Meet the Staff
Amy has served as executive director at The Friary since 2016. She is a licensed mental health counselor whose experience is broad. She started working at Lakeview Center in 2009 and has helped countless people heal from trauma. She has worked as a therapist and victim advocate and has taught Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) to local law enforcement. Amy also has worked as a liaison to the court system. She enjoys seeing people create balance in their lives. Today, Amy oversees programs and services at The Friary. She guides a compassionate team in providing evidenced-based treatments for addiction.
Sabrina received a bachelor’s degree in social work from The University of West Florida. She is new to Lakeview Center, but brings with her years of experience in child welfare, long-term care and customer service. Sabrina believes everyone deserves a second chance. She goes above and beyond to help others. Her ability to be unbiased, positive and compassionate creates an uplifting atmosphere for everyone. She believes the quote: “If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.”-Booker T. Washington
Callie believes in an integrative approach to addressing mental/emotional health needs and the overall wellbeing of the human body and spirit. She has experience working to treat a broad range of psychiatric illnesses, but has a special interest in addiction disorders and aspires to help eliminate the stigma associated with the affliction of substance abuse and related disorders. She has worked with clients varying across the board in age and background, and advocates for holistic methods in combination with pharmacological intervention, when appropriate. In her free time, Callie enjoys being active outside and exploring new destinations and cultures.
Callie Callaway is Suboxone Licensed.
Dr. P's blend of expertise and compassion ensures the best medical care available to everyone we serve. He works closely with the treatment team to make sure we provide total patient care at The Friary. "When people stop abusing drugs and alcohol it's amazing to see how the body can heal."
Jonathan started working at The Friary in 2017. He earned a master’s degree in social work in 2015. Jonathan has worked with homeless veterans and countless others in substance misuse programs. He uses a strengths-based approach to care. He abides by a quote from author Brene Brown, Ph.D., LMSW, who said, “Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.”
Tony earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida and master’s degree from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He recently completed a post-graduate Applied Behavior Analysis program from Kaplan University. Tony has worked at Lakeview Center, Inc. for 12 years. He began working with adolescents in a substance use disorder program. He later worked in the Road to Recovery program helping adults, and then transitioned to The Friary. One thing that Tony enjoys about working to help people in recovery is seeing the light of hope when individuals realize they have a way out.
In Memory of Pinkerton – a wonderful dog, and best friend
Pinkerton made the Friary her “home away from home.” She made our clients smile and served as a source of comfort during the admissions process. Pinkerton touched so many lives, with just a friendly paw. Our canine “team member” will be missed.