Dr. Matylewicz is a board-certified addiction medicine physician, Diplomate to the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM) and Diplomate of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOSP). He is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Society (POMA) and American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Certified in healthcare management, Dr. Matylewicz is also an associate professor at two medical colleges in the United States. In 1996, he received a Doctor in Osteopathic Medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1996. After serving in the U.S. Army, Dr. Matylewicz opened a medical practice in southern Pennsylvania. He treats all aspects of addiction medicine with an interest in prescription opiate dependence. His past roles have also including national speaking tours providing education about pharmaceuticals and serving on several medical advisory boards. Dr. Matylewicz has a tremendous passion for helping those struggling with addiction and he is exceptionally caring and compassionate in interactions with Clarity Way clients.
Jack received his BA in psychology from the University of Maryland and his MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University. Jack is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is a Master Trainer in Life Space Crisis Intervention and has developed and presented workshops at the University of Maryland, the University of Pittsburgh and Johns Hopkins University. Prior to coming to Clarity Way, Jack served as the Director of Clinical and Behavioral Training for the Foundation Schools where he worked with troubled youth. Jack is passionate about helping people find their path to recovery and believes this is best achieved through a collaborative, holistic treatment process that empowers clients to make the changes they need to live healthy, successful, fulfilling lives.
David has over 35 years of hands-on experience as a Psychotherapist, providing both individual and group therapy sessions. His field of expertise lies in Psychodrama, which he utilizes in both individual and group settings. Through Psychodrama, David is able to expose clients to a new way of viewing themselves and their decisions through a very specialized medium. Psychodrama assists in effectively addressing the underlying issues of those clients struggling with dual diagnosis and process addictions, as well as clients who have experienced trauma. David has his Masters of Social Work (MSW) and is also a Certified Trainer, Educator, and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy (TEP).
Kate is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with a Bachelor of Social Work from McDaniel College and a Master of Social Work (MSW) from University of Maryland. She has been in the addictions field for over 12 years and has experience working with clients upon admission as an intake counselor and throughout treatment, as a family therapist. Kate has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings and focuses on helping clients to realize their potential and self-worth. Her knowledge of addiction and her clinical experience addressing underlying traumas help her to assist clients in identifying and treating the issues each is struggling with.
Alex earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University. She is trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and has experience engaging clients with dual diagnosis in identifying their underlying issues related to their addiction. At Clarity Way, Alex assists clients in discovering their distinct strengths and uncovering alternative ways to handle life stressors. Alex also works with clients to develop plans that will benefit them in recovery. These plans are developed on an individual basis to help clients achieve their long and short term goals and continue the holistic lifestyle upon leaving Clarity Way.
Laura earned her undergraduate degree at Monmouth University and her Master’s in Art Therapy and Counseling from Drexel University. Laura has previous experience facilitating art therapy in inpatient psychiatric facilities, special education and behavioral schools, as well as hospice. Laura utilizes both art as therapy and art psychotherapy approaches with clients to help foster self-awareness, explore conflict, reduce anxiety, develop self-regulation, and enhance social skills and self-esteem.p>
Katrina has been with Clarity Way since 2010 and has been a licensed nurse practitioner since 2006. Prior to joining the Clarity Way drug rehab team, she worked at a residential group home with patients receiving court-ordered care from a state mental hospital. In addition to overseeing our nursing department, Katrina conducts CPR certifications for all of our staff. She will complete her associate degree in nursing in December 2017.
Jessica earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Millersville University. Prior to joining Clarity Way drug rehab, she worked as a counselor in an inpatient psychiatric unit. Jessica has also worked with people struggling with a dual diagnosis and/or severe mental illness in partial hospitalization programs. She is specially trained in cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy.
Bevin provides moment-to-moment recovery support to our clients. She connects with them daily via phone or in-person to talk through any issues they are having. Bevin holds family phone sessions, oversees drug testing, provides weekly client reports, and manages our Clarity Way monitoring program, which provides sober coaching for clients in aftercare. Bevin also runs Clarity Way drug rehab’s 12-step program and facilitates art and recreational classes with clients. Her own recovery and desire to help others inspired her career path. She says that if she’s helped just one person with their recovery, it’s all worth it.
Kristin brings extensive clinical and administrative expertise to her role as executive director. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Towson University as well as a master’s of business administration with a specialization in human resources management from Capella University. Kristin has a professional in human resources certification and is a licensed professional counselor. Prior to her position as executive director, she held several leadership roles with human services agencies including organizations helping those with disabilities and people in crisis. Kristin also worked for 10 years as an individual and family therapist. She says she’s always had a passion for helping people, and having seen the negative impacts of substance abuse feels honored to help people find their recovery path.