Clearview’s staff encompasses a wide range of specialties and responsibilities, all dedicated to meeting the specific recovery needs of each individual.
The clinical staff consists of Residential Clinicians, all of whom hold a master’s degree or higher from accredited programs.
The clinical staff consists of individuals from diverse training backgrounds to ensure individuals receive the individualized care they need. With offices located in the residential halls, these dedicated professionals conduct individual, group and family therapy, process groups, psychoeducational lectures, and other therapeutic activities daily.
Clearview also contracts with a psychiatrist and a psychiatric nurse practitioner, and employs a full-time nurse. These health care professionals provide psychiatric and medical treatment when necessary.
Certified Peer Support Specialists are also on staff, lending their unique perspective and hope to individuals on their road to recovery. Certified Peer Support Specialists not only have groups and one-on-one sessions with individuals, but also offer an aftercare group once a week for individuals that complete the program to attend. This allows for additional support after the program.
The administrative and support staff provide the necessary framework that assists in maintaining the clinical staff’s work on a 24/7 basis.
Clinical Assistants are on-site 24 hours to monitor and assist individuals under our care, manage medications, ensure resident safety and manage emergency situations.