Alpine Academy Welcomes New Clinician
Alpine Academy welcomes Joni Fotheringham to our clinical team. Joni brings a wealth of experience in working with those who struggle with substance abuse, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
In 1992, Joni earned a degree in Psychology from Westminster College. She took a break from her education pursuits to raise her young sons following the death of her husband that same year. After her sons were grown, Joni returned to school and earned a Master’s degree from University of Phoenix in 2013. Joni went to work for the House of Hope, a residential treatment center in Salt Lake City that helps women with substance abuse disorders. In that setting she gained valuable experience in working with a variety of mental health situations. Joni is passionate about working with women, particularly empowering women of all ages to become the best possible versions of themselves. She is looking forward to engaging the young women and their families to effect positive change in their lives. Alpine Academy is excited to put Joni’s therapeutic and life experience to work in helping our students and families.
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Alpine Academy offers family-based residential treatment that is uniquely successful at helping teenage girls learn the skills to succeed at home, in school, and with their own families. Alpine is a part of Utah Youth Village, one of Utah’s oldest and largest charities providing treatment to children and families in crisis.