Kayla Briers, LMFT
Regional Director of Assessments and Referrals
Providing a positive experience leading to recovery is Kayla’s passion. Kayla comprehends the enormous courage it requires to seek treatment options, genuinely cares, and treats everyone with the respect they deserve.
Kayla started her career as a marriage and family therapist in California. She relocated to Las Vegas in 2012 to start her career as an emergency care evaluator in the field of insurance and psychiatric treatment. Through her years of experience, Kayla realized the need for quality treatment options with substance use and dual diagnosis programs. Kayla’s knowledge and experience make her a value asset to Vogue Recovery Center.
Director of Nursing
Theresa believes that being a Director of Nursing means that she enforces the policy and procedures that the company has put forth. She believes that nurses are advocates for their patients and that every nurse should render good quality patient care in a non-judgmental way. Through her work Theresa wants to bring about awareness that addiction is not a choice but a disease and should be treated as such. Theresa has recently begun to teach staff, patients, and their families about the use of Narcan. She started doing this about a year ago through personal appearances and an active participant in overdose awareness week in Las Vegas, NV. She has seen many of her friends and family fall victim to this disease and has decided to dedicate her life to helping others heal. Theresa works along with her husband at their local church doing a health fair every year for the last three years to bring awareness to the community about preventative measures in healthcare. The fair includes free blood pressure and glucose readings with healthy life style changes. Theresa holds an Associate degree in nursing from College of Southern Nevada, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Aspen University, and pursing her Master’s degree in Leadership and Management in Nursing at Aspen university. She has over 15 years nursing experience both in hospital and rehab settings. She has been a Director of Nursing for over ten years both in hospice and addiction.
Connie is dedicated to this field because it hits very close to home for her. She lost a father to cirrhosis and her mother has battled alcoholism all her life. Connie’s grandparents on both sides suffered alcoholism along with other MH disorders. Understanding this disease has driven her to truly want to help those who suffer from addictions and other mental illnesses. As a nurse manager, she aims to lead her team by setting example to work tirelessly to provide the best therapeutic patient care. With over 10 years of experience working with adolescents and adults suffering from addiction and mental illness Connie strives to always stay updated on all aspects of addiction recovery.