All Kinds of News for July 11, 2018
With an ever expanding, diagnostically diverse popluation, Chamberlain International School is happy to welcome Dr. Jeff Turley to their clinical team. Dr. Turley is a board certified child psychiatrist and has been practicing for over 30 years.
Dr. Turley attended the Air Force Academy, Virginia Tech and Medical School at the University of Virginia. After completing his residencies, he served in the Air Force in Germany during Operation Desert Storm. Dr. Turley was appointed to be the team psychiatrist on hostage repatriation missions to Turkey, where the clinicians were the first to treat Americans and British soldiers released by their captors. Earning the rank of Major, he was tasked with creating child and adolescent psychiatric services for families deployed throughout Europe and the Middle East.
Some of the many positions he has held include: medical director of Laurel Heights Hospital, a large residential treatment center in Atlanta, and unit director of hospitals in Virginia, Georgia, and Massachusetts. Dr Turley also provides psychiatric consultation and educational services to the community funded by a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services. In the past he has worked with Brockton Public Schools, South Shore Educational Collaborative, and the Department of Youth Services/Health Imperatives Inc. so he is very familiar with the type of students enrolled at the Chamberlain International School.
About Chamberlain International School
Located in Middleboro, Massachusetts, Chamberlain International School offers a therapeutic residential learning experience for students ranging in age from 11 to 22. Students at Chamberlain International School struggle with a variety of learning disabilities and mental health challenges.