PHOENIX - (Aug. 2, 2010) - Calvary Addiction Recovery Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Walsh as chief executive officer. Calvary Addiction, a Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. (PSI) facility, is a leading Christian addiction treatment and recovery facility.
“I’m excited to work in an environment that places an emphasis on God’s role in a client’s recovery and the freedom to do that,” said Walsh.
He trained for the CEO position at Laurel Ridge Treatment Center in San Antonio, also a PSI facility. Walsh came to Calvary in 2008 to develop and grow the intensive outpatient program, as well as develop specific young adult programming for residential clients between the ages of 18 to 25.
Walsh has spent most of his career in the chemical dependency field, dating back to 1996. Prior to joining PSI, Walsh was an addiction specialist for Banner Behavioral Health Hospital in Scottsdale. He has also served as program development specialist and outpatient team lead for Community Bridges in Mesa and chemical dependency therapist at Dynamic Living Counseling.
About Calvary Addiction Recovery Center
Since 1964, Calvary Addiction Recovery Center has been a leader in Christian addiction treatment and recovery. That same approach has proven effective with other faiths and those seeking a traditional 12-step program. The Calvary program addresses the practical, physical and spiritual aspects of addiction and problem gambling, setting the stage for long-term recovery and restored family life. For more information, please visit www.calvaryaddictionrecoverycenternews.com
About Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. (PSI)
Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. offers an extensive continuum of behavioral health programs to critically ill children, adolescents and adults and is the largest operator of owned or leased freestanding psychiatric inpatient facilities with more than 11,000 beds in 32 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. PSI also manages freestanding psychiatric inpatient facilities for government agencies and psychiatric inpatient units within medical/surgical hospitals owned by others. For more information, please visit www.behavioralhealthmedia.com