Origins Behavioral HealthCare, one of the nation’s top brands in residential substance-abuse treatment, has recruited a talented administrator to fill a key strategic position in the company. Kerry Coyle, who holds a master’s degree in social work, has been named executive director of Hanley Center at Origins. She will lead the center’s multidisciplinary team and help to continue to elevate the standard of recovery treatment based on evidence of efficacy.
Origins acquired the West Palm Beach-based Hanley Center last December, aligning two of the best treatment companies in the country into a powerful standout in the recovery industry. Origins now offers residential treatment centers in West Palm Beach, Vero Beach, Singer Island in Florida and South Padre Island, Texas.
“Kerry’s passion for 12-step-based treatment aligns perfectly with the treatment model and philosophy of Origins,” CEO Drew Rothermel said. “Her extensive experience and exemplary track leading long-term addiction treatment programs will serve her very well.”
Over the course of her nearly 15-year career in behavioral health, Coyle has worked as a family consultant and primary therapist, and held various leadership positions. She brings years of experience serving as a top leader for other large treatment organizations. Prior to pursuing a career in addiction treatment, she worked with at-risk youth providing behavior modification.
Coyle earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work from Florida Atlantic University.
To learn more about Origins, visit www.originsrecovery.com.
ABOVE: Kerry Coyle