About Us

Dr. Eric A. Levine, Executive Director

Dr. Eric A. Levine assumed the role of Executive Director in August of 2013. Eric has been working with individuals with disabilities for almost thirty years and has served the community in a variety of capacities. Eric is and will always see himself as a teacher. He began his career as a special education teacher and eventually became a principal and a Director of Education.  He oversaw a number of schools for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disabilities. In 2004, he opened his own educational consulting business and has represented hundreds of children and families in the Washington and Baltimore metropolitan areas in search of appropriate services. He has also provided technical compliance consultation to several residential treatment centers and served as an adjunct professor for the George Washington University.


Caroline D. Cantrell, LCSW-C, Clinical Director

Caroline Cantrell obtained a bachelors of science degree in Psychology from Gardner-Webb University in 1997.  In 2000, Caroline graduated Cum Laude from the University of South Carolina with a Masters in Social Work.  She currently holds advanced clinical Social Work licenses in both South Carolina and Maryland.

Caroline spent the last eleven years as the Director of Assessment for the Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, a 112-bed private psychiatric health facility in Greer, South Carolina.  She was very involved with the mental health efforts in SC, and continues her involvement in Maryland.  Caroline accepted the position as Clinical Director for ClearView Communities in late 2012. www.linkedin.com/pub/caroline-cantrell/12/641/b2a 



Dr. Michael Knable, DO, FAPA, Medical Director

Michael Knable is Medical Director for ClearView Communities and President of Bethesda Behavioral Sciences, a private practice of clinical and forensic neuropsychiatry. Other current positions include Medical Director for inpatient services at Suburban Hospital, Member of the District of Columbia Commission on Mental Health, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Formerly, Dr. Knable held positions as Executive Director of the Stanley Medical Research Institute and at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Knable has authored more than 60 publications on basic and clinical aspects of neuropsychiatric diseases.