Karyn Horowitz, MD received her BA in
Honors Psychology from the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI and her MD from
Yale University School of Medicine,
where she graduated AOA. Following
medical school she completed two years
of internal medicine training at the
University of Chicago Hospitals before
entering her psychiatry training at
Columbia University. She completed
both her adult psychiatry residency and
child and adolescent psychiatry
fellowship at Columbia University.
Currently she is the director of
Outpatient Services and the Access
Center at Emma Pendleton Bradley
Margaret Paccione has over 30 years of experience in supervisory and administrative positions, as well as extensive clinical experience in a variety of healthcare settings with multiple behavioral health populations. She holds a doctoral degree in psychology from Fordham University in New York and an undergraduate degree in business education from the City University of New York.
As a licensed psychologist, teacher and rehabilitation specialist, Paccione is currently the director of quality and clinical innovation. Prior to this position, she served as the psychologist manager and director of residential services at Bradley Hospital.
Previously, she served as the regional administrator for behavioral health services for the statewide Delaware correctional system. Paccione’s other former positions include director of the department of psychiatry and human behavior for Southern Chester County Medical Center in Pennsylvania, program director, drug and alcohol services division, life guidance services also in Pennsylvania, and chief of clinical services, Phelps Memorial Hospital Center in New York.
Paccione has managed multi-site, multi-service programs in the not for profit sector, has directed her own private practice/consulting corporation and worked in the private, for profit behavioral sector as well. She has published in the areas of both mental health and substance abuse.
Patricia Perry has been employed at
Bradley Hospital for 24 years. She works
in many capacities in the Department of
Behavioral Education and is passionate
and dedicated to the mission of Bradley
Hospital. She has attended Rhode Island
School of Design and provides graphic
services for various projects.