Meghan Robinson BPsych, CADC-T, CPRC
RECOVERY COACH, CASE MANAGER AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Meghan Robinson joined the North Georgia Family Counseling Center as a resource to help our community fight the current addiction epidemic. Meghan provides; consulting, coaching, case management, treatment placement and family support. She acts as a liaison to the local and nationwide treatment center and recovery industry. She has a wide knowledge base for free community support groups and 12 step programs of all kinds. She also works with one of the country’s leading intervention teams, InterventionASAP. InterventionASAP’s focus is on nation-wide interventions, for people of all ages suffering from mental health issues and addictive disorders. Meghan is a member of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia, a non-profit committee that provides informative and educational continuing education for treatment providers.
Meghan’s personal experience in recovery in and her long-term sobriety narrowed her focus to the addiction and recovery field. With a desire to help those facing the same challenges she faced, she pursued her psychology degree at Arizona State University. Turning her darkest pain in to her passion, hoping to help end the stigma surrounding addiction, Meghan began her career focused in the recovery and intervention industry at Hayes, Davidson and Associates. She provided patient and family support for those suffering from substance abuse, mental health issues and process addictions.
Meghan is a member of the American Psychological Association, holds dual membership in the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association and the National Association for Addiction, Drug and Alcohol Counseling. She is a Peer Recovery Coach and currently pursuing her certification hours in Georgia to be a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor.
Meghan’s e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meghan’s phone: (404) 772-2633