medicine, specifically related to CYP450 variability and how it relates to psychotropic metabolization. He specializes in neuropsychiatric disorders including traumatic brain injury, movement disorders, cognitive disorders, as well as mood, anxiety and psychotic disorders.
His hobbies include polo & related equestrian sports, hunting, and working with third world medical missions. He speaks multiple languages, including Spanish.
Frances Kathleen Lopez-Bushnell (Kathy) APRN, EdD, MPH, MSN
Kathy is a Family Nurse Practitioner and a nurse researcher who has been working with substance use disorders for many years. She has been awarded a substance-use disorder fellowship, published in substance use disorders and she continues to work in this area. Kathy facilitates patients going through alcohol, opioid, or other withdraw with non-addictive treatments. Because of her ability to use motivational interviewing and her many years of experience with substance use disorders and research, she is able to provide excellent care with patients going through withdrawal. This successful protocol helps individuals go through withdrawal with minimal symptoms. It also helps them prepare for the lifelong journey of sobriety, a healthy, satisfying and productive life.
Bobbie Anderson, MA, NCC, LPCC - Clinical Director & IOP Therapist
Whenever human beings experience trauma and life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to become unraveled. Bobbie has dedicated her professional life to helping people learn to manage and cope during those tough times. Her extensive training in many different therapeutic modalities such as Person-Centered, Gestalt, Reality, Pastoral, Brief, and Solution-Focused therapies have helped her be extremely effective in helping clients find healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthen their relationships so they can live the life they desire.
Her love for others and endless compassion comes in handy when she is working with many different populations such as people who suffer with Substance Abuse Dependency/Addictions, PTSD, Anxiety disorders, Women, and Trauma-related issues.
Her educational background includes a MA in Mental Health Counseling and a B.A. in Human Services with two concentrations in Addictions and Women Studies, both degrees are from the University of Phoenix. She is completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology & Counseling Supervision in the near future.
Kumara Hampton, MA, LADAC, LMHC - IOP Therapist
Kumara obtained his MA and LADAC in counseling, in addition to his LMHC; his dual license as a mental health counselor with a specialty in addiction makes him the ideal therapist for our clients. He is a very grounded individual who enjoys spending his free time out in nature connecting to the earth. He began his career in the field of addiction three years ago.
Kumara’s passion is to help clients find their paths and a sense of inner peace. He understands that addiction is not an issue of morality but instead something much more complex that includes an array of deeper issues. Kumara prides himself on holding a safe space for clients to process deep work in group while he simultaneously approaches every client in a very individualized manner. He realizes that although each client may share a commonality of addiction issues, that each client is also a unique individual and should be treated as such.
VANYA GARABEDIAN, LCSW - IOP Therapist
Vanya earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from New Mexico Highlands University in 2012. Intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, she brings a mindful, nonjudgmental approach to addictions treatment. Her involvement with substance abuse and recovery, both professionally and personally, provides her with an insight that is invaluable to our community. We are fortunate to have her on our clinical team. Vanya’s passion is clearly evident by her dedication to making a difference.
Elizabeth Brooks - Billing/Administration
Elizabeth has a background in Psychology and Biology with bachelors’ degrees from UNM, both in science fields. She also volunteered with APD at their Forensic Science Center. Elizabeth was born and raised in Albuquerque. She enjoys traveling and has a 5-year-old rescue Pit/Lab mix, Ripley, whom she absolutely adores. She loves to hike, run, snowboard and swim … she will do pretty much anything that involves signing a waiver! She also enjoys volleyball and kickball. We are fortunate to have Elizabeth on staff.
Jesse Holly - Administration
Jesse was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is currently attending Central New Mexico Community College pursuing a degree in English. He has been clean and sober since June 17, 2010. He loves his family, his fiance, and his friends. His hobbies include writing, playing video games, and playing music.