All Kinds of News for December 09, 2020
To reflect the change in focus over the last two years from Primary Addiction Treatment to Primary Mental Health Treatment, Corner Canyon Recovery is changing to Corner Canyon Health Centers. They have found that their clients more frequently present with mental health concerns as a primary diagnosis. They have adapted their programing to meet the needs of these clients and are changing their name to more accurately describe provided services. To accommodate growth and clientele needs, they have welcomed four new team members.
Draper, Utah: Corner Canyon Health Centers believe that successful mental health and addiction treatment requires diagnosis and treatment of multiple underlying biochemical disorders in addition to sophisticated clinical intervention and supportive, caring personnel. When clients present with both diagnoses research indicates that treating them concurrently is important and necessary, and they have maintained strong addiction treatment components to most effectively help clients.
“Corner Canyon Health conducts a thorough Assessment of all measurable variables when clients enroll to direct treatment. We can correct many underlying problems within our facility, referring to other professionals when indicated. Corner Canyon Health Centers is innovative, seeking and using the most current research-validated effective treatment options available for the individual needs of our clients.“, says Cheryl Kehl, CEO at Corner Canyon Health Centers.
Along with the evolution of the name of the treatment center, four new members have been added to the team. Chris Black Outreach Director, and Christina Ward Admissions Counselor, have joined the Marketing Team. Sara Sorensen, LCMHC and Nicholas Baum, CMHC join the clinical team.
Chris Black, Outreach Director, has a wealth of experience working in the industry in many capacities, including Admissions and Outreach, Residential care, Nursing, and Wilderness. In addition to working with Corner Canyon he is also continuing work towards a doctorate in Psychiatric Nursing.
Christina Ward, Admissions Counselor, worked for 7 years at a prominent wilderness therapy program as a mentor level field staff, logistics coordinator, and as a clinical assistant. During these years Christina's love for the mental health field continued to grow and she decided to pursue her master's in Clinical Psychology. Christina also worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator for a year before joining the Corner Canyon Recovery team. She was the lead coordinator on trials investigating medication for treatment of Borderline Personality disorder, major depressive disorder, and weight gain reversal in patients diagnosed with Schizophrenia.
Sara Sorenson, CMHC, is the new Clinical Director, she brings a strong Mental Health background to complement and lead the clinical personnel. She is EMDR certified and also has experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Art Therapy.
Nicholas Baum, CMHC, has 7 plus years of working with adolescents and their families. He has worked with depression, RAD, anxiety, autism, addiction, and trauma and is experienced in DBT, art therapy, and equine therapy.
About Corner Canyon Health Centers
Corner Canyon Health Centers is an inpatient mental health and addiction recovery center, providing evidence-based and compassion driven treatment for mixed-gender adult clients in a comfortable, healthy environment with caring personnel. Corner Canyon Recovery is innovative and provides our adult clients with the most effective treatment options available for their individual concerns. Our inpatient program strives to improve and change lives in ways that other treatment programs can’t. Features and benefits at Corner Canyon Health Centers Inpatient mental health and addiction treatment, comprehensive diagnostic assessment Trauma-Focused treatment, and with innovative research-validated therapeutic methods.