Medaille Alum Honored as Addictions Professional of the Year
Medaille alum Jené Gardner ‘13, a dual diagnosis counselor in Olean, New York, has been honored by Addiction Professional magazine with an Outstanding Clinicians Award as Addictions Professional of the Year. She will receive the award at August’s National Conference on Addiction Disorders in St Louis.
As Gardner told Addiction Professional, “From my first session, I was overwhelmed with the feeling that this is where I wanted to be.” The publication highlighted her “meteoric” career trajectory, nothing that she started working at Olean prevention and treatment organization CAReS (Council on Addiction Recovery Services) as an intern, moved into treating individuals with co-occurring disorders, received her master’s degree from Medaille, and was recently promoted to clinic director.
Addiction Professional’s 2015 Outstanding Clinicians Awards honor three clinical professionals who demonstrate patient-centered care and serve as leaders in their organizations and communities.
Medaille’s Program of the Month (POTM) series highlighted students, faculty and alumni from the College’s HLS program in February 2018.
Interdisciplinary Collaboration Featuring Professors Steffan, Weeks and Klostermann to be Published in Psychology JournalAn article written by three Medaille College professors, a Medaille graduate student and a local psychologist has been accepted for publication.
Students and faculty from the communication program recently delivered toys, food, books and gift cards to Oishei Children's Hospital.
Communication program alumna Ashley Hirtzel discusses how her experience at Medaille led her down a rewarding career path.
Medaille Professor to Serve as Peer Reviewer for Substance and Mental Health Services AdministrationMedaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann will serve as a peer reviewer for the Substance and Mental Health Services Administration.
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