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Coral Seco, LMHC

Coral Seco is a licensed mental health counselor and primary therapist at Family Recovery Specialists. She specializes in person-centered therapy and in acceptance and commitment therapy. Ms. Seco attended Florida International University where she earned her B.S. in psychology and then went on to earn her graduate degree in psychology from Albizu University.

She has extensive experience working with clients that struggle with eating disorders and substance use. Coral speaks fluent English and Spanish and is able to comfortably provide therapy in either language.

Tasneem Campos, MSW

Tasneem Campos is a primary therapist at Family Recovery Specialists.

She graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She then received her master’s in social work from Florida International University. Prior to joining the FRS team, Tasneem worked with individuals suffering from eating disorders and other co-occurring psychiatric disorders. She has completed internships at Camillus House in the substance abuse program and at Miami Bridge Youth Services in Homestead, providing case management as well as individual and family counseling services. Tasneem is also a certified Hatha Yoga instructor, having traveled to India to complete a 200-hour training. She is bilingual in both English and Spanish and can provide services in both languages. Tasneem is passionate about mindfulness and incorporates it into her therapeutic approach.

Shannon Nuñez, LMHC – Clinical Director

Shannon Nuñez is the clinical director at Family Recovery Specialists.

She previously worked as the clinical director and a primary therapist at Pathway to Hope, another Delphi facility, which has provided her with an abundance of knowledge from different Delphi programs. Shannon began her substance use career working in the non-profit sector, where she became enthusiastic about working with low-income individuals needing help with addiction, mental health, and reuniting their families.

Shannon’s educational background includes an M.A. in counseling psychology from Trinity University and she also holds a B.A. in psychology from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Shannon has spent the last eleven years focusing solely on clients with addiction and mental health issues. She is excited to continue working with clients to ensure they receive the best treatment and education possible on their journey of recovery.

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