Corporate Counseling Associates Expands Team

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<p><strong>New York &mdash; Dec. 19</strong><br />Corporate Counseling Assoc. Inc. (CCA) announced team changes and additions to support CCA&rsquo;s continued growth in performance consulting, EAP, work/life and behavioral health care.<br /><br />Promoted and new individuals include:<br /><br />Jay Sandys, LCSW, SAP &ndash; Assistant Director of Clinical Services &ndash; Sandys was promoted to reflect the growth and complexity of CCA&rsquo;s counseling department. A seasoned clinician and manager, with expertise in personal and organizational issues, he has more than 11 years of experience in the mental health and medical fields. At CCA, Sandys consults with managers, supervises clinical staff and provides direct services to clients; he is also involved with strategic initiatives, policy formulation and quality assurance. Prior to joining CCA, Sandys was a manager at New York Presbyterian Hospital&ndash;Weill Cornell Medical Center, where he managed a large professional staff, coordinated several programs, and assisted in organizational development as a change facilitator. He has an M.S.W. from Tulane University and is completing his Ph.D. dissertation at New York University.<br /><br />Keith Baker, M.S., LMSW, CASAC, SAP &ndash; Manager, Behavioral Health Care Services &ndash; As manager of behavioral health care, Baker is able to guide CCA&rsquo;s philosophy of &ldquo;Quality Care is the Best Practice Model.&rdquo; Credentialed in substance abuse treatment, he previously worked for the Hazelden Foundation as the primary clinician in the Intensive Outpatient Program in New York. He also worked as a utilization reviewer for a manager care company with many educational, governmental and publicly traded companies as clients. Baker is a graduate of The Columbia University School of Social Work and completed his professional training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Payne Whitney Clinic&rsquo;s affective disorders unit.<br /><br />Lorraine Moore, M.A. &ndash; Consultant &ndash; Moore&rsquo;s areas of specialization include talent management, succession planning, selection techniques, assessment centers, competency frameworks, 360 feedback systems and organizational development. She brings diverse business experience to CCA, including HR consulting for a variety of corporations across the U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Eastern Europe, India and China. Her experience also includes development and implementation of organizational culture surveys and merger facilitation, organizational structure, employee attitude surveys, career transition/development, outplacement, executive search and individual coaching. She earned her M.A. in organizational psychology at the University of Manchester, U.K.<br /><br />Cory Anne Logan, LMSW &ndash; Consultant &ndash; Logan advises Fortune 500 executives to enhance the health, wellness and safety of the workplace. Consultations focus on employee development, behavioral health, substance abuse, crisis response, work/family challenges and violence prevention. She also customizes and delivers interventions in team building, conflict resolution, diversity management, 360 feedback, organizational surveys and executive coaching. Her work in organizational development blends a background in social work and group dynamics with experience improving team productivity. Before CCA, Logan served as manager consultant at the Employee Development Center of Weill-Cornell Medical College and director of programs and development for National Student Partnerships (NSP), a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. Logan earned her M.S. in social work at Columbia University.<br /><br />&ldquo;We&rsquo;re excited to welcome these new professionals and their diverse talents and expertise,&rdquo; said Bob Levy, president of Corporate Counseling. &ldquo;Both individually and collectively, they will bolster our continued growth as we approach the new year.&rdquo; </p>

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