Philip Enders – Client Care Coordinator

Philip Enders is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He attended Central Dauphin High School where he was a part of his school’s soccer and swimming team before graduating in 2005. Growing up, Philip was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church in Harrisburg. After high school, Philip attended High Point University from 2005 to 2008 and was a member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity and served as the chaplain. While attending High Point, Philip was involved in multiple philanthropy fundraisers for the March of Dimes. He has been working in the addiction treatment field for over six years and has held the titles of behavioral health technician, clinical liaison, and primary counselor. He currently serves as a client care coordinator for New Perspectives. In August of 2016, he obtained his certification as a certified addiction counselor. During this time, he attended the Academy for Addiction Professionals in Delray Beach, Florida. He is currently a student at Palm Beach State College and is working towards his bachelor’s degree. In his free time, Philip enjoys watching football and painting.



Alyssa Harbina
Content Writer

Alyssa has been working in the addiction treatment field for three years, and has worked with Delphi Behavioral Health for a year and a half. Throughout most of her life, she’s dabbled in creative writing. Now she’s able to combine her passion for writing with her desire to help addicts and alcoholics struggling with the disease of addiction.

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