Roberts Wesleyan College recognizes Laura Bond
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, N.Y., recognized UR Medicine | Noyes Health therapist and social worker Laura Bond with the 2017 Outstanding Field Instructor Award.
Ms. Bond earned an MSW degree from Arizona State University and has been working at Noyes Mental Health and Wellness in Dansville for 14 years, supervising Roberts Wesleyan student interns for the last 6 years. She also provides clinical supervision for the other therapists at Noyes.
“Laura was chosen to receive this award for her patient, kind and supportive demeanor, and the opportunities that she has provided for our students,” explains Laura Ribbing, head of Field Education for Roberts Wesleyan’s Masters in Social Work Program. “She is great at offering encouragement, advice and answering questions and is able to foster deeper learning, understanding and confidence in students. Students leave Noyes feeling confident in their knowledge and ability and are ready to make a difference.”
“I enjoy helping people every day in my practice,” says Ms. Bond, “and I love teaching and helping students learn and gain self-awareness and insight in order to be better therapists.”
UR Medicine | Noyes Health is the largest employer in Livingston County, and continues to grow and evolve to meet the healthcare needs of the region it serves. As a diverse and broad-based healthcare organization, UR Medicine |Noyes Health provides in-patient and out-patient services in two locations, Dansville and Geneseo, including general surgery, maternity care, mental health and wellness, orthopedics, dialysis and physical therapy. Facilities include a kidney disease and dialysis center and the new Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center, a regional medical and radiation oncology treatment center in partnership with UR Medicine’s world-renowned Wilmot Cancer Institute.