Sierra Gabrys, M.Ed., LCPC, NCC, CCM
Clinical Director – Illinois
Sierra Gabrys, M.Ed., LCPC, NCC, CCM, enjoys exercise and fitness and feels her best when she's staying active and caring for herself. She loves watching patients make progress in their treatment and supporting them and the treatment team through their journeys.
- Hometown: Chicago, IL
- Certifications & Degrees: Masters in Community Counseling, BS in Psychology, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Certified Case Manager
- Interests & Passions:Exercise and fitness, especially running & dance. I feel my best when I’m staying active and caring for myself. I believe incorporating physical activity into treatment is so important! I also enjoy reading and cheering on family and friends in their sports and activities.
- What do you like most about your job? I love watching patients make progress in their treatment and supporting them and the treatment team through this journey. I enjoy these collaborative relationships as it is vital to positive patient outcomes.
- Together we…will learn, grow, and succeed!
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