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Posted: Nov 6, 2010 07:37

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Vive, Inc.
Boulder, CO


Willow Rubin
New Clinical Director At Vive



Contact:
Sarah Bly
Office Manager
303-449-2516
sbly@vivenow.com
www.vivenow.com

November 3, 2010

Vive, Inc and "Viver" team members are pleased to announce the appointment of Willow Rubin to the position of Clinical Director at Vive. Willow has worked in the therapeutic industry for 14 years and has been a Vive clinician for 3 years.

Willow began working with at risk youth, while working towards her Master's degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy. After achieving her degree, Willow worked for the Boulder County Mental Health Center. Now a licensed professional counselor and a marriage and family therapist, Willow brings a deep understanding to Vive of family dynamics and a personal knowledge of the Vive model, including her contributions to "Chaos to Connection: Nine Heart Centered Essentials for Parenting Your Teen", in addition to promoting a holistic and integrated approach to therapy.

"As Vive has expanded to reach new markets, Willow has effortlessly stepped up to the challenge of supervising and managing clinician teams across the country to best serve our families," said President and Founder David Herz.

"After many years of working with families and supervising Vive's amazing clinicians, I am thrilled to be the new clinical director. Vive's clinical model is the culmination of so many dedicated, innovative, skilled practitioners, and I look forward to both honoring the roots of the work while growing and evolving our model," said Rubin.

Vive supports young people and their families who find themselves struggling with a difficult transition or life event, or who are experiencing mild to moderate emotional issues. Vive clients benefit from personalized support but are not currently in need of residential treatment.


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