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DERRY/ HALL STOP BY WOODBURY REPORTS
(October 10, 2006) Jeffrey Derry and Morri Hall of SUWS-Idaho, 208-886-2565, Shoshone, ID, stopped by Woodbury Reports for dinner and to discuss various activities in the industry.
CONFIDENT LIVING CHANGES NAME TO VIVE
(October 11, 2006) Susan Holden Walsh, HoldenMcClure PR 3, 303-449-2526, announced that Confident Living, Inc., Boulder, CO, announced that effective immediately the program has changed its name to Vive!, 800-261-0127, http://www.vivenow.com. VIVE recently opened an office in Menlo Park, CA, with another opening on November 1, 2006 in Beverly Hills, CA, and plans to expand to six additional markets in 2007. More...
SUSAN FOWLER JOINS CHEROKEE CREEK
(October 12, 2006) Kathy Whitmire, Executive Director, Cherokee Boys School, Westminster, SC, 864-647-1885, announced that Susan Fowler is joining the counseling team as a Primary Counselor. More...
SAN CRISTOBAL SPONSORS FUND-RAISING
(October 12, 2006) Christy Leach, Director of Admissions, San Cristobal Ranch Academy, Taos, NM, 866-918-8383, announced the program participated in a walk-a-thon titled "A Mile in Our Shoes," for the Dream Tree Project in Taos, NM on September 10, 2006. More...
TIMBER RIDGE STAFF UPDATES
(October 16, 2006) Marcia Pearson, Executive Director, Timber Ridge Preparatory School for Girls, Clark Fork, ID, 208-266-0128, announced that Kristin Miller, BS, joined the academic staff as the new Social Studies/English teacher. Krystal Cameron also joined the staff as a Night Shift Coordinator.
ALLDREDGE STAFF UPDATE
(October 17, 2006) Jim Browning, CEO/Director, Alldredge Academy, Davis, WV, 888-468-1828, announced that Joanna DiStefano McKay is the new Marketing Coordinator. More...
(October 17, 2006) Anne LaRiviere, Director of Admissions/Marketing, Optimum Performance Institute, Woodland Hills, CA, 888-558-0617, made a couple of announcements this month: First, a program participant was selected as a member on a panel of experts discussing the future of the computer gaming industry. Second, Michael Andreen, a filmmaker, is the newest mentor at OPI.
MCGUILL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS
(October 17, 2006) The Board of Directors, Villa Santa Maria, Cedar Crest, NM, 505- 281-3609, firstname.lastname@example.org, recently celebrated and recognized the 25th anniversary of Joseph McGuill, CEO of Villa Santa Maria. The Board congratulated Mr. McGuill on his leadership, vision and dedication.
YOUTH CARE FEATURED ON DR. PHIL
(October 18, 2006) Aspen Education Group, Cerritos, CA, 888-972-7736, announced that the Youth Care Program, Draper, UT, 800-786-4924, an intensive therapeutic program for adolescents in a small, home-like setting, was featured October 16 on the nationally syndicated "Dr. Phil" show. More...
SANTIAM CROSSING SCHOOL UPDATES
(October 18, 2006) Julia Andrick, Marketing Director, Catherine Freer Wilderness, Albany, OR, 800-390-3983, announced that Santiam Crossing School is now entering its third year of operation. Santiam has received provisional accreditation from the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (NAAS), and hired Andrew Odden as a mild/moderate Education Specialist.
CATHERINE FREER WELCOMES THERAPIST
(October 18, 2006) Julia Andrick, Marketing Director, Catherine Freer Wilderness, Albany, OR, 800-390-3983, announced that James Brown, LMFT, PC, has joined the staff as a therapist.
NEWS FROM MISSION MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
(October 18, 2006) Colleen Harrington, Assistant School Head, Mission Mountain School, Condon, MT, 406-754-2580, announced that she and John Mercer, School Head, took some very lucky and excited students to the Rolling Stones concert when the band played in Missoula, MT, on October 4, 2006. The students had floor seats just 12 rows back from the stage, and it was a spectacular show, replete with fireworks, light show, a 40 ft screen and a six-story high stage.
