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Being Thankful for the Work of Riggs Staff – Part 3

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The Austen Riggs Center is thankful to have a dedicated staff devoted to improving the lives of emotionally troubled people.Every day, the staff at Riggs work to realize this psychiatric hospital and residential treatment center’s stated mission: “to improve the lives of emotionally troubled and ‘treatment-resistant’ patients by providing quality and cost-effective treatment. The focus throughout the Center’s programs is on the importance of human relationships and the responsibility and dignity of the individual.”

Earlier this year, Riggs held a blog competition among staff members where we asked them to write about the topic: “How My Work Makes a Difference.” This week, we’re featuring the final two staff perspectives that explore the ways in which their individual work complements and contributes to the overall treatment of our patients. 

We are grateful to have such a dedicated, knowledgeable and talented staff and are thankful for the contributions they make on a daily basis to the Riggs community. 

How My Work Makes a Difference - Part 5 by Admissions Coordinator, Nicki May

How My Work Makes a Difference - Part 6 by Manager of Institutional Research, Kim Hunter-Schaedle, PhD

Being Thankful for the Work of Riggs Staff – Part 1 

Being Thankful for the Work of Riggs Staff – Part 2 

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