CAS083 – Adolescent Chemical Dependence w/ Dr. Bradford Price - Airdate 1/3/2008
Amy Freadling, PCC-S earned her BA in Psychology from the College of Wooster and her M.Ed. in Community Counseling from Kent State University. A Ph.D. student in Counseling and Human Development Services at Kent State University, Ms. Freadling works in employee assistance programs through Magellan Health Services and the Cleveland Clinic. Her previous experiences include work in community mental health, crisis intervention, and managed care settings.
Dr. Bradford Price is the Clinical Director of Glenbeigh, an adult chemical dependency treatment facility located in Rock Creek, Ohio. Brad’s career in chemical dependency treatment and prevention spans 25 years, working in treatment centers, psychiatric hospitals, outpatient agencies and school systems. He previously served two years on the item-writing panel responsible for reviewing and revising the International Certification Reciprocity Consortium’s (ICRC) written examination for addiction counselors and was a member of the 1995 panel that reviewed and revised the ICRC Role Delineation Study that determined the scope of practice for chemical dependency counselors. Brad teaches several courses in the graduate counseling program at The Methodist Theological School in Ohio and is a Visiting Staff member of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.
Glenbeigh, a not-for-profit specialty hospital, offers the full continuum of care for adults with chemical dependency problems and has successfully guided thousands of men and women back to productive and sober lives. An affiliate of the Cleveland Clinic Health System, Glenbeigh Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations and is fully licensed by the States of Ohio and Pennsylvania. For more information about Glenbeigh, call 800-234-1001 or visit www.glenbeigh.com
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