All Kinds of News for March 04, 2020
In early January 2020, Ian Petersen, MBA joined the Red Oak Recovery® team as Executive Director of Foothills at Red Oak Recovery. Ian has had an extensive career working with clients with a wide range of mental and behavioral health diagnoses, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse disorders, oppositional defiance disorder, suicidality or ideation, and other mental health issues.
Working at an adolescent residential treatment center for twelve years, Ian has held a variety of roles, including Program Director, Marketing Director, and Admissions Director. While serving as Program Director, he orchestrated and aligned residential, academic, and therapeutic programming while supervising over fifty team members. Ian has become known for enhancing the client experience and engaging clients through intentional, evidence-based treatment.
“As Executive Director at Foothills, Ian ensures that all team members are delivering the highest quality of clinical care and programming to clients and families,” explains Jack Kline, MS, LPCS, LCAS, CCS, CTT-2, MAC, President and founder of Red Oak Recovery®. “We are thrilled for Ian to be on board with us and join the team to help continue to build on our solid foundation and take Foothills to the next level of excellent adolescent care.”
About Red Oak Recovery Programs
Red Oak Recovery® programs are located throughout Western North Carolina and include clinically-driven and gender separate trauma focused mental health and substance abuse treatment for young adult men (www.redoakrecovery.com), young adult women (www.thewillowsatredoak.com), and adolescent males (www.foothillsatredoak.com). Our developmentally specific treatment modalities take into account each client’s unique story, trauma history, gender challenges, substance abuse history, relapse triggers, and mental health issues. Our dually licensed master’s level clinicians integrate research-based practices with complementary modalities to help clients honor themselves, recognize their self-worth, and pursue positive, lasting change.