All Kinds of News for September 14, 2016
Scott Davis, MD and Patricia "Trish" Ruggles, LPC join Ginger's House located in Portland, Maine.
Scott Davis, MD is an Internist and Board-Certified Addiction Medicine specialist, serving as the Medical Director for Ginger’s House. He is also recognized as a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine for his service and contributions to the field of addiction. For over 23 years, Dr. Davis has provided Addiction Medicine treatment services to those suffering with drug and behavioral addictions and abuse. His expertise includes treatment and assisting into recovery in all phases of substance abuse treatment from detoxification through medically managed inpatient care. He graduated from Boston University School of Medicine, and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of California, Irvine. He completed a Fellowship in Addiction Medicine from Loma Linda University. Dr. Davis served as the Inpatient Medical Director for the renowned Betty Ford Center in California, prior to moving to Maine. He employs state-of-the art addiction treatment to help clients engage into a strong recovery process.
Patricia "Trish" Ruggles has been working with young people in clinical settings since 2004 and has an extensive history of working in wilderness therapy programs and other residential environments. She is a licensed professional clinician, as well as a drug and alcohol counselor. Ruggles uses client-centered, Gestalt approach and certified in Mindfulness-Informed EMDR. She is comfortable working with a variety of issues that impact young people: including: substance abuse, technology addiction, personality disorders, depression/anxiety, trauma, ODD, “failure to launch,” autism spectrum disorder/social skills deficits, and more. Trish also has an extensive history working with complex family dynamics.
About Ginger's House
Ginger's House located in Portland, Maine is an Extended Care and Transitional Living to support young women. The focus of the comprehensive treatment program is on recovery from eating disorders, addiction to substances, sex and love addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression and other co-occurring disorders.