Graciela Del Moral

Graciela Del Moral is the co-founder and CEO of Came to Pass Recovery. She is passionate about recovery and has worked to put together a competent and caring team of professionals. Graciela has been working in the field of addiction and recovery for 10 years and believes that the opportunity to help facilitate change in people’s lives is a tremendous privilege. Sharing the journey of hope with those who are actively seeking to live a life free of alcohol or drugs is one of her top priorities. Creating a space of healing where clients can begin to recover their dreams is a vision that she works at on a daily basis.

Graciela believes that a healthy body is essential to the creation of a healthy mind and spirit. She believes in outdoor, activity based treatment. She enjoys a good physical challenge and rope jumps are one of her nightmares.

Christina Paschall

Christina Paschall is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, and in addition to her work with Came to Pass Recovery, she is a Relief Therapist for the Behavioral Health Unit for Flagstaff Medical Center. Christina graduated from University of Phoenix with Honors in the Mental Health/ Community Counseling Program in 2013. She started her career providing crisis assessments and interventions with Terros Health, and has spent the majority of her career providing therapy to clients struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders at various treatment centers. Christina is an experiential therapist who believes we learn and heal through actions. She is clinically trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Mrs. Paschall served as the President for the Arizona Counselors Association between 2016-2019. During her time as President, Christina prepared, promoted, and executed 3 successful annual conferences that promoted the counseling profession; and advocated at the legislative level to promote counselor identity and client welfare.

Craig Davis, LCSW

Craig A. Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Arizona with over 18 years of experience working as a Clinician and Clinical Director in inpatient, outpatient and private settings. Craig has been actively involved in program development creating integrated, comprehensive, holistic substance abuse programs for hospitals, private agencies and problem-solving courts. He has a passion for Wellness Programs and is keenly aware of the importance of a Holistic approach to recovery. Craig also appreciates the implementation of outdoor experiences to promote positive change in the client’s life. He is aware of the importance of 12-step meetings to the pro-social applications of recovery. His professional experience has been primarily focused on substance abuse disorders, but he specializes in all mental health issues, including dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief. He believes that all addicts need individual therapy to identify core issues which have developed through life experiences that contribute to the dysfunctional behavior patterns related to their addictive behavior. Craig has used a wide range of therapeutic modalities including, group, individual, couples and family. He has extensive training in EMDR, psychodrama (Action Focused Therapy), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies. Craig believes that addiction is systemic, and it is paramount to educate the family about codependency and enabling behaviors, so they have insight on how to be a healthy support system for the recovering addict and gain freedom for themselves.

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has a BS in Social Work and is currently working on his Master’s in Social Work. Michael has worked in the addictions field for nine years; working in treatment centers and sober living houses. He is currently working with the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office as a counselor in the Exodus Program. Michael has been actively involved in mentoring men seeking long-term recovery. He enjoys cycling, snowboarding, boating and running.

Peter Montoya

There are gifted speakers, best-selling authors, and successful entrepreneurs… but rarely do you find all three in one person. Peter Montoya is that rare exception—a thought leader, skilled orator, and leadership strategist with real-life experience driving his insights and ideas. His business acumen, inspirational journey, human behavioral insight, and decades of real-life experience have helped him to become one of the most inspirational and sought-after speakers and coaches, specializing in leadership development and creating high-performance teams. When he isn’t transforming organizations around the globe, Peter lives with his amazing wife and two teenage children in Orange County, California.

Nick Hilton

Nick is a VDOTO2 certified running coach and an NASM certified nutrition coach. He hails from Reading, Pennsylvania and moved to Flagstaff in 2012, and has competed as a competitive distance runner at the high school, collegiate, and professional level. He’s had a passion for running since discovering the sport in middle school, and enjoys sharing that passion with anyone who will listen. Nick has been coaching in some capacity since 2011, and has worked with athletes of all abilities. Watching athletes grow and achieve things that they didn’t believe was possible is what Nick enjoys the most about being a coach.

Evan Blackard

Evan Blackard is an avid mountain biker with extensive riding experience all over the Western United States. In addition to working primarily in the music design/production industry through his company School Sonics, Evan holds a part time position at Absolute Bikes in Flagstaff/Sedona as a Bike Builder and Mechanic. After a 15 year career teaching band in North Texas, Evan, his wife Michelle and their dog Lola recently moved to Flagstaff to more thoroughly enjoy their outdoor lifestyle. He is excited to share the Flagstaff mountain biking scene with anyone and everyone and thrilled to be serving the community with Came to Pass Recovery.

