Our Team

Our management team of seasoned executives include:

Jonathon DeCarlo, CAC-III


Jonathan is a Certified Addiction Counselor (Level III), with experience in addiction/recovery and mental health care since 1995. He is currently the Clinical Director of Recovery 360°, providing psychosocial rehabilitation, individual, group, marriage, and family therapy, and organizational development and consultation services. Jonathan currently serves as a board member of the Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals (CAAP). He has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families during early recovery from addiction and mental health issues and seeks to help people find therapeutic solutions utilizing a wide array of modalities and approaches.

Jonathan has developed care programs for inpatient and outpatient practices. He has also provided therapeutic services for professionals including administration and aviation, education, legal and law enforcement, medicine and mental health. Jonathan has a unique background in psychology, philosophy, and theology. This allows him to utilize resources and perspectives within and beyond traditional therapeutic approaches to help develop solutions that meet an individual’s or organization’s needs in progressive and practical ways. His specific training includes Attachment Theory, Gender Informed and Gender Responsive Trauma Care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavior Therapy, Harm Reduction Models, Motivational Interviewing and Motivational Enhancement models, Rational Emotive Therapy, and Somatic Experience Therapy (which includes the CAR Model of Trauma).

Jonathan has also trained with David D. Burns, MD in modalities such as Cognitive Therapy and Therapeutic Resistance and T.E.A.M. modality. Specific to addiction/recovery, and Terence Gorski in the CENAPS model of relapse prevention and recovery enhancement. He devoted much of his early career to working with teens and young adults, resulting in training in anger management, self-esteem and self-concept revision, and eating disorder recovery. The diverse experience in an array of care settings has provided experience, insight, and understanding that translates into client centered care informed by practical, evidenced based solutions.

Michael Dinneen LCSW, CSAT, CACIII

Senior Consultant

Michael is a certified addiction counselor supervisor level as well as master level social worker. He has over 25 years of experience in the addiction field and serves as an international trainer and mentor for substance abuse counselors. He also has presented at numerous conferences on specialized topics such as sex addiction, trauma to healthy attachment, and spiritual growth.

He earned his BA degree from Boston College in Education and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Certified Addiction Counselor supervisor-level (CAC III), Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist, and Certified Spiritual Director. He has extensive training in the CAR trauma resolution model as well as EFT Emotionally Focused Therapy.
He wrote The Gift of Fulfillment, a self-help book designed to show people how to improve their lives using spiritual principles.

In the past few years Michael has held positions as clinical director, executive director and VP of Business Development for in-patient and outpatient addiction treatment centers. He has received various acknowledgements in the behavioral health field such as Colorado Addiction counselor of the year.

Michael resides in Denver with his wife Jill and their two children Cadin and Samantha. His gifting’s are truly connecting with others through his own transparency. He is able to identify the talents of those around him and bring teams together through servant leadership.

Anthony Campobasso, LCSW, CADC

Senior Consultant

Anthony has worked in the mental health and addictions field for over 15 years serving as a clinician and administrator for Hazelden and other nationally recognized treatment providers. Anthony studied at Loyola University in Chicago and became licensed as a clinical social worker. Anthony has since expanded his knowledge by earning a certification as an interventionist and a certified alcohol and drug counselor.

In his leaderships roles, Anthony has been responsible for building treatment programs in several states from start-up to operational oversight. His focus in designing a treatment program is to create a vision of excellence that will uniquely and effectively help clients achieve long term recovery. Anthony’s program development style embodies a client-centered approach and a cohesive work culture for the treatment team. He believes strongly that the treatment experience is a vital opportunity for the recovering individual to educate their minds, activate their soul and energize their bodies. 

Anthony is a Chicago native and an outdoor enthusiast. Nature and actions sports such as rock climbing and kayaking are activities that he enjoys the most. When he can, Anthony volunteers his time at Gift of Hope in Illinois, which is a non-profit organization that supports organ and tissue donation. Although action sports and service to others brings a sense of thrill to his life, Anthony’s greatest joy is spending time with his wife and two young children.

Kyle Beard

Senior Consultant

Kyle Beard has spent a majority of his career in private equity and real estate investing for family offices, and has broad transactional and operational experience across the healthcare industry. Prior to C4 Consulting, Kyle served on investment teams in various roles at several Denver-based single and multi-family offices, including Cherry Creek Family Offices, The Broe Group, and Mantucket Capital. In these roles, Kyle managed the startup and expansion of several businesses (including healthcare) and funds, and to invest in, manage, and advise businesses in a variety of industries. Most recently, Kyle served as both the Principal at Impact Opportunities Fund, an opportunistic private equity fund, and Vice President at Cherry Creek Family Offices, a $1B multi‐family office serving ultra‐high net worth client families, where he invested and managed a portfolio of direct private equity and real estate investments, valued in excess of $100 million. Kyle has a passion for service and has focused his career within the behavioral healthcare industry for the last year, supporting the startup and expansion of great businesses. Kyle earned degrees in Economics and Psychology at the University of Colorado, and a MBA at the University of Denver.

Scott Migdole, MSW, LCSW, ACSW

Senior Consultant

Mr. Migdole is the Chief Operating Officer of Yale Behavioral Health and the Yale Program on Supervision and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine. His responsibilities include outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, management of juvenile justice mental health services for pre-adjudicated youth and crisis services. He also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Crossroads, Inc., a 155-bed primary addiction residential treatment center in New Haven, Connecticut.

He holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Simmons College in Boston, MA and completed a Post-MSW Fellowship at the Yale Psychiatric Institute in co-occurring care. He has long focused on the development of the behavioral health workforce, including documentation, treatment planning, stages of change, standards of care, and compliance, including Medicaid and other third party payers.

He serves on the editorial board of the Clinical Supervisor, and has provided extensive training and organizational consultation in supervision, including to the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, District of Columbia’s Department of Mental Health and the Arizona Department of Child Safety. He has collaborated on various publications including “Mental Health in Juvenile Detention Facilities: A Review” in The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, “Exploring New Frontiers: Recovery Oriented Peer Support Programming in a Psychiatric Emergency Department”, in the Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and “Workforce Development and Mental Health Transformation: A State Perspective in The Community Mental Health Journal.

Robert Ryberg, MBA, CADC-II

Senior Consultant

Robert has been intimately involved with the financial and operational management of Behavioral Healthcare and Addiction Treatment facilties since early 2006. Before joining C4 Consulting, Robert had worked on national initiatives to assist in the delivery of quality outcomes-driven addiction treatment. He has held a variety of clinical and executive management roles including Utah’s 4th District Juvenile Court, McHenry County Substance Abuse Coalition, Cirque Lodge, Employee Health Consultants, Northwest Community Counseling, and C4 Recovery Solutions.

Robert holds a BS from Utah Valley University, as well as an MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Healthcare Management from The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. He is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC-II), and has lead in the development, start-up, and expansion of many Behavioral Health firms. Robert is active within the Southern Arizona investment community, and works alongside the Desert Angels. He also sits on the board of directors for Recovering Communities of Step Ahead (RCOSA), C4 Recovery Solutions, and enjoys working with various community and mental health programs in Illinois and Arizona.

Ryan Rohde

Senior Consultant

Ryan has extensive knowledge of the outpatient behavioral healthcare industry and has been directly involved from the beginning stages with the development and operation of numerous outpatient behavioral health clinics.  His involvement ranges from direct management and operations consulting, to culture and IT consulting and growth.

Ryan has a heavy emphasis on clinic development, culture development, organizational structuring, and navigating the buying and selling end of organizations.  Many clinic owners end up being both a clinician, and an active executive director within their organization, which can lead to untapped client and service markets, challenges to program creation and give the owner an unclear path to succession or retirement.  Ryan works diligently to provide pragmatically crafted solutions in these areas, while ensuring the culture within the organization is unparalleled.  Ryan brings an understanding that there is no polarity when it comes to business operations and people as service providers, and that focusing on the people in an organization and the measurable goals are what lead to true growth and sustainability.

Prior to joining our team, Ryan was the Director of Business Development for Sherman Counseling Management, a private practice behavioral health clinic.  Ryan was intimately involved in growth, sale, acquisition, and culture development of several clinics in the Midwest ranging from independent practices to mid-sized organizations of 50+ clinical staff.

Leah Briick

Senior Consultant

Leah M. Briick has been in the addiction treatment industry since 1986. The foundation of her experience is in operations management and licensure. Ms. Briick’s years of experience represent a full range of knowledge and skills from admissions to marketing, operations and facility administration. In her career, Mrs. Briick has worked for numerous treatment facilities. It is through that work that she gained the invaluable experience she uses today to assist her clients. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona and a Master in Business Administration with a specialty in marketing. Currently Ms. Briick is in the dissertation phase for a PhD in Healthcare Administration.

Chris Simon

Senior Consultant

Chris Simon is an entrepreneur with diverse business experience in the mental health industry since 2009. He holds an MA in Clinical Mental Health, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Supervisor (CSAT-S). Chris founded and operated a sex addiction outpatient treatment program, Restorations Therapy Center, in Denver, CO which sold in 2017. Chris currently works as a business coach with executives throughout the country to help overcome issues in the workplace and their personal lives. He also co-owns Family Recovery Programs, which facilitates family weekend programming for inpatient addiction treatment centers throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

Chris has a tremendous passion for creating comprehensive curricula and efficient operations with programs that are relevant for today’s concerns. Chris collaborates closely with clients to produce detailed and efficient outcomes, from project management through policy planning and program development to service delivery. Outside of his many ventures, Chris enjoys craftsmanship in his woodshop, designing furniture and other decorative pieces. He also enjoys spending time exploring with his wife, Kevie, and infant son, Judah.

Ian Gershman

Senior Consultant

Ian Gershman has over 25 years of experience in the behavioral health treatment field. He has worked in every possible milieu from long term residential treatment to hospital based detox to safer dancing for ecstasy users and needle exchange initiatives. With experience, nationally and internationally (9 years working in the United Kingdom and two training stints with substance abuse and mental health professionals in Africa) Ian brings a strong world view in his approach to serving clients. With an MBA, an MA in Education and Counseling, a CADC and a Licentate Diploma in Acupuncture, as well as being certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) he seeks always to create dynamic cohesive collaborative organizational systems and mentor and encourage individual capacities in staff to provide an elegant and innovative treatment experience for clients. In his own words, his goal for making treatment services excellent is “we deal with the clients in front of us, no matter what issues they bring into treatment, and our objective should always be to remove barriers, create access, encourage growth and recognize that resistance is an interpersonal dynamic – not necessarily a characteristic of the persons we serve. Given the right tools and the ability to use them the persons we serve can do amazing things”.