Anna Ciulla LMHC, LCPC, LPCC, LPC, RD, LD, is the esteemed CEO at Zenith Behavioral Health. With over 20 years of comprehensive experience in the field of Behavioral Health, Anna brings a wealth of expertise both as a practitioner and in an administrative capacity. Her remarkable background encompasses a strong focus on eating disorders, mental health, and substance abuse.   Anna is a licensed mental health counselor across multiple states, reflecting her commitment to providing high-quality care to individuals in need. Furthermore, she holds licenses and registration as a dietitian, showcasing her comprehensive approach to holistic wellness.   As a leader, Anna embodies a model of transparency and inclusion, driven by her unwavering passion for the field. Her exceptional leadership skills were most recently demonstrated during her tenure as Chief Executive Officer at Beach House Center for Recovery, where she successfully facilitated the growth and prosperity of the organization.   Beyond her professional accomplishments, Anna nurtures a deep love for music spanning various genres. She also finds joy in hiking and delights in exploring new culinary experiences at restaurants. We invite you to stop by and extend a warm welcome to Anna as she joins our exceptional Zenith Family. Her presence is sure to elevate our commitment to excellence in behavioral health care.
When to Seek Psychiatric Help for Teens
Mental Health

When to Seek Psychiatric Help for Teens

In the complex landscape of teen mental health, it’s crucial for parents, caregivers, and educators to be attuned to the subtle signals that might indicate

underlying mental health condition and self-harm in teens. Teens self injure due to self-critical outlook and other mental health conditions.

What Triggers Self-Harm in Teens

What is Self-Harm? Self-harm, also known as self-injury or self-mutilation, refers to the intentional act of inflicting pain on oneself as a way of coping