Meet Our Team
We would like to introduce you to some of the Sanford Behavioral Health team members. Now, at 140+ staff members and growing daily, there isn't room to list everyone. However, a connection with Sanford Behavioral Health is enhanced by every one of our staff members. We are proud to create a place where individuals are excited to come to work each day. Every member of the team is vital to our patient's continuum of care and long-term recovery. Scroll down for Limelight Interviews of additional team members.
Clinical Therapy Team
Clinical Liaison Eating Disorder Services
Clinical Liaison, Eating Disorders Services
Clinical Director Emeritus
Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Eating Disorders
Executive Vice President, Business Development
Director of Marketing, Editor-in-Chief
Director of Finance & Analytics
Sanford Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
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We sit down with key team members to talk about their roles, values, and Sanford Behavioral Health.
Reflections on Lasting Recovery - Garrett Dunn
Today’s Limelight Interview reflects Sanford’s culture with a bonus. Garrett is an alcohol and drug counselor, but also a person in long-term recovery. He is a wealth of information about the successes and pitfalls of lasting recovery.Read More
When the Milieu Matters
What happens behind the scenes at Sanford Behavioral Health to “seamlessly” create a milieu conducive to clients and staff? Today in the Limelight Interview, we turn to the Program Director of Sanford’s substance use disorder units, Shelby Kendrick, to give us the inside information.Read More
When Experience is Therapeutic
Although I have professional degrees and certifications and all that wonderful stuff, my experience of traveling and navigating the terrain many of our clients navigate is precious. The therapeutic value of one recovering person helping another is without parallel. There’s nothing like it in the world!Read More
Recreational Therapy For Eating Disorders
Sanford CTED recreational therapists wear many hats. You might find them running process groups, leading a light yoga session, driving a van on an excursion to a restaurant, or in a huddle with the interdisciplinary team. They do anything that helps their clients return to “their new sense of normal.”Read More