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The Team


Clinical Director & Psychotherapist: Jessica Ricci, BA/MA; RP; OACCPP

Jessica has over 6 years experience working in the addictions and mental health field within a variety of treatment settings. Currently Jessica practices privately at her office in Halton Hills, as well as offering groups and individual psychotherapy here at Another Road Addiction Recovery Center. Jessica works towards helping individuals and families reach their wellness journey through psychotherapy including: cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, emotion-focused therapy, family systems therapy, art therapy, and couples counselling. Jessica believes in meeting every individual client where they are at in terms of their recovery process as everyone enters treatment with unique experiences. Jessica's treatment model incorporates a holistic approach integrating addiction and mental health together.

General Manager: Sergio Morandin

Sergio is 24 years sober and he truly understands the trials and tribulations that staying sober entails. As well as being the General Manager, Sergio is an inspiration who generously contributes to every aspect of Another Road’s daily operations. He understands that the variety of factors that can contribute to destructive behavior are diverse and uniquely personal.  His sobriety has taught him that every problem has a solution and every road block reveals the possibility of another direction. He truly believes that every person has the ability to recover from addiction.

Program Manager: Bill Walsh

Bill has been involved in the recovery community for many years while working in the financial industry. After deciding to make a career change a few years ago the Addiction Studies program at Centennial seemed like a natural fit. A volunteer position turned into a full time job working in a residential recovery home and a CAC II designation followed in due process. Recovery is a multi faceted process and Bill believes that offering multiple modalities of addiction treatment is key to a full recovery.

Counsellor: Ken King

Coming from a good home with loving parents didn't save Ken from a fight with addiction. Good fortune led him to some caring people who convinced him that treatment can work. In the company of new friends he became a regular at 12 step meetings. Motivated by his struggle he set out to learn what he could, about addiction, from an academic perspective. He attended McMaster University where he graduated from the Addiction Studies Program and he’s been a practicing counsellor ever since. He believes that with the support of a strong and caring community every man can find the strength to stay healthy.

Counsellor: Kyle Stojsin

Kyle has an extensive background in treating individuals who suffer from concurrent disorders, mental health and behavioral issues. He specializes in relapse prevention, anger management, behavioral modification and solutions focused therapy. Kyle is also able to teach clients the 12 steps and show them how to implement them in their daily lives. He received his diploma with distinction through his addiction and mental health program and is currently continuing his education through CAMH. Kyle is a member in good standing with CACCF.

Kyle believes in client centered therapy meaning that each client is different so he creates individualized treatment plans for each individual client.

Kyle is able to develop a strong rapport with each client almost immediately he has worked with youth as young as 16 to adults over the age of 60 and is proficient in an assortment of modalities making him able to better help each individual client.


  • Assessment discharge and treatment (ADAT) certified by CAMH
  • Official crisis prevention institute (CPI)
  • Non-violent crisis intervention (NVCI)
  • CPR/first aid training
  • ARV Techniques
  • CACC
  • R.P.C

Volunteer: Cooper 

Cooper is a volunteer at the recovery house. His specialties are running in the back field playing ball, socializing and accepting treats. Always happy with his tail wagging and gentle demeanour it is impossible not to feel good around him. Cooper always has time for everyone at the house.