Meet Our Staff

Dr. Mark Loeb, MD
Medical Director

Mark Loeb was born and raised in St. Louis. He attended college at Carleton in Northfield, Minnesota and medical school at University of Missouri-Columbia, he did his residency in family medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. He worked as a family practitioner for 15 years in Columbia, Missouri. In 2006 he and his family travelled to the North Island of New Zealand where he practiced medicine for six months. After returning to the states, he and his family moved to Fort Collins Colorado where he has a continuity practice in family medicine. He has practiced addiction medicine at Narconon Colorado for the past seven years.

Kathy Benjamin, LPC, CAC III
Clinical Supervisor

I have been working as a counselor in the addiction treatment field for thirty years. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a CAC III. I received my LPC from Alamosa University and a Bachelorof Arts Degree in counseling and psychology from Mesa University in 1992 and received my Master’s degree in 1993. I have loved working in the field of addiction and find my work with clients to be very fulfilling.

Kenna Clements, CAC III
Clinical Supervisor

I began in the Mental Health field as an assistant in 1998. I stayed with that agency for the next eighteen years. I was allowed to get all of my training while working at Colorado West Mental Health that is now Mind Springs Mental Health. I received my CAC III ten years ago. I have also been trained in crisis prevention. I have had years of experience in suicide intervention, prevention and education. I have taught grief groups, ran DUI groups and provided Substance Abuse Individual and group therapy. I worked closely with Social Services and the Sheriff’s Department in providing assistance.

Glen Petcavage, CAC II
Executive Director

I am a Certified Addiction Counselor and Executive Director at Narconon Colorado – A Life Worth Saving and I have been with the program since 2002. I obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree at Wayne State University and Logan University. I began working in this field many years ago because I found it very fulfilling and purposeful to help others lead better lives. From my experience in the field I have found that when you help the person truly recover from the difficulties that lead to the addiction, the addiction can then be mastered, resulting in a rewarding life and long-term stable sobriety and happiness. I disagree with treating the person as merely an addict or a collection of symptoms and labels, but rather as a person with difficulties, severe though they may be. By helping the addict to become more able they are able to overcome these difficulties and achieve a positive life. Having worked with thousands of addicts and experienced the incomparable joy of seeing them truly change their lives has had a remarkable way of releasing my own passions for my life’s work.

Brad Pettit, CAC II
Certified Addiction Counselor

I am a Certified Addiction Counselor and I have worked with Narconon Colorado for many years. I enjoy helping people regain control of their lives through the Narconon Program. I have helped hundreds of people overcome addiction and find helping people to be extremely rewarding.

Matt Wiggins, CAC II
Certified Addiction Counelor

I am a Certified Addiction Counselor with Narconon Colorado-A Life Worth Saving. I have been working in the addiction field for nine years. It has been my passion to help others through our program and I am rewarded by our standards and results. At this point I have worked with nearly one thousand clients and I am very proud of the professional success I have achieved. In addition to fulfilling the academic and experiential requirements of becoming a certified addiction counselor I have also developed my skills by being part of a team that implemented and achieved JACHO accreditation for our organization.

Crystal Wiggins, CAC II
Certified Addiction Counselor and Administrator

I work as a Certified Addiction Counselor for Narconon Colorado – A Life Worth Saving. I have been working in the field of addiction for over ten years. Addiction is an epidemic that not only has an effect on the addict, but also on every person connected to that addict. I dedicated myself to this field to do my part in fighting this war against addiction. By helping others I am not just helping to save addicts’ lives, but I am also immeasurably empowering and restoring the lives of those who care for the addict, routinely making families and friendships whole again.