Seabrook, which is grounded in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), provides a multifaceted medical approach to alcohol and drugs abuse, including yoga, EMDR, psychodrama, music therapy, and adventure based counseling. Our leadership team has more than 40 years of vast expertise and is committed to helping clients and their families make addiction recovery possible.
Gina L. Marchando DMFT, LMFT, CHt, CIt
Dr. Marchando is a licensed marriage and family therapist, traumatologist, board certified hypnotherapist, and certified incorporation therapist with multiple years experience at one of the country’s premiere trauma programs. Being a certified incorporation therapist, Marchando is experienced using the Rapid Reduction Technique (RRT) for flashback management and post traumatic symptom reduction. Marchando obtained both her masters and doctoral degree at Nova Southeastern University as well as post graduate certificate in family systems healthcare. Marchando created “The P.I.N.W.H.E.A.L. Project (c)” (Partners in Wholeness & Healing). Recently completing its pilot study, The P.I.N.W.H.E.A.L. Project (c), the first and only of its kind, is a systemically designed program that researches the effects of early childhood abuse and trauma on the non-abused and non-traumatized partner. While Marchando has worked with individuals, couples and families in treatment on a variety of issues, she has specialized experience in the treatment of PTSD, and working with survivors of trauma/abuse. Moreover, she has extensive experience working with the full spectrum of dissociative disorders, including dissociative identity disorder (DID). Marchando has not only served in clinical and administrative capacities but has pioneered a specialty outpatient program for trauma. Marchando brings a wealth of experience, expertise and care to the most complex PTSD cases. Marchando was previously on faculty at North Central University and has worked at several addiction treatment facilities in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
David Russo, MD, FAC
David P. Russo, MD, FACS serves proudly as Seabrook’s medical director. In 1986, Dr. Russo graduated from Hahnemann University as a doctor of medicine and completed his residency at Monmouth Medical Center. Following his residency, Dr. Russo joined the Surgical Associates of Huntingdon County where he began his surgical career. Doctor’s specialties included bariatric and various cancer procedures. His duties include meeting with patients to provide thorough medical diagnoses, and directing medical staff. Upon achieving his fellowship of addiction medicine in 2019, David Russo became a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and a certified preventative addiction medicine provider.
Megan Crooke, MBA
Director of Business Development
Megan Crooke, MBA oversees all business development activities for Seabrook. In 2011, Megan earned a Global Masters in Business Administration from Suffolk University in Boston with studies in Singapore and Brazil. In 2013, Megan began her work in Clinical Outreach at Seabrook and by 2017 she was promoted to Director of Business Development. Prior to working at Seabrook, Megan worked at a boutique research firm focused on qualitative pharmaceutical research. Megan is a certified yoga instructor, and avid traveler. Megan can be reached at 973-951-5099 or [email protected].
Amanda M. Keefe, MA, LAC, NCC
Director of Admissions
Amanda Keefe has been working in the addiction field since 2015. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Georgian Court University and went on to obtain her Master’s degree from Georgian Court as well in Clinical Mental Health/Professional Counseling. Amanda has worked in many roles as an addictions professional with experience that ranges from admissions to counseling roles. In her new role as Director of Admissions at Seabrook, Amanda hopes to bring positive change and strong leadership to the team..