REMUDA RANCH REPORTS EATING DISORDERS ON RISE
(October 19, 2006) Mary Anne Morrow, Remuda Ranch, Wickenburg, AZ, 800-445-1900, reported that eating disorders are becoming more prevalent on college campuses across the nation. More...
DARK BLUE AWARENESS PINS
(October 19, 2006) Lance Landre, President/ CEO, Star of Life™/ C. S. Landre Foundation, Fresno, CA, 559-433-8866, announced the sale of the Dark Blue Awareness Pin as a fund-raiser to help the Foundation and "At-Risk children as well as ADD, ADHD, Bi-Polar Disorder Awareness." More...
SUWS SEASONS ACCEPTING STUDENTS
(October 19, 2006) Brian McKeown, Family Services Coordinator, SUWS of the Carolinas, Old Fort, NC, 888-828-9770, announced that Seasons, a licensed, clinically focused wilderness/ treatment program serving youth, ages 11-13 is accepting enrollments.
STAFF UPDATES AT OPEN SKY
(October 20, 2006) Lauren Lollini, MA, NCC, Admissions Director, Open Sky Wilderness Therapy Program, Durango, CO, 970-759-8324, announced her promotion to Admissions and Outreach Director, as well as the addition of Gregory Martin, MA, as part of the clinical team. More...
PINNACLE WILDERNESS ACCEPTING CLIENTS
(October 20, 2006) Bridget Peterson, Pinnacle Wilderness Foundation, Richfield, UT, 435-896-5788, announced the program is now accepting new clients into its outdoor wilderness program. More...
VENTURING CREW LAUNCHED AT FAMILY SCHOOL
(October 20, 2006) Ann Kozak, Marketing Specialist, Family Foundation School, Hancock, NY, 845-887-5213, announced the school submitted the charter for its new Venturing Crew #174 on October 19. Twenty-seven students are involved in the initial crew and are already honing their outdoor winter survival skills in preparation for the upcoming Klondike Derby. The youth-led, co-ed organization is a branch of the Boy Scouts, which is also active on the Family Foundation School campus.
FRIENDS OF FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN IN CRISIS
(October 20, 2006) Brandi Elliott, Arrowhead, CA, 951-315-8320, announced that she and Jim Powell (Powell & Elliott Collaborative, LLC) are working with The Friends of Families with Children in Crisis Foundation (formerly The Friends of CEDU Foundation). This is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, to financially assist families who cannot afford to keep their child in a therapeutic or emotional growth program/ school through to graduation/ completion. Woodbury Reports Inc. will pass on details when the criteria for selecting families to help and the schools/ programs that will qualify have been firmly established.
NEW COACHING BLOG
(October 22, 2006) Anne Barry Jolles, Boston, MA, 781-878-8589, www.annejolles.com, Life Coach and author of Keeping Your Sanity While Loving and Letting Go of Your Teen, announced the creation of her new blog called "Drive Through Parenting Wisdom.
ASPIRO WELCOMES 100TH STUDENT
(October 23, 2006) Brian Church, Director of Business Development for Aspiro Therapeutic Adventures, Riverton, UT, 801-979-6301, announced the program has received its 100th student in their first six months.
MAPLE LAKE CELEBRATES
(October 23, 2006) Patti Hollenbeck-Dial, PhD, Founder/Admissions, Maple Lake Academy, Payson, UT, 801-319-9476, announced the program recently celebrated its first year anniversary and became academically accredited through the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. More...
KIM GARNER JOINS OUTBACK
(October 23, 2006) Ellwood "Woody" Crowell, Director of Admissions, Outback Therapeutic Expeditions, Lehi, UT, 801-649-6330, announced Kim Garner, MSW, CSW, joined the Outback family on October 9, 2006. More...
SUMMIT ACHIEVEMENT CELEBRATES 10 YEARS
(October 23, 2006) Adam Tsapis, Director of Admissions, Summit Achievement, Stow, ME, 800-997-8664, announced the program is celebrating its 10th year of licensed operation and is planning 10-year party at the upcoming Miami IECA conference in November. More...
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