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Tracy Levine, LCSW

Executive Director


 Tracy Levine joined TWTC in March 2018 with over 25 years of direct service, clinical, and administrative experience with private non-profit agencies including SOS Children’s Villages Illinois, ChildServ and Lawrence Hall.


An analytical and strategic leader, Mrs. Levine is a results oriented problem solver with strong collaborative relationships in the public, private, and academic sectors as well as an accomplished trainer and clinician, having been a guest speaker, presenter, and field instructor for schools of Social Work and Psychology. She is dedicated to developing programs and improving practice and passionate about effecting positive outcomes for women, children and families.



Mrs. Levine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Illinois and a certified (ACSW) member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). She received both her Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Michigan and a certificate in Non-Profit Management through the Executive Leadership Institute (Alliance for Children & Families and University of Michigan Schools of Social Work and Business).




Terri Davis, LCSW

Clinical Director


Terri Davis joined TWTC in 2016 and oversees all of the various onsite services, including TWTC’s detoxification, residential, recovery homes, and outpatient, parenting, and childcare programs.


Mrs. Davis began her career working with teen mothers that were in the care of the state. She has over 15 years of experience in a variety of settings working with diverse populations of clients. She has worked with children, young adults, elder adults, individuals, and families. Ms. Davis has an extensive background in community mental health, working with homeless individuals and families struggling with trauma, addiction, and mental health symptoms. She has embraced the notion that the client is the expert in their life and through their conversations and sharing what the experience means to them; she has learned how to collaborate with them to give understanding to their experiences. Her position as appreciative ally allows for the concepts of accountability and transparency to guide her practice.


Terri Davis holds a Master’s Degree of Social Work from Governors State University, and received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Purdue University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Illinois.





 Lionel Barberousse, Jr., M.D.

Medical Director

As the Medical Director of The Women’s Treatment Center (TWTC), Dr. Lionel Barberousse supervises the physicians who provide medical services and monitoring of TWTC clients. Among his clinical duties are medical management of TWTC’s Detoxification unit, Residential Treatment units, and the Outpatient Methadone Maintenance programs. 


Dr. Barberousse, Jr. holds an undergraduate degree from University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana and earned his doctorate in Medicine from Finch University of Health Science/The Chicago Medical School.  He completed his internship and residency at the Loyola-Provident Family Practice Residency Program in Maywood, Illinois.


"As with all practices in medicine, I find it rewarding to observe what the women are learning about themselves to make positive changes for their lives.  As a result I am a better medical provider in aiding them to achieve their goals".





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