Margaret “Peg” Diehl, LCADC, ICADC
“Peg” Diehl has helped write Seabrook House’s rich, 38-plus year history as much as anyone. She co-founded Seabrook House with her late husband Jerome J. Diehl in 1974, designed and implemented the original family treatment program at Seabrook House, and continues to work today in the Seabrook House Family Program. She has been a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) since 1977, an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC) since 1991 and in 2004, became one of the first Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselors (LCADC) in New Jersey. Peg began her recovery as a family member 45 years ago.
Edward M. Diehl
“Ed” began his career in the chemical dependency treatment field in 1976. A year later, Ed joined his family at Seabrook House in 1977 as a Certified Alcoholism Counselor (CAC). In 1986, Ed was named Vice-President of Clinical and Community Services, overseeing all treatment activities and external communications. Shortly after his father’s death in 1989, Ed was appointed President of Seabrook House – the position he holds today. Ed’s expertise lies in the areas of healthcare financing, development, public policy, and managing within a rapidly changing environment. In 2013, Ed will be celebrating 39 years of sobriety.
Joseph N. Ranieri, DO, ABAM
Dr. Ranieri oversees all aspects of the medical treatment of patients for detoxification and residential treatment. He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1991. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and has practiced in South Jersey for 19 years. His is a Diplomate and Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. In 2007, he started to assist and educate his primary care patients in addiction treatment options. Dr. Ranieri came to Seabrook House with extensive experience which includes working in his private practice, The Center for Healing Light and Integrative Medicine in Sewell, New Jersey. He has continued to volunteer for a Drug & Alcohol Christian Discipleship Recovery House, since 2003 and as a Drug and Alcohol Monitor for the Professional Assistance Program ( formerly PHP ) since 1998. As a licensed, Medical Acupuncturist, he has incorporated Medical Acupuncture to ease the cravings and withdraw symptoms from substance abuse.
Stephanie Loebs, RN, BSN
Director of Medical Services
Stephanie began her career in addiction medicine and treatment services in 1993. She began working at the Farley Center in Williamsburg, VA in 1995 and has since held numerous positions including director of nursing, director of admissions, and director of clinical services. In 2005, Stephanie was appointed Executive Director at the Farley Center. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. Today, Stephanie oversees all medical operations for all Seabrook House programs and sites. She has expertise in addiction medicine nursing, quality management, fiscal management, licensing and accreditation, program development, utilization review and marketing.
Matthew J. Wolf
Vice President Business Operations
“Matt” oversees all business development functions: triage/assessments, admissions, marketing, community relations, call center helpline and contracts management. In addition, Matt supervises medical records and information technology at Seabrook House, which includes the operation of Sequest’s TIER electronic medical record (EMR). In his 24 plus years with the organization, Matt has served as a Helpline Counselor, Director of Admissions, Director of Business Development, and in his current position, as Vice President of Business Operations. In 2013, Matt will celebrate 29 years in recovery from chemical dependency. LinkedIn Profile
Arthur C. Schwarz, MBA
Chief Financial Officer
As CFO of Seabrook House, Arthur is responsible for all aspects of Seabrook House’s financial operations, including budget preparation, supervision of finance department staff, including Accounting, Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Arthur holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Rowan University and before joining Seabrook House served as the Fiscal Controller for Philadelphia Health Management Corp. in Philadelphia, PA.
Denise Adams , PHR
Vice President Human Resources
As Vice President of Human Resources, Denise is responsible for the strategic planning, development and delivery of employee programs and services to over 200 employees at Seabrook House and Seabrook West. Prior to joining our leadership team, Denise served in a similar role at Metrologic Instruments, Inc. in Gloucester Township, N.J. Denise brings over 15 years of progressive hands-on experience from the variety human resources specialties. She is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management and is certified by the organization as a professional in human resources (PHR). Denise earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a dual concentration in HR and marketing from Rowan University. She began her recovery as a family member 8 years ago
Suzanne Mulrain, MA
Director of Special Projects
As Director of Special Projects, Suzanne will spearhead several important projects that will allow Seabrook House to provide additional patient services at our facilities, expand dynamic Seabrook House programs such as the Family Matrix program at our additional sites, develop community and professional educational opportunities, as well as develop Seabrook House programs in new geographical locations. Suzanne comes to us from a large mental health care organization in Southeastern PA that is comprised of 5 mental health care and addiction treatment businesses owned by a Psychiatrist. Suzanne spent eight years at the corporation serving in three roles: Director of Sales and Marketing for the 5 businesses, Executive Director of the psychiatric group practice with three outpatient offices, and, as Senior Marketing Specialist for the addiction treatment program creating client business development in NJ, NY, CT and DC.
Charles W. Morgan, MD, FASAM, FAAFP
Medical Director Emeritus
Dr. Morgan remains onboard with Seabrook House in the distinguished role of Medical Director Emeritus. Part of his new role will include speaking around the country sharing his expertise and serving as a representative for Seabrook House. Dr. Morgan He holds licenses to practice medicine in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Georgia. He earned his doctor of medicine from State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine and is a board certified member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM). In 1997, he was elected as a prestigious Fellow by the American Society of Addiction Medicine and in 2000 elected as a Fellow by the American Society of Family Physicians. He earned a B.A. in Biology, with distinction, from the University of Rochester, Rochester New York. Dr. Morgan completed his Fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Willingway Hospital in Statesboro, Georgia. In addition to his many certifications in Addiction Counseling over the last 10 years, he also is board eligible in Anesthesia with specialization in Obstetric Anesthesia. For the last 23 years, Dr. Morgan has been a leader in the treatment of addicted physicians, dentists and chiropractors, beginning first as a monitor and evaluator for the Georgia State Board of Medical Examiner. Throughout the 1990′s, he was co-therapist with Dr. Richard Limoges for physicians being treated for addiction under the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Medical Societies and Medical Boards’. Currently, Dr. Morgan is also Deputy Medical Director for the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)