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Connect with Clarity Family Consulting for expert guidance in substance use and mental health recovery. Our dedicated team offers tailored solutions for you and your loved ones. Reach out today to start your journey towards healing and hope.

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Aaron Casoli

Co-Founder and CEO

Aaron Casoli is the Co-Founder of Clarity Family Consulting, and has worked in the addiction recovery field since 2005. Working in a variety of roles throughout his career he started out as Director of Operations for a 100 bed extended care facility. Some of his responsibilities were to develop and maintain relationships with treatment providers, clients, families, and employee management. Aaron was presented with an opportunity to be the National Outreach Representative for a residential treatment center. While filling the role of National Outreach Representative he was able to expand his relationships with treatment providers throughout the country. Aaron has attended many conferences throughout the years to stay current on addiction issues, and continue building relationships. He visits treatment centers often to experience the treatment modality provided, which is extremely important to Aaron when working with families. He has extended his professional relationships to include individual therapists, lawyers and hospitals nationally. Aaron also attends Intervention trainings to broaden his education.

Aaron has always maintained the same intention over the years, which is to find the appropriate treatment and level of care for the best possible recovery outcome. In doing this, he helps many succeed in long-term recovery, and guides the family from chaos to recovery.

Aaron’s personal recovery journey began with an intervention in 2004. He then committed himself to 28 days of inpatient treatment, 4 months of extended care, and one year of sober living. He is invaluable due to his personal and professional experience combined. The willingness he expresses to help anyone in need is very unique, and makes him an instrumental asset in the recovery field.

Aaron and his wife Tara, live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with their Golden Retrievers. In his free time you can usually find him at the golf range, catching up on football, fishing and spending time with friends and family.

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Tara Milam Casoli - CPC, CAI

Co-Founder and COO

Tara brings a diverse skill set to the Clarity Family Consulting team. Since 2004 she has worked in numerous roles with various ages and populations. She started out as a CIT at an adolescent treatment center. Her personal recovery journey afforded her the opportunity to move to St. Paul, Minnesota where she operated women's and LGBTQ+ aftercare facilities for eight years. In this role, she worked directly with clients on life skills, goal setting, relapse prevention, crisis management, family communication, shame resiliency, Substance Use, Mental Health and Co-occurring Disorders.

Tara attended the University of Minnesota, and her focus was in psychology with a specialization in Addiction Counseling. She attended The Center for Coaching Certification, and became a Certified Professional Coach. Tara is also ARISE Trained in invitational interventions and case management through the ARISE Network.

Tara has experienced the detrimental side of addiction first-hand, and has been in long-term recovery since 2005. After many attempts at sobriety she finally committed and went to treatment again, and lived in sober living for a year. She expresses her gratitude for the opportunity to be able to give back to families in need because she understands their situation.

Tara lives with her husband, Aaron and their Golden Retrievers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She enjoys reading inspirational books, yoga, running, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

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Eric Jaeger, RAC

Clinical Case Manager, Transporter and Companion

Eric Jaeger is a Registered Addiction Counselor. He began working in the addiction field in 2009 and has held a variety of roles throughout the years. Before joining Clarity, he was the program director of a nationally recognized treatment facility working closely with clients and their families supporting them throughout the treatment process. As a case manager, Eric specializes in substance use and co-occurring disorders. Dealing with debt collectors, lawyers, court systems, insurance companies, educational institutes, medical offices, or various other state offices can be a challenge to anyone; this is particularly true of clients and their families early in the recovery process. Eric prides himself in addressing these issues and helps empower his clients to learn skills to handle these challenges independently, all the while maintaining their recovery efforts. Through his personal experience, Eric knows how addiction affects the entire family, and enjoys helping clients and their families receive the gifts of recovery.

Eric’s recovery began in the spring of 2008. After numerous attempts at treatment he began his long-term recovery at a halfway house in Louisiana and has remained clean and sober ever since.

He enjoys golfing, hiking, the outdoors and loves to keep busy. He currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife, daughter and two dogs.

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Lane Rust, LCDC

Clinical Case Manager, Companion and Transporter

Lane began working in substance use and mental health field in 2010. Lane’s passion for helping others who struggle with addiction is derived from his personal battle with substance abuse. Lane struggled to find meaning in his life when an injury ended his athletic career in 2004. He found purpose in his life once again after entering treatment for the last time in 2010. He believes his true purpose in life is to assist others who are broken and lost. To be able guide them and their families to a whole new way of life that is available for them, if they choose to pursue it. Lane believes that family involvement is a crucial component that is oftentimes overlooked, but plays an extremely vital role in the recovery process. He knows that the more educated and involved loved ones become the better the outcome is for the entire family system.

