A Maryland native, Mimi brings decades of experience working in hospitals and intensive outpatient settings, treating individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. In addition to an undergraduate degree at Loyola University Maryland and a graduate degree in Psychology from Indiana State University, Mimi has also earned certificate levels 1 and 2 in the treatment of trauma through the Ferentz Institute. She has spent the last 14 years at Kolmac Outpatient Recovery where she worked as a clinician, an embedded consultant in primary care, and most recently as the clinical director.
Time for a quick Q&A!
1. How did you make your way to The Baltimore Station (TBS)?
“I have been familiar with TBS for many years through several community organizations of which I am a member and became aware of the opportunity to work at TBS after being contacted by a recruiter.”
2. What is your favorite part of working at The Baltimore Station so far?
“I have enjoyed being encouraged by leadership to brainstorm and think outside the box when contemplating my role and making additions to the client treatment experience.”
3. What are you hoping to bring to The Baltimore Station?
“I am trauma-informed and have many years of experience working in both psychiatric and substance use treatment settings, so I am hoping to ensure that TBS is offering the most comprehensive treatment experience possible for men with substance use disorders and mental health concerns.”
Welcome to the team Mimi, we look forward to working with you!