Clayton Sponhaltz is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and Professional Interventionist based in San Antonio, Texas. He has worked in the field of chemical dependency and recovery since 2008. He received his primary clinical training at a nationally renowned treatment facility in Texas and worked there as a case manager for five years. He has also held positions in outpatient treatment, private practice, youth recovery communities and as the drug and alcohol counselor for a local school district.
Clayton is passionate about helping people who are suffering from the effects of substance abuse and addiction find the hope and purpose available in a life of recovery. He has taken this motivation towards developing recovery programs in educational settings including implementing a large collegiate recovery program at The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Most recently Clayton has served as Director of Outreach and Education for a non-profit drug and alcohol recovery community in San Antonio and he oversees the training for students pursuing licensure in chemical dependency as well as educational programs for the community.
Clayton considers his personal delivery from drug and alcohol addiction one of the greatest gifts of his life. He enjoys reading, hunting and fishing and spending time with his family outdoors. He and his wife Kelly have two children and they are active in their local church.