All Kinds of News for January 09, 2019
Seven Stars, a residential treatment and assessment program for teens ages 13-17 who struggle with neurodevelopmental issues such as autism, is excited to add Manny Slack APRN-DP and Sherlene Dean APRN to their team.
Sherlene and Manny have years of experience working with adolescents in residential settings like Seven Stars.
Manny holds a doctorate degree in psychological health from the University of Utah and has worked in a variety of specializations during his career span including autism, addiction, forensics, and pediatric oncology. He is also trained to work with individuals struggling with PTSD and personality disorders.
Sherlene has twenty years experience working with children and adolescents in outpatient programs providing medication evaluations and management and psychotherapy at Primary Children’s Center for Counseling, University of Utah Child and Adolescent Specialty Clinic and most recently at the UNI HOME Program.
“We are thrilled to have Manny and Sherlene on our team,” says Dr. Gordon Day, Executive Clinical Director and Founder of Seven Stars. “With their years of experience helping young people and their families, we are lucky to have them join the Seven Stars family.”
About Seven Stars
Seven Stars is a premier therapeutic program for teens ages 13-17 struggling with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Learning Disorders (verbal or nonverbal). Seven Stars’ treatment model takes a revolutionary shift from normal therapy methods. By combining acute care stabilization, with residential treatment and academics, true multidisciplinary assessment and treatment, outdoor experiential therapy and positive psychology, Seven Stars therapeutic program understands, assesses and builds the confidence and skills of students struggling with neurodevelopmental disorders.