About the Diamond Williamsburg IOP at the Farley Center
The Farley Williamsburg IOP is a six-week program for people with addiction. Its four-day-a-week structure provides addiction education and counseling components while encouraging clients to apply the recovery skills to their daily lives as productive members of their community. This supportive IOP can serve in a continuum of care following a residential treatment program or as appropriate initial therapy based on criteria set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
The IOP runs evenings, from six to nine o’clock, and allows patients to continue working, maintain their current living situation, and improve their relationships, all while receiving services right in their community.
Diamond Williamsburg IOP Counselor
ReBecca Cornell, LSATP
ReBecca J Cornell has worked in the Behavioral Health field for more than 30 years. She holds licensures in Virginia as well as Kentucky. These licensures in Virginia are: Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. The licenses she holds in Kentucky are: Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Clinical Services Supervisor, as well as National Gem Trainer and Certified Alzheimer’s Virtual Reality Trainer. She also holds certifications of Certified Forensic Addiction Examiner and Certified Criminal Justice Addiction Specialist with National Association for Forensic Counselors. ReBecca has worked in both sectors of mental health and substance abuse in Law Enforcement arena and Treatment aspect of this societal issue. She has also taught at the College level: Criminology, Police Science, Sociology and Social Work for 14 years in Kentucky and Virginia. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing Therapy and integrating 12-Step Recovery into addiction treatment.
A native of West Virginia, ReBecca attended Marshall University for her undergraduate studies in Corrections. She also completed her Masters of Arts in Sociology- Criminology emphasis at Morehead State University, KY and completed post graduate hours in MSW program at University of Kentucky. She most recently re-located to Virginia to retire, but again finds herself returning to the addiction field to further assist the addiction population.