Chief Executive Officer
Roman Olay, MBA
Roman joins Clearview after years of administrative leadership in the behavioral health and ambulatory health industries. His experience has prepared him well for his role overseeing our Clearview Residential programs, as well as our Clearview Outpatient programs in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Long Beach, and Woodland Hills.
Roman has over two decades of operational leadership experience in multiple industries such as technology, financial, ambulatory health and behavioral health. Over 10 years of that was during his time with Foundations Recovery Network where he helped lead all aspects of dual diagnosis treatment centers in California. Roman’s background spans all areas of company functions, including operations, business development, finance, strategic planning, HR, risk, and compliance. He has built teams of organizations and facilities from the ground up, starting with the strategic vision to the successful implementation of multi-site operations.
Roman believes in servant leadership, and it shows in his collaborative and coaching styles. He is passionate about helping people improve themselves through mentorship and is a strong believer that self-improvement is a lifelong journey. He is a volunteer within his community, where he has served as a Coach for Water Polo, Referee for AYSO soccer, and Cubmaster for his son’s Boy Scout Pack. A former Eagle Scout, he now teaches young boys and girls about teamwork, respect, community service, and partnership through outdoor activities and lifesaving skills.
Clinical Director – Residential Treatment Programs
Lynn Salvatore, Psy. D.
Lynn has worked at Clearview Treatment Programs since 2011. She started as a Program Aide and throughout her education, she worked as a primary therapist at Clearview’s Residential and Outpatient Programs. In 2021, she became the Associate Clinical Director of the Dual Diagnosis program and in January 2022, she was promoted to her current position as Residential Clinical Director.
Lynn received her master’s degree at Pepperdine University and her doctorate degree from Alliant International University. She has presented posters at conferences including the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (ISITDBT), American Psychological Association (APA), and American Psychology – Law Society (APLS). Lynn is comprehensively trained in DBT and has been trained as a National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEA-BPD) Family Connections leader. She completed her doctoral dissertation on the need for a DBT-based family psychoeducation program for the loved ones of clients diagnosed with comorbid substance use disorder and BPD. She created a six-week program that will soon be implemented across Clearview’s residential programs.
Director of Financial Operations
Emily Cohen started at Clearview in 2006 where she worked closely with the founder to create a program where clients and their families could heal and recover. Emily is passionate about recovery and helping people to find a “life worth living.” After leaving Clearview in 2021, Emily served as the Director of Operations at an adolescent treatment center.
After majoring in Sociology at The Evergreen State College in Washington State, Emily pursued counseling and non-profit administration for local mental health and drug treatment facilities. From 1997-2001, Emily worked for a social service agency where she honed her administrative and human resources skills, placing therapists and social workers in hospitals and various mental health settings. From 2001-2006, she worked as a paralegal, supporting a dynamic team of attorneys.
In 2006, Emily hit a career crossroads where she contemplated between pursuing a law degree or a career in mental health. She was hired as Administrative Director at Clearview Treatment Programs and has never looked back.
Emily is the proud mother of an adult daughter and a teenage son. When she is not working, you will probably find Emily riding her bike on PCH in preparation for an Ironman triathlon or watching her son compete at tennis tournaments across Southern California.
Arsalan Malik, MD
Dr. Arsalan Malik completed his psychiatry residency at the Menninger Clinic and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. During that time, he served as the clinical chief resident of the Menninger Clinic, where he specialized in addressing the complex medical, psychiatric, and substance use difficulties of high-achieving individuals no longer functioning successfully in the workplace and/or at home.
Dr. Malik provided psychiatric care to treatment-resistant depressed, anxious, bipolar, and personality disordered patients on the Professionals in Crisis and Young Adult units. He developed his interest and expertise in the treatment of mood and co-occurring personality disorders at this time using a comprehensive and integrated, multidisciplinary treatment approach. This comprised psychoanalytically informed hospital psychiatry, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and psychodynamic individual, group, couples, and family therapy.
