History

Dr. Irene S. Vogel founded Executive Addictive Disease Programs in 1993 to help high-functioning individuals suffering from addiction. As Director of the Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program for the U.S. Army at Walter Reed Medical Center, Dr. Vogel helped members of Congress, federal agencies, and the armed forces continue to work while receiving treatment.

Dr. Vogel created a private practice that employed individual and group counseling to provide addiction and dual diagnosis treatment. Her professional success and innovative techniques helped her to become a national authority featured in professional magazines and on the Oprah Show.

Soon after founding EADP, Dr. Vogel brought in Dan Kelleher, a respected drug and alcohol counselor, who became the director and opened the sober living residences. In 2005 Melissa Gragert became the clinical director. She expanded many existing programs and started others, most notably the College Preparedness & Failure to Launch Program. In 2015 Melissa became president of EADP. Dan Kelleher retired in 2017, and Jason Vogel, MA, became CEO while Melissa continued as President and Clinical Director.

In 2018 EADP was renamed Tenley Recovery. The practice runs as a collaboration of talented therapists who use a variety of treatment modalities to promote successful recovery from addiction.