Lisa Lunsford, BSW, CACII, CAMS, CRPS
Founder and Executive Director
Imagine Women’s Recovery, LLC
Lisa Lunsford has worked in the substance abuse field since 1990. In long-term recovery herself, Lisa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and is a Nationally Certified Addiction Counselor II through the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors. She is a Certified Anger Management Specialist and Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist, has served on a multitude of Boards, and has received many accolades and awards for her dedication and achievements in the recovery community.
Lisa helped found one of the first residential substance abuse adolescent programs in the Southeast in 1990. Subsequently, in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, she moved to San Francisco to serve as Executive Director of a non-profit organization serving that particular population. After her return to Atlanta, she served as Program Director of Safety Net Recovery Women’s Program from 2015-2019. In 2019, she purchased the women’s program and founded Imagine Women’s Recovery, a recovery residence/sober living community in the metro Atlanta area.
Lisa has built a strong reputation in the recovery community with her “no- nonsense” approach to recovery and has been quoted as saying “we must tell the truth as this is a matter of life or death, we don’t have time to play games with people’s lives.”
Ausrine “Ocean” Nevins, BA
Ausrine Nevins, affectionately known around Imagine Women’s Recovery as “Ocean”, is originally from Lithuania but grew up in Marietta, GA. She has worn many hats in her life and finds the most gratifying work is helping and teaching others. She graduated in 2008 from Oglethorpe University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and French and is a Certified TESOL/TEFL teacher.
In a way, the field of addiction recovery chose Ausrine. Through her own lived experience with the disease of addiction, she came to know how life-threatening and painful it is without help. She wants to shed light on the disease of addiction, removing the stigma and shame that surrounds it. As a former client of Imagine Women’s Recovery, formerly Safety Net Recovery Women’s Program, Ausrine knows that a sober living program which provides a supportive community emphasizing structure and accountability is fundamental in increasing the chances for successful long-term recovery.
Ausrine is currently pursuing her certification for Addiction Counseling and a Masters in Clinical Social Work. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends (and their pets) and loves road trips, trying new recipes, crosswords, and being in nature.
Ansley Campbell, MA, LMFT
Ansley serves as Clinical Director at The Summit Wellness Group and is a part of Attento private practice. She has worked in the field of addiction treatment with adults for the past seven years in Residential, PHP and IOP levels of care. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Ansley finds passion in helping family systems find support and move through the process of recovery. She specializes in treating addiction, trauma and the LGBTQ population.
Ansley received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Appalachian State University and Bachelors in Psychology at Georgia College and State University.
Kara Morrissey, MS, ATR
Kara is a registered Art Therapist and the founder of C’Mere, an Art Therapy studio in West Midtown. C’Mere is built with the intention of aiding in gaining insight, refining focus, and developing mental agility in order to mindfully and efficiently navigate the ever-changing landscape of your life.
Kara’s studio is an inclusive safe space that encourages self-expression. She has an approach and belief that every individual is worthy and invaluable— not in spite of different backgrounds and identities, but because of them.
Kara is a graduate of The University of Georgia and Florida State University whose work has been primarily in collaboration with adult clients experiencing persistent mental health diagnoses, compound trauma, high risk behavior, and substance abuse.