Maggie McFadden is a Kansas BSRB Licensed Addiction Counselor and is the Executive Program Director of Doolittle & Associates Healthcare, LLC. She is an accomplished Addiction Specialist and Counselor with over 38 years’ experience highly committed to her passion in providing treatment care and support to those struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. Maggie particularly enjoys working with Adolescents and Families as a specialty.
Her strong track record of establishing solid relationships with clients, families, children, other counselors, and local agencies reflects her commitment and motivation to achieve great outcomes for everyone involved, but especially the client. She feels family support plays a vital role in the client’s care and provides family counseling and education as well.
Maggie’s joy is being a caring, supportive resource to anyone dealing and coping with addiction. She is highly committed to her clients’ care, with sensitivity placed on promoting individual strengths and limiting weaknesses. As counselor, she and the client work together to build respectful, therapeutic relationships while achieving effective treatment goals for long-term health and well-being.
Her reputation speaks for itself professionally by being known in the Kansas City metro area. She has successfully held several leadership program roles where she has developed and improved quality care initiatives, implemented the philosophy and goals of various programs, and assured delivery of excellence and client satisfaction. She has been a Counselor for Valley Hope and Program Director for several familiar locations: Bridgeway Recovery, Mainstream Women’s Center, College Meadows Hospital, Charter Hospital, and for Dr. Ron Johnson.
Maggie continues to stay current with her Continuing Education and holds a Bachelor of Sciences-Human Services degree with an emphasis on Addiction from Washburn University.
Maggie encourages anyone experiencing drug or alcohol struggles to give a call and discuss options, as she strongly feels anyone wanting to overcome addiction can feel and have that opportunity of hope.