Morgane has seen her share of addiction. She overcame multiple habits such as alcohol disorder not wanting to out with her addictions in her home country, she sought help in south African rehabilitation clinics. Today it's her mission to help people with addiction around the globe apart from being a trainer, she's currently studying psychology at the University of Cape Town and have degrees in Business Finance and Sciences & Economics.
Chief Operations Officer
Vincent is a recovering addict who has overcome substance abuse and left behind a life of misery and dysfunction, then leaped into a life of recovery and abundance. Now he looks to share his new outlook on life in the world and assist in reintegrating suffering addicts/alcoholics into a new way of life. Being in recovery has given Vicent a second chance at life and he is not taking it for granted.
After being inactive drug for more than 15 years of my life. The pain and desperation brought me to realize that I couldn't keep on using my drugs of choice and alcohol. Finally, I surrendered at the age of 31. After coming clean I have worked at various corporate companies and realized my true passion was to help other addicts in their recovery. I see my job as my purpose in life because I can relate to most of the addicts about their struggles. This is the therapeutic value of the 12 step program where one addict helps the other. I have a sponsor and sponsees and I am accountable for both ends of the spectrum. Service is what gives me the motivational stay clean just for today.
Leonoard holds an undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Malawi and a master's degree in Health Science from the University of Pune, India. He Strongly believes that health is not only a mere absence of deformity or 'physical' disease but also a complete state of mental well-being. He has previously worked in Human Nutrition research quantitative and qualitative methods. through qualitative research, he has developed skills in Interacting with people with different health complexities, including addictions through team action his work has been about promoting good health and overall well-being. He considers the process of recovery as being multifaceted, requiring plans that address the psychological, medical, nutrition and interpersonal needs of individual clients. Leonoard is happy to work at liberty directly and be of service in helping peers overcoming addiction. He believes the experience will also help him to garner and supplement his perspective on addiction as a health issue. Leonard is caring, dedicated and passionate individual who brings synergy to a team effort.
Head Counsellor (Addiction specialist).
Ruby Weber has worked in the addictions field for the past 20years. she holder both undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in Psychology and a Master's degree in Criminology, Law, and Society, with these degrees being conferred by Wits University, The University of Cape Town(UCT) respectively. In addition, she was trained by the founder and team of Sprit2Sprit Trauma Healing (based in Florida, USA). She brings a depth and diversity of both theoretical knowledge along with practical implementation skills related to individual and group healing; that meet at the intersection of Trauma and addiction. Ruby has held both operational and clinical positions at in-patient and out-patient treatment settings in both Johannesburg and Cape Town. She is passionate about facilitating personal growth through the application of recovery-based skills-sets to counter 'old', self-defeating way of thinking, feeling and behaving in the world.
After being in active drug for more than 27 years of my life. the pain and trauma brought me to realize that I couldn't keep on fighting my various drugs of choice. I finally surrendered at the age of 42. I see myself as someone who stays very close to my illness. Since coming clean, I have worked in treatment centers as an RA. I see my job as a calling because I can relate to most the addicts about their struggles This is the Therapeutic help of the 12step program where one addict helps the other. I also see myself as a Late Bloomer by starting to study for a social worker as a full-time student at the University in BSW. I'm grateful for the opportunity to be on board at Liberty home. my motto in life is "I'm here to help".
Frad is our resident house-keeper. He fixes anything, makes beds, cleans, carries the guest's bags, does the guest's laundry and offers support - always with a ready smile and willingness to help in any way he can. He has a lovely disposition that fits in perfectly with the energy we have in the house, and we are lucky to have him as part of the team.