OCD and Anxiety
(Oconomowoc, Wis.) Rogers Behavioral Health, a nationally recognized leader in behavioral healthcare for adults, children and adolescents, has expanded its nationaloutreach efforts with the addition of Renee Most to the Minneapolis area.
Most brings more than 10 years of experience in clinical care, consulting and outreach to Rogers. Based in Minneapolis, she will work with referring providers and families who may benefit from access to Rogers Behavioral Health—Minneapolis, expected to open in Eden Prairie in spring 2016, as well as Rogers’ comprehensive array of services in Wisconsin and other regional locations.
Most will benefit from her knowledge of the Minnesota market, having previously worked as a clinical consultant at Assistance in Recovery (AIR) in Minneapolis. She also practiced clinical consulting independently, conducting evaluations for her clients before admission to substance abuse treatment. The St. Catherine’s University graduate has a master’s degree in addiction studies from Hazelden Graduate School.
“Renee’s extensive experience connecting with local clinicians, professionals and other referents will be especially helpful for getting the word out to these communities about how Rogers can help meet critical needs in mental health care,” says Mary Jo Wiegratz, manager of national outreach. “Her relationships in the field as well as her eagerness to form new connections will undoubtedly help us provide the highest quality of care to as many patients as possible.”
Rogers Behavioral Health—Minneapolis will offer specialized outpatient services for patients seeking treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety, eating disorders, depression and mood disorders and posttraumatic stress disorder. As a system, Rogers Behavioral Health includes three hospital campuses and six outpatient locations in Wisconsin, and regional locations in Tampa, FL, Nashville, TN, and Skokie, IL, in addition to Minneapolis.
Feel free to contact Renee at 612-979-5455 or by email at Renee.Most@rogersbh.org(link sends e-mail).