SeaView is a nationally accredited behavioral health provider whose mission is to provide community-based services that strengthen families, foster self-sufficiency and enhance quality of life. SeaView is led by a team of professionals who are passionate about access to mental health care, freedom from addiction, and building healthy families.
David serves as the Psychiatrist at SeaView. He is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He went to medical school in Saba, Dutch West Indies and completed his Psychiatry residency in Fargo, ND. Dr. Mack then practiced in Bismarck, ND working in the outpatient and inpatient setting, serving clients with dual diagnosis and Mental Health needs. Dr. Mack has also worked as a Consult Liaison as well as in Emergency Psychiatry. His background ranges from crisis situations to serving individuals who just needed therapy around everyday life stressors. Dr. Mack believes that healing can be found within the community that surrounds the individual. He believes there are five main areas that help create happiness in life; relationships, meaningful work, hobbies, spirituality, and community. Dr. Mack has a strong desire to help people engage in their communities, while working with psychotherapy and medications. At SeaView, Dr. Mack provides psychiatry services to adolescents and adults with both mental health and substance use disorders.
Jeffery Neaves, LPC, NCC
Jeffery serves as the Behavioral Health Director at SeaView. He earned a Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Montevallo and has pursued additional training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Creative Arts Therapies (CATP), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). He has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in settings ranging from hospitals to outpatient clinics. A self-described “educator at heart,” he views knowledge as the key to helping all of us as we work to improve our situation and our increase upon our quality of life. Witnessing our clients and their families regain hope from hopelessness is among the biggest rewards of Jeffery’s role as a Behavioral Health Director & Therapist.
Kara Lockwood, OTD
Kara Lockwood, OTD, serves as the Director of Admissions at SeaView. She completed her Occupational Therapy doctorate degree in 2016 and has facilitated physical and behavioral health rehabilitation since. She has enjoyed working in a variety of settings as it has allowed her to observe the full therapeutic process. She strongly believes in the holistic health approach and the importance of connecting with people in all areas of their lives to truly help make a difference. Her favorite part of the job is witnessing people believing in themselves as they make progress toward their goals. In her free time, she enjoys wildlife, traveling, hiking, sports and spending time with friends and family.
Amanda Machi, M.A.
Amanda serves as the AMHR Clinical Supervisor at SeaView. She completed her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of San Francisco in 2019. Her previous experience has been working in an inpatient setting with individuals undergoing medical treatment. Amanda specializes in working with adults with severe mental diagnoses. She takes a strengths-based approach to empower people’s growth.
Steven Hess, MA
Steven serves as the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team Leader at SeaView. Steven has worked in the human services field for over seven years, and as a therapist for over two. He has years of experience working in low socioeconomic status areas in North Philadelphia and providing care for persons who are dually diagnosed with substance use disorders and mental health disorders. Steven usually operates from an attachment and trauma-based theoretical orientation. He uses experiential, somatic, strengths-based, and EMDR style interventions.
Gina Catley, LMSW
Gina serves as a Behavioral Health Clinician at SeaView. Gina graduated from the University at Albany, NY in 2018 with a MSW. She enjoys facilitating therapy groups and helping individuals process trauma. Gina is passionate about helping individuals make connections between past experiences and current challenges. She enjoys working with a variety of individuals from a variety of different backgrounds. Gina enjoys coming up with creative ways to help individuals heal.
Rachel Costin, Ed.S., NCC
Rachel serves as a Behavioral Health Clinician at SeaView. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2019 with a Specialist in Education in Professional Counseling. Rachel uses play and art interventions in work with children, adults, and families. She utilizes knowledge of developmental psychology and attachment theory to form treatment plans on a case by case basis. Rachel is trained in Somatic and Attachment-Focused EMDR.
Anna Baylis-Reynolds, MSW, LCSW
Anna serves as a Behavioral Health Clinician at SeaView and is Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Alaska and Alabama. She graduated in 2003 & 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Social Work, from Barry University, Miami Shores, FL. Anna also attended the University of Miami Continuing Studies program and received and Associate degree in Addiction Studies. She has extensive experience in leading behavioral health groups and individual treatment utilizing evidenced-based guidelines for best practice. Clinically, she specializes in substance use disorders, the treatment of trauma, gender-specific treatment, domestic violence, anxiety, depression and holds international certification for substance use disorders in adult and adolescent populations. Anna’s preferred methods are CBT, DBT, Narrative and Client-Centered approach. Anna is dedicated to the facilitation for change, growth, restoration and the empowerment of all of those that she serves.
Kerri Tobin, LMSW
Kerri serves as a Behavioral Health Clinician at SeaView. Kerri graduated from CUNY Hunter College in 2019 with a Master’s in Clinical Social Work. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in outpatient mental health and substance use clinics. Kerri has collaborated with individuals, families, and groups to address concerns including depression, anxiety, anger management, addiction, and conflict in relationships. She utilizes a strengths-based approach and evidence-based practices to empower clients to reach their goals. Kerri creates a supportive, non-judgmental environment for exploring thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to facilitate positive change.