As the leader of our team, Brett has worked in the addiction field for over 16 years. He has knowledge of every department in treatment and working experience as a behavioral health tech, medical assistant, case manager, admissions coordinator/director and owner. As CEO of CVRC, he is committed to creating the premier treatment facility in North Carolina. His work and life experiences allow him to connect with those seeking help and assist his addiction treatment specialists with being the best they can be. His experience allows him the opportunity to not only help the addict/alcoholic but to also lead the facility in its daily operations. As the CEO, he is committed to providing the best services to the clients, families and staff of CVRC.
Chief Operating Officer
As Chief Operating Officer, Dara ensures that all aspects of Crest View run smoothly and that employees are carrying out the organization’s vision each and every day. Whether it’s training addiction treatment specialists, helping colleagues deliver the highest quality of care, or identifying ways that Crest View can grow and evolve, she runs a tight ship!
If you ask anyone around here, Dara truly holds the heart of our facility together. As a mother of two children, she knows how important it is for people to feel seen, valued, and loved. She genuinely and compassionately cares for each client. Dara’s favorite part of each day is meeting new clients and guiding them into their recovery journey, or helping existing clients prepare to graduate from the program. Her mission is to ensure each individual feels as though they are a member of the Crest View family forever.
Dara holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and has over 17 years of recovery. When she is not working, she enjoys hiking, running, and traveling with her husband and children.
Sarah Consbruck, MA, LCAS
Sarah is our Clinical Director and a Nationally Certified Counselor with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Sarah started her counseling career in 2011 and has worked with individuals with substance abuse problems in Boston, Pittsburgh, and Portland, OR. If she isn’t curled up on the sofa with a good book, you can find Sarah hiking the beautiful trails of the Blue Ridge Mountains or spending time with her family.
Tommy Lee, M.A.Ed., LCAS
Tommy is one of our Primary Therapist. He began working as a Substance Abuse Counselor in 1997. Tommy started his counseling career with the North Carolina Department of Corrections counseling young men ages 18-21 with addiction problems. After 3 years, Tommy transferred to a youth prison working with teenagers with substance abuse problems. He worked there for 5 years then moved into a wilderness program for substance-abusing young adults. Tommy worked there for 10 years. From the wilderness program, Tommy worked at an IOP and then a therapeutic boarding school. He began working here at Crest View Recovery Center in February 2019 where he facilitates the IOP program. During his free time Tommy enjoys hiking, camping, backpacking, Disc Golf, travelling and spending time with family and friends.
Maggie Boyle MA, LCMHC-A, LCAS-A, ATR-P
Primary Therapist, Art Therapy Facilitator
Maggie earned her Master’s Degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from Southwestern College of Santa Fe. As Crest View’s Art Therapy Facilitator and Clinician Assistant, my role serves to help clients explore the creative process as a tool for developing a larger capacity to understand oneself and the ability to heal in recovery. I also assist clients in the pursuit of finding sober hobbies and interests through organizing weekend fellowship events.
Before I start a group session, I make sure to structure the chairs in a circle, leaving a chair open for one of my dogs to lay their head on a client’s lap. River and Skye serve as my co-facilitators, offering emotional support to the community.
As a visual artist and poet, my personal practice of focusing on the process over the product in art-making serves as a means for health,clarity and empathy.
Scott Langer brings to Crest View years of professional and personal experience dealing with the disease of addiction. As an Admissions Coordinator, Scott acquired a thorough understanding of the rehabilitation business. In fighting for his own sobriety, Scott gained discipline, patience, and the wisdom of many hard-won lessons. A deep compassion fuels Scott’s dedication to helping individuals and families brave the storm of addiction. Scott enjoys the gym as an outlet as well going to see live music as much as possible.
Chanse joined Crest View early in the year of 2021. Chanse has been around the addiction field for 10+ years with a strong focus in admissions for 3 years.
Chanse comes from a family of one of four brothers. This instilled an attitude in him of “I am my brother’s keeper”. Chanse brings a no-nonsense approach to his job and life. There is nothing Chanse will not help out with. Chanse lives with his girlfriend, Marie and his 1 year old English Bull Terrier Neville.
As an admissions coordinator, I am caring and knowledgeable and help guide folks through the ins and outs of the rehab admissions process.
When not playing with his dog and working, Chanse likes to paint, hike, and listen to the Grateful Dead.
Client Care Coordinator
Brittany started at Crest View as a Behavioral Health Technician over three years ago and has since been promoted twice to Case Manager and now Client Care Coordinator. Her previous work experience within a hospital setting, dealing with clients with a variety of medical issues made Brittany the perfect choice for her new role. As Client Care Coordinator, she assists the PMH-NP with daily tasks including making sure all of our clients medical needs are taken care of while they are in treatment. Brittany ensures clients have the medications they need and are refilled when necessary. She will also handle any outside medical appointments they may have during treatment. She is organized, detailed oriented and always willing to help in any department when necessary. Having had been in various roles at Crest View has allowed her to see multiple aspects of the wonderful care that is provided here and helps her play an integral part of the “team” in order to create the best experience for each and every client.
On her free time Brittany enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband hiking and traveling. She is also a big fan of Duke Blue Devils basketball!!
Candace has been with Crest View Recovery Center for 5 years, working as a Behavior Health Technician, Lead BHT and now the Client Liaison. Candace’s experience, knowledge and dedication to our clients has helped her continue to grow within the company. She hires, trains and manages our Behavioral Health Technicians and keeps them motivated throughout their shifts! She also works with the clients to help them grow during their treatment journey. Her passion for recovery and watching the clients achieve their goals is what brings true joy to her in her position. Candace is a Certified Peer Support Specialist and is working on her certification for her CADC.
When Candace is not at Crest View Recovery Center, she enjoys spending time with her family and enjoying any outdoor activities and sports– especially softball!