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Counsellor awarded Duperreault Fellowship

Isis Wellman, a counsellor for the Turning Point Substance Abuse Programme, has been awarded the 2015 grant from the Duperreault Fellowship.

The endowment supports the development of residents in the field of substance abuse.

Ms Wellman's award will fund her studies for a Master's of Science in clinical mental health counselling at Walden University.

Fellowship chairwoman Katherine Watson praised the “unwavering commitment” of Ms Isis, who was also a Duperreault Fellow in 2007.

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Published August 05, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated August 05, 2015 at 2:33 am)

Counsellor awarded Duperreault Fellowship

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