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Mind Body Connection Fall Winter 2019

January 29, 2020

The Fall/Winter edition of the Mind & Body Connection includes the following articles and news:

  • In the Driver's Seat - A recovery success story
  • Expanding Behavioral Health in Sanford
  • Meet our Staff
  • Community Corner
  • Upcoming Events

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Maine Behavioral Healthcare Appoints New Senior Director of Community Services
Caroline Raymond brings nearly 25 years of leadership and direct service experience to overseeing community services for the state’s leading behavioral health provider.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare Licensed Clinical Social Worker Achieves Perinatal Mental Health Certification
With the new certification, Jenna Nunziato can better provide care and services for women’s mental health during pregnancy and the postpartum period
Goldsmith and Soucy Lead Bricks of Opportunity Campaign
Thanks to Glickman Lauder Center of Excellence campaign cabinet members Tami Goldsmith and Erin Soucy, friends of Maine Behavioral Healthcare have an enduring way to express their generosity
Glickman Symposium Addresses Cultural Impact on Adolescent Mental Health
Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s annual symposium will be held virtually on Friday, Oct. 1, with a theme of ‘Informed Curiosity, Culture and The Kids We Lose.”
Trauma Intervention Program Transitions to TIP National
Management of the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) of Greater Portland, formerly part of Maine Behavioral Healthcare has transitioned to its founding organization, Trauma Intervention Programs, Inc., (TIP National) effective September 1, 2020.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare Breaks Ground on Cutting Edge Autism and Developmental Disorders Treatment Facility in Westbrook
A virtual celebration will take place on June 17 at noon to launch the construction of the Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare Vice President Authors National Practice Guidelines on Psychiatric Care of Children with Intellectual Disability
Dr. Matthew Siegel, Maine Behavioral Healthcare Vice President of Medical Affairs, Autism and Developmental Disorders Service and clinical researcher, is a first author of a new national practice guideline on the psychiatric care of children with Intellectual Disability.
MMCRI Researcher To Study Why Therapeutic Horseback Riding Benefits Children With Autism
The research, being done in conjunction with The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, is funded by a $2.5 million grant from National Institutes of Health.
Mind Body Connection Fall Winter 2019
News and inspiration from Maine Behavioral Healthcare