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Dale Parkhurst is from Emmitsburg, Maryland but was born and raised in the Syracuse, New York area. Parkhurst graduated from high school in June 1964 then earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree and later attended Grand Canyon University School of Theology and Seminary, earning two master’s degrees (Master of Arts and Master of Divinity). He has worked in chaplaincy positions as well as with the homeless people in Frederick, Maryland. Parkhurst’s hobbies are nature photography, baking pies and making videos. He is an avid reader of the history of religions. Additionally, he does public speaking and teaches about spiritual warfare at men’s conferences. Parkhurst’s favorite animal is the horse and he makes a great peanut butter fudge.

 

 

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Madeline “Maddi” Dillow is an addiction therapist and licensed graduate social worker who is passionate about empowering individuals to overcome mental health and substance use disorders to achieve long-term recovery. Over the past five years working in substance abuse, Ms. Dillow has recognized the need to prioritize mental health symptoms when treating the disease of addiction. Ms. Dillow is a graduate of Columbia University where she earned her Master’s in Social Work with a concentration in advanced clinical practice. Maddi provides individual, group, and family therapy in both the outpatient and intensive outpatient setting and enjoys being creative in her delivery of psychotherapy services.

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Taylor Wendt is an Addiction Therapist, is a graduate of Hood College of Frederick, Maryland where she received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health counseling. She has 3+ years of experience working with all age groups who have a range of needs to include mental health and substance use disorders. She is currently in the process of completing her leisure in the state of WV.

She enjoys working with individuals that have had a variety of different stories and experiences to share. She has a passion for working with equines and sharing this experience with the groups that she takes out to the local farm twice a week. This experience provides the clients that she works with the opportunity to interact with animals that they would not normally get to interact with on a therapeutic level. She likes to volunteer with children that have experience with special needs when she is not at work. Taylor’s passions are spending time with her family and spending time with her dog.

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Rob comes to his position as an Addictions Counselor at Mountaineer Recovery Center from Potomac Highlands Guild, where he was Clinical Director of Addiction Recovery Services. Prior to that he worked as a Suicide Intervention Specialist for the State Opioid Response and Prevent Suicide WV. In those roles he helped forge MOU’s with local hospitals, jails, and other organizations to integrate recovery coaches and follow up services for individuals with SUD and suicidal ideation. He also helped institute the “Knock and Talk” program which sends recovery coaches to homes and ERs after overdoses.

Rob has a Master’s in Counseling from Marshall University and is a Provisionally Licensed Counselor. He was one of the first CCAR Recovery Coach Academy graduates in WV. He also holds a Master’s in Education. His Bachelor’s degree was completed on a full “Presidential Excellence” academic scholarship plus an art scholarship, at Carson-Newman University. He was one of 6 students in his class to graduate with honors. Rob also completed 62 graduate hours of theology courses including experiences like a trip to Myanmar to learn about Buddhism and a short stint in a Benidictine Monastery.

Rob has given talks and training to thousands of people, from school children, to health care providers and veterans. Some of his areas of expertise include suicide prevention and intervention, substance use disorder, 12-step and other recovery models, stigma reduction, crisis intervention, and behavior modification. He wrote a program on dealing with mental health calls which has been approved for CEU’s for EMTs, Paramedics, and Law Enforcement. In his free time Rob enjoys anything related to art or history, and volunteering for Hospice of the Panhandle.

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