Dr. Malik holds a Clinical Fellowship in Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies. He is currently a clinical associate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis and volunteer clinical faculty at UCLA.
He is also an editor for the journal Gender and Violence that launched in early 2014. He is an active member of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychoanalytic Association, and the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. In addition to being board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Malik is also a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine.
At Clearview, Dr. Malik functions as the medical director of the Women’s Center for Borderline Personality and Emotional Disorders. He conducts comprehensive medical and psychiatric intakes, and provides ongoing neuropsychopharmacological management and consultation, as wells as supportive psychotherapy.
DBT Trainer & Program Consultant
Charlie Swenson, MD
Dr. Charlie Swenson graduated from Harvard College and Yale Medical School. He joined the faculty of Cornell University Medical College in 1982, where for five years he directed a long-term psychoanalytically oriented inpatient program for patients with personality disorders, including Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
Beginning in 1987, Dr. Swenson developed and directed inpatient, outpatient, and day treatment programs for patients with BPD based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). In 1990 and 1993, he was voted Teacher of the Year by the psychiatric residents. While at Cornell, he served as a DBT trainer and consultant throughout the United States and Europe, coordinating statewide implementation of DBT in the public sectors of Illinois, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
Dr. Swenson has published widely on the treatment of borderline patients, including the following articles: “A comparison of Kernberg’s psychoanalytic approach to that of DBT” (1989), “The inpatient application of DBT” (2001), “Identifying the factors leading to DBT’s popularity” (2001), and “The barriers and strategies for implementing DBT in community mental health centers” (2002).
From 1997 to the present, he has been associate professor of clinical psychiatry for the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, and from 1997 to 2001 he served as area medical director for the western Massachusetts area of the Department of Mental Health.
Since September 2010, Dr. Swenson has had a part-time private practice and worked with the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. He serves as the senior psychiatrist for the western Massachusetts and central Massachusetts areas of the Department of Mental Health, doing community-based clinical consultations and working to strengthen implementations of evidence-based practices in the community mental health system. Additionally, Dr. Swenson serves as a senior trainer and senior consultant for Behavioral Tech, LLC, Marsha Linehan’s training institute.
Dr. Swenson, along with another trainer, provided intensive training to members of Clearview’s DBT team through Behavioral Tech in Northampton, Mass. Currently, Dr. Swenson works with members of Clearview’s extensive DBT team to provide consultation in the areas of program development, staff training, and the provision of clinical services.
Residential Program Lead Therapist
Stephanie Drotman, LCSW
Stephanie received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles, and her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Southern California with a concentration in adult mental health / wellness and a specialization in co-occurring disorders and severe mental illness. Stephanie is a licensed clinical social worker through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
During her undergraduate studies, Stephanie worked as a research assistant for UCLA Department of Psychology’s PTSD study under Dr. Michelle Craske utilizing Prolonged Exposure in Veteran’s with combat experience. Stephanie received clinical training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Internal Family Systems while at USC and holds additional certifications in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Seeking Safety, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Problem Solving Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.
A DBT skills group facilitator for more than 5 years, Stephanie was initially trained in DBT while working within LA County Juvenile Detention Programs where she provided individual psychotherapy and group skills training to incarcerated adolescents. Stephanie found the ability to utilize her genuine self, coupled with mindfulness practice and a dialectical worldview allowed her to connect deeply with high-risk, treatment resistant, and multi-problem clients. Stephanie was foundationally trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy by Shari Manning, PhD. and receives weekly DBT consultation with Charlie Swenson, MD.
Stephanie is passionate about working with individuals struggling with borderline personality disorder and co-occurring disorders. Stephanie uses an open, collaborative, and non-judgmental approach focused on enhancing the client’s individual strengths to help them achieve their goals.
