Promises Behavioral Health fills the gaps in treatment by creating unique programs in unique environments. We partner with clients, their family members and other treatment providers to understand which needs aren’t being adequately addressed, and then develop programs that are carefully designed to meet those needs.
Our centers are committed to providing the highest quality clinical care for addiction and mental health disorders. Utilizing the latest evidence-based approaches and specialized programming tailored to our clients’ needs, we help people build the resilience and skills they need to heal. Our focus is on long-term, sustainable recovery and overall improvement in quality of life.
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Laurie Sue is a staff writer with Promises Behavioral Health, a journalist and author. She has written extensively on relationships, emotional health, spiritual well-being and addiction. Her work has appeared in leading publications including Woman’s Day, Country Living, Everyday Health, NY Metro Parent and The Huffington Post. She was emotional health editor for EverydayHealth.com, family editor for Beliefnet.com, and senior editor for DrLauraBerman.com. She is the author of 12 books and holds a bachelor’s degree in human development.
Sara has been a staff writer with Promises Behavioral Health since 2014. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and 15 years of experience in writing and marketing. From health care and higher education to documentary television and culinary arts, her writing career is diverse. Sara has written for organizations such as Northwestern University, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Everyday Health, LIVESTRONG, Towers Productions and The Chitown Daily News.
Meghan is the content and media relations director for Promises Behavioral Health. In this role, she oversees a team of staff and freelance writers. Meghan holds a bachelor’s degree in English and psychology from University of California, Irvine and a law degree from Syracuse University. She has specialized in addiction and mental health for over 10 years, writing hundreds of blogs for leading behavioral health companies.
Krisi is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and has worked in the mental health industry for 13 years as a counselor, college instructor, and content writer. Krisi is also a freelance ghostwriter, a lifelong martial artist, a “Game of Thrones” fanatic, and a single mother. Being active by running or lifting weights helps Krisi battle her own anxiety and depression.