Dr. Batterbee, M.D.

Dr. Batterbee, M.D.

Medical Director

Dr. Batterbee is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a board-certified psychiatrist and a member of the American Osteopathic Association as well as the Colorado Osteopathic Association. He holds medical licenses to practice medicine in Colorado as well as Michigan.

Paul Covelli

Paul Covelli

Executive Director

Paul was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin; in 2013 he moved to Prescott, AZ where he started and pursued his career in the field of addiction and mental health. While working in addiction counseling his passion became evident in helping others! This brought his purpose to building a team of professionals that incorporate the same passions and help families and their loved ones overcome addiction. Upon entering treatment, Paul is the first person you speak with. He plays a vital role throughout the process, by walking hand in hand with your loved ones. Paul and his team at Mountain View Recovery wake up everyday enjoying what they do by helping others. “There is no bigger reward than that.”

Miya Stafford

Miya Stafford

Director Of Operations

Miya is originally from the suburbs of Chicago where her passion for helping people began. Her childhood was spent volunteering at a local nursing home. At 17 years old she got certified to become a CNA. At 19 years old she found her love of recovery due to her family’s addiction history. Finally, at 21 years old she got sober herself. Miya has worked her way up in the treatment field. This is truly her passion and calling. She has managed a 150-bed facility in Arizona before coming to Colorado in 2019. Miya believes in empowerment, positive affirmation, compassion, and family camaraderie to recover from addiction. She is quoted often for telling clients, families, and staff to “Know Your Truth.”  

Sally Brown

Sally Brown

Clinical Director

Dr. Sally Brown has over 30 years of experience helping people overcome trauma, addiction, and mental health challenges. Sally earned a master’s and a doctorate in Clinical Social Work and a doctorate in Holistic Health. She has worked in a wide range of therapeutic settings including, psychiatric hospitals, mental health clinics, substance abuse and mental health treatments centers, and private practice. Sally has extensive experience working with trauma, substance abuse, and women’s issues and is trained in EMDR, New Decision Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Community Reinforcement Approach.

Alexandra Ryals

Alexandra Ryals

Administrative Assistant

Lexi is a Colorado native. She has studied in computer science and psychology. Her experience is Human services. Lexi has flourished in her position – which is to keep us all organized while streamlining paperwork. So, we can keep the focus on the recovery of our clients. She brings life skills, self-growth and organization to the team.

Solomon Shoemaker

Solomon Shoemaker

Senior Behavioral Health Technician

Solomon grew up on a farm in Montana and moved to Colorado after serving his country. He is a U.S. Army war veteran who toured in the middle east during Operation Enduring Freedom. Solomon enjoys all things outdoors!  We are grateful that Solomon has created an exercise program for our clients and staff who wish to participate. He believes that routine and physical health is a staple of Recovery. Some of Solomon’s greatest strengths are perseverance, kindness, baking and his work ethic. 
Tandy Heath

Tandy Heath

Senior Behavioral Health Technician

Tandy was born and raised in Georgia but she made it to Colorado as soon as she could. She is an Air Force Veteran and has her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from West Texas A&M University in Canyon Texas. She has many years of experience from many sides of addiction and has a huge heart for recovery. Her speciality is clients that come to recovery are treated as her family.

Mountain View Recovery Treatment Programs

Patient Resources

Addiction is complex, which means treatment and long-term recovery are complex. Despite this, it shouldn’t scare anyone – patients or their loved ones. It just means that treatment and recovery both require thorough and thoughtful planning.

Outpatient Program

Our outpatient program (OP) is a transition preparatory phase. It provides a minimum of nine (9) hours of weekly outpatient treatment. This involves a minimum of one (1) hour/s individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week.

Adventure Therapy

For a long time, nature has been seen as a balm to the problems we face in society. Even during pre-industrial times, people would seek out the countryside as a means to feel better. Many people have also used nature as a way to understand the world.

Trauma and Recovery

Just like physical trauma occurs, so does psychological trauma. Any number of traumatizing events occur and cause psychological trauma. A lot of people will experience trauma before or because of addiction. It’s possible for addiction to deepen...

Neurofeedback

Nobody sets out with the intention of becoming addicted to anything. Even someone making a conscious decision to try substances is not intending to become dependent, experience withdrawal, and risk overdose or death. There are numerous factors.