Haley Lynn, MSW
Haley Lynn received her bachelor’s and master’s Degrees in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. While obtaining her Master’s, she began her clinical work at Advent Health Behavioral Health Unit in Shawnee Mission, Kansas working within a multidisciplinary team assessing dual diagnosis clients and leading psychoeducational groups. While completing her practicum she developed her own therapeutic group curriculum based from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches and was nominated for an award highlighting outstanding achievements by field education students. Haley developed a specific interest in addiction and recovery while obtaining her bachelor’s degree and researched this topic while studying in Ireland through multiple universities.
After receiving her master’s degree, she began her work at Cottonwood Springs Behavioral Health Hospital in Olathe, KS in the Assessment Department. While in this role, she helped assess and determine appropriate levels of care to refer clients to. She was awarded the Assessment Department Clinician of the Year in 2017. She was promoted to the Assessment Department Supervisor, helping lead a team of clinicians alongside the Director of Assessment. Haley then transitioned to the Clinical Liaison role in the Community Outreach Team where she continued to connect to community resources and individuals seeking behavioral health and substance abuse treatment.
At Clearview, Haley works as an admissions coordinator to guide and support clients and families in the admissions process. She performs initial assessments, consults with outside providers, and provides recommendations for the appropriate level of care or referrals if necessary.
Johanna Uy Lawrence was born in Cebu, Philippines, and became interested in cooking at a very young age. Her parents own several famous restaurants in the Philippines, and she was always fascinated with the chefs in the kitchen.
After graduating from culinary school, Johanna had the opportunity to train with some of the best chefs in Cebu. Once she moved to the United States, she worked in restaurants as a chef and later for a personal chef, where she learned the ins and outs of the business.
As a personal chef, she has worked in homes and at television and movie studios. She was also a finalist on “Guy’s Grocery Games” on the Food Network.
At Clearview, Johanna cooks meals for clients in the residential treatment programs. She loves nothing more than to make clients happy through her food.
Director of Residential Operations
Leilani received a Bachelor’s in Psychology at California State Fullerton. Previously, she worked in operations servicing accounts with prominent banks. She pursued a passion for yoga and became a certified yoga instructor, where she found herself collaborating with an investor and started a yoga company. Leilani sought to integrate her operational experience and passion for helping others and started as a volunteer at Clearview. She went from volunteer to being hired as a Program Aide, then Program Manager, and ultimately Director of Residential Operations.
As the Director of Residential Operations, she oversees operations for the Women’s Center and Dual Diagnosis programs. Leilani is committed to her team and ensuring that the clients receive excellent care. Leilani continued her studies in alcohol and drug abuse counseling and still furthers her education.
If you don’t find Leilani at Clearview or in a textbook, you can find her exploring foodie spots, traveling, skydiving, bungee jumping, caving, river rafting, kayaking, or looking for another adventure.
Emily is the Compliance Coordinator at Clearview and has been with the company since 2015. She received her master’s degree from Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Prior to moving into her position as Compliance Coordinator, Emily worked as a Community Counselor in the milieu supporting clients and the clinical team. Emily works to ensure client satisfaction and maintains Clearview’s Joint Commission accreditation and licenses.
Andrew Demirdjian, MSW, ASW
Andrew is a primary therapist within Clearview’s Dual Diagnosis Program and has been with the company for over three years. Andrew is a graduate of Fordham’s Graduate School of Social Service where he focused his degree on treating individuals and families within the clinical setting. While obtaining his degree, Andrew received graduate training and worked as a clinical counselor at Clearview, facilitating a variety of psychoeducational classes and engaging in individual dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) coaching sessions. Andrew has intensive post-graduate training in DBT and has studied a variety of modalities including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), internal family systems, and mindfulness-based stress reduction.
Ky Anderson, AMFT
Ky earned their undergraduate degree from UC Santa Cruz and completed their master’s degree in clinical psychology at Pepperdine University. Ky specializes in working with individuals with mental health disorders, identity issues, and major life transitions, with particular emphasis on LGBTQ, neurodivergent, and chronically ill individuals. Their experience has extended to residential, outpatient, and community mental health settings with adolescents and adults. They incorporate clinical expertise in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) into affirming, solutions-oriented care that prioritizes the individual’s culture, background, and values during treatment. Ky is known for fostering a strong therapeutic alliance with their clients built on trust, support, and genuineness. In their free time, Ky enjoys tending to their many plants and pets, and is an avid cook.
