Adds depth to clinical rehabilitation teams
Grand Rapids, MI, January 19, 2016 – Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation, a leader in brain injury rehabilitation, is pleased to announce that Karen Foster, MA, LLP, CAADC has joined the rehabilitation team in Grand Rapids.
Foster comes to Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation from InterAct of Michigan in Kent County, where she served as the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Clinical Supervisor and Coordinator of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy program. Previously, she held multiple Clinical Supervisor and Case Manager positions for healthcare and therapy organizations.
“We are excited to welcome Karen as a key resource in our approach to rehabilitation and her expertise in mentoring and developing staff for professional growth will be essential to our therapy teams,” said Dr. Martin Waalkes, Director of Neuro Rehabilitation, Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation.
“She has extensive experience in crisis management and in the treatment of severe and persistent mental illness and in leading interdisciplinary teams for persons with complex conditions and multiple diagnoses,” continued Waalkes.
Foster will be responsible for developing new mood and behavior regulation groups as part of our Day Rehab services and work with our residential and outpatient individuals in support of their emotional and behavioral adjustment to neurological and orthopedic injuries.
Foster earned her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University and her Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, with a Psychology major from the University of Iowa.
About Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation
Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation is a leader in post-acute rehabilitation for individuals living with a brain or spinal cord injury, stroke, or other neurological condition. Comprehensive inpatient, outpatient and day rehab rehabilitation, neurobehavioral and other specialty services are provided in four Michigan locations. Visit hopenetworkrehab.org to see how we help people make a comeback and gain their independence.