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SOBER COLLEGE IN SUICIDE PREVENTION WALK
(September 13, 2008) Seventeen residents, four alumni and three staff members of Sober College in Santa Monica, CA, 866-757-6237, volunteered for the annual Out of the Darkness walk, for suicide prevention and awareness that took place in Santa Monica. The event brought in 600 participants and almost $60,000 in donations.
RED HILL'S NEW SCHOOL
(September 17, 2008) Executive Director of Red Hill Academy, San Anselmo, CA, 415-256-9312, Brad Freed, announced the grand opening of the new campus based school program for high school age children with learning challenges at Red Hill. For more information about this new program, contact Robin Hughes, Admissions Director.
NEW RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM AT MCLEAN HOSPITAL
(September 19, 2008) Blaise Aguirre, MD, Medical Director at 3East McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA, 617-855-2000, announced McLean Hospital has opened a new residential dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) program for teen and college age young women, 3East, located on the McLean campus. For more information, call 877-967-7233 or email. http://www.mclean.harvard.edu/patient/child/atp.php
TIBBITTS A "TOP 40 UNDER 40"
(September 22, 2008) Dustin Tibbitts, LMFT, was honored in September as one of Utah Valley Magazine's "Top 40 Under 40" in the Business Quarterly edition. The article notes Tibbitts' leadership in quality of care, with 90% of New Haven's students going home or to college after treatment. Tibbitts - the Executive Director of New Haven Residential Treatment Center in Provo, UT - is featured with other honorees on page 31 of the magazine. For more information on New Haven, call 801-794-1218.
NEW STAFF AT OAKLEY
(September 22, 2008) Oakley School in Oakley, UT, has several new staff members. Arwynn Harris Jensen is new to the Admissions staff, previously working at Oakley teaching Experiential Education classes. Lauren Alexander, MA, is the new College Counselor. She will be assisting in both the Admissions office and with Mark G. Del Vecchio, who is the new Academic Director for Oakley School. For information, contact Carrie Thompson, Admissions at 435-783-5001.
ZAUGG NEW CEO AT HERITAGE
(September 22, 2008) Glen R. Zaugg is the new CEO of Heritage Schools, Inc. Zaugg replaces Heritage founder and CEO Gerald Spanos. Glen Zaugg began working with Heritage Schools, Inc. in 1993, when he served as Chief Financial Officer. In 2004, he took over Chief Operating Officer responsibilities. Heritage Schools is located in Provo, UT. Call 800-433-9413 for more info.
SUMMIT PREP THANKS ED CONSULTANTS
(September 22, 2008) Co-Founders Rick Johnson, MSW, and Jan Johnson, LCSW, of Summit Preparatory School in Kalispell, MT, 406-758-8139, would like to thank all the Educational Consultants they have partnered with in serving the students and families at their school for the last five years. In addition, they would like to thank the program staff and the neighboring programs in Montana and Idaho for helping them reach this important milestone.
CATHERINE FREER WINS AWARD
(September 22, 2008) Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Programs in Albany, OR, won the 2008 Oregon Governor's Volunteer Awards for their region in the Outstanding Youth Volunteer Program category. They were nominated by the Middle Fork Ranger District for their more than 20 years of service in Willamette National Forest. This year alone, students and staff helped to develop a mountain bike trail, built a bridge, assisted with trail maintenance, stocked cross-country ski shelters with firewood and worked on a number of other recreation projects. For information, call 800-390-3983.
CARLBROOK VISITS WRI
(September 23, 2008) Darren Miller, and Gail and R. Grant Price of Carlbrook School, stopped by the Woodbury office during a trip visiting local young adult programs in the northwest.
MOORE FOUNDATION'S NEW PROGRAM
(September 24, 2008) Pat Moore Foundation in Costa Mesa, CA, recently opened The Collegiate Treatment Center (CTC) adding components specific to college students planning on returning to campus following recovery treatment. For more information, contact Jill Nugent at 866-537-6495 or Randy Haveson at 866-578-4248.
SOAR'S CHRISTMAS KEYS
(September 24, 2008) SOAR (Success Oriented Achievement Realized) in Balsam, NC, has released the dates of its upcoming Christmas Keys Adventure, offered December 27, 2008, through January 1, 2009, in the Florida Keys. For more information and registration contact the admissions office or email Richard Lance at 828-456-3435.