Erycka Prado, AMFT
Erycka received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Los Angeles. Her clinical training has focused on evidence-based practices in outpatient and residential programs. While in undergraduate school at Cal State Fullerton, Erycka interned at Day Rancho Adult Services, which also served as an Alzheimer’s research facility. Erycka conducted assessments and supported the clinical team with direct client care.
While in graduate school at Antioch University, Erycka found her interest in the trauma specialization with an emphasis on military and civilian populations. Erycka began her practicum with Antioch University Counseling Center seeing individual clients, adolescents, and couples. Antioch also provided a partnership with the Culver City Senior Center where Erycka also worked with older adults for 1:1 therapy and advocacy work.
While at Antioch, Erycka began her transition with Clearview Women’s Center for Borderline Personality Disorder, Venice, in 2015. Erycka began as a community counselor where she also assisted the clinical team in direct client care and provided skills coaching en vivo. While at Clearview, Erycka found a passion for teaching and quickly transitioned to group facilitator and has led Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Seeking Safety, Positive Psychology, Relapse Prevention, and Behavioral Activation. In continuing her growth within the Clearview family, Erycka then transitioned to full time residential house manager where she held that role for nearly a year. Erycka made the move to Clearview’s intensive outpatient program (IOP) as a pre-licensed therapist at the beginning of 2022. Erycka conducts individual DBT sessions, facilitates skills groups, and provides phone coaching, while remaining adherent to the DBT model.
Executive Director of Outpatient Services
Gillian Bieler, LCSW, CSAT, MBATT
Gillian is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, and Mindfulness-Based Addiction and Trauma Therapist. She has worked in the field of mental health and addiction for over 10 years, beginning her career at UCLA’s Resnik Neuropsychiatric Institute. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Child studies with an emphasis on human development and behavior from Northern Illinois University, and Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California and has been a licensed clinician since 2017.
Gillian brings a broad range of experience to Clearview’s Outpatient Program having formerly work in hospital settings, outpatient settings and most recently as a residential clinical director. She understands the flow, the process, and the necessity of navigating each level of care smoothly and with clinical appropriateness.
Gillian is a Chicago native who loves traveling the world, going to see live music, and watching true crime documentaries.
Associate Clinical Social Worker
Nicole Wilmot, ACSW
Nicole received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Vanguard University of Southern California. After graduating with her bachelor’s, Nicole worked at a locked psychiatric facility and eventually found her way into geriatric medical social work. She went on to work in skilled nursing facilities as a Director of Social Services and eventually as a consultant. Nicole decided to go back to graduate school and get her Master’s in Social Work from University of Southern California (fight on!).
Nicole got a job working in community mental health after graduation and worked for just over a year as a Clinician with the Westside homeless full service partnership (FSP) team driving all around Los Angeles serving the homeless population. She gained valuable experience in crisis management, assessment, and diagnosing working there. She now provides that guidance and expertise to her new caseload of young adults and adults in an outpatient setting. Nicole has a unique background understanding human development and sexuality and wants to become a certified sex therapist.
Outpatient Operations Manager
Dee joined the Clearview team in March 2022 as an Admissions Coordinator, has quickly progressed in her time and has since been promoted to Outpatient Operations Manager.
Dee earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Cal State University, Northridge. Dee’s professional experience is in operations at the detox and residential levels of care within SUD primary facilities. Dee’s volunteer experience consists of crisis counseling and suicide prevention education.
Fun fact: Dee used to be a school bus driver.
Missy Freeman, LPC
Missy joined the Clearview team in February 2022 as an Admissions Coordinator.
