About Us – Leadership Team
Charles Wolfe, MA
Charlie has been working in the behavioral healthcare field for the past 16 years. He earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Alvernia University in Behavioral Health Studies. During his graduate studies at Alvernia, Charlie was awarded the Caron Award of Excellence whom the university designates as someone in the Behavioral Health Studies Program that personifies outstanding achievement academically and has received positive peer recognition that has made significant personal contributions. In addition to his advanced studies, Charlie has received post graduate instruction and certification on a variety of behavioral healthcare topics and therapeutic approaches, including advanced state board training in Clinical Supervision. Charlie has also received training and non-matriculated graduate level education pertaining to behavioral healthcare management, leadership, marketing, finance and human resources. Charlie served as an adjunct instructor at the university level and currently provides training and mentorship to inspire those who are called to the behavioral health care field.
Jean J. Pantal
Director of Nursing
Dr. Pantal has been working in the medical field for more than 12 years. He worked for four years as a registered nurse and eight years as a nurse practitioner. His experience is on primary care, acute care, and addiction medicine. He earned his first bachelor’s degree in business administration/computer science at Temple University, a Bachelor of Science in nursing at Drexel University, a Master of Science and doctoral in nursing at Temple University. Dr. Pantal is dedicated to provide quality care to Beacon Point’s clients and implement evidence-based practice to help clients in their recovery process.
Human Resources Manager
Nicole grew up in here in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia. She has held administrative positions in various industries from commercial building equipment, collections and most recently, talent acquisition. Twice Nicole has served as the CEO’s Executive Assistant gaining her keen insight into strategic decision making. Prior to coming to BPRC, Nicole led a national team of talent acquisition specialists and excelled at getting and retaining the best people. Nicole excels in working hard to get the job done all while extending her experience to help anyone in need. She prides herself in having an open door policy at all times. She currently resides in Cherry Hill, NJ but is happy to be a part of BPRC’s mission and to be back in the community that shaped her into who she is today.
Ed Donahue MA, CAADC
Ed is a healthcare professional and college professor and has been working in the substance abuse and mental health field for the past 20 years as a clinician, care/case manager, and clinical director/supervisor. Ed also is a consultant for a 72-bed recovery house organization and teaches at one local university and two community colleges. Ed has worked in the healthcare field at all levels, both as a leader and teacher in the inpatient level of care and the outpatient level of care. Ed is currently part of a local community group, Crisis Intervention Taskforce (CIT), a crisis intervention and jail diversion program, working with police officers and first responders to educate them in working with individuals that may have a substance abuse and/or mental health issues.
Dr. Monir F. Morgan, Ph.D., Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS
Dr. Monir Morgan comes to Beacon Point Recovery Center following a 38-year career as a clinician, educator, administrator, clinical supervisor, trainer-of-trainers, and researcher in different countries. Dr. Morgan earned a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Duquense University, Pittsburgh and a PhD in Education from the University of Glasgow, Scotland and Assiut University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). He also earned a Certificate in Drug and Alcohol Counseling from Villanova University. Dr. Morgan always focuses on finding balance in four life goals: family and friends, love and intimacy, work, and spirituality. People always make him tick. In his counseling, Dr. Morgan believes that therapy should be practiced on an individual basis based on the intervention that will best meet the needs of the client. His counseling style involves an integrative approach of different theories such as Person-Centered, Individual, Gestalt, and Existential interventions. It also includes an eclectic approach of intervention techniques and strategies based on client’s needs. As a counselor educator, Dr. Morgan has been teaching different graduate counseling courses at different universities. As an approved clinical supervisor, he has been providing individual and group clinical supervision at different universities and in his private practice. Dr. Morgan’s professional growth agenda is always active. He has conducted numerous national, regional, and international training workshops and presentations and authored several articles, books, and book chapters.