Claudy Corvil | Adminstrator
Claudy Corvil is the clinic administrator at Zion Medical Treatment Center.
Claudy attended Century College and received his AS in Human Services.
He attended Bethel University, Saint Paul, and received a B.A. in Christian Ministry Theology, and is currently pursuing a LADC program to become a licensed counselor.
While working as a Lead Supervisor in a Halfway House, Claudy discovered his passion for Mental Health and Rehabilitation. He also served as a worship Pastor and led his ministry worldwide through social media, to help people make wise and reasonable decisions. In his spare time, Claudy enjoys being outdoors, exercising, reading, meditating, and spending time with friends and family.
Bryan Schwieters M.D.
Dr. Bryan Schwieters was born and raised in the Twin Cities. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from St. John’s University. He attended medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada and did his clinical rotations in New York. After graduating from medical school in 2003, Dr. Schwieters completed his residency in 2007 at the Hennepin-Regions Psychiatry Training Program in the Twin Cities.
Following residency, Dr. Schwieters started his private practice and did inpatient psychiatry. Currently, Dr. Schwieters is doing outpatient Clinic work.
Dr. Schwieters is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and his areas of interest and experience include, but are not limited to, Addiction Medicine, Traumatic Brain Injury, Geriatric Psychiatry, Sports Psychiatry, and Forensic Psychiatry. At Zion Medical Treatment Center Dr. Schwieters specializes in Mental Health assessments and TMS treatment.
Jacob Minnig | Psychotherapist | LADC
Jacob Minnig serves as a Psychotherapist at Zion Medical Treatment Center. He holds a B.S. in Exercise Science with a minor in Athletic Coaching from the University of Wisconsin River Falls. He also holds certificates in Personal Training and Exercise Physiology from the American College of Sports Medicine. After achieving these credentials, Jacob pursued a master’s degree in clinical Mental Health and Substance Abuse Addiction from Adler Graduate School. Currently, Jacob is under supervision to become a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC) in the state of Minnesota, where he is already a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC).
Jacob has always had a strong passion for helping people in need, as well as coaching others on how to achieve their personal health and fitness goals. He has experience with and enjoys assisting others as they work through life’s challenges. Jacob emphasizes solid coordination of care to find clients the services they need to improve their everyday lives.