As Senior Director of Evidence-Based Programs, Ms. Egan oversees our Blueprints Model Programs which include Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Multisystemic Therapy (MST) and Multisystemic Therapy for Problem Sexual Behaviors (MST-PSB). She also oversees our Intensive Outpatient Program and has been an integral part in the development and management of the School Based Services at Touchstone Health Services. She joined Touchstone Health Services as a Clinical Supervisor with the Multisystemic Therapy Program in June 2004. In 2010, she became the MST/PSB Programs Manager and advanced to Director of Evidence-Based Programs in August of 2013 and then Sr. Director of Evidence-Based Programs in August of 2016. Before her time at Touchstone, Ms. Egan was a Multisystemic Therapist in Cleveland, Ohio and has over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field working with children/adolescents and adults. Ms. Egan has her Master of Arts in Education – Community Counseling from the University of Akron and is independently licensed in the State of Arizona as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
As Director of Practice Transformation, Mrs. Stone supports the leadership team’s goals of adopting new and innovative forms of service delivery while strengthening workflows and processes that yield positive health outcomes and cost savings for our members and the community. She joined Touchstone Health Services in April 2017 to champion the development and implementation of a physical healthcare service model and team to compliment and work collaboratively with existing behavioral health teams offering children, young adults and families the option of receiving fully integrated whole person care in a comfortable, safe and familiar environment. She has been a health provider in this community since 2002, working as a cognitive behavioral therapist offering support and healing in inpatient, outpatient, and private practice settings; serving children, adults, couples, and families. Prior to coming to Touchstone Health Services, she pioneered the first Integrated Care Management program in Maricopa County and offered consultative services to providers wanting to add physical health services into the behavioral health clinics serving members with Serious Mental Illness as a Practice Transformation Consultant with the current Regional Behavioral Health Authority. Mrs. Stone has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is independently licensed by the state of Arizona as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Dr. Wilson is a former U.S. Public Health Service Member. He was granted honorary fellow status by the Isaac Ray Center/ Rush Medical College of Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Wilson is the former Chief Medical Officer of Arizona Department of Behavioral Health, former Substance Abuse Authority for the State of Arizona, former Chief Medical Officer of Friends Hospital in Philadelphia, and the former Vice President of Education and Workplace at the Isaac Ray Center.