Woodard continues Groden Network’s mission to help others

THE ‘RITE’ STEP: Among the programs Cooper Woodard, The Groden Network’s chief clinical officer, has helped lead in continuing the organization’s mission is the residential intensive treatment and evaluation program, a community-based, staff-secured setting where clients receive behavioral and psychiatric assessment support and stabilization. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
THE ‘RITE’ STEP: Among the programs Cooper Woodard, The Groden Network’s chief clinical officer, has helped lead in continuing the organization’s mission is the residential intensive treatment and evaluation program, a community-based, staff-secured setting where clients receive behavioral and psychiatric assessment support and stabilization. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
C-SUITE AWARDS 2020 CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER, NONPROFIT/SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES: Cooper Woodard | The Groden Network AS A MEDICAL STUDENT at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, Cooper Woodard quickly learned that medicine was not the right path for him. “I did not do well in chemistry,” Woodard said. “But then I took abnormal psychology as an elective…

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