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JimI want to take a moment to share some fantastic corporate news with everyone. Treatment Solutions has been blessed to acquire Lisa Clark onto our team as our new Vice President of Business Development. From day one we have sought to have the right people on the bus and have been fortunate to add some world-class talent as well as just downright solid people and Lisa is no exception. Lisa Clark, RN, MSN and now Vice President of Business Development, comes to Treatment Solutions with progressive leadership experience in Addictions Treatment, Mental Health, Government Relations and Market Development in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.

Lisa was educated at Boston University where she received her BS in Nursing and MS in Community Mental Health Nursing. She was credentialed as a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer. She was trained in individual, group and family therapy at the Human Resource Institute in Brookline, MA (Red Sox Nation). She has decades of health care experience as a psychotherapist and in program design, direction, and management. Her areas of specialization are psychiatry and substance abuse treatment.

Her past positions have been local to national in scope. She has expertise with diverse populations, institutions and market segments. Calling New York City her second home town (Fenway & Yankee Stadium – two shrines!), Lisa was credentialed as an alcoholism counselor in New York State in 1985 and served as a Senior Examiner for New York State Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse. She served as the Metro Area Wellness Chairperson for the NY Federation of Alcohol Counselors. As a former Board Member of the Massachusetts Organization of Addiction Recovery, she sat as a non-voting member of the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership’s Consumer Advisory Council. Lisa has extensive clinical and management experience with in-patient, outpatient and home health care settings.

Transitioning into addiction-related pharmaceuticals, Lisa has been an outstanding producer in sales, managed care and government relations as a registered lobbyist. Lisa served as the Senior Market Development Director for the addictions treatment business unit of one of the nation’s largest biotech companies. Lisa has been a top performer with track record of successful introduction of novel addiction treatment technologies and an orphan addiction treatment drug to the US market. She is a currently a consultant to the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx), Skip To Aims a partnership between The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Paths to Recovery program, the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment’s Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention (STAR) program, and a number of independent treatment organizations.

Lisa directed and managed a treatment program characterized as “The wave of the future” by The New York Times Sunday Magazine. She brings to the Treatment Solutions team a proven ability to meet goals, solve complex problems, and facilitate change. Her personal passion and commitment to recovery keep her motivated to succeed in order to best serve others…She likes long walks on the beach, moonlight, and… just kidding! (Rule 62 “Don’t take yourself too seriously”). Above all, Lisa brings vision to Treatment Solutions and that is what we all have in common.

Jim Bevell
CEO Treatment Solutions
561 577-3174
jimb@tsnemail.com

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1 comment:

RECOVERED ADDICTJune 26, 2010 at 4:19 pmReply

I interview a young man who has used Heroin most of his life he recently relapsed after eleven month’s clean time this video is quite graphic

The Harsh Reality of Drug Addiction

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuNWCPDrJsM

Next we have a woman named Lisa she has been on all the current Harm reduction program’s available in Vancouver’s Downtown eastside
this is a sad sad story this poor woman only has her addiction to look forward to in her life

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuNWCPDrJsM

Last but not least we interviewed more woman who talk about the pro’s and con’s of Heroin vs. Methadone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wb7mAvgPz_4

You be the judge the whole reason for these videos is to bring some truth out about the addiction support services that are in use here in Vancouver. My research has been on a personal level for over twenty five years in addiction as well as these and many more video interviews. Thank you recovered addict

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