Mary Hickey, M.Ed
Executive Functioning Coach
Parent Workshop Facilitator
Originally from Connecticut, Mary came to Arizona to attend Prescott College where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Adventure Education, with an emphasis in therapeutic use of the wilderness. She earned her Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Relations from Northern Arizona University.

Mary is a long time veteran in the field of adolescent, young adult and family residential treatment, bringing over 20 years of experience to her work at Red Mountain Sedona. In her previous positions Mary served as the Executive Director of TreeHouse Learning Community, a transitional living program for college students in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, Assistant Head of School and Admissions Director of Spring Ridge Academy, an adolescent residential treatment program, and Head Field Instructor for Wilderness Quest, a wilderness therapy program.

Mary is deeply dedicated to supporting young people and their families in the therapeutic process. She is a Certified Parent Coach and has facilitated parent and family workshops. Mary has also presented at numerous conferences, academic institutions and parents programs on successful transitions in treatment and supporting parents in the treatment process.

Mary is a dedicated wife and mother, finding her greatest sense of joy and inspiration in her family. Her personal interests include fitness, camping, meditation and travel. Mary also has deep love for running and competes in local races. She volunteers for Girls on the Run, an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring young girls to find joy, confidence and connection through running.