Naomi Hewlings, MA, Named Team Leader of Penn Foundation’s Pottstown ACT Team
Naomi Hewlings, MA, has been named team leader of Penn Foundation’s Pottstown ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) team. In this role, she will oversee and coordinate the daily activities of the team.
“We are pleased for Naomi to take over as team leader of our Pottstown ACT team,” says Craig Oliver, MA, director of ACT Services. “Naomi has been a valuable member of the team for three years. Her strong knowledge of the ACT program and well-established relationships with our clients coupled with her genuine compassion and leadership skills will be tremendous assets as she takes on her new responsibilities.”
Hewlings joined Penn Foundation in 2018 as a Mental Health Professional for the Pottstown ACT team and was promoted to Lead Clinician in 2019. She earned her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Kutztown University and her BS in Psychology and Theater from East Stroudsburg University. She resides in Reading.
The ACT program offers a person-centered approach to care that blends the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, addictions, social work, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Individuals benefit from having a transdisciplinary team of professionals who work together to provide highly individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to individuals living with severe mental illness. The Sellersville team also offers a forensics component for individuals in Bucks County who are involved with the justice system. For more information about Penn Foundation’s ACT programs, please contact Craig Oliver, MA, director of ACT services, at 267.404.5924 or firstname.lastname@example.org.