The Lakeview Health editorial team is responsible for all of the content we publish on our website. In addition to content creation, this means providing research, fact-checking, reviewing, and editing the wide variety of content that Lakeview Health produces. Reach out to Lakeview Health at 866.374.0561 today to learn more about our skilled team of writers, editors, and healthcare professionals.
The Lakeview Health Editorial Policy
When writing about healthcare issues, we understand how important it is to be both sensitive and accurate. This is why we make sure that each piece of content we produce is held to the highest editorial standards, both formally and in terms of the clinical accuracy of the content itself.
Our mission at Lakeview Health is to support individuals struggling with substance use disorders through their transition into recovery. We aim to express and extend that mission in each piece of content we produce by compassionately delivering scientifically accurate information our readers can trust.
We aim to ensure that our content is always evidence-based, peer-reviewed, and up-to-date.
About the Lakeview Health Editorial Team
Because we offer such a broad range of individualized treatment modalities and approaches, we believe it is essential that our editorial team represent a broad range of expertise. To this end, our editors come from a wide variety of backgrounds and represent a range of writing, research, and editing experiences both in and outside of the healthcare space. You can get to know our team by clicking on their profiles below.
Adam spent the first half of his career as an editor at National Geographic and Runner’ World magazines. He later switched over to writing marketing and advertising copy mostly in the health, fitness, and healthcare industries. For many years he was the lead writer at a large Midwestern health insurance company, where he covered topics including health and wellness coaching, member incentive programs, and mental health benefits. A lifelong runner, at 51 Adam ran a 150-mile, seven-day footrace in the Moroccan Sahara whilst transporting all his food in a backpack. (The race supplied water and tents. And blister medicine.) Since 2017, Adam has run his own marketing and messaging company.
Andrew Johnson is a therapist at Lakeview Health. He earned his bachelor’s in political science from Middle Tennessee State University and a second bachelor’s in psychology from Tennessee State University. He received his master’s in addictions counseling from Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addictions Studies. Prior to joining Lakeview, Andrew worked in addiction intensive outpatient and detox programs. He is a Certified Addictions Professional and Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Andrew has been trained in 12-Step Facilitation, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
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Hailey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Social Welfare from the University of North Florida. Hailey started her career journey at Lakeview Health in January of 2020 as an Aftercare Coordinator. She enjoys helping individuals find the resources they need to continue their recovery journey. Hailey is dedicated to empowering women of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life to reach their full potential.
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Isabella Motta, CRC, started with Lakeview in 2019. Her passion for helping others stems from her own recovery journey. As a certified recovery coach, she serves as a role model, advocate, and mentor to recovering individuals.
Isabella moved to Jacksonville in 2018 from Waycross, Georgia. She moved to start a new life, to learn and grow in her sobriety, and to care for her family. Isabella has volunteered in leadership roles with many organizations including United Way, Feeding Northeast FL, Salvation Army, local nursing homes and churches, and within her recovery community.
In her spare time, Isabella likes to work out, travel, cook unique recipes, spend time outdoors, practice yoga and meditation, and play the ukulele. Isabella loves spending time with her family, friends, three dogs, and her girlfriend who is also in recovery.
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Jessica works to ensure all patients are set up for success in and out of treatment. As a part of the aftercare team, Jessica arranges continued treatment and ensures all clients have the resources they need to continue to work on themselves and their recovery. Jessica’s hands-on involvement with patients gives her the insight and rapport to best understand their needs and establish an aftercare plan individually tailored to each patient. Her dedication to detail enables a well-rounded, holistic approach to patient care.
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