Lane is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. He has worked in direct care with clients and their families since he began his career at a nationally known and recognized treatment facility. Lane served as a counselor, Executive Director, and Director of alumni and family services at this facility. Lane spearheaded and oversaw the day-to-day operations at a young-adult, male treatment program in 2016. During this time, he learned a great deal about addiction, mental health, and different modalities of treatment.

Recovery has given Lane a life that he thought would not be possible during the dark days he experienced while in active addiction. He resides in Salt Lake City, UT with his wife Blake and their two beautiful daughters. Lane enjoys golf, slow-pitch softball, and traveling with his family.

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Aaron Postil - CADC-II, IS, ICADC, CPC, NCAC-I

Interventionist and Clinical Case Manager

Aaron is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Certified Professional Coach, and a National Certified Addictions Counselor with a specialization in intervention and case management.

Aaron has worked in the behavioral health field since 2011. He began his career as a driver for a treatment center. Through the start of his career he found joy in connecting with others. He was promoted to detox coordinator specializing in mental health and substance use disorders. He chose to further his education to become a counselor and sought out opportunities to make a larger impact in the lives of others. During that time he founded a nationally recognized company that specializes in intervention and case management. He later sold this company and moved to Baton Rouge.

He spent the first fifteen years of his professional career in the music industry. The culture of the music industry exacerbated his use of drugs and alcohol which progressed into full blown addiction. He eventually lost his career and almost lost his life. At this time, his family hired a world-renowned interventionist. The interventionist educated his family in a way that helped them realize how they unwittingly participated in the cycle of his addiction. Out of fear and desperation, what they thought were acts of love and support were actually enabling the progression of his addiction. Aaron’s family needed to face some hard truths and learn to set boundaries if he was going to recover. Ultimately, this was life changing for Aaron. The interventionist is now Aaron’s mentor and friend.

Aaron currently resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his wife and three boxers. He enjoys playing golf, traveling, attending sporting events, and spending time with family.

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Will Hudson

Family Services Consultant

Will joins Clarity with experience in guiding families and their loved ones in recovery from substance use and mental health disorders since 2000. His professional experience includes executing workshops on spirituality, 12 Step education, recovery, substance use disorders and couples communication. He also facilitates group sessions, and one-one-one sessions with clients and families.

He attended the University of Georgia in 1984 and after 2 years returned home to South Carolina to join his sister in the travel business. Shortly thereafter he began escorting anglers on trips, seeking large saltwater fish on the fly rod. His recovery journey brought him to Minnesota and has since received a BS degree in Addiction Studies from Metro State.

Will had an abrupt awakening in his life that brought him to Minnesota. He has been in recovery since 1997, and is willing to share his experience with anyone.

Will has five daughters, and enjoys spending time with each of them. He enjoys fishing and playing with their Alaskan Malamutes, Sapphire and Tilly.

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Claire Fierman, LPC

Clinical Case Manager

Claire earned her Undergraduate degree in Psychology and a master’s in education with a focus on Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Montevallo. After completing her master’s she worked in both residential and professional programs while also engaging in a successful private practice.   She brings an extensive and profound knowledge of deep individual and family work, using her talents as a well-seasoned clinician using various modalities and experiences to enhance each client’s therapeutic journey. She brings a broad range of past experiences including her work as Clinical Director, Director of Business Development, and has shared her gifts with programs throughout the country by facilitating training and supervision for other clinicians desiring to grow in their professional development.

Claire excels in using experiential therapies in order to promote an optimal treatment experience. She has committed her clinical practice to create a safe environment for all clients on their healing journey. She believes that “showing”, and not just telling one’s story provides a more profound opportunity for growth and recovery. She strives to focus on finding the humanity in each soul that walks in our doors and aims to engage each with compassionate curiosity through a lens of truth without judgment.

Claire is the first to share that her clinical expertise stems from her own personal therapeutic work. She remains committed to do her own deep dive into her personal work in order to not only better her own life experience but to ensure her connection to clients in a uniquely authentic way. She enjoys speaking and can be found presenting at conferences, a guest on podcasts and featured in blogs and magazines such as Good Grit.

Claire lives in Birmingham, AL with her 2 kids, and enjoys playing the ekulele, spending time in her garden and is a super baker of southern pies.

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Alison Watros, LCDC-I

Case Manager, Companion and Transporter

Alison Watros, with over 20 years of experience in behavioral health, began her career in youth intervention in Jackson, Mississippi, and later contributed significantly to the Dallas Council on Alcohol and Drugs. She co-founded the Texas Alliance for Drug Endangered Children and the Dallas Area Drug Prevention Partnership. Alison's passion led her to establish Windhaven House and Windhaven Counseling Center, which were acquired by a behavioral healthcare company in 2019. Following this, she played a pivotal role in opening a state-of-the-art detox facility in Frisco, Texas.

