SEABROOK, N.J., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seabrook House, a nationally prominent addictions treatment organization, proudly announces the appointment of Stephanie Loebs, BSN, as Vice President of Treatment Services.
Ms. Loebs has had a distinguished, 15-year career at The Farley Center at Williamsburg Place, a prestigious addictions treatment center in Williamsburg, VA specializing in the treatment of the impaired professional. Before becoming The Farley Center's executive director, she held the positions of director of clinical services, director of nursing and director of admissions.
At Seabrook House, Loebs will join the executive management team. Duties will be centered on the management of all counseling services and medical administration.
"We are honored to have such an exceptional addictions professional join our team," said Edward Diehl, president of Seabrook House. "Stephanie Loebs brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will enhance our treatment services. She is well-known as one of our industry's top administrators."
Loebs has worked in behavioral medicine since 1993. Reflecting on her early medical career as an oncology nurse at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, she comments:
"I think that working in the field of oncology helped me know and understand patients subjected to a great deal of pain. Not until I began working in the field of addiction medicine did I really come to understand the challenges surrounding addiction and chronic pain."
In her volunteer work Ms. Loebs also serves as Vice Chair of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics.
ABOUT SEABROOK HOUSE
Seabrook House is an internationally recognized, private CARF-accredited addiction treatment center with two locations. The main facility is located in Bridgeton, NJ, convenient to Pennsylvania, New York and surrounding states. Our 90-day transitional living facility for men, Seabrook House West, is located in north central Pennsylvania in the town of Westfield. We have been helping families find the courage to find recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse and other compulsive diseases since 1974.
SOURCE Seabrook House