Paul Lorona is a licensed behavioral medicine provider. He earned his bachelor’s in sociology and political science at the University of California at Riverside, and his master’s in counseling (MFT) at California State University, Long Beach. His previous experience includes working at a crisis residential facility for co-occurring disorders, serving as program director and clinician. He has also been the program director of outpatient services for dually diagnosed individuals and has provided intensive case management to adults, adolescents and children for over 10 years. During that same time frame Paul also worked with chronic pain patients that were involved in workman’s compensation cases. Most recently, Paul was the Clinical Director for Michael’s House. Paul is a firm believer in integrated treatment services. His goal is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment where patients can work toward recovery and self-sufficiency. He enjoys working with diverse populations and respects the process a patient takes in reaching their goals.