Ally is a key member of the senior management team responsible for launching this state-of-the-art addiction rehab center. Her experience, spanning over 20 years within the Health & Human Services field, combines traditional medicine and holistic practices, a dual aspect that allows for a comprehensive and highly effective wellness treatment plan for her clients struggling with addiction. Ally launched her career at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona as a medical/surgical nurse, then returned to her native Massachusetts where she served as the Director of Nursing for Wayside Youth and Family Support Network in Framingham for 16 years.
Ally specializes in successfully developing nursing and psychiatric teams to operate at maximum efficiency and is highly skilled in training and implementing policies, procedures and philosophies to ensure the highest quality of care for her clients. Ally has been described by peers and colleagues as someone with a keen ability to mentor, collaborate, and team-build within a health services environment.
Ally holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts. Ally’s holistic training includes both Reiki II certification as well as a certification in Shiatsu Bodywork from the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Additionally, Ally is a graduate of the Clark University Human Services Management Graduate Program.
A testament to Ally’s commitment and passion for helping others was evidenced in the Summer of 2000 when she and her husband raised over $8,000 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation by cycling from San Francisco, CA to Cape Cod, MA. She enjoys reading, hiking, and spending time with her husband, three boys and her dog.