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Ryan has been a part of the Aspiro team since 2009 and throughout his tenure has had the opportunity to work in the areas of Admissions, Program Development, Primary Therapist, and Clinical Director. Ryan has […]
Student-led projects are a positive component of the curriculum at Summit Prep, located in Montana.
Here is an example of how successful this can be. Current student Joe had a great idea: he wanted to build a small pond in the courtyard.
With five years of landscaping experience under […]
SPOTLIGHT – Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is Thrilled to Announce Christine Riley, LMFT as Clinical Director
Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is excited and honored to announce Christine Riley, LMFT as the new Clinical Director at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness. Blue Ridge has grown and evolved tremendously over the last sixteen months, and they continue to strengthen their commitment to healthy growth and company culture […]
Shepherds Hill Academy (SHA), a Residential Therapeutic Boarding School in Martin, GA, celebrates 16 years this August of offering hope and healing to teens and families in crisis.
Beginning in 2001, Shepherds Hill combines a rigorous fully accredited Academy with Therapeutic care. A 5:1 Student […]
SPOTLIGHT -Havenwood Academy, in Cedar City, UT is excited to be opening a sister program called Zion Hills Academy
Havenwood Academy, in Cedar City, UT is excited to be opening a sister program called Zion Hills Academy. They have operated for three years under current capacity, and are preparing a new treatment home as the demand for treatment of teenage girls is continuing to grow.
Havenwood specializes in treating teen […]
What is the single most important factor of survival or attribute of a survivor?
Novitas students enjoyed this Project Based Learning lesson on survival. They first studied Aron Ralston.
Aron Ralston is the young man that had to cut off his forearm to free himself from a […]
The Rocky Mountain Regional National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) conference will he held in Whitefish, MT at the beautiful Grouse Mountain Lodge, on June 22 and 23, 2017.
This conference is an annual event bringing varying types of treatment programs, wilderness therapy programs, referring professionals/educational […]
SPOTLIGHT – SUWS Of The Carolinas Adds Melissa Villodas, LPC And Erica Thiessen House, LPC To Clinical Team
This month, two skilled clinicans join the clinical team to assist SUWS of the Carolinas to further the mission of providing safe, and clinically driven, wilderness therapy programming to the clients and their families.
Melissa Villodas, LPC joins the […]