Missy earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kansas in 2012. She then went on and earned her master’s degree in Counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University in 2014. She is a licensed professional counselor working to bring clients to treatment. Her experience includes Admissions, crisis counseling, and Utilization Review at all levels of care: residential, acute inpatient, detox, PHP, and IOP.
Missy is a Kansas-born girl who loves spending time with family and friends, hosting get-togethers, and traveling.
Selena joined the Clearview team in August 2022 as an Admissions Coordinator.
Selena earned her bachelor’s degree in religious studies from California State University of Northridge in 2019. She went on to work in special education and then in substance use and mental health services. Selena has volunteered with at-risk youth for 4 years, and her professional experience includes community outreach, crisis intervention, and patient-centered care.
Selena was born and raised in LA, enjoys spending her free time with friends, loves going to museums, and has a special place in her heart for graphic novels.
Erin Porter is Clearview’s Human Resources Manager, with over 10 years of experience managing Residential and Treatment facilities. Erin specializes in training and onboarding staff and is responsible for educating our employees on company policies and how to work with high-acuity populations. Erin is
an integral part of onboarding process and uses her positive attitude to encourage our staff to remember always they’re “WHY” when working in treatment. In her free time, Erin likes to brunch, go to the movies, and hang out at the beach.
Residential Behavioral Technician Program Supervisor
Linda Ihesiaba, BS, HCM
Outpatient Office Coordinator
Anna Davtyan-Coy, BS, CJS
Anna graduated from California State University, Northridge with her bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Justice Studies. Anna is continuing her education by pursuing her master’s degree at the University of Southern California. Anna previously worked as a counselor for teens at a residential treatment center where she facilitated group therapy and monitored the safety and supervision of the clients she served. At Clearview Woodland Hills, Anna is the first point of contact with our clients, and she ensures smooth transition into our program. Her priority is to create a welcoming, safe, and caring environment to the clients she welcomes into our program. In Anna’s free time, she enjoys cooking, caring for her cats, and spending time with friends and family.
Outpatient Primary Therapist
Bo Chamunee, LCSW
Bo Chamunee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has experience working with adolescents, adults, and families. Bo attended the University of California, Irvine where she received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Social Behavior. She began volunteering at a domestic violence nonprofit and educating adolescents on healthy relationships. Bo then earned her master’s degree in Social Work at California State University, Northridge.
Bo has worked in intensive outpatient settings and specializes in treating depression, anxiety, and ADHD while utilizing modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Solution Focus Therapy. She is passionate about educating and empowering clients to improve independent functioning and supporting them to integrate into their communities.
In her free time, Bo enjoys exploring new foods, self-care, and spending time with friends and family.
Outpatient Primary Therapist
Krista Gerdts, AMFT
Krista Gerdts is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in working with adults, adolescents, and families in residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient settings. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, addiction, and familial conflict while utilizing treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy.
Krista attended Chico State for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and moved to Spain shortly after graduation to travel throughout Europe and become well-versed in a variety of cultures. Upon her return, she began working in an adolescent residential treatment center where she decided to pursue her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. While obtaining her master’s degree from Chapman University she gained experience working in an addiction adult residential treatment center.
In her free time, Krista enjoys running, hiking, playing tennis, reading, traveling, and spending time with close friends & family.
Executive Director of Outpatient Services
Leanne Cohen, LCSW
Leanne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working in the field of mental health since 2013. She earned her master’s degree in Social Work at California State University, Northridge. Leanne has served as a Clinical Program Director within various levels of care including residential treatment, partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP).
Leanne is passionate about fostering a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for every client at Clearview Outpatient, Woodland Hills. She utilizes a collaborative approach to support each client in building their resilience and confidence. Leanne strives to help each client leave treatment with an increased sense of self-worth and self-respect. In doing so, she aims to support every client continue their recovery and healing by independently using the tools and skills they have learned while in treatment.
