Integrate Intensives Team

Chris Horton, CEO

Chris Horton

Founder & CEO

Chris is a proven entrepreneurial leader with over 25 years’ experience creating, leading and scaling fast-growing, global organizations. Chris’ newest venture, Integrate Intensives, combines his leadership and operational experience with a deep transformational journey around his emotional, mental and spiritual health which began in 2008 after he sold his first company.

Prior to Integrate, Chris was a co-founder and CEO of Trusource Labs which provided complex technical support services to Global 100 firms. Trusource was the fastest growing large company in Austin in 2016 (Austin Business Journal). With over 500 employees and operations in Austin, Ireland, and Mexico.

Before that, Chris founded Sydcor as a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) company focused on serving Fortune 500 technology manufacturing firms with procurement, logistics, technology and call center services. Sydcor experienced explosive growth from 2001-2008 and was named the fastest growing company in the over $10M in sales category in 2005 by the Austin Business Journal and a runner up in that category in 2006. Sydcor was also a finalist in the Best Places to Work in Austin in 2006 also sponsored by the Austin Business Journal.

Chris lives in and loves Austin, Texas. He is a UT Longhorn and has four Longhorns ages 17-26. When not learning and living all things emotional health he can be found at Barton Springs swimming, biking the trails, listening to live music, reading, or spending time with his amazing family and friends.

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Terra Holbrook

Co-Founder & Director of Clinical Services

Terra Holbrook, LCSW, CADC, CSAT is a well-known speaker, educator and facilitator in mental health and addictions work. She has a master’s degree in Social work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, as well as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. Terra began her work in 1994 working with adolescents at Family Recovery Center in Idaho Falls, Idaho, which she co founded with her husband, Jeff. Since then she has worked in private practice and as clinical director of various treatment programs across the United States.

In 2017, she formed Seaglass Intensives and Consulting, Inc., where she worked with individuals, couples and families in intensive therapy and workshop settings. She has worked with numerous treatment centers to enhance their programs to include trauma work with individuals and families. She also provides workshops which focus on self-care for therapists and those who work in the treatment setting.

Recently she has developed a passion for working with First Responders who are experiencing grief and trauma. She facilitates monthly retreats addressing the pain and trauma which often threatens the health and well-being of the brave men and women who serve our communities.

She has spoken at numerous conferences, been featured on NPR, and has been on local T.V. and radio.

She currently splits time in Austin, Texas and Boise, Idaho with her husband and their dog, Jack.

Kay Creath

Kay Creath, Ph.D.

Co-Founder & Advisor

Kay is a psychologist with over 30 years of clinical experience and has practiced in a variety of settings which include hospitals, university campuses, and private practices. She has also had the opportunity to supervise a number of masters level therapists. In these settings, she has worked with children, adolescents, individual adults, couples and families.

In addition to her clinical experience, Kay worked as an organizational psychologist for an international psychological consulting firm. In this role, she advised senior executives and managers on the hiring, training, and management of their employees.

Most recently, Kay supervised the clinical operations of a mental health organization which focuses on the treatment of children and their families who have experienced severe, complex trauma.

Kay brings her passion for emotional healing through community to Integrate Intensives. Having experienced significant personal growth through the group therapy process, she believes that this modality both accelerates healing and creates long lasting, like minded, supportive relationships. This is an incredible opportunity to work with an extraordinarily talented group of professionals who all share a passion for growth, wellness, and community.

Glenn Hadley

Glenn Hadley

Co-Founder & Director of Business Development and Marketing

Glenn Hadley is the Director of Business Development and Marketing for Integrate Intensives. After spending years working nationally to revitalize behavioral healthcare conferences and pioneering the virtual trade show platform, Glenn wanted to get back to his core goal of helping people break through personally and professionally. He brings a unique, broad, and informed perspective of the healthcare profession to Integrate Intensives. In Austin and nationally, Glenn is heading the development of new professional business relationships in hopes of bringing emotional healing to new markets. As a former professional tennis player, coach, and director, Glenn brings a wealth of knowledge in team-building and community organization to the behavioral healthcare industry. Additionally, his personal journey into recovery, both emotional and physical, is inspiring and continues to spread hope wherever he speaks. Glenn is also the host of “Perspective Matters: This Week in Behavioral Healthcare” an online talk show that highlights and interviews experts in the field.

“All across the country, we have amazing programs equipping people with [the] tools they need to break through physically, emotionally, and spiritually. But so often, people stop at the starting line. We don’t get into this way of living to sit at home and simply survive. We want to thrive! At Integrate, we walk with individuals as they apply these tools to their daily lives. Remember: Life is messy. Let’s go make a mess!” – Glenn Hadley