RENO, Nev. – Center for Hope of the Sierras (CFH) hires Ami Marsh MFT, LCADC, as the new clinical director bringing over a decade of experience treating children, adolescents and adults.
She previously worked as a marriage and family therapist, clinical alcohol and drug counselor, and is certified in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and guided imagery. In the past, Marsh focused largely in the non-profit realm on individual and family needs, mental health stability, substance disorders and working through the legal system while dealing with substance abuse.
“Ami brings the experience and personable warmth Center for Hope clients need for physical, mental and emotional healing” said CFH Executive Director Katie Stout. “Her unique assets and knowledge make her a special member of our team.”
Marsh takes on the role as clinical director with managerial skills supervising clinical staff and interns, contributing to multi-disciplinary teams, as well as leading program development. This past experience working with large teams of psychology professionals work seamlessly with Marsh’s own hands-on understanding of mental health.
The team at CFH is looking forward to the optimism and cheerful spirit Marsh brings to the team.
For more information please visit Centerforhopeofthesierras.crchealth.com or call 866-690-7242.
About Center for Hope of the Sierras
Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Center for Hope of the Sierras provides an intimate setting ideal for healing and recovery for individuals suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and related disorders. Center for Hope offers residential (RTC), partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment to women and adolescents, ages 16 and up (ages 14 and up for PHP/IOP program). Center for Hope also offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment to men, ages 14 and up. Center for Hope is proud to offer one of the country’s only specialized residential tracks for the complex treatment of co-occurring diabetes and eating disorders. For more information, visit: www.CenterForHopeoftheSierras.com