A’nna Jurich has more than 24 years of clinical experience and has been a member of the clinical team at Gateway Foundation since 1994 when she joined as a counselor for adolescents. She has been an integral part of the Carbondale facility’s development working as a clinical supervisor for 18 years and then program director prior to accepting the position of executive director in 2018. As a clinical supervisor, A’nna led teams to develop the behavioral and cognitive aspects of Gateway Carbondale’s Adolescent Program. She also helped develop the first adult and adult co-occurring Residential programs and has been part of the expansion of Medicated-Assisted Treatment for Outpatient programs.
A’nna is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and has provided Motivational Interviewing training to staff and other agencies in the region. A’nna continues to provide training and leadership to staff to ensure that the most advanced practices are provided to patients.
A’nna has a master’s of rehabilitation counseling degree from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a certified reciprocal alcohol and other drug counselor.
Kyaw Naing, MD, PhD
Dr. Kyaw Naing has been practicing in the Carbondale community for over 25 years, beginning with his residency at Southern Illinois Family Medicine Center in 1993. He joined Gateway Foundation in 1996 as a medical director.
Dr. Naing continues to serve as an associate professor in the residency program providing education and supervision to residents at SI Family Medicine. Additionally he serves in the role of medical director at the Jackson County Health Department, Neuro Restorative, BPL Plasma Center and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale’s Physician Assistant Program. Dr. Naing is a prolific lecturer and has provided national and international presentations on topics related to family medicine and community health education, as well as others. He serves on multiple committees and boards throughout southern Illinois.
Dr. Naing earned his medical degree from the University Institute of Medicine.
Gateway Foundation’s Carbondale staff consists of a diverse and compassionate group of experts with a wide range of experience, knowledge and skill sets. The team includes certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs), as well as licensed staff such as licensed professional counselors (LPCs), licensed clinical professional counselors (LCPCs) and licensed social workers (LSWs). They are trained in, and incorporate, evidence-based practices such as Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Sobriety and Seeking Safety, also known as trauma-informed care. The team develops creative and individualized treatment plans to meet the needs of all of our unique patients and addresses the wellness of the whole person including addiction, mental health and support concerns. With the assistance of masters-level interns, the team provides interactive and educational groups twice per day, including family therapy group, H.O.P.E. group (Healthy Options for managing Pain Effectively) and introductions to local recovery organizations such as AA, NA, Refuge Recovery and Celebrate Recovery.
To learn about Gateway Foundation Carbondale, our expert staff, and our premier facilities, call us at 618.529.1151. Our specialists are waiting to answer your questions and get you the help you deserve. You don’t have to struggle with addiction alone. Let the caring addiction treatment staff at Gateway Foundation Carbondale help you find the recovery you deserve, today.