A New Start, Inc. has an incredibly dedicated, multi-disciplinary team of clinically and medically trained professionals with vast knowledge and experience in the fields of drug and alcohol addiction. At A New Start, the staff at our addiction treatment center is what makes our facility truly unique. The dedication, passion, and experience that our patients receive from team members continues to go unmatched.
Our IOP facility has an on-site staff including clinical supervisors, therapists, nurse practitioners, medical directors, group facilitators, medical coordinators, transportation coordinators, and much more.
The staff’s diversity and passion provide an outstanding environment for addicts and alcoholics to recover from their illnesses and develop healthy behaviors, which will bring them happiness, success, and long term sobriety throughout their lives.
Our team provides support, strength and hope to our patients through their hard work. This creates an environment of high-quality care and encouragement for long-term sobriety. Each staff member at A New Start, Inc., plays an important role in our community, and we appreciate the hard work and passion that they contribute on a daily basis for our patients.
At A New Start, we have a unique, highly-trained staff specializing in an integrated, multidisciplinary module of treatment. Our staff are passionate about healing the broken, helping them recover from their illnesses and developing healthy behaviors. We believe addressing the whole person, mind, body and spirit is essential for long lasting wellness and recovery.
We strive to provide the highest quality of client care in the industry, and have proven to be one of the few premier addiction treatment centers in Palm Beach County.
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maintains a private psychiatry and psychotherapy practice in addition to her duties as
Medical Director of A New Start. Dr. Yetz is board certified in Psychiatry with a
subspecialty board certification in Addiction Psychiatry. She has served in a variety of
clinical settings, and administrative and supervisory roles since completing residency
training. She is a certified provider for the Florida Division of Workers' Compensation
and has been an expert medical advisor for the state of Florida. She is an authorized
prescriber for buprenorphine and the buprenorphine implant in the treatment of opioid
Dr. Yetz graduated from Vassar College, where she studied creative writing in addition
to her pre-med studies. She earned her medical degree from New York Medical
College in Valhalla, New York and completed her internship training at Univiersity of
Massachusettes Memorial Hospital and her Psychiatry residency training at the Mayo
Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and Boston University. Dr. Yetz is an Associate
Affiliate Professor of the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine of the Florida
In addition to her traditional practice, Dr. Yetz established an equine facilitated therapy
program for treating patients dealing with depression, anxiety, panic disorder,
posttraumatic stress disorder and addiction. She and two of her colleagues at the Harriett
Wilkes Honors College of FAU designed a study to examine the effectiveness of her
therapy method called Equine Partnering Naturally in the treatment of anxiety and
posttraumatic stress. The study, entitled, "“Equine-Assisted Therapy for Anxiety and
Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms” was published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress in
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She has been working as an RN for total of 25yrs.
She has always been a patient advocate and practice using a combination of science and art.
She believes, in substance abuse a non judgement approach is most effective, and she has made it her mission, as she strives to assist patients and their families on the road to Recovery.
"I enjoy coming to work everyday and impacting others. I strive to be compassionate, kind and understanding towards my peers. Recovery is a journey, there will be progress, mistakes, and failures, but keep coming back. It works if you work it"
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Sheila has worked in the “people” business for over 12 years. Sheila’s strong desire for helping individuals to the road to recovery is an everyday reward. She is a member of the national chapter of The Society for Human Resource Management.” I am exhilarated to work for such an amazing Intensive Outpatient Program, I go home daily conscious of that fact that we made a difference in someone’s life ”!
Sheila’s Favorite Quote:
She said, “I’ve learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I usually make the right decision. I’ve learned that even when I have pains, I don’t have to be one. I’ve learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug , or just a friendly pat on the back. I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn. I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will NEVER forget how you made them feel.
Bianca is well versed in conducting utilization review at all levels of care. Her journey began as a psychiatric clinic assistant in a local psychiatric hospital. She quickly moved in to Utilization Review where she engaged in treatment by coordinating care with staff, obtaining authorization for services, conducting live peer reviews and appeals, and chart appeals. Bianca works closely with various departments to ensure the client is obtaining optimal treatment to obtain maximum recovery potential.