Angela has been in the field of drug abuse treatment and prevention since 2002. She obtained her chemical dependency professional license in 2004 and most recently a Master’s of Science in Addiction Counseling in 2016. She has an extensive background working in a variety of treatment modalities in both out-patient and in-patient settings. Angela also has previous experience in the mental health field to include crisis stabilization and reintegration serving the greater Seattle area. In the past seven years, Angela has held a variety of leadership roles cultivating her addiction treatment staff in the needs of an ever-growing population of people experiencing drug and alcohol use disorders as well as behavioral addictions. She takes great pride in not only mentorship but also serving the local community of Tacoma to improve the lives of those and their families affected by chemical dependency and mental health disorders.
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.
John “Trent” Gray, MA, CDP, LMHCA, MHP, CCTP
Trent Gray earned his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University Seattle. He is a Washington State Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional and Mental Health Counselor Associate. He is a Washington State DBHR Certified Mental Health Professional and International Association of Trauma Professionals Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Before Moving to Washington and the Tacoma area, Trent live in Europe where he had a long career in the performing arts. Trent joined the clinical addiction treatment staff as a primary therapist in September.
Cimberleigh McLean, LSWAIC, CDPT, MHP, DVC
Cimberleigh earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Arizona State University. Certified in cognitive behavioral therapy, and well versed in trauma informed care, she has been working as a counselor in the fields of mental and behavioral health, chemical dependency, and domestic violence. Cimberleigh comes with experience in working in multiple treatment modalities including community metal health for co-occurring disorders. Cimberleigh has been active in the local Tacoma community, taking a role in several agencies geared at protecting the vulnerable populations.
Kayleigh Jamison graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a concentration in substance abuse. She is currently obtaining my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University of Seattle. Kayleigh is also a CDPT with more than six years of experience working in the field of mental health. As a therapist, Kayleigh knows psychological healing can be a lot like physical healing. It’s an ongoing, natural process to grow in stages over time, rather than a one-time “big bang” moment. Her job as a therapist is to help people acknowledge, experience, and successfully thrive in the realities of life.
Stephanie Michelson, CDPT
Evening IOP Therapist
Stephanie leads our evening intensive outpatient group. She was born and raised in the Puyallup area. Stephanie will be graduating with her Associate’s degree in Social Services/Mental Health from Pierce College this summer. She will be attending the University of Washington in the fall.
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.
Robin Sehmel, CDP
Robin Sehmel was born and raised in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She graduated from Tacoma Community College with an Associates Degree in Applied Sciences and Chemical Dependency Degree. She is currently enrolled at Brandman University working on her Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Robin has worked in the Chemical Dependency field since 2012. She has been clean and sober since June 25, 2010. Robin is passionate about assisting others in overcoming life’s obstacles with addiction and helping them restore their lives. She actively volunteers in her community and believes that by paying forward the gift of restoration is the secret to success.
Amber Rice came to Bayview as a recent graduate from The University of Washington with a Bachelor’s in criminal justice with former education in Biology and Biomedical sciences. Amber’s previous experience ranges in both the medical and dental fields. Prior to Bayview Amber worked in community based and system-based advocacy for victims of Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault, as a crisis intervention advocate. Amber has performed through her volunteer work in a variety of departments based on advocating for the vulnerable populations. Amber is ex cite to join the Bayview Recovery addiction treatment staff and help others towards Health and Wellness and overall to rebuild self-esteem, hope and have a sense of equity and inclusion. Amber is an active member in her community through civic/community engagement in Tacoma, Wa. and welcomes each client to Bayview.
Director of Operations
Jeremiah Dunlap is the Director of Operations at Bayview Recovery Center. He is a Father, Avid Seattle Seahawks fan and has built strong roots in the Recovery Community in the Pacific Northwest. Jeremiah entered the field of addiction recovery in 2006 and truly believes in a holistic approach to addiction recovery. After overcoming a long strenuous battle with addiction himself, he found a passion for helping others and entered the field as a counselor. He has an extensive background in Substance Abuse Treatment, Leadership, Quality Assurance, Program Management and Client Care. Jeremiah oversees the Residential Program and works vigorously with the Medical and Clinical Departments to ensure successful operation of the programs offered at Bayview Recovery. He has focused his education on Human Services and Psychology and is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, SMART Recovery Facilitation. Moral Reconation Therapy, ADIS, ACES, T4C and Clinical Supervision. He has experience as a Therapist, Jail Re-entry Program Director, Family Liaison, Clinical Director, Quality Assurance Manager, Human Resources Manager and Housing Program Director. Jeremiah believes that no matter how rough a person’s situation is, there is always hope for personal growth and overcoming life’s obstacles. He believes motivation, dedication and support is the key to successfully living a life of recovery.
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.
Residential Program Manager
Billy has been working with Bayview Recovery since its opening in early 2018. He is extremely passionate about helping others on their personal journeys toward Recovery and personal growth. He learned through his own recovery that support, structure, and integrity are vital in order to be successful, and he strives every day to provide these same principles to the clients here at Bayview Recovery. Billy enjoys sports, and is an avid Seattle Seahawks and Mariners fan. He enjoys nature and hiking new areas in the Beautiful Pacific Northwest. He finds these activities to be therapeutic for him, and therefore promotes our clients to open their eyes and to enjoy our breathtaking surroundings here in Tacoma, Washington.