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    Some of Assist U's core staff includes:

    Michael Menefee, Ph.D. - Director of Outpatient Services

    Michael Menefee, M.D.A licensed psychologist since 1976, Dr. Menefee graduated from Stanford University’s doctoral program in 1973 with a specialty in Behavior Therapy. He is the Director of Outpatient Behavioral Health Services at Mills-Peninsula Health Services, including Assist U EAP.

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    Ron Kemper, MA - Director of Business Development

    Ron Kemper, MAA health care professional for 36 years, Ron has been the public relations director for a large health care system in northern California, a lobbyist in Sacramento and Vice President of Business for a child/adolescent mental health program in Silicon Valley. He is currently the Director of Business Development for Behavioral Health Services and Assist U EAP.

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    Linda Gore Webster, MFT, CEAP

    Linda Gore Webster.A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 21 years, Linda provides corporate Employee Assistance counseling on a broad range of issues. She specializes in working with chemically dependent clients and their families and with hospital and healthcare workers and the organizations that employ them.

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    Isabel Ng, LCSW

    Isabel NgA licensed clinical social worker, Isabel has been in clinical practice since 1981. Prior to joining Assist U, she worked in a number of multiethnic settings where she conducted individual, group, and family therapies, provided crisis intervention and case management. Isabel has served as keynote speaker and workshop leader at numerous conferences.

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    Chris Nihil, MA, CEAP

    Chris NihilChris Nihil is the Account Manager/Organizational Development Specialist for Assist U EAP. Chris received a masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional. Chris is also responsible for the assessment of team effectiveness, management consultations and for developing, customizing and teaching training programs.

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