Medical Team

Dr. Endra Sookoor, M.D Medical Director
Endra Sookoor, M.D., Doctor of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, Medical Director

Dr. Sookoor completed 3 years of General Psychiatry residency at the University of South Florida and is currently Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry. He completed a 2-year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship through USF where he was Chief Resident during his second year of training. He then went on to complete a 1-year Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship through USF.

Jennifer Deak Director of Nursing
Jennifer Deak, RN

Jennifer is a native of Tampa, she has been working in Addiction Medicine and Behavioral Health for several years. Jennifer is dedicated to helping patients overcome the physical and psychological obstacles related to their addiction. Teaching patients and caregivers about the dangers of substance abuse and available treatments is her passion, she is also an active member of the International Nurses Society on Addiction (IntNSA), American Nurse Association (ANA) and Florida Nurse Association (FNA).

Lillian Tenebruso APRN
Lillian E Tenebruso, APRN, MSN from Gonzaga University

Practiced in Georgia - family practice and urgent care Practiced in FL- family practice and detox/addiction medicine

Jackie Ustache APRN
Jackie Ustache MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Jackie Ustache is a board certified nurse practitioner specializing in the treatment of depression, mood disorders, anxiety and addiction disorders. She graduated from Florida International University where she received her masters of science in nursing in 2016 with a focus in psychiatric. She has been working for over 15 years as a Pschy nurse in Miami and the surrounding areas.

Jane Dawson APRN
Jane Dawson, APRN, MSN

Jane Dawson is from Maryville University, St Louis, MO. Currently working on her Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Twenty plus years of nursing experience. Passion for prevention and life style changes. Specializing in the treatment of addiction.

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