Prior to joining Carrier Clinic, she served as the Director of Nursing at AtlantiCare Health Services, Mission HealthCare in Atlantic City, NJ. Lynne also held positions at Lincoln Technical Institute as a Faculty Member/Clinical Instructor and at Seabrook House in Cumberland County as the Vice President of Treatment Services. Ms. Sennett earned her BS in Education, Cum Laude, from St. Bonaventure University in New York and received her RN at St. Claire’s Hospital School of Nursing in New York City. She attended Columbia University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and went on to earn a Master's degree in Public Health at The Johns Hopkins University; The School of Hygiene and Public Health in Baltimore.More
Tim has been with Carrier Clinic for over 13 years, most recently as a Substance Abuse Coordinator for Carrier’s East Mountain Youth Lodge. Mr. DiGanci has participated in numerous community speaking engagements, and was featured on the Adolescent Panel at Carrier’s Addiction Conference. Prior to being named Clinical Supervisor, he also held a per-diem position at GenPsych in Bridgewater implementing a family education program for parents of adolescents in an intensive outpatient setting. Mr. DiGanci earned his Master's of Social Work and his Bachelor of Art at Rutgers University. He is a Certified Clinical Supervisor, New Jersey Certified School Social Worker, Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor.More
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