Craig Miner

VP of Quality Improvement & Learning
MA, LPC, CRAADC, CCDP-D, MARS

Craig S. Miner received his bachelor of arts degree with distinction in Psychology from the University of Kansas and his master of arts degree with honors in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University.  He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Reciprocal Advanced Alcohol Drug Counselor, a Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional – Diplomate and a Medication Assisted Recovery Specialist in Missouri.  Craig’s role here at Bridgeway Behavioral Health is as our Vice President of Quality Improvement and Learning.  Additionally, Craig works as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Saint Louis University and Washington University teaching courses in substance abuse interventions.  Craig currently serves on the Missouri Credentialing Board and had previously served on the Missouri Committee for Professional Counselors.  He has 20 plus years experience in the behavioral health field working in social/medical detoxification, residential, outpatient, and methadone maintenance settings as a clinician, case manager, supervisor, program director, and project manager most specifically with substance abuse and co-occurring disorder populations.  His current focus is on organizational change, technology transfer and quality improvement.  His true passion is to move Science to Service while assisting colleagues become more comfortable and confident utilizing best- and evidence-based practices to help those we serve achieve recovery and their “happy” life goals.