The experienced staff at Nova Recovery Center has developed a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation program based on a philosophy that emphasizes individualized treatment programming to address the deep underlying issues surrounding addiction, evidence-based treatment methods, and recovery support services. This method builds a strong treatment foundation for individuals in early recovery so they can heal, restore, and rebuild their lives.
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Dr. Frederic J. Wilson is a licensed MD specializing in psychiatry. He is board-certified in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and his specializations include dual diagnosis with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and behavioral problems. He received his undergraduate degree from California Lutheran University and attended medical school at Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine. His general psychiatry residency was completed with the UT Southwestern Program in Austin. He has experience at a number of facilities including Seton Shoal Creek, the University of Texas Mental Health Center, Austin State Hospital, Dell Children’s Medical Center, and more.More
Brittney has a Bachelor’s degree in behavior analysis and a Master’s degree in social work. She is an LMSW, LCDC, and a Master Addictions Counselor (MAC). Before working for Nova, Brittney was an employee at Recovery Place in Savannah, Georgia where she worked in DUI court before transitioning to the women’s residential program as the Therapeutic Childcare Coordinator. In this position, she worked with clients and their children to rebuild communication and parenting skills and improve the family dynamic. As the court liaison for the Family Dependency Therapeutic Court Program, she also met with lawyers, judges, and child welfare representatives to provide treatment reports for mothers in the program. Upon completion of her Master’s degree, Brittney transitioned to in-home care for teens struggling with addiction. She began working for Nova in August of 2016 and currently serves as a residential Clinical Counselor, facilitating process groups, individual and family therapy sessions, and chemical dependency education. Brittney is passionate about working with chronic relapse clients and she enjoys seeing sober alumni come back to share their story. In her free time, Brittney enjoys shopping, camping, hiking, yoga, playing with her dog Shane, and playing adult slowpitch softball during the summertime.More