Cornerstones of Maine Announces New Leadership Roles
Cornerstones of Maine, a transitional living program for young adults, is happy to announce newly appointed leadership roles. These organizational changes are part of a broader effort to ensure the continued delivery of high-quality care and therapeutic services to our community. The boutique therapeutic program is committed to its core mission to support young adults on their journey to independence, and welcome these positive shifts to provide enhanced support for their staff and clients.
Dr. Eric Beaudoin, Psy.D., previously serving as the Clinical Director, has assumed the role of Executive Director. Dr. Beaudoin’s journey with Cornerstones of Maine began in 2016 as a post-doctoral intern within the clinical department. His exceptional compassion and clinical expertise led him to progressively assume greater responsibilities within the program. In his new position, Dr. Beaudoin will oversee the entirety of the Cornerstones of Maine organization, working alongside its founders, Dr. Jake Gelles and Dr. Josh Altschule. He is committed to providing staff with valuable weekly individual and group supervision, viewing these sessions as essential for discussing therapeutic work and professional development, accessible to all staff members regardless of their department or role.
Lacee Delorey, formerly the Residential Coordinator, now steps into the role of Program Manager. With over six years of dedication to the Cornerstones team, Lacee has consistently demonstrated creativity, reliability, and effectiveness. In her new role, she will manage day-to-day operations critical to the program’s success, such as logistics, staffing, and medication tracking, while continuing to lead the program’s Sex Positive Education initiatives.
Gwendolyne Tuttle, MSW, LCSW, formerly the Clinical Coordinator, now assumes the role of Clinical Director. Gwen’s journey with Cornerstones began in 2017 as a clinician, and she has steadily progressed through the ranks. In her new position, she will facilitate both group and individual supervision, oversee the clinical department, lead parent communication efforts, and provide consultation and intervention in the milieu.
Please join Cornerstone in celebrating Eric, Lacee, and Gwen as they step into their new leadership roles, ushering in positive changes and furthering the organization’s mission to support emerging young adults on their journey to independence.
About Cornerstones of Maine
Cornerstones of Maine is a clinically-focused transitional living program located in Portland and Biddeford, Maine. Their program assists 18 to 28-year-old creative & bright determined emerging young adults who are struggling to live and function independently. Clients have a history of mood or anxiety disorders, executive functioning issues, social skill deficits, and academic challenges. Their program provides a therapeutic & experiential approach that gives structure and support based on each client’s individual needs. Cornerstones provides all gender accommodations that are LGBTQ+ affirming and the average length of stay is 9 to 12 months. For admissions information, email Aaron Rumsey at email@example.com.