Her personal journey in overcoming addiction began in October 2000, leading her to long-term treatment and sober living. Alison's dedication to assisting families and individuals in recovery reflects in her work, where she values witnessing transformation within family systems. As a Certified Case Manager and Interventionist (CCMI) and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern (LCDC-I), Alison's blend of personal and professional experiences makes her a key asset to Clarity Family Consulting and the broader field of behavioral health. Outside of work, she serves on the Nexus Recovery Center for Women's Board of Directors, enjoys watching her daughter play soccer, and spends time with her two Golden Doodles and playing pickleball.

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John Campbell


Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, John struggled with drug and alcohol addiction at an early age. He is proud to say that through the process of attending the appropriate treatment center and residing in sober living, he has maintained sobriety since 2008. John’s caring and compassionate nature lead him to seek a career in a helping profession, so he accepted a position as overnight technician at a treatment center in 2009. This launched him into an academic and career path focused on helping those and their families impacted with addiction, mental health issues and codependency.

John completed his Bachelor of Arts degree from Southeastern Louisiana University followed by his Master of Science degree in Social Work at Louisiana State University. His credentials are as follows, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified in Brainspotting, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Candidate, Trained in Psychodrama by Onsite Workshops, Level 1 and 2 training in Gottman Method Couples therapy, Couples and Addiction Recovery Training by the Gottman Institute, Treating Affairs and Trauma by the Gottman Institute and Nationally Certified Intervention Professional.

John previously served as Clinical Director for ten years at a nationally known extended care and has previous experience as a Social Work Case Manager at St. Clare Psychiatric Hospital. John joined the ownership team and founded a premiere men’s residential treatment center in 2017. During his time as owner and CEO, he had the privilege of connecting with like-minded professionals and treatment facilities across the country. While working in these various roles, John gained extensive knowledge and experience working with individuals and families battling addiction, mental health and many other pervasive issues within families.

John currently resides in Dallas with his wife and two dogs. He enjoys rooting for his two favorite football teams, the LSU Tigers and Dallas Cowboys. John also loves working out, lifting weights, and can often be found on a golf course.

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Anna Stumbo

Case Manager, Transporter and Companion

Anna Stumbo is a powerful woman of recovery who brings a unique knowledge and a wealth of personal experience into the field of behavioral health and addiction treatment. Anna became a professional in the industry in 2012 with an intensive detoxification and residential treatment center treating those who suffer with addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Anna climbed the ranks of responsibility quickly as she was recognized by the administration to have a strong ability to lead and manage crisis. She remained there for approximately three years and during that time she assumed multiple roles, one of the most influential as a primary counselor. In this role she worked with 8-10 clients and their loved ones while they began the process of healing from the destruction of addiction and untreated mental health issues. Anna attended various trainings and continued education to provide the best care to her clients and their loved ones. Anna inspired many along the way to alter their destiny by choosing the road of recovery versus the dimly lit path of active addiction.

In 2015, because of Anna's longing to ignite a fire for recovery in young adults, she joined a gender specific women’s residential treatment center as a Community Representative. Anna's passion for helping young adults shined through as she guided families and their loved ones to the appropriate help they needed. To do this it required her to successfully coordinate with other professionals, families and the potential clients to develop the most effective plan of action for each case she was a part of. While in this role Anna attended national conferences on behavioral health and was able to continue her education on how to best serve her clients.

Anna’s recovery journey started in 2010 when she completed a four month long residential treatment program. Upon her completion she returned to Atlanta, Georgia to continue her path of long-term recovery. The knowledge she carries because of her personal experience makes her an extremely powerful ally as she helps guide, coordinate and follow up on those she serves.

Anna and her husband Todd reside in Canton, Georgia with her two stepdaughters and three dogs. In Anna’s free time you will find her spending time on the lake with her family and friends, working out, or traveling.

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Tyler Heinz Amborn

Family Services Consultant, Transporter and Companion

Tyler has been working in the addiction recovery field since 2007. He has a combined 7 years of experience between two facilities, as a manager of sober living homes, managing between 2-5 houses at a time over the course of his tenure. He also served as the Program Director of a 100-bed extended care facility. Tyler has been active as a therapeutic transporter since 2008 and a companion since 2015. Along with his professional work Tyler volunteers with different organizations as a youth mentor, working with high school aged kids since 2006.

Tyler’s personal recovery journey began in the summer of 2004 when his childhood best friend who had been in recovery for over a year found him and shared his message of hope. Tyler has remained sober and active in his own personal recovery program ever since, as well as being an involved member of the recovery communities in Saint Paul and Minneapolis, MN. That meeting with his friend served as the inspiration for Tyler’s work in the field, as he has dedicated himself to offering as much of his time as possible to people, in a one on one setting, at the very beginning of their recovery journey.

Tyler lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his wife and two sons. He enjoys taking his sons to the park and out for ice cream, camping and hiking with his wife. Tyler is a passionate fan of the University of Minnesota and USA wrestling teams.

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