The third episode of the Behavioral Health Business Perspectives podcast is now live!
BHB reporter Chris Larson sits down with Doreen Granpeesheh, the founder and CEO of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD). They discuss the origins of CARD, its growth as the largest autism therapy provider in the U.S., why it fell into bankruptcy and what she will do differently now that she has returned to the CEO spot.
Listen to learn:
— Why Granpeesheh decided to scale up her California-based clinic into a national company
— What type of leadership structure she leaned on as CARD grew
— Why she and CARD sought private equity investment
— What pushed CARD into bankruptcy
— Why she left the company and why she’s come back as its owner and CEO