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Welcoming our Chief Clinical Officer, Heather Black Coyne, LMFT, CADC II

Please join us in welcoming Heather Black Coyne, LMFT, CADC II, who has joined our team as Chief Clinical Officer. We are thrilled to have her mission-driven leadership on board as we continue transforming the lives of women, pregnant women, and women with their children from addiction into recovery.

Heather most recently served as the Clinical Director of a gender-specific treatment center in Huntington Beach. She is trained in both Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) which serve the needs of our patients, many of whom have experienced both complex trauma and substance use disorder.

In addition to the leadership and direction she will be providing clinically, Heather will be attending local marketing events as a representative of our clinical team and building relationships with our referral partners to support women and families seeking hope and healing. We hope you’ll have the opportunity to meet her in the next few months!

We're grateful Heather is part of our leadership team as we continue our 45th year of saving the lives of women of all ages, women with children and pregnant women affected by alcoholism, other addictions and related issues.

For more information on New Directions for women: New Directions for Women

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