Rogers teams show their Halloween spirit11/15/23 12:00:pm
Appleton therapist, Kelly Lang, decided to make her pet of the month a Halloween edition, so colleagues could show off paw-sitively cute costumes. Additionally, the team decided to dress in fairytales and puns. Megan Dircz, director of operations, was one of the “Spice Girls.”
The Denver team dressed in animal onesies, as ghosts, a dinosaur, a witch, a Viking, a grandma, Ms. Frizzle (from the Magic School Bus), and Wednesday Addams (from the Addams Family).
Teammates in Hinsdale had fun dressing up, with the float therapists wearing swim floaties.
In Los Angeles, there was an “OCD fortune teller”, a tab in Salesforce, cowgirl Barbie, Ratatouille, and the Hamburglar, among other creative costumes.
In Madison, the child and adolescent team had a food costume theme, while the adult OCD and anxiety team’s theme was Winne the Pooh. Their Fun committee gave everyone treat bags to celebrate and appreciate the team.
Teammates at the Herrington Center for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery in Oconomowoc dressed as the “Herrington Hippies”, promoting peace, love, and equality.
“Attack of the Dr. Rickers’ clones” was in full force at Focus Depression Recovery adult residential care.
Halloween was alive and well at Rogers’ San Diego, where teammates enjoyed a spooktacular potluck and a pumpkin carving contest while wearing costumes.
Skokie’s child and adolescent team took patients trick-or-tricking throughout the clinic while decked out for Halloween.
The team at Silver Lake dressed as Uncertain-Tea, Pac Man, dominoes, and Operation, among other characters. They held trick-or-treating for adolescent patients during their treatment day. Additionally, they flexed their artistic flair in their annual pumpkin carving contest the week prior. The winner was the UFO “beaming up” a cow from the farm.
Team Tampa dressed as characters from the movie, “Saw”, in addition to jellyfish, Scooby-Doo, Dora the Explorer, and Gryffindor from Harry Potter to name a few.
Patients and staff at Walnut Creek enjoyed a Halloween costume fashion show.