NATSAP MIDWEST CONFERENCE
(September 24, 2008) The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP), recently held its first annual Midwest Regional Conference in Chicago/Oakbrook, IL.
(September 24, 2008) The psychiatric services at Wediko School & Treatment Program in Boston, MA, are now provided by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Psychiatric Associates, Clinical practice of the Dartmouth Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. For more information on Wediko, contact Kathryn Walsh, MDiv, LCSW, Admissions 617-292-9200.
HERITAGE PERFORMING ARTS
(September 24, 2008) Heritage Schools, Inc., in Provo, UT, was recently featured in the Salt Lake Tribune. The school developed a performing arts program over the last 10 years as a form of therapy and treatment for the students attending. Previous years the musicals were staged outside or in the school's gym, but the cast will perform in a new $4.5 million performing arts facility that was completed this summer. For information, call 800-433-9413.
HRON CEO AT CRITTENTON
(September 24, 2008) The Kansas City Star reported Janine Hron will take over as Chief Executive officer of Crittenton Children's Center in Kansas City, MO, when Stephen Churchill retires in December. Hron was previously President and Chief Executive Officer at Spofford, a Kansas City RTC for abused children. For additional information, call 816-765-6600.
DUCK RIVER JOINS PAINT ROCK
(September 25, 2008) Three Springs, Inc. consolidated two of its outdoor therapeutic programs in Alabama and Tennessee. In October, Three Springs re-located the Duck River program near Nashville, TN, to Paint Rock Valley in Trenton, AL. To contact Gary Saliba, CEO of Three Springs Adolescent Treatment Programs, call 256-880-3339.
ERVIN RETURNS TO ASPEN
(September 25, 2008) Mike Ervin was appointed Eastern Regional Director of Admissions for Aspen Education Group's Outdoor Division. Mike's tenure at Aspen totals more than 11 years, including his previous work at SUWS and as Executive Director at Aspen's Lone Star Expeditions.
ARLIEN AT WILLOW SPRINGS
(September 28, 2008) Dana M. Arlien, MD joined the clinical staff at Willow Springs in Reno, NV. Arlien received her Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Nevada, and has participated in the Space Life Sciences Training Program sponsored by NASA at the Kennedy Space Center, FL. For more information on Willow Springs Center, call Pam Golden at 800-448-9454.
LEIBERSBERGER JOINS SPRUCE MTN.
(September 27, 2008) Ed Levine, LICSW, will limit his responsibilities at Spruce Mountain in Plainfield, VT, and redefine his role as Director of Referral Development and Outreach. Grant Leibersberger, MEd, MBA, was hired to replace Levine as Assistant Director of Spruce Mountain Inn. Grant previously worked at Blackwater Academy as the Director and Field Director of the Blue Mountain Family Center in Utah. To contact the program, call 802-454-8353.
(September 29, 2008) Penelope Valentine, Co-Founder of Next Step for Success, Redmond, OR, 541-504-4748, received certification in "Coaching Teen and College Students With AD/HD." This course is approved by the International Coach Federation and is offered through the Edge Foundation.
HORIZON FAMILY OPENS CENTER
(September 29, 2008) Dore Francis, MA, Founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC, in Bend, OR, opened a new coaching office. The coaching center, specializing in parent coaching, opened October 1, 2008. The office number is 541-312-4422.
SOLTREKS AND CHELSEA MORNING FARM
(September 29, 2008) Soltreks students recently participated in a service-learning project with Chelsea Morning Farm, a program of the Silver Creek Institute in Two Harbors, MN. Silver Creek Institute is a working model of sustainable living and is a resource for individuals and communities, both urban and rural, who are committed to the holistic frameworks of sustainability. For more information about Soltreks or the project, contact Lorri Hanna, MA, CTRS, President and Executive Director of Soltreks, Inc, 218-834-4607.
MOUNT BACHELOR IN THIRD DECADE
(October 1, 2008) Mount Bachelor Academy in Prineville, OR, is starting its third decade as a therapeutic boarding school. Executive Director, Sharon Bitz, who has been with Mount Bachelor for 18 years, believes the success of the program comes from "never losing sight of the need to hold fast to the original vision, philosophy and mission." For information on Mount Bachelor Academy, call 888-416-3665.
WARREN AT TIMBERLINE KNOLLS
(October 3, 2008) Timberline Knolls in Lemont, IL, will strengthen the spirituality focus of the program with the appointment of Todd Warren, a contemporary Christian singer and ordained minister, as Timberline Knolls ministry outreach representative. More information may be obtained by calling 877-257-9611.
