Jeremy has been in the field of substance use treatment since August of 2018, prior to that he was in the field of emergency medicine for 24 years. After spending 10 years as a firefighter paramedic he transitioned to the field of substance use. Jeremy has a passion for working with first responders and volunteers for Safe Call Now which is a referral line for first responders to call when they are struggling. Jeremy is working on his Bachelors in counseling with an emphasis on substance use through Grand Canyon University.
Jeanette Revay, ARNP
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
I was born in Butte, Montana and grew up in Seattle, WA and Pendleton, OR. I graduated high school at Thomas Jefferson in Federal Way, WA. I graduated my first degree in nursing from Blue Mountain CC.
I started my career in the hospital working in med surg surgery, ER and OB. While going to school for my graduate program in psychosocial nursing first at St. Martin’s University and then the UW, I worked as a house supervisor and nurse manager for the sisters of Providence. I then became one of the first Nurse Assists in Surgery on just one of my entrepreneurial projects. After receiving my graduate degree, i opened a private practice which is still growing in Olympia, WA. My husband Joseph and I live in Lacey. We have 7 grown children, 17 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren who are the center of our lives.
Heidi Krotzer, E-RYT500, YACEP
After turning her life around and getting sober on April 6, 2009 Heidi has been sharing her recovery experience with other addicts, along with her extensive yoga training in treatment centers for years. Heidi merged the tradition of yoga philosophy and movements to help newly recovering individuals begin the connection and understand how the body plays a big part in learning to live a better life. Yoga and recovery go hand in hand to Heidi, and she is excited to help others and break the stigma of what society thinks yoga AND recovery mean. Heidi has the E-RYT500 and YACEP certifications.
Pashia Braunesreither is the Office Manager at Bayview Recovery. She has over 10 years of administration experience and background in medical billing. She has been working in the recovery field for two years and appreciates working in an environment focused on helping people. In her free time Pashia enjoys spending time with her family.
SDPT Primary Therapist
Johnny was born in Selma, Alabama in 1953, he faced racism most of his life, but there was a positive when he got to meet Dr. King, John Lewis, Jesse Jackson, and got to March for his freedom.
Johnny came from a family of alcoholics, his father died in his 40’s and all his brothers also died from complications from alcoholism. Johnny became an alcoholic and addict in 1981. He had an opportunity to move to Washington state and start over. It took 7 years, and things got worse before they got better. In 1988 he made a decision to stop using drugs and alcohol.
He will celebrate 34 years of sobriety in 2022. He started working on the Hill Top with the Logos program in 1989 getting addicts into treatment and off the street. He went through Pierce College for his degree and has been working in the field in all modalities throughout the years. He enjoys helping those who have been broken by this disease.
Duane Serrano, SUDPT
Duane was born and raised in California until moving to Washington State in 1990. Prior to entering into the Substance Abuse field, he was a construction worker until he was injured from an unexpected accident that led him to substance abuse. His passion for helping others stems from the help he received himself. As a recovering alcoholic and addict, his goal is to help break the cycle of addiction through counseling and therapy. Helping those who don’t have the strength to help themselves. He has a degree in Human Services with the focus on Chemical Dependency and is working on his Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science with a focus on Trauma. He is also an active member and player of the CSSA (Clean and Sober Softball Association) and CSNSA (Clean and Sober National Softball Association) Organizations. Where their main purpose is to have fun and stay sober doing it.
Luis Medina, SUDPT
Bio Coming Soon!
Persephanee Rodriguez, SUDP
Evening IOP Counselor
Persephanee was born in Southern California right outside of Los Angeles. She moved to Spokane, Washington in November 2015 to attend Eastern Washington University. She has been in the field of counseling since February of 2017. Persephanee is currently finishing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has obtained an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and she completed a graduate program in Addiction Studies at Eastern Washington University in 2017. Persephanee has a passion for working with people and enjoys empowering clients to be the best they can be in their own recovery.
Anne Finley, SUDPT
Anne was raised right here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, though she spent many years living in Southern California, she finally came back home to stay. She has been in the medical field for over 20 years and in the substance abuse field since September 2017 where she has done everything from intake coordinator to sponsor and manager for an OTP clinic.
Anne grew up in a family riddled with substance use. She harnesses her passion and drive to help everyone she can to understand the disease of addiction and find a healthy life in recovery. She brings out of the box thinking with excitement and energy in all that she does in order to help her clients succeed.
In her free time she can usually be found running things over and off-roading in her jeep.
Dr. David Cundiff, MD
Dave Cundiff, MD, MPH is an experienced leader in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment. He works with patients suffering from Substance Use Disorder to evaluate their medication needs and prescribe treatments accordingly. In addition, he regularly participates in all-staff debriefing sessions involving peers, nurses, and other prescribers. He also reviews and advises on policies, procedures, and techniques for treating substance use disorder.
Angela Frye, LMHC, SUDP
Angela has been dedicated to the field of recovery and healing from substance abuse since 2003. During her career journey, Angela has worked on various care models in Washington State that were dedicated to diversity and inclusion, clinical quality, transitions, and holistic personal care, which aimed to optimize health outcomes and seamless care along the healthcare continuum. Angela has experience in caring for at-risk adolescents, adults, families, and marginalized patient populations with mental illness and homelessness. Since 2013, Angela has served in several leadership roles prioritizing continual process improvement and clinical quality of care aimed at treating co-occurring clients. She loves helping her communities and industry at large to bring awareness to treating addiction and educate others about mental health. She is passionate about collaborating on new ways of working to advocate for the client and their support systems suffering from the burden of addiction and mental health issues. Angela has a Master’s in Addiction Counseling and has been a licensed mental health counselor in Washington State since 2020.
Don’t let addiction control you or your loved one any longer. We go out of our way to make sure our programs are as accessible as possible. We also work hard to ensure every client can get through treatment whether they have rehab insurance coverage or not. Call Bayview Recovery today at 855.478.3650 for more information on how we can help!