Selena Stockley is Executive Director at Serenity View, where she is responsible for overseeing the 40-bed facility, managing employees and ensuring the quality of patient care. She brings over 20 years of experience in various behavioral health areas that include business development, environment of care and residential care. Prior to joining Serenity View, Selena served as the Chief Executive Officer at Rolling Hills Hospital in Ada, Oklahoma, a facility offering acute detox and residential services, which grew from 44 to 108 beds under her leadership. Before that, she worked as the Chief Operations Officer for Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health in Tulsa, Oklahoma that provided behavioral health care services to children and adolescents. Selena is a compassionate leader who values the lessons she learns from each person she encounters and truly believes in the value of serving others. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.
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Serenity View Recovery Center is located in Princeton, Texas, north of Dallas on 43 acres of beautiful land, providing a serene setting for adult men and women suffering with substance use and co-occurring disorders. The residential treatment facility offers a full continuum of care including on-site medical detox, residential, and outpatient services. The cozy, southwestern-style facility boasts an expanse of land that offers patients the tranquil splendor of peace and serenity, while offering a modern environment and all of the amenities one could need to support their journey to recovery.
Serenity View Recovery Center Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- 12-Step, SMART & Celebrate Recovery
While the 12-Step self-help approach to recovery is widely utilized in Texas, this approach does not suit everyone in treatment for addiction. Serenity View offers SMART Recovery and Celebrate Recovery as two alternatives, one based in science and the other based in Christian-faith. Having options for all treatment needs and lifestyles is an important aspect of Serenity View's individualized approach to care.
- Personal Trainers & Mind-Body Wellness
With a state-of-the-art fitness center and gym, two personal trainers, and a dietitian on staff, patients at Serenity View will be able to develop an exercise regimen and dietary plan with one-on-one sessions to address their individual nutritional and fitness needs. Having an exercise routine in place after treatment can be lifesaving as it keeps people healthy and focused on healing while providing an outlet to deal with stressors and triggers they may encounter in day-to-day life.
- Spiritual Support
Serenity View offers spiritual support for patients who wish to incorporate their religious beliefs into their treatment program. Many people find strength in their faith and benefit from having their religious practice go hand-in-hand with recovery. Texas offers spiritual support through the services of a pastoral counselor who can guide patients spiritually whether Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish. There are two hours of worship on Sunday and Bible study offered Monday and Wednesday nights, but the pastoral counselor will also offer non-denominational spiritual groups.
- Sexual Trauma/Sex Addiction
With a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist on staff, Serenity View is able to address a history of sexual trauma or sex addiction that may be an underlying cause of a substance use disorder.
- Caters to the Needs of Executives and Professionals in Recovery
Texas is able to cater to the needs of executives, professionals, and business owners in treatment who may need to check work emails and attend meetings during treatment in order to stay on track in their work. This outside contact must be approved by the clinical team and the patient's primary therapist, but Texas will absolutely work with patients so that they may maintain their livelihood even in treatment.
I got my treatment from Sunspire Health Texas; I feel comfortable and, with confidence, I can say that it turned my life around for good. I spent a month there and it was a very rewarding experience. I rate my therapist, as excellent; she provided me with tools to better understand who I was. My therapist is the Clinical Director and I was fortunate to have therapy and counseling from her. It was really an eye opener for me. The therapy staff is excellent and has in-depth knowledge and understanding of the problems that addicts and alcoholics face. Some of the therapists also act as family counselors and are highly qualified, and get involved and sincerely work with the patient and families to help reach a harmonious, mutual understanding by setting up phone calls and family days. The treatment program is rigorous with AA- and NA-meetings, excellent counselors who know the 12-step program, class book studies, sharing past events in life with other patients, and 12-step work. The patients have their daily morning and evening meetings with a staff member monitoring the meeting but not interfering. There are doctors and nursing staff who are kind and very well informed. The lectures on nutrition are excellent, along with a gym and trainers. The cafeteria staff is excellent with providing different food choices and more importantly, dishing out generous portions. There is a staff [member] to help the patient locate a sober-living place to continue the ongoing successful recovery process after the treatment. Jena is good at keeping track of the alumni, and she sends out an invitation for alumni to participate in the activities in Sunspire Health after the patients have left the treatment. I will recommend to anyone who is interested in transforming their life for the better.Kumar, Texas Alumni 2017
When I first arrived at Sunspire, I was broken, confused and scared to death. I am not a small person, and I often use this to my advantage. The staff at Sunspire never batted an eye and accepted me as I was. They showed me love and compassion even when I had none for myself. What I experienced was a long journey of learning things about myself and how to accept and get beyond all of my hang-ups and setbacks. I was also introduced to AA. [In AA], I discovered there is fun and excitement in recovery through the 12 steps and having a Higher Power. At Sunspire, I was surrounded by a loving and caring staff who led by example and showed me that my recovery is an action and gave me the tools for my success. Thank you Sunspire for saving my life, my spirit and my All!Brian, Texas Alumni 2017
Selena Stockley - Executive Director
Manoela Denman, MD - Medical Director
Manoela Fonseca Denman, MD, is the Medical Director of Serenity View and is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who has been active in the field of behavioral health for nearly two decades. As Medical Director, Dr. Denman oversees the quality of care for patients and manages the medical staff, ensuring that the treatment programs are exceeding clinical standards. Dr. Denman is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish and completed her Residency in Psychiatry (2014) and a Fellowship in Child Psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (2016). Previously, she completed Fellowships in Psychiatric Genetics and Neuroimaging of Mood Disorders at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (2006-2008). She graduated from medical school in 2001 at the School of Medicine, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil and completed her residency in psychiatry at the Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Clinical Director - Delise Morris, MBS, LPC - Clinical Director
Before joining Serenity View as Clinical Director, Delise worked as the Director of Admissions at Serenity View, supervising admissions, completing utilization review, helping with discharge planning, facilitating multi-disciplinary team meetings and networking within the community. Prior to Serenity View, Delise was an admissions coordinator at Caron Texas. She has also worked as a psychometrician in various behavioral health settings and offered private practice counseling. She received her MBS degree in community counseling at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and her bachelor's in psychology from Texas Tech University. Delise has a passion for working with patients and their families to provide a healthy environment for patients to thrive in their recovery, as well as mentoring and supporting a clinical team.
Jennifer Freeze - Director of Operations
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