SANTIAM CROSSING'S ADDITIONS
(October 3, 2008) Santiam Crossing's campus is expanding and improving with the addition of a new classroom yurt and a new basketball court. They have also added slack lines outside of each student cabin. Similar to a tightrope, but situated just a couple feet off the ground, the slack lines give students one more option for staying fit and active at their living quarters. In addition, they have purchased a fleet of mountain bikes and have built a new building to house them. For information about Santiam Crossing in Scio, OR, contact Julia Andrick, Marketing Communications Director, 800-390-3983.
HORSE SENSE HOSTS SEMINAR
(October 3, 2008) Horse Sense of the Carolinas conducted its first annual Business Building Intensive held in September in Marshall, NC. The seminar provided business basics to practitioners operating Equine Assisted Practice programs around the nation, including in-depth information for creating, operating, managing and marketing an equine-assisted business. For more information, contact Shannon Knapp at Horse Sense of the Carolinas in Hendersonville, NC, 828-683-7304.
ASPEN DONATES TO SAVING TEENS
(October 3, 2008) Aspen Education Group in Cerritos, CA, 562-467-5531, had such an abundance of gift baskets for the Fourth Annual Professional Development workshop that they used several of them for a silent auction to raise money for Saving Teens in Crisis Collaboration, in the spirit of giving and in memory of Michael Reuben who died last month. Michael was the son of Chairman and Founder of Saving Teens in Crisis Collaborative, John D. Reuben.
KOHLSTAEDT TO PRESENT AT IECA
(October 3, 2008) Dr. Elizabeth Kohlstaedt PhD, Clinical Director at Intermountain Children's Home, Helena, MT, 406-457-4744, will be presenting at the upcoming IECA conference in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Kohlstaedt's presentation is titled "When All You Have is a Hammer, Everything Looks like a Nail," which explores a developmental approach to understanding and treating serious emotional disturbances in children.
FITZGERALD SURPRISED BY INTERMOUNTAIN
(October 3, 2008) Intermountain Board and staff held a surprise reception for Executive Director, Jim Fitzgerald, to celebrate his 30 years of service. For more information about Intermountain in Helena, MT, contact Sami Butler, RN, Professional Relations at 406-457-4744.
CURTIS HOSTS PRESENTATIONS
(October 5, 2008) Steven Curtis, PhD, NCSP, hosted two free bookstore presentations in October at Liberty Bay Books in Poulsbo, WA, and at Barnes and Noble in Silverdale, WA, for parents and teachers of a child with behavioral, social or learning challenges.
ECS PARTNERS WITH HOMEWARD BOUND
(October 5, 2008) Education Consulting Services (ECS) owned and founded by Dr. George Posner, and Homeward Bound, after care transition specialist, have partnered up to provide better aftercare treatment to more families with struggling teens.
PEAK EXPERIENCE WELCOMES TURPIN
(October 6, 2008) Catherine Turpin, MS, joined the faculty at Peak Experience in Ashland, OR, as an instructor for the Clinical First Responder Training. Catherine earned her Master's in Adventure Therapy and previously worked in both wilderness therapy and residential treatment. For information on Peak Experience Training, contact Scott Bandoroff, PhD at 541-951-4329.
CHEROKEE CREEK NEWS
(October 7, 2008) David LePere, Executive Director at Cherokee Creek Boys School, Westminster, SC, 864-647-1885, announced Cherokee Creek was recently licensed as a Group Care Facility by the State of South Carolina. In addition, Cherokee Creek is now a US Department of State-designated sponsor organization and authorized to issue Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS)-generated documents such as the I-20 visa for international students approved for enrollment. For more information, contact the admissions department.
HAPPENINGS AT MONARCH SCHOOL
(October 7, 2008) The new drama center at Monarch School in Heron, MT, is nearing completion. In addition, the Equestrian Program, currently held in Sandpoint, will be moved on campus with the arrival of five horses and an additional two more next year. An indoor arena, complete with indoor stalls, will accommodate the horses, making it possible for the students to ride five days a week. For more information, contact Sarah Fausett or Bambi Marshall of the Admissions Team at 406-847-5095.
EXCEL ACADEMY CLOSES
(October 8, 2008) Aspen Education Group consolidated the services of Excel Academy in Conroe, TX, with Sunhawk Academy in St. George, UT, and other addiction-based Aspen programs. This consolidation discontinued the services at the Texas program.