In Leanne’s free time she enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Outpatient Office Coordinator
Michelle Dominguez, CMA
Michelle graduated from United Education Institute College as a Certified Medical Assistant. She previously worked as an office coordinator and case manager at a speech, occupational, and physical therapy facility, where she provided therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Michelle has extensive experience with admissions, customer service, and operations.
Here at Clearview Outpatient – Pasadena, Michelle strives to create a welcoming, caring, and safe atmosphere for clients and families. Michelle will act as both the first and continuing point of contact as clients begin their treatment program.
In Michelle’s free time, she enjoys walking her dogs, lake fishing in the mountains, and spending quality time with her friends and family.
Outpatient Primary Therapist
Akila Bacon, AMFT
Akila is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in working with children, adolescents, and teens. Akila has worked with children’s families in support of mental health services and family reunification with the Department of Children and Family Services. She has worked in Community-Based, Field-Based, Residential Treatment, Group Homes, and Private Practice settings to meet the needs of her client and families. She specializes in the treatment of Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. through the modalities of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy.
Akila attended Howard University in Washington D.C., where she received her bachelor’s degree in Communications for Radio, TV, & Film, with a minor in Psychology. She then received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, CA. After graduating with her master’s degree, she went on to be an Outpatient therapist for children and adolescents diagnosed with anxiety, ADHD, and depression in the community, schools, and Residential setting, while simultaneously treating individuals and families in her private practice. Akila is currently continuing her education for her Psy.D, in Psychology – Marriage and Family Therapy, at the Chicago Schools of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles location. Akila is currently in the proposal phase for her Dissertation “Short-Term Mindfulness Treatment for Adolescence with Complex Trauma”.
In her free time, Akila enjoys spending time with her daughter playing at the park, going to the beach, swimming, and attending concerts with family and friends.
Outpatient Primary Therapist
Adrine Bazikyan, MS, LMFT
Adrine Bazikyan, M.S., LMFT started her career when she first joined Valley Trauma Center as a rape crisis advocate 20 years ago. As a young therapist, she had the opportunity to work with the most vulnerable population, victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. From that point on, she started to do presentations, visit hospital settings to be with victims, provide individual counseling and crisis management, case management and participate in community outreach projects and presentations.
Her learning continued and advanced when she earned her Master of Science in Counseling and started her employment as a therapist associate with Trinity Youth Services. Her learning expanded through providing treatment to individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, poor body image and relationship issues by using psycho-dynamic, existential, humanistic approach to treatment. Soon thereafter, she became a Clinical Director and started her career in Leadership. She understood the importance of leading a group of professionals in an organization, at the same time creating a program that served best for adolescent boys on probation with various mental health and substance abuse disorders.
Additional leadership positions she held include Director of Clinical Quality Assurance, Utilization Review Analyst, and Quality Improvement Director with Penny Lane Centers, and The People Concern and Clinical Director with Valley Recovery Center. Her work continued with auditors on a state level, ensuring that clinical treatment interventions were appropriate and adequate and met the Joint Commission, State and Department of Mental Health standards. These experiences of many years helped her understand not only her love for providing and helping others grow and thrive but also help other professionals advance personally and professionally. Adrine Bazikyan is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Human Development to further her passion for knowledge and growth.
Regional Executive Director
Jeffrey Moreira comes to Clearview Outpatient with over 15 years of operations management experience. He prides himself in helping strengthen and grow clinical programs that meet the needs of clients. He believes that each client should be treated with compassion and care in a supportive environment by a highly qualified clinical team.
Prior to his Regional Executive Director position, Jeffrey was the Director of Development for Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare where he helped meet the needs of communities by establishing behavior health practices throughout the eastern and western United States. Jeffrey previously served as the Director of Operations for Rogers Behavioral Health in Los Angeles. The program focused on exposure response prevention (ERP) therapy for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety, as well as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for patients diagnosed with depression.
Jeffrey has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix, a Leadership Advantage Certification from the Dale Carnegie Training Institute, and was a member of the Project Management Institute.