|SARASOTA – The Florida Center for Early Childhood recently promoted Marina Bunch, LMHC, to Chief Operating Officer. Bunch previously served as the Clinical Director of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Services. |
“Marina is well suited for the COO position,” said Dr. Kristie Skoglund, Chief Executive Officer. “During her tenure at The Florida Center, she has demonstrated excellent leadership skills, professionalism and helped to expand our clinical services.”
|Bunch has worked with children and families since 2006. She specializes in the areas of infant/early childhood mental health and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Bunch earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2004, a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling in 2011, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision with a specialization in leadership. |
Bradley Dorrill, a mental health therapist at The Florida Center, was promoted to fill Bunch’s previous role as Clinical Director of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Services. Dorrill has a master’s degree in clinical counseling and has advanced training in a variety of child and adolescent therapies.
|“We are very fortunate to have a team of passionate and driven professionals, which allows us to frequently promote from within,” said Skoglund. “It’s one of the things that sets us apart from other organizations and something we are very proud of.” |
About the Florida Center for Early Childhood For more than 40 years, The Florida Center for Early Childhood has been the leading provider of therapeutic services, early education and healthy development for young children in southwest Florida, offering a seamless delivery of services for the whole child and their family. Today, the agency is nationally recognized for its early childhood expertise in a variety of specialties. The Florida Center provides developmental therapies, mental health counseling, Starfish Academy preschool, the Healthy Families home-visiting program, and the state’s only Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders clinic. For more information, visit www.thefloridacenter.org or call 941-371-8820.
|Florida Center for Early Childhood4620 17th St., Sarasota 342356929 Outreach Way, North Port 34287| (941) 371-8820 | E-mail | Website|