FOUR CIRCLES CARF ACCREDITED
(October 8, 2008) Four Circles Recovery in Horse Shoe, NC, achieved accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for a period of three years. Contact Jack Kline, Executive Director for more information, 877-893-2221.
GLENHOLME SCHOOL NEWS
(October 9, 2008) The Glenholme School's international enrollment increased this year, with students from Bermuda, Canada, Mexico, Panama and Switzerland. In addition, the school started a new robotics program, FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) which completed its FIRST Technical Challenge with a crew of ten high school students in September. Team competitions begin in January 2009, and will culminate in June under the Georgia Dome. Contact David Tuttle, Marketing Director for the Glenholme School, Washington, CT, 860-868-7377.
NEW HORIZONS FOR YOUNG WOMEN CLOSED
(October 10, 2008) New Horizons for Young Women in Orrington, ME, will no longer serve adolescent girls and their families as of October 10, 2008, with their last student discharged on October 9. Jacqueline Danforth, Founder, wishes to thank both colleagues and staff for the support they have received in the last seven years. For more information, contact Audrey Peavey at 207-992-2424.
(October 10, 2008) The construction of a new addition to Telos Residential Treatment Center in Orem, UT, is nearly complete. The 20,000 square foot addition consists of living quarters, dining room, fitness center, theatre, game room, classrooms, art rooms and woodshop. In addition, Telos now has a full time crew of teachers, replacing its outsourced education program, which offers the students extensive tutoring and organizational coaching. For information, contact Kristen Williams, Admissions Director, at 801-426-8800.
SILVERADO OPENS BUILDING
(October 11, 2008) The new academic center at Silverado Boys Ranch in Panguitch, UT, is now complete. It features nine classrooms, including state of the art science and computer labs with interactive whiteboards. In addition, Brett Haderlie joined the academic team and has a teaching certificate in Physical Education, Spanish and Psychology. Contact Denise Westman, Director of Admissions, 435-676-8482, for more information.
TIMBER RIDGE - SEVEN YEARS!
(October 13, 2008) Virginia Short, Director of Admissions at Timber Ridge Preparatory School for Girls, Clark Fork, ID, 208-777-1615, announced Timber Ridge is celebrating its seven-year anniversary. They would like to thank the families, educational consultants and everyone else who supported them through the years.
JOHNSON JOINS SUNHAWK
(October 13, 2008) Ben Harris, Executive Director at SunHawk Academy, St. George, UT, 800-214-3878, announced SunHawk Academy, a program of Aspen Education Group, appointed Jeff Johnson as Director of Admissions. Jeff worked as Director of Marketing and Admissions for several Aspen Education programs, including Mount Bachelor Academy, SUWS of Idaho, Adirondack Leadership Expeditions and as Director of Special Projects for the Outdoor Division. Most recently, Jeff served as Executive Director of AMATS, the Association of Mediation and Transportation Services.
NATWC CONFERENCE EXPANDS FOCUS
(October 13, 2008) The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camping (NATWC) hosted its 15th Annual Training Conference on Jekyll Island, GA, in September. In addition to the training sessions designed for front line wilderness staff, a symposium on broader issues facing outdoor programming was addressed by a panel consisting of Sharon Laney, Rosemary Tippett, Rob Meltzer, Lon Woodbury, Len Buccellato, Judge Hirsch and "Tick" McClintock.
CENTER FOR CHANGE LAS VEGAS
(October 13, 2008) Center for Change, a treatment program for eating disorders, opened a new program in Las Vegas called Center for Change Las Vegas. They are now accepting patients. An open house to celebrate the new center was held October 22, 2008, at the Longford Medical Center in Las Vegas. For information contact Tamara Noyes, Business Development Director, 801-224-8255.
HUNT AT SWIFT RIVER
(October 13, 2008) Lisa Hunt joined the admissions team at Academy at Swift River as an admissions counselor. She previously worked as a Senior Trainer and Consultant with Project Adventure, Inc. for ten years. Contact her at 800-258-1770 for information.
MIGDEN/OXBOW TO HOST PRESENTATION
(October 14, 2008) Stephen Migden, Director of Stephen Migden, PhD, ABPP and Associates, Roslyn Heights, NY, 516-625-0824, organized a presentation, hosted by Oxbow Academy, Wales, UT, 435-590-7198 on "New Directions in Treating Teens with Sexual Behavior Problems." The meeting for New York area mental health professionals who deal with sexually inappropriate youth was held at the Melville Marriott in Melville, NY, October 20, 2008. Shawn Brooks, Executive Director of Oxbow Academy, and Heather Green, LCSW, clinical director of Oxbow, led the presentation.
