Our Counselors

Making a difference — one patient, one family at a time

Camay Webber, Clinical Director

Camay received her bachelors of Art in Corporate Communication from Washburn University. There she also studied Addiction Counseling. She received a Master of Business Administration emphasizing Organizational Psychology and Development from American InterContinental University. She has a history of 18 years in the Profession of Substance Use Disorders and has technical, clinical, managed care, and administrative experience. She has experience working with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy and Medication Assisted Treatment Services. Camay is currently licensed with the BSRB as a Licensed Addiction Counselor.

Amanda Mullin, LPC

Amanda Mullin is a Counselor with Sunflower Wellness Retreat. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Saint Mary in 2014. After completing her undergraduate degree, Amanda furthered her education and earned her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Saint Mary. During this time, she focused her practicum in specializing in trauma-informed care, providing crisis stabilization and trauma-sensitive intervention to individuals who have experienced life-altering changes, trauma, or PTSD. Amanda is currently licensed with the BSRB as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is experienced working with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, STAIR therapy (Skills Training in Affect and Interpersonal Regulation), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy.

Our Staff

The backbone of any rehab program is the staff members. The hard-working individuals who run that rehab center and keep it flowing and delivering. This is the lifeblood of any successful center, and this is the key to the success of any facility. At Sunflower Wellness Retreat, we believe in this with our entire heart. A rehab center can have the best facility imaginable, in the best location, and with the best amenities; however, if the addiction treatment staff members do not work well together or do not possess the skill or experience necessary, then the overall success, vitality, and accomplishments of the rehab center will dwindle. Furthermore, a rehab center can have in it the best array of treatment programs available, but if the staff is not up to speed and capable of really delivering it, then the rehab center is in for hard times ahead.

Structurally speaking, a drug rehab center is run like almost any other organization. There is more of a family dynamic to Sunflower Wellness Retreat, but ultimately, the concept is very much the same. For example, treatment facilities have an executive and administrative staff that run the day-to-day operations. Meanwhile, professional staff members provide rehabilitation services. Additionally, there is the business side of the staff that manages the overall organization. Of course, there is also the delivery personnel themselves that actually run the services provided at the rehab center. At Sunflower Wellness Retreat in Kansas, the only difference really is that all of our addiction treatment staff, regardless of their position, works together as a cohesive family-based unit, intent on achieving the goal of rehabilitating people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol.

Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services License

The Importance of Experience

For addiction treatment services to work, the staff has to be both stellar and experienced. The staff at any rehab center in America will usually reveal decades of professional experience in the field of addiction. We at Sunflower Wellness Retreat are no different. In fact, some of our staff members are veterans of addiction treatment with multiple decades of experience in the field. Our addiction treatment staff members have all their licenses, training, and certifications. It is important to understand and remember that drug treatment facilities are state-run. Usually, the professionals who work at such facilities are subject to a stringent state credentialing process. In fact, the requirements for inpatient rehab centers are some of the most stringent and advanced out there for residential organizations.

We are proud of our incredibly knowledgeable addiction treatment staff, whose degrees including MD, MD Psychologist, RN, LPN, LAC, LMSW, MBA, MSEd Physiology, and TLAC.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration published a National Review of State Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs and Certification Standards for Substance Abuse Counselors and Prevention Professionals. It describes licensing requirements from state to state, and it is very thorough. The review actually covers the different compliance requirements that all facilities must follow. It also covers the licensing, certifications, and credentialing that staff has to have to be employed at such a facility. At Sunflower Wellness Retreat in Kansas, we are a fully licensed, Joint Commission accredited rehab program and our addiction treatment staff is up to date with their training, their certifications, their licenses, and their credentials.