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Located in the Washington DC Metro Area

"The selection of the program at Tranquility Woods was the best decision that we have ever made."

The Tranquility Woods Clinical Team

Individual, one-on-one therapy is the cornerstone of the Tranquility Woods program. Our individual program is unparalleled in the recovery community. Every patient has an individual treatment plan based on clinical findings, aftercare needs, and demographic information. Clients can benefit from a minimum of 5 to 7 hours of one on one individual therapy sessions weekly. Group therapy is dynamic and fluid, and occasionally, we invite experts in addiction and behavioral health to come in and lead groups.

John Dombrowski, MD

Medical Director, Tranquility Woods

John Dombrowski, Medical Director At Tranquility Woods

A frequent speaker on pain care issues, Dr. Dombrowski began his career by getting a medical degree from Georgetown University and receiving residency training from Yale University in internal medicine and anesthesiology. He later became board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine and is a licensed acupuncturist as well.
Dr. Dombrowski is the Medical Director of the Anesthesiologist Assistant Program and Clinical Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University, in Washington, DC as well as Clinical Associate of Georgetown University Medical School. He is also past president of the District of Columbia Society of Anesthesiologists and on the Board of Directors at the American Society of Anesthesiologists. His comments have appeared in the Washington Times and other publications, and he has often been interviewed on local television and radio programs. He also has made several appearances on NBC’s Today Show, CNN, Good Morning American and Dr. Drew show discussing the safety of pain-control medications and integrated approaches for treating pain.
Learn More please visit: http://www.dcpaindoc.com/doctors/dr-john-dombrowski/

Post Graduate Education
University of California
Medical Acupuncture
Los Angeles, CA

Yale – New Haven Hospital
New Haven, CT

Yale University, St. Mary’s Hospital, Waterbury Hospital
Internal Medicine
Waterbury, CT

Medical School
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Washington, DC

Graduate School
Georgetown University
Master of Science, Physiology
Washington, DC

Undergraduate School
University of Richmond
Bachelor of Science, Biology, Minor in Chemistry, Cum Laude
Richmond, VA

Luke Deboy MSW, LCSW


Luke Deboy, Addiction Services Director At Tranquility Woods

Luke DeBoy’s career as a counselor is deeply rooted in a passion for addictions medicine. From his own experiences to his impressive career in the treatment of co-occurring disorders, Luke is dedicated to a mission of recovery. He first began in addictions treatment while studying at Salisbury University as an undergraduate. During his time there Luke designed and implemented a substance abuse education and referral program for the student athletics department. His experiences there opened his eyes to the importance of education and person-centered treatment modalities for recovery. After completing his undergraduate studies he chose to advance his knowledge through a Certification in Addictions Counseling in 2010. Once his certification was completed, Luke began a master’s program in social work at the University of Maryland Baltimore, undertaking graduate level course work and rigorous field placements and graduated in 2013.



Regina Warren, Mental Health Director At Tranquility Woods

Regina is a licensed psychotherapist (LCPC) and an Auricular Detoxification Specialist (ADS) in the state of Maryland. She has worked extensively with a wide range of individuals, couples, and groups in the Annapolis area for 30 years. In private practice she specializes in trauma, work performance, mood disturbance, and couples therapy.

She has been trained in many therapeutic techniques including; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Adlerian Counseling, Eye Movement Integration (EMI), and Auricular Detoxification.

Along her career path Regina has worked in the following settings; hospital based detox unit, psychiatric unit, several inpatient chemical dependency rehabilitation facilities, and outpatient treatment for co-occurring disorders. In a supervisory capacity she has worked in; psychiatric partial hospitalization program, community based psychiatric housing, and inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. Other work history includes critical incident debriefing.

During 8 years working as an adjunct professor at AACC Regina taught the following courses; Positive Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Child Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, and Introduction to Psychology. She developed and implemented the first Positive Psychology course at Anne Arundel Community College.

Regina has conducted workshops/seminars on; PTSD, Positive Psychology, the effects of substance abuse on families, and professional patient sensitivity in hospital settings.

Volunteer work has included the following organizations:

  • Second Chance Ministry - community outreach and group treatment
  • Give-An-Hour - Pro bono therapy for veterans and their families/friends
  • Maryland Pro Bono project - Pro bono therapy



Steve Trzcinski, Addiction Counselor At Tranquility Woods

Steve was born in England but calls Texas home. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1987, and his 26-year career included duty in Norfolk, Seattle, San Diego, Guam, Japan, the
Philippines, Italy, England, Africa, and Eastern Europe. His functions in the Navy included serving as a Navy Drug and Alcohol Programs Advisor. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant
Commander, and following his last tour of duty at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, he completed his studies in addictions counseling at Anne Arundel Community College. He worked at Pathways Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center in Annapolis from 2013 to 2016. He has been at Tranquility Woods since May of 2016. Steve uses Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address addiction issues. He is also very familiar with 12-step programs and believes in their use to achieve long term recovery.



Traci Brautigan, Addiction & Mental Health Counselor At Tranquility Woods

Traci is a Licensed Addictions Specialist (CSD-AD) and a Certified Co-Occurring Mental Health Counselor (CCDP) in the state of Maryland. Traci graduated with Distinguished Honors from Grand Canyon University, with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Addictions Counseling, With Emphasis in Professional Mental Health Advising. Traci has worked in the mental health/substance abuse field for ten years, in Maryland.

Traci is known for a warm, relaxed, and comfortable approach to counseling. Traci is a client centered counselor which means that she utilizes a variety of orientations and therapies, according to the individual needs of the client. Traci's approach involves genuine caring, acceptance, and non-judgment. Traci works with clients from a strength-based, positive, and affirming perspective. Traci treats with a broad range of issues, including relapse prevention, coping skills, unresolved emotional issues, self-esteem/self-empowerment, family counseling concerns, individual counseling for personal and emotional growth, creating more meaning and purpose, in one's life and multiple other issues.

Traci is currently enrolled in her Master's program at UMB and will obtain her masters in social work in 2018. Traci also notes that "I consider it to be such a privilege to be able to work with clients at the most difficult times in their lives, and to travel the journey with them through sobriety, healing, change, and self-awareness."

George Forsythe CSC-AD


George Forsythe, Addiction Counselor At Tranquility Woods

George a CSC-AD behavioral health counselor. He has worked in the field for four years and has experience in individual, group therapy, and educational sessions. He has completed Catholic Charities Substance Abuse Program and worked in residential and outpatient clinics in Baltimore Metropolitan area.

In his past life, George was a (25 years) Maryland State Trooper (Detective) serving in narcotics and specialized units as well as a hostage negotiator throughout Maryland.
Nothing brings George more joy than celebrating a life restored with those whom he has served. He has an eclectic approach to counseling, preferring to use CBT, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness tools. He uses a Christian and Spiritual Counseling approach for those who so desire.

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