Dr. Rosenthal is a highly respected clinical psychologist with extensive experience in the field of chemical dependency and recovery, as well as the assessment, education, and management of chronic pain and addiction. Dr. Rosenthal has a unique background working in both the business and clinical sectors of health care. Appointed in 1999 to the State of California’s Developmental Disabilities Board, Dr. Rosenthal has also been a member of the Domestic Violence Council since 2000 and is a founding member of the Elder Abuse Prevention Project. An internationally known speaker and author of Be A Parent, Not A Pushover, Dr. Rosenthal has consulted throughout America, Australia, Europe, and Asia on family dynamics and life achievement issues. She has been published in numerous magazines and has collaborated on many books. We are excited about the work Maryann is doing at Recovery Ways.More
Chris graduated from the University of Utah with a Masters degree in Social Work in 2009 and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University in 1996. For the past 11 years Chris has worked in non-profit social service programs throughout Salt Lake Valley. She has experience working with diverse and at-risk populations. She has many years of program design, coordination and supervisory experience through her work at the Bennion Center at the University of Utah. She received Feminist Multicultural Therapy training at the University of Utah’s premiere training facility – the Women’s Resource Center, as well as at the Rape Recovery Center in Salt Lake City. Chris specializes in traumatic stress disorders, sexual abuse/violence, mood disorders and grief/loss issues.More
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