I look forward to working with my new colleagues to help our residents achieve their goal of lifelong sobriety.
Derry, NH (PRWEB) January 24, 2014
The Granite House, an extended-care sober living facility in Derry, N.H., is pleased to announce the hiring of Josh New, MSW. Josh will join its Recovery First Physician's Group clinical team as a counselor. Josh will be the primary counselor for several Granite House residents, facilitate group therapy sessions, and help to launch the Granite House's planned family program.
“We are excited that Josh has agreed to join the Granite House and Recovery First Physician’s Group,” said Michael Smith, CEO. “He brings a wealth of experience and a specialized skill set that will benefit our residents and our entire organization.”
Josh comes to the Granite House with over fourteen years of experience in the addiction and recovery field. He spent the last three years as a counselor at a long-term drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Texas. He is trained to treat victims of severe trauma using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy.
“I am excited and honored to join the team here at the Granite House and Recovery First Physician’s Group,” New said. “I look forward to working with my new colleagues to help our residents achieve their goal of lifelong sobriety.”
A Maine native, Josh received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern Maine, and a Masters in Social Work from the University of New England. He and his wife have three children.
Located just forty-five minutes outside of Boston, MA, the Granite House provides affordable, quality residential extended care for young men between the ages of 18-35. For more information about The Granite House and its services, including a detailed description of the program's three phases, visit http://www.GraniteHouseSL.com. Men seeking recovery and their family members are encouraged to call 877-308-8338. Additional resources can be found on the facility's Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/GraniteHouse.