Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders Names Marisa Goodwin as Director of Marketing
Magnolia Creek, LLC. is pleased to announce the hiring of Marisa Goodwin as the new Director of Marketing. "Now that Magnolia Creek has expanded its services to offer both inpatient residential and partial hospitalization treatment services, we are eager to share the good news with professionals and clients in nearby communities," says Nicole Siegfried, Executive Director.
Prior to joining Magnolia Creek, LLC, Ms. Goodwin completed her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia and served as Executive Director, of the Atlanta nonprofit, EDIN (The Eating Disorders Information Network). Ms. Goodwin currently resides and will be working directly from Atlanta, GA where she is very involved in numerous community efforts.
“We are very excited to have Marisa Goodwin join the Magnolia Creek team. Her extensive knowledge of eating disorders and past work experience allow for her seamless integration into the organization,” says Nicole Siegfried, PhD, Executive Director, Magnolia Creek, LLC.
About Magnolia Creek
Peacefully situated beside a private lake and nestled among more than thirty wooded acres just outside Birmingham, Alabama, Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders (formerly known as Magnolia Creek Residential Treatment Center for Eating Disorders) provides residential and partial hospitalization treatment programs for women struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
Their comprehensive residential and partial hospitalization programs provide intensive and personalized treatment in a natural, home-like setting, addressing the medical, psychological, nutritional and relational needs of their clients. Magnolia Creek is licensed by the State of Alabama and is accredited by The Joint Commission. For more information, please call 205-678-4373 or visit www.magnolia-creek.com.
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