Our multi-disciplinary treatment team has many years experience in behavioral health and substance abuse. We offer compassion and understanding to each individual participant. The staff consists of:
Dr. Thomas J. Andrews
Dr. Andrews has a passion for therapeutic intervention with a focus on total body health. His specialties include obstetric gynecology, addiction psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry and geriatric psychiatry. Dr. Andrews practice includes the Psychiatric Care Center, TMS Therapy and Anti-Aging Medicine, while also partnering with Mercy Medical Center, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and North American Mental Health Services. Dr. Andrews has been practicing psychiatry for three decades and has held his practice in Redding, California for the past two decades.
Karin Feamster, RN
Karin is the heart of PCC and has been with the center since its inception. Karin’s driving motivator behind the countless hours she puts into the operations of PCC is the chance to see people who feel hopeless find hope and a love for life. Outside of PCC, Karin enjoys time spent with her family, finds peace out on the green and takes pleasure in traveling the world. Karin enjoys working with a staff that exhibits professionalism and has a compassion for helping people in our community.
Nicole Castro, CATC / Educator / Case Manager
Nicole serves as our program educator and case manager. She holds a BA from Chico State and is also a Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor. Nicole is supportive of our patients efforts in turning their lives around and is always available to lend extra support, care and guidance. Nicole recently returned to the North State and is getting reconnected with all that Northern California has to offer.
Staci Bertagna, MSW, LCSW
Staci is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who serves as a therapist in our program. Staci also see’s clients on an individual basis. Staci has over a decade of experience in working with family systems, chemical dependency, mediation, sexual abuse, domestic violence, women’s issues, youth empowerment, program administration and rehabilitation. Staci is dedicated to collaborative service and has a long history of serving on multiple community boards and advisory committees, engaging in partnerships that help promote the overall health and well-being of others.
Hannah Wilson, MFTI
Hannah is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern who serves as a therapist in our mental health program. Hannah loves how the therapeutic process helps people to rediscover the truest, healthiest version of themselves. She has worked with a variety of populations, including women, troubled adolescents, and those going through life transitions. Outside of PCC, Hannah enjoys traveling, hiking, anything creative and a good cup of coffee. She is appreciative that she lives in a town surrounded by mountains with the opportunity to serve others.