Acera Health has made it their mission to aid individuals on their journey of pushing past the obstacles that once created boundaries of limitations by shining a light on a pathway of healing and wholeness. Our vision is to provide intensive treatment not only for the individual but focusing on family involvement as Acera Health, Inc. realizes the value that family and community involvement has in the transition and launch back into living life.
LMFT # 84751
Melody is a highly skilled proactive clinical administrator, with more than 17 years of experience serving the community in the behavioral health field. Her clinical management career started in 2011 as a compliance manager and program director. In 2018, she became an executive as chief clinical officer (CCO). She is a seasoned licensed marriage & family therapist. She is a strong leader with superior skills in: strategic planning, business development, accreditation & licensure, risk management, quality & compliance, clinical program management, and team development. She has a proven track record of improving outcomes and developing long-term, sustainable success.
RADT I # R1260610817
Mai Ly is a devoted service leader with over 20 years of administrative experience and over 10 years in behavioral health. She prioritizes a client centered approach, and has proven her strategic planning skills by maintaining high standards and developing innovative approaches to optimizing organizational performance and enhancing goals . She is detail oriented and has ensured compliance standards are in place. She has passionately directed and coordinated successful rehabilitation programs that have beneficially served the behavioral health community.
Mickey has dedicated nearly 10 years of marketing for various industries with his superior networking, negotiation, and leadership skills. He has over 5 years of management experience including corporate with AT&T. In 2019, he began serving the healthcare industry. He is devoted to establishing promotion and advertising efforts for Acera, to help families and individuals better understand the services we provide. He has strong interpersonal skills, and helps Acera build brand awareness within the behavioral health field. Mickey has helped many individuals find placement in treatment, and will go to any length to make sure they receive the care they deserve.
Brianna is devoted to the service industry, with nearly 20 years of experience in the profit and non-profit sector, from fortune 500 to startup organizations. In 2010, she started her corporate/executive administration experience with Marriott’s non-profit foundation serving young adults with disabilities in Los Angeles. In 2017, she began providing consulting services based on her corporate, administrative, HR, operations, hospitality, and compliance experience. She is dedicated to providing exceptional leadership and establishing a strong cohesive team-oriented environment. She is results driven, demonstrating success in: reducing risks of employee litigation, ensuring compliance, and developing innovative solutions to maximize employee productivity.
AMFT # 129143
Rose is one of our primary therapists, and has experience working with clients with a range of mental health concerns. She is a certified EMDR therapist, with a background in bodywork, her sessions often include integration of techniques to increase mind/body connection. Her skill set includes assessment and screening, psychodynamic psychotherapy, crisis intervention and suicide prevention, and massage therapy. She has worked as a massage therapist instructor for the National Holistic Institute College of Massage Therapy, a crisis counselor for New Hope Crisis Counseling Hotline, and most recently a psychology intern at Chapman University.
CADC II # A059620421
Lorin is a devoted clinical service professional with over 5 years of case management experience in the behavioral health field, and over 10 years of hospitality management experience service oriented. Her passion is to provide the best services possible to the clients, and serves to support them in achieving their greatest potential. In 2020, she took on her first administrative role as a residential director. She has served a diverse population, providing effective innovative therapy and activities to establish long term recovery for clients. She has been recognized for a high success rate at ACA blocking, creating protocols for client goal setting, and uniting family to support the long term goals of treatment.
Ria is a devoted service health care professional with over 7 years of experience in residential services. In 2018, Ria became an administrator with the role of Healthcare Services Director in the Behavioral Health industry. She is an expert in balancing regulatory pressures while maintaining clinical best practices. She has proven to effectively implement policies and procedures while also managing staff expectations and overseeing patient care. She is a strong expert liaison between medical personnel and facility administrators. She maintains compliance requirements and a high standard of quality care for the patients her and her team has served.
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