Seen 'n Heard - Feb,
1994 Issue (page 1).
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Anasazi Steadily growing
Mike Merchant, of Anasazi wilderness in Arizona, tells us they are starting trips every Thursday. Their numbers are steadily growing,
with most referrals coming from professionals such as IECA members, Doctors, and counselors. Fund raising for scholarships is doing
well and they have found that one of the best ways to get the word out about their program is through their fund raising efforts.
Approved To Help Parents With TheCost Of Education
Rocky Mountain Academy of North Idaho has been added to the approved list of the TERI Educational Resource Institute for PLEASE
Loans. These are loans to help parents defray the costs of elementary and secondary education.
Training & Experiential Program
Wilderness Treatment Center of Marion, Montana will be joining together with Axiom Counseling Team of Riverside, California to provide
a training and experiential program to enhance personal and professional skills. Taking place in western Montana on the Flathead Middle
Fork River and in the Badger-Two Medicine area, the dates are July 18-22, 1994. Presenters include Hill Rogers, a licensed marriage,
family and child counselor, Judith Rogers, PH.D, Program Director for adolescent chemical dependency and psychiatric services at Knollwood
Hospital and Bob Kircher, the Clinical Director of the Wilderness Treatment Center. Counselor Credit will be allowed for chemical
dependency counselors, Nurse Credit will be allowed for continuing education units, and Professional Development Hours (PHD) will
be allowed for Certified Employee Assistance Counselors. For more information, contact Wilderness Treatment Center, 406-854-2832.
We hear Mission Mountain's recent workshop for moms and daughters was an empowering experience for all.
The Adolescent Workshop Process
Gabriel Rivera, founder/director of TREX, INC. in Bend, Oregon, has started speaking to groups and organizations (young people as
well as professionals) about the adolescent personal growth process. He can be reached at 503-385-0323 if you would like to arrange
for him to speak at a function.
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