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Your Recovery Team - Ronald Dock - CAC, CIP, NCRC
Ronald Alvin Dock is a survivor. Born and raised in the borough of the Bronx in New York City, he is the survivor of triplets. His brothers became victims of substance abuse succumbing to drug addiction too early in their lives. But Dock, as he is commonly referred to by friends and colleagues, has fought to overcome his own addiction and homelessness achieving a successful career and freedom from active addiction.
With more than 21 years of personal recovery experience, Dock is a Certified Addiction Counselor by the Florida Certification Board, Certified Intervention Professional and a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach. He has served as an Intervention Coordinator for 15 for the New York Yankees. Dock is a honorably discharged Vietnam veteran who served in the United States Marine Corps.
Dock is trusted by high-profile athletes and entertainers for recovery support and case management for substance abuse and life management issues. Ron specializes in one-on-one counseling, personal empowerment and finding the resources necessary to meet the individual needs of each client.
In addition to his professional work, Dock is recognized in the community as an advocate for youth in the fight against substance abuse and has facilitated work groups and individual counseling sessions for various treatment facilities. He aims to empower youth and help them understand the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse and the potential adverse effects on their lives.
Dock has been featured on 60 Minutes, ABC Turning Point, and ABC Eyewitness News. He's also referenced in publications such as Heat, High and Tight by Bob Klapisch, Details, Recovery, and The New York Times Magazine. His speaking engagements include, the University of Alabama, Florida State University, University of South Florida, and the Juvenile Welfare Board with topics such as Youth and Substance, Athletes Playing Dirty and You Two Don't Belong on the Field.