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Our Team

The team at Villa Tranquil is experienced, compassionate and genuine. We are grateful to say that our staff has more than 65 years of recovery themselves, and each member was handpicked to help guide you on your recovery journey. We will work together with your treatment team to help you follow through with your commitments to your continuing care plans, and we will support you and help you feel focused and confident. The staff at Villa Tranquil serves to create a safe, sacred space where you can learn how to deepen your recovery process.

Brent Bevelhymer

Brent Bevelhymer, MS, LMHC, LPC, CAP, licensed mental health counselor and certified addiction professional, is the founder and CEO of Villa Tranquil. Brent has worked in the mental health field for more than 15 years. He is a well-known mental health counselor, addictions expert and leader in the treatment industry. Brent specializes in the treatment of addictions, mood disorders and trauma. Throughout his career, Brent has been committed to empowering guests and helping them to create meaningful change. He has supervised, trained and consulted with various high-level professionals and programs in the treatment industry. Brent has served as an executive or upper management of several well-respected programs, including Caron Texas and Hanley Hazelden. He is held in high esteem by his peers and often called upon to assist in the development of new and growing programs. Brent is passionate about ethical and fair treatment of both guests and staff, and he has been an advocate for change within the mental health field. Over the course of his career, Brent has developed and nurtured his relationships with professionals nationwide. He values honesty, integrity and service to others. Brent is dedicated to the mission of Villa Tranquil and committed to each guest’s well-being.

Noelle Bevelhymer

Noelle Bevelhymer, MS, LMHC, LPC, licensed mental health counselor, is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in mental health disorders and trauma. She provides a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for her guests to effectively address their needs. She co-founded Villa Tranquil with her husband, Brent Bevelhymer, in May of 2017. Noelle received an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida in 2005. She graduated with her master’s degree in mental health counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2007. Noelle completed her graduate and postgraduate work as a mental health therapist at the Hanley Center from 2005 to 2013. She holds a dual license for both Florida and Texas. After several years of working with men and women, ranging from young adults to older guests, Noelle has found a growing need for a psychotherapist who specifically targets the challenges that many women face. Noelle specializes in women’s issues, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, body image issues, self‑esteem, relationship issues, codependency, loss and grief, and trauma.

Sarah Gentry, LMHC, CAP, CRRA, Chief Clinical Officer

Sarah Gentry, LMHC, CAP, CRRA, licensed mental health counselor and certified addiction professional, is the Founder of Sarah Gentry Counseling, PLLC, and the Chief Clinical Officer for Villa Tranquil. She specializes in working with guests and families with chemical dependency, eating disorders, co-dependency, trauma, and family-of-origin issues. She has extensive experience in the treatment industry, with areas of concentration ranging from trauma treatment and chemical dependency to gender-specific issues, creative healing and dual diagnosis. She is a noted therapist and manager with broad experience in chemical dependency rehabilitation, program development, and counseling for individuals, couples and groups. Sarah has presented nationally on the importance of identifying gender-specific issues for addiction treatment, implementing creative healing techniques, and developing passion, purpose and ethics in counseling and treatment. She is well-known in the industry as a leader for her integrity, ethical treatment and clinical excellence. Sarah is also a certified clinical supervisor for mental health counselors, and enjoys assisting new therapists in developing their skills. As a consultant, she provides treatment facilities and organizations with a multitude of services, including ethical leadership and clinical programming.

Brenda Cilley – House Manager

Brenda Cilley
I have always enjoyed helping others, but I was unclear in what direction I should go. After I came into recovery 23 years ago, I decided that I would like to try working in the recovery field and I am so glad that I did.  I am reminded many times how kind and loving others were to me in early recovery and how much it meant to me, so I try to pass this on to others.  After working in the field for 14 years, I still love what I do! Some of my favorite past times are spending time with GOD, family, swimming, going to the beach and hanging out with fellow members in recovery

Susan Robinson CAP, ICADC, Primary Therapist

Sue Robinson

Sue has been an addictions therapist since 1989. She has worked with both adults and adolescents in all aspects of chemical dependency treatment including residential, outpatient, detoxification, halfway house, extended care and intensive outpatient. She also has extensive training in the field of compulsive gambling treatment. She was instrumental in developing one of the first female adolescent treatment programs in the country as well as to develop an intensive outpatient program at St. Josephs Hospital in Lancaster, Pa. After moving to Florida in 1998, she worked as an addictions therapist at Hanley Hazelden in West Palm Beach, FL. for 8 years and was the clinical coordinator at Inner Harbor Transitional Living for Women in Tequesta, Fl. and at A New Day Treatment Center. Sue has a solid 12 step recovery background and provides her clients with a direct, straightforward approach to addiction and recovery. Her ability to meet others where they are at, compassion and sense of humor are great attributes to her success as a therapist. Sue is an avid dog lover and Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies fan!