Graciela Del Moral

Graciela Del Moral is the co-founder and CEO of Came to Pass Recovery. She is passionate about recovery and has worked to put together a competent and caring team of professionals. Graciela has been working in the field of addiction and recovery for 10 years and believes that the opportunity to help facilitate change in people’s lives is a tremendous privilege. Sharing the journey of hope with those who are actively seeking to live a life free of alcohol or drugs is one of her top priorities. Creating a space of healing where clients can begin to recover their dreams is a vision that she works at on a daily basis.

Graciela believes that a healthy body is essential to the creation of a healthy mind and spirit. She believes in outdoor, activity based treatment. She enjoys a good physical challenge and rope jumps are one of her nightmares.

Christina Paschall

Christina Paschall is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, and in addition to her work with Came to Pass Recovery, she is a Relief Therapist for the Behavioral Health Unit for Flagstaff Medical Center. Christina graduated from University of Phoenix with Honors in the Mental Health/ Community Counseling Program in 2013. She started her career providing crisis assessments and interventions with Terros Health, and has spent the majority of her career providing therapy to clients struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders at various treatment centers. Christina is an experiential therapist who believes we learn and heal through actions. She is clinically trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Mrs. Paschall served as the President for the Arizona Counselors Association between 2016-2019. During her time as President, Christina prepared, promoted, and executed 3 successful annual conferences that promoted the counseling profession; and advocated at the legislative level to promote counselor identity and client welfare.

Craig Davis, LCSW

Craig A. Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Arizona with over 18 years of experience working as a Clinician and Clinical Director in inpatient, outpatient and private settings. Craig has been actively involved in program development creating integrated, comprehensive, holistic substance abuse programs for hospitals, private agencies and problem-solving courts. He has a passion for Wellness Programs and is keenly aware of the importance of a Holistic approach to recovery. Craig also appreciates the implementation of outdoor experiences to promote positive change in the client’s life. He is aware of the importance of 12-step meetings to the pro-social applications of recovery. His professional experience has been primarily focused on substance abuse disorders, but he specializes in all mental health issues, including dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief. He believes that all addicts need individual therapy to identify core issues which have developed through life experiences that contribute to the dysfunctional behavior patterns related to their addictive behavior. Craig has used a wide range of therapeutic modalities including, group, individual, couples and family. He has extensive training in EMDR, psychodrama (Action Focused Therapy), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies. Craig believes that addiction is systemic, and it is paramount to educate the family about codependency and enabling behaviors, so they have insight on how to be a healthy support system for the recovering addict and gain freedom for themselves.

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has a BS in Social Work and is currently working on his Master’s in Social Work. Michael has worked in the addictions field for nine years; working in treatment centers and sober living houses. He is currently working with the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office as a counselor in the Exodus Program. Michael has been actively involved in mentoring men seeking long-term recovery. He enjoys cycling, snowboarding, boating and running.

Peter Montoya

There are gifted speakers, best-selling authors, and successful entrepreneurs… but rarely do you find all three in one person. Peter Montoya is that rare exception—a thought leader, skilled orator, and leadership strategist with real-life experience driving his insights and ideas. His business acumen, inspirational journey, human behavioral insight, and decades of real-life experience have helped him to become one of the most inspirational and sought-after speakers and coaches, specializing in leadership development and creating high-performance teams. When he isn’t transforming organizations around the globe, Peter lives with his amazing wife and two teenage children in Orange County, California.

Nick Hilton

Nick is a VDOTO2 certified running coach and an NASM certified nutrition coach. He hails from Reading, Pennsylvania and moved to Flagstaff in 2012, and has competed as a competitive distance runner at the high school, collegiate, and professional level. He’s had a passion for running since discovering the sport in middle school, and enjoys sharing that passion with anyone who will listen. Nick has been coaching in some capacity since 2011, and has worked with athletes of all abilities. Watching athletes grow and achieve things that they didn’t believe was possible is what Nick enjoys the most about being a coach.

Evan Blackard

Evan Blackard is an avid mountain biker with extensive riding experience all over the Western United States. In addition to working primarily in the music design/production industry through his company School Sonics, Evan holds a part time position at Absolute Bikes in Flagstaff/Sedona as a Bike Builder and Mechanic. After a 15 year career teaching band in North Texas, Evan, his wife Michelle and their dog Lola recently moved to Flagstaff to more thoroughly enjoy their outdoor lifestyle. He is excited to share the Flagstaff mountain biking scene with anyone and everyone and thrilled to be serving the community with Came to Pass Recovery.