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CHILD & FAMILY PSYCHIATRIC BECOMES ED CONSULTANTS
(July 28, 2001) Dana Dean Doering, ARNP, Board Certified, firstname.lastname@example.org
of Child & Family Psychiatric Mental Health Associates, 206.244.7788 announced “after
thirty years of clinical pediatric and psychiatric mental health work with children, adolescents and their families, she will enter
into educational consultation and therapeutic placement. They will be utilizing an education research team approach consisting of
masters’ level educators Margaret Driscol MIT, who has ten years experience in alternative education, and Barbara Chrisman MFA who
has twelve years experience in home school and international student relations. For direct access to them on their educational team
days, Tuesday and Thursday, 9AM to 2PM, please call 360-598-2001.
TURNABOUT CHANGES NAME
(July 27, 2001) Lee Caldwell, Director of TurnAbout, Salt Lake City, Utah (801-484-9911) informed us that the name
of their program is changing to Stillwater Academy to lessen the confusion with Turn About Ranch, also in Utah.
SUMMIT ACHIEVEMENT ASSESSMENTS
(July 27, 2001) Adam Tsapis, Admissions Director for Summit Achievement wilderness program, Fryeburg, Maine,
207-697-2020, email@example.com, sent a reminder that starting this year, Summit Achievement is affiliated
with Psychological Associates of Portland, Maine, and can provide Psychological and Psychoeducational assessment to students as needed.
BIG SKY YOUTH HOME OPENS DOORS
(July 31, 2001) Big Sky Youth Home (406) 257-7532 was
recently listed on the strugglingteens.com website as a Christian program that provides
24-hour emergency care and crisis intervention to boys and girls fourteen years old and under. Their objective is to provide youth
a positive environment by instilling a strong work ethic, communication skills, accountability, consequences, respect towards peers
and old fashioned values. The average length of stay can be over a year or more. For more information contact Leona Henry-Cude.
COMPUTER VIRUS TEMPORARILY WREAKS HAVOC AT WOODBURY REPORTS
(July 28, 2001) A new computer virus, the TROJ_SIRCAM.A wreaked havoc on the Woodbury Reports computers during the
week of July 23-28, 2001, sending literally thousands of attachment e-mails to our valued customers, clients, and other professionals.
This virus damages the local hard drive, and attaches documents from your hard drive to the worm, sending to anyone with whom you
have ever had e-mail contact. Information can be found at www.antivirus.com
or www.symantec.com/avcenter where instructions and tools for removal
are also located.
SQUAREONE HAS BUSY SEASON
(July 31, 2001) Christy Slate, Admissions Advisor for SquareOne, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, 208-667-6356, a new wilderness
and family oriented program, announced 18 students completed their program since it opened in April 2001 and they have facilitated
six Family Workshops.