The Clinical Department will be feeling a great loss with the retirement of one of our counselors, Chloe Correa, M.Ed., LPC. Chloe came to The Meadows eight years ago after a long term career in city government. Chloe started as an Intern gaining the foundation of The Model and The Meadows program during that time and quickly advanced into many other areas of the clinical team. As a Float Counselor, Chloe covered so many areas of the department including; Primary, Family, Continuing Care, Evening/Weekend, and Counseling Supervisor. Not only did Chloe provide direct patient care in these areas, but she was the “go to” in areas of special projects, quality improvement, in-service coordination, and program development. Chloe trained directly with Doug Dodge in the Grief Workshop facilitation, and completed her own specialized training in the areas of grief counseling, gambling screening and counseling, and EMDR. With all of these skills under her belt and a serene presence and steadiness, it is no surprise that Chloe was The Meadows Employee of the Month in July, 2013.
Chloe’s plans going forward are to work in an exclusive private practice specializing in grief and loss issues utilizing all of her skills, including EMDR. We all wish Chloe well and will miss her presence. The good news is that she will continue to provide support to Meadows patients in facilitating the weekend Grief Workshop. Chloe stated, “I am grateful for what I have learned and all the people I have met in association with The Meadows.” We are grateful for having you in our lives. Thank you for your service. God Bless.