Foundation House Welcomes Clinical Director Beth Caron, LCSW, CCS
Foundation House, an extended-care treatment program for young men located in Portland, Maine, is pleased to announce that Beth Caron, LCSW, CCS, has joined the team as Clinical Director. Over the past 15 years, Beth has gained valuable experience at all substance abuse and mental health treatment levels, including case manager, primary therapist, program manager, and clinical director. These experiences at leading programs have given her a well-rounded clinical skillset and dedicated vision that will carry Foundation House forward in the service of young adults.
Beth brings a passion for providing a solution-focused, relational, and motivational approach that creates the space for lasting change. On joining the Foundation House clinical team, Beth remarks, “This group is the definition of collaborative. The momentum is constantly moving forward, and the team models the self-care that we teach to the residents. The clinicians here can truly individualize treatment without any red tape”. As Clinical Director, she will work closely with both clinicians and leadership to expand clinical offerings, diversify training in leading treatment modalities and facilitate best practices at all levels.
In addition to her client focus, Beth brings a wealth of experience implementing family systems treatment. Beth believes, “It is imperative for families to have their recovery process and for the client to individuate. This process allows everyone to buy in and be on the same page, learning to accept the past and move in a healthy direction together”. Beth will create new additions to the comprehensive family program at Foundation House to foster a holistic family recovery experience.
After years of leading-edge clinical work and leadership, Foundation House is grateful to have Beth join the team. In describing what drew her to this position, Beth admits, “I love watching the process of clients learning how to live a full life, and Foundation House is focused on exactly that. I have never seen a program that is so relational, welcoming, and tuned-in to the needs of the young adults we serve”.
About Foundation House
Since its inception in 2002, Foundation House has been a pioneer in substance abuse and mental health treatment. An extended care program dedicated to its residents’ long-term success, Foundation House consistently offers progressive clinical care in place of old treatment methods, favoring an approach that empowers its residents and removes the impediments of institutionalization. For more information regarding Foundation House or the above press release, visit www.foundationhouse.com or call 207-791-2000.