Nashville, Tenn. – Centerstone, Tennessee’s leading not-for-profit provider of community- based mental health and addiction services, today announced that it has promoted Stephanie Evans to Clinic Manager for the organization’s Gallatin and Springfield offices. Evans previously served as a Crisis Specialist for Centerstone’s Mobile Crisis Response Team.
As Clinic Manager, Evans will oversee all clinical activities provided by outpatient staff at Centerstone’s Gallatin and Springfield offices. She will work with Regional Director Matthew Hardy to ensure the correct operation of team functions that address the treatment needs of clients served, meet productivity expectations through the assignment of outpatient caseloads, and coordinate all clinical and support services within the clinic.
“Stephanie has been a vital member of the Centerstone team for six years and has broad experience in important areas like crisis management and school-based services,” said Hardy. “She brings great knowledge and enthusiasm to her work and will be a valuable addition to our clinics in Gallatin and Springfield.”
In addition to her roles as Clinic Manager and Crisis Specialist, Evans worked as a Therapist/Case Manager for Centerstone’s School-Based Services in Cheatham County. Prior to joining Centerstone, Evans served as Graduate Research Assistant for the Educational Needs Index and Graduate Research Assistant for the President’s Emerging Leaders Program at Austin Peay State University. Evans also facilitated Domestic Violence Moral Reconation Training (MRT) groups and Anger Management Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) groups while completing an internship with Behavioral Treatment Providers.
Evans holds a Master of Science in Guidance & Counseling with a concentration in Agency Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Leadership from Austin Peay State University. She anticipates receiving her Licensed Professional Counselor – Mental Health Service Provider designation in March 2013.
In addition to her work at Centerstone, Evans volunteers as the Children’s Special Programming & Events Coordinator at Epiphany Baptist Church in Springfield.
Centerstone, a not-for-profit organization, has provided a wide range of mental health and addiction services to people of all ages for more than 55 years. Through more than 50 facilities and 160 partnership locations across Middle Tennessee, Centerstone serves nearly 50,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors each year. Centerstone is accredited by CARF International. For more information about Centerstone, please call 888-291-4357 or visit www.centerstone.org.