Margie Hayduk, LPC, M.Ed, NCC
Director Of Family Programming & Primary Therapist - Substance Use Disorder
Margie is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She is a licensed professional counselor and is certified in Trauma Therapy, ARISE Interventions and Youth Ministry. Her career at Focus began in 2009 in the outpatient program. She later moved to a primary counselor position, was appointed the Director of Family Services, and co-facilitates the Families in Focus program once a month.
Margie left her roots in Michigan in 1977 after her first child was born. Husband’s job included relocating every 1-3 years to various places around the country. This was until they started enjoying the comfort of family life thus settling down in Cleveland Tennessee in 1992. Margie enjoyed staying home with 5 children while completing her college degrees. After completing an undergraduate degree, she accepted a job teaching at a Christian High School in Chattanooga and moved on to graduate school. During her ten years of teaching, she completed her graduate degree, obtained her counseling license, and began counseling individuals and families at Focus. Margie brings life experience, insight, and intention to meeting the needs of struggling individuals and their families. Her goal is to offer genuine loving regard and compassion and help build trusting relationships among the individuals and families she helps.