Capitol Care Hires Two New Directors of Clinical Services in Stanhope and Somerset Facilities, Behavioral Health Care Provider Continues to Expand Services in New Jersey

(Stanhope, N.J., August 7, 2012)—Capitol Care, Inc., a behavioral health care provider, recently hired two new Director of Clinical Services, Dr. Sam Pirozzi at their Stanhope facility, and Dr. Dinelly Holder Gibson at their Somerset location.
Sam is a New Jersey licensed professional counsel, marriage and family therapist and licensed clinical drug and alcohol counselor with over 30 years of experience. He has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient mental health and chemical dependency treatment, inpatient treatment centers, hospitals, universities and in private practice. Throughout his professional career, he has gained experience in almost all aspects of behavioral health.
Sam has an EdD in Health Care Education from Nova Southeastern University and degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy, Community Psychology, and Psychology. He has licenses and certifications in mental health, clinical drug and alcohol counseling, and marriage and family therapy.
Dr. Dinelly Holder Gibson is a licensed professional counselor who, over the past 10 years, has worked within the behavioral health care field in substance abuse and mental health arenas including outpatient, methadone maintenance and vocational rehabilitation. She also has experience in clinical settings and working with agencies in promoting client success stories. Under her new position, Dinelly will work with clients who have developmental disabilities and/or mental health disorders.
“Sam and Dinelly's expertise in behavioral and mental health issues and focus on direct intervention and solution-based approaches will be great additions to our team,” said Tina Cooke, chief executive officer of Capitol Care, Inc. "We look forward to learning from their professional work and practices."
Dinelly has his M.S. in Education specializing in Rehabilitation Counseling from Hunter College and a Ph.D. in Human Services with a concentration in Counseling Studies from Capella University.

About Capitol Care
Capitol Care, Inc. is a behavioral health care provider located in Stanhope, N.J. The agency provides a variety of programs for adults and adolescents who suffer from behavioral, developmental and psychological disorders. Each program focuses on improving the emotional well-being and interpersonal relationships of persons served. Staff members are dedicated to providing personalized treatment plans designed to help individuals achieve their full potential. For more information, visit or call 973-426-1440.


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