General Manager

Robert De Clark is the General Manager of Homewood Ravensview. He previously played a key role in developing Ravensview as Homewood Health’s Director of Facility Development for Western Canada. A former addiction and mental health outreach worker, counsellor and clinical director, Robert most recently served as vice-president of clinical services for a leading treatment facility. A respected hockey coach, Robert is also involved in wellness programs for students and young athletes, and co-founded a pioneering mental health program for junior hockey athletes - BCHL’s Talk Today program.


Interim Medical Director

Dr. Wan completed his psychiatry residency in 2016 and is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Prior to joining Ravensview he worked in psychiatric emergency services as well as acute care inpatient settings. He also served as an assistant professor at Dalhousie University and was closely involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching settings. His areas of interest include: addiction psychiatry, personality disorders, and medical education. He enjoys providing team-based collaborative care in an interdisciplinary setting.



Dr. Bianca Bucarelli is a Registered Clinical Psychologist experienced in the areas of psychological assessment, evidence-based individual and group psychotherapy, program development, and supporting interdisciplinary practice. Dr. Bucarelli has worked in inpatient hospital settings, day treatment and outpatient clinics, as well as in private practice. With her strong commitment to sharing clinical knowledge and supporting treatment excellence, Dr. Bucarelli has been routinely involved in the training and supervision of mental healthcare professionals, offered numerous seminars related to the practice of psychology, and has enjoyed serving on committees focused on improving access to quality mental health care.


Director of Nursing

Alexis Winter is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse with a Master's degree in psychiatric nursing with experience working in hospital, tertiary care and community outreach settings in and around Victoria, BC. A leader in her profession, she served as a director and the vice-chair of the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of British Columbia for four years and she has a strong track record of working with interdisciplinary health care teams both on the front lines of care and in program and systems design.


Cultural Liaison

Rebecca David, of the Pauquachin First Nation is serving as our cultural liaison. Rebecca brings to her work at Ravensview exceptional qualifications in both community leadership and addictions and mental health support. She serves on the board of directors of the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations and the board of trustees for the National Indian Brotherhood Trust. Rebecca is responsible for cultivating strong relationships with indigenous leaders, elders, communities and agencies as she works to increase Homewood’s organizational understanding of and engagement with First Nations perspectives. Rebecca is working towards helping design and deliver programs that incorporate First Nations knowledge, practices and ceremonies.



Dr. Cooper is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and a clinical associate professor in the University of British Columbia Department of Psychiatry. After completing his psychiatry training at the University of British Columbia, he practiced in the Okanagan for 17 years with a focus on establishing team-based seniors mental health programs throughout the Southern Interior. In 2006, he moved to Victoria as division head of geriatric psychiatry. In 2013, his practice shifted to adult psychiatry with an interest in psychopharmacology and neuropsychiatry. From 2010 to 2016, Dr. Cooper was the assistant program director for the UBC postgraduate psychiatry training program.


Addiction Psychiatrist

Dr. Lyn MacBeath is the founding medical director of Homewood Ravensview. She is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada with certification in addiction medicine and specific expertise in the treatment of trauma and its related disorders. She has held medical director positions in mental health and addiction treatment and she is also a clinical instructor at the University of British Columbia. Dr. MacBeath is a well-known advocate for trauma-informed practices and for ensuring that services are responsive to cultural diversity.


Addiction Physician

Dr. Johann Blignaut is a family physician with a certificate of added competence in addiction medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. He worked as a rural family physician with a wide scope of practice in Southern Manitoba before moving to British Columbia in 2020. He believes in holistic and trauma-informed care.


Prime Therapist

Craig is a registered clinical counsellor. He received a Master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University in Los Angeles. His professional experience includes working in residential addictions treatment and providing therapy in private practice. He specializes in working with trauma, addiction, and depressive and anxiety disorders. Craig has a diverse training background and utilizes an asset-based approach to help clients find healing, initiate personal growth, and learn skills for coping more effectively.


Prime Therapist

Yin-Yee is a registered clinical counsellor and veteran of the Royal Canadian Navy. Her 20 year service included deployment to Kandahar, Afghanistan. She received a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University, and her professional experience includes working with individuals struggling with substance and behavioural addictions in both residential addictions treatment and private practice settings. She is a certified sex addiction therapist, a qualification granted by the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals.


Prime Therapist

Amanda received her Bachelor’s degree in nursing from York University in Toronto. She is a registered nurse with nearly 10 years of diverse experience in Ontario and British Columbia. Amanda’s passion for service and advocacy led her to pursue further clinical experience and education in mental health and addiction. During her work in emergency psychiatric care, Amanda developed a compassionate understanding of the struggles known by individuals living with depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and BPD. While working in residential concurrent disorders treatment, Amanda connected with individuals and groups to coach life-changing skills offered in DBT and CBT. She understands the impact of trauma on one’s mental health and the role of substance use as a means to cope. She finds joy in walking with clients on their path to self-discovery, self-compassion, and ultimately, freedom.


Prime Therapist

Hayley is a registered psychiatric nurse with extensive experience working in both community and residential settings. Prior to becoming charge nurse at Ravensview, Hayley was a clinician for the assertive community treatment team in Victoria, B.C., for five years. During this time, she helped develop individualized treatment and rehabilitation plans for those suffering from severe mental illness and addiction. Working with the most vulnerable members of the community, who often face multiple barriers to treatment, has laid the foundation for her ongoing commitment to trauma-informed and client-centered care.


Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Facilitator

Andrea is a registered social worker and mental health counsellor with experience working in health care as well non-profit organizations in Canada and Australia. Andrea has always been an inquisitive person with a deep yearning to learn more about how to support and relate to people. Over a decade of experiences as a social worker, she has realized that, if she was going to learn more about the suffering of others, she needed to first learn about her own suffering. This goal of greater understanding led her to develop her own practice of deep inquiry into meditation and mindfulness. Andrea is a qualified teacher of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and received her training from the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness. She incorporates mindfulness-based interventions into her work with people, as well as into her personal life, with a dedicated personal practice.


Occupational Therapist

Tammy is a registered Occupational Therapist and graduated with a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. Her clinical experience includes: spinal cord, stroke and geriatric rehabilitation; palliative care; community-based work in rural and urban settings with persons with serious and persistent mental illness; and inpatient treatment for substance use, post-traumatic stress, and concurrent disorders. She is continually inspired by the courage and resilience of the human spirit as she partners with individuals to support them through transitions from surviving, to coping, and to thriving in the activities and roles they most value. After nearly 8 years at Homewood Health Centre in Guelph, Ontario, Tammy brings with her to Ravensview a wealth of knowledge and tools proven to effectively help clients achieve their goals within the program.


Art Therapist - DKATI

Marnie is an art therapist and a trauma, mental health, and chemical dependency counsellor with over 15 years of experience providing addictions and mental health services to individuals of all ages and abilities. She is certified in therapeutic body-Mapping and did her training with Dr. Christine Lummis in New Westminster, B.C. She specializes in art therapy for people with addictions, and works with individuals to identify and understand aspects of their identity, addiction, recovery, and trauma. Marnie has extensive experience facilitating therapeutic and psycho-educational groups, individual counselling within community health and hospital settings, and in concurrent diagnosis inpatient treatment centers. She is passionate about working with people from a client-centered, strength-based approach in a collaborative process, and fostering healthy coping through creativity.


Music Therapist

A musician since the age of five, Kirsten completed undergraduate training in music therapy at Wilfrid Laurier University, and graduate studies in music therapy at Concordia University in Montreal. Kirsten has over 24 years of clinical experience, including pediatric rehabilitation for children with physical and mental challenges, long term care for seniors with dementia, and with clients and families receiving palliative care. Her interests in research and writing have led her to contribute to the music therapy literature in Canadian and international journals. She has served on the boards of both the Canadian Association of Music Therapists and the Music Therapy Association of British Columbia. In her personal life, she enjoys performing chamber music.


Horticultural Therapist

As a certified horticulturalist and horticultural therapist, Sheila has over 25 years of experience bringing people and plants together. Presently, Sheila facilitates the Horticultural Therapy program for The Foundation at Saanich Peninsula Hospital. She also volunteers at Serenity Farm in Saanich, a community partnership providing therapeutic food growing opportunities for people who have challenges including mental illness, addictions, and/or criminal offences.


Clinical Nurse Leader

Nanette is a UBC graduate registered nurse, who has worked extensively in the field of mental health, substance use, and HIV. Nanette practices with a trauma informed lens and is dedicated to ongoing learning and leadership. She is currently working on her Masters of Nursing in leadership and education. Her passion in caring for those impacted by the social determinants of health started early on in her career when she worked at the height of the HIV epidemic, both at St Paul’s Hospital and in the downtown eastside (DTES) of Vancouver. Her work in the DTES involved a research project for the BC Center for Excellence. Nanette spent 6 years working in healthcare in Saskatoon where she also served as president for the board of AIDS Saskatoon. The last couple years of Nanette’s working career has been spent on the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams in Victoria.


Charge Nurse

Laura is a registered psychiatric nurse working as a charge nurse at Ravensview. Laura has 12 years of dedicated nursing experience. She began her career as a Licensed Practical Nurse working geriatric psychiatry. She completed additional education to become a registered psychiatric nurse before spending a year in assertive community treatment (ACT) with Island Health. Working with a trauma-informed lens and a holistic approach to nursing, Laura is dedicated and compassionate about supporting a holistic recovery for all clients at Ravensview.


Registered Dietitian

Marianne is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for health promotion, social justice, and all things food. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Simon Fraser University, and a Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition and Health from the University of British Columbia. She has worked in a variety of practice areas as a dietitian, including pediatrics, long-term care, population health, and communications. Marianne is member of Dietitians of Canada, and sits on the organizing committee for their annual national conference. Using intuitive eating principles and a patient-centered approach, Marianne works with individuals to find nourishment and enjoyment in eating and improve their relationship with food.


Clinical Administrator

Kailie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and has a passion for psychometry and research. Most recently, she worked as a behavioural interventionist for children with autism which helped her grow both professionally and personally. While at the University of Victoria, she worked as a research assistant in the Childhood Development Lab, which she found incredibly interesting and fun as she was able to fulfill her love of psychometric tests. Kailie has always wanted a career in mental health and is delighted to be a part of the Ravensview team and Homewood Health organization.


Intake Representative

Anna is an outgoing, driven individual who is devoted to helping others in initiating their journey to recovery. Before joining the team at Ravensview, Anna worked in an outpatient clinic with the province of British Columbia, for youth involved in the justice system. Being a part of a trauma-informed and client centered team inspires Anna in her work. Anna is a compassionate person who looks forward to assisting clients during their stay, as she believes that a healthy mind and healthy body are of paramount importance.