Stuart Azoulay, BA, MA, LMFT, MCAP

Clinical Director

Stuart has his Masters in Marriage & Family Therapy and is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, a Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) and has is a Masters Certified Addiction Professional. He connects with clients by listening to and exploring their unique situations without judgment. He takes into account each individuals perspectives. Stuart is eclectic in his approach and believes that each client is unique and will respond to different therapeutic techniques. During his years as a therapist, Stuart has provided counseling to those struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, self-mutilation, ADHD, relationship difficulties, life transitions and family changes including divorce and death. These issues greatly affect people’s ability to thrive and he helps clients work through these challenges to make positive changes. Stuart specializes in working with substance abuse clients at the inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient levels of care. With all of his clients, he brings forth their strengths, increases their self-awareness and empowers them so that they are better able to make decisions that will positively shape their lives. He explores with them helpful ways of relating to challenges and offers constructive ways of dealing with them. Together with his clients, he discusses options and new possibilities for preferred ways of living to promote their continued success as they transition from struggling with addiction to striving in recovery.

Luciene Ehlert, LMHC, CAP, ICADC


Luciene Ehlert is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional and an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Lucy has experience working with a variety of populations with mental health and substance use disorders. Lucy will help you overcome stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship difficulties, trauma, low self-esteem, adjustment challenges, losses and grief. Her passion is to guide clients to become aware of the self-limiting belief systems that are preventing them from living happy, healthy and balanced lives and to inspire them to make positive changes. Lucy’s approach is strength-based, aimed at amplifying the natural resiliency in the people she works with. She works collaboratively with her clients to explore their strengths, which in turn will empower them to embrace their journey in recovery.  Lucy focuses on assisting clients in identifying the underlying issues that cause them to struggle with addiction and helping them to overcome these issues, while acquiring purposeful direction, motivation and development of their independence. Lucy recognizes that each person is unique and therefore requires an individualized relapse prevention strategy to achieve the best possible outcome.



B.A. Espirito Santo Federal University, Brazil, Psychology, 1990

M.Ed. Florida Atlantic University, Mental Health Counseling, 2010

Chris Penn


Intensive Outpatient Therapist

Chris is originally from Kentucky, where he graduated with a degree in Speech/Communication from Thomas More College. He developed his “people skills” as a restaurant owner/manager in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. In 2012 Chris became a Behavioral Health Technician in Fort Lauderdale. He has also served as a community coach, a BHT supervisor, and a liaison between clients and the clinical staff. In December, 2015, Chris achieved his certification as an addiction professional. Chris believes in helping clients to turn their obstacles into opportunities for success. He wants to assist clients to transition back into society one step at a time, rather than being overwhelmed. Chris helps clients develop new coping strategies to replace addictive thinking patterns during this transition. Chris has completed seven successful years of twelve step fellowship and looks forward to helping others on their journey of recovery.


B.A. Speech-Communications, A.A. Business/Management, Thomas More College, KY, 1996

CAP, Palm Beach County, FL, 2015

Dan Costroff

Operations Manager

Case Management

Clinical Outreach Specialist

In 2012, Dan began employment at Seastone Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center as a Behavioral Health Technician. He now works as the Operations Manager, Case Manager and Clinical Outreach Specialist.  He helps clients make smooth transitions into aftercare.

As a Clinical Outreach Specialist, Dan helps clients assess their overall mental status, helps them set short-term and long-term goals and connect them with the resources they need to successfully manage their conditions on their own.

Dan is originally from southern New Jersey and relocated to Florida to receive substance abuse treatment. Being a recovered alcoholic for almost 3 years now, Dan is able to relate to the clients and truly understands the struggles of early sobriety.

He is very passionate about this field in particular and enjoys being able to make a difference in each and every individuals’ life in some way, shape or form. Dan also enjoys fishing, going to the beach, physical activities, and helping others.

Paul Keller

Tech Supervisor

Paul joined the Seastone staff in early 2016 as a Behavioral Health Technician and has worked in recovery since 2014. Originally from northern New Jersey, Paul relocated to South Florida and received drug addiction treatment here in Delray Beach. With over three years of clean time Paul can relate to clients seeking recovery from drugs and alcohol and is very passionate about helping them achieve their goals of sobriety. As Tech Supervisor Paul oversees the daily operations at the Seastone residence building, and directs the tech staff to ensure the safety and comfort of the clients. Paul enjoys spending time with family and friends and some of his favorite hobbies include fishing,golfing, and cooking.

Faye Williams

Tech Supervisor For Women

Faye has been at Seastone since the Summer of 2016. Faye has had 20+ years of experience in the field of addiction. Faye provides assistance to the clinical, medical, and the executive team. Faye instills structure and guidance to daily routines of living to the clients. Faye provides stability of recovery along with a unique perception of this disease to our clients while encouraging them to take responsibility and to do the right thing. Faye has over 6 years clean and sober herself and was born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale. Faye has a tremendous passion for sobriety and to help others who are still suffering.