Oswego, NY – Hannah Aubertine, MS/CAS in counseling services, has been named a Clinical Dependency Therapist at Farnham Family Services, according to Jeanne M. Unger, MS, Executive Director of the Oswego-based substance abuse clinic.
Aubertine will provide biopsychosocial evaluations, individual and group counseling and case management services.
“I am very excited to join Farnham, and am extremely proud to be part of such a great team,” said Aubertine.
Aubertine graduated from St. John Fisher College with a BA in Psychology and minors in Philosophy and Anthropology. She earned her MS and CAS in Counseling Services from SUNY Oswego, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA.
“Hannah will be a tremendous addition to Farnham,” said Unger. “We look forward to utilizing her knowledge and experience within our clinical dependency division.”
Aubertine, from Cazenovia, New York, was recently married, and lives in Manlius with her husband, Tim. She is interested in health and wellness, and is a certified personal trainer. During her time at St. John Fisher, she was a four-year starter on the women’s volleyball team, and was a 6-time female athlete of the week.
Established in 1971, Farnham Family Services is a United Way agency that offers prevention services, school-based Student Assistance and treatment services to all residents of Oswego and surrounding counties. All services are licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. Farnham’s professionally certified staff is comprised of competent and skillful individuals who are continually updated with training through conferences and workshops.
Farnham Family Services has provided services to the community for over 35 years. Their offices are located in the cities of Oswego and Fulton and provide comprehensive treatment services – including acupuncture detoxification. Families or individuals interested in learning more about Farnham Family Services please call 342-4489 or visit them online at www.farnhaminc.org.