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Diane joined Serenity New England in 2017 with over 35 years of integrated managerial and clinical experience as a clinical and nursing director, RN, LCPC and pastoral counselor working with patients of all age groups struggling with mental illness, addiction, and oncology. She holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Northeastern University and a master of science degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola University. Her clinical, nursing and leadership experiences include acute inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, detox, residential, outpatient and home care settings throughout the United States and Europe. She strives to promote a high standard of care by focusing on clinical excellence, patient and employee satisfaction, quality measures, in a safe and supportive environment. She works to develop an autonomous and innovative team of staff members, leads by example, manages programs, and promotes a collaborative team environment. She takes a holistic approach with attention to the integration of the medical, behavioral, mental health and pastoral aspects of the patient and their families while treating addiction and mental illness. “My passion in life is to help others who struggle with physical, emotional, and relational pain by providing holistic, safe, and peaceful care.”More
Tiffany Leyne has been a professional in the healthcare industry for over 7 years working for a national toxicology lab supporting pain management and substance abuse facilities in New England and across the country. Over the course of seven years, she has worked in many facets of the business such as customer service representative, field service manager, corporate trainer, and national substance abuse manager, where she traveled around the country to work with various types of substance abuse programs. This opportunity gave her exposure to many different types of treatment options for all levels of care. After a short hiatus from the field, Tiffany realized her intense drive and desire to make a difference was her true passion, and that is what brought her to Serenity at Summit New England.More
Mary O’Neil is a marketing, public relations, and communications professional with over 20 years of experience. Prior to joining Summit Behavioral Health, O’Neil was a member of the senior leadership team at Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill where she served as the director of marketing and public relations. She was later promoted to the northeast regional marketing director for Steward Health Care, the hospital’s parent company. In addition to a successful career in marketing and communications, O’Neil has held adjunct faculty positions at Northern Essex Community College and, most recently, at the Summerfuel Pre-College Program at Harvard where she teaches public speaking and debate. O’Neil is actively involved in her community and currently serves as the president of the board of directors for the Haverhill YMCA and as a member of the YMCAs of the North Shore corporate board of directors. In 2011, O’Neil was selected as a YWCA’s Woman of the Year and received the 2013 Book of Golden Deeds Award from the Exchange Club of Haverhill. O’Neil holds a master’s degree in visual and media arts from Emerson College in Boston.More
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