FALCON RIDGE HORSE AUCTION
(October 14, 2008) The students and staff from Falcon Ridge Ranch in Virgin, UT, hosted their first annual horse auction, complete with craft consignment booths, a Dutch oven dinner, a silent auction and entertainment. The students washed and groomed over 100 horses for auction that they had raised and trained for over a year. Over three hundred guests enjoyed the auctions and festivities and almost all the horses consigned were sold, with a percentage of the revenue from consignment fees going toward a nonprofit scholarship. Contact Mariah Pogue for information, 435-635-5260.
POSNER ANNOUNCES INTENSIVE EARLY CARE
(October 14, 2008) Dr. George Posner, IECA, CEP, founder of Educational Consulting Services, Ithaca, NY, 607-273-5400, offers a new service intended to help struggling families called Intensive Early Care, an innovative intervention service. It provides in-home coaching, 24/7 access to a family specialist, increased coordination and communication among all professionals and family members, a teen or young adult library, drug testing, a parenting library and parenting seminars. Families can modify practices, address underlying issues and help their children overcome difficulties. For more information, visit the firm's website.
CHERRY GULCH THANKS SUPPORTERS
(October 15, 2008) Andrew Sapp, PhD, Founder and Clinical Director of Cherry Gulch, Emmett, ID, 208-365-3437, announced Cherry Gulch recently celebrated its two-year anniversary. Cherry Gulch thanks every educational consultant, program, professional and parent that helped make the program a success.
FAMILY FIRST NOT FOR TROUBLED TEENS
(October 15, 2008) Lisa Noonan, Director of Admissions at Family First Academy, Erie, PA, 814-860-9660, wrote a letter explaining Family First is not a school for troubled teens. She wrote, "FFA is a traditional, college prep school and does not have the programming to help a troubled student. We are capable of helping students who need a little extra focus on their academics and focus on helping students move on to college."
HOMEWARD BOUND CREATES FAMILY FRONT
(October 15, 2008) Homeward Bound in Lehi, UT - which has offered in-home aftercare services for four years - has expanded services by creating Family Front, "a wholly owned subsidiary of Homeward Bound." The stated purpose of Family Front is "to support families earlier in the process… [to provide] an effective alternative to a much more costly and disruptive out-of-home placement." Contact Tim Thayne PhD CEO/Founder at 801-768-1441 for more information.
SAVING TEENS® FUNDS THIRD CHILD
(October 15, 2008) Patricia R. Abreu, Executive Director at Saving Teens in Crisis Collaborative (STICC), Sudbury, MA, 617-699-8245, announced STICC has funded its third teen, from Columbus, OH. The Foundation thanks their Collaborative Partners: Tamara Ancona and Denni David for pro bono educational consulting services, and Building Bridges for providing a program scholarship.
CHRISTENSEN CLINICAL DIRECTOR AT OUTBACK
(October 16, 2008) Outback Therapeutic Expeditions' new Clinical Director is Dr. Neal Christensen. Neal originally began working at Outback Therapeutic Expeditions as a Field Therapist in 2004, while he worked to complete his graduate studies work. He earned his MS and PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas. Neal also worked as a therapist for Marillac Center for Children.
BECKET HOUSE AT LITCHFIELD LICENSED
(October 16, 2008) Becket House at Litchfield was recently approved for a three-year license from Maine's Department of Mental Health. DMH worker, Jill Dorsey spent two days thoroughly visiting the house. For more information, contact Jeff Caron, MEd, CAGS, Executive Director/ Admissions at 603-359-5951.
REED JOINS BLUEPRINT EDUCATION
(October 16, 2008) David Reed recently joined Blueprint Education in Phoenix, AZ, as Curriculum Director. Before his hiring at Blueprint, David worked for Blue Ridge International Academy as the Assistant Education Director. He has also worked for the Gilbert Public Schools as a teacher, as assistant administrator for the district's alternative education program and manager of Gilbert's Online Distant Education Program. Call 800-426-4952 for more information.
'TIS A GOOD LIFE' VISITS WOODBURY
(October 17, 2008) Thomas and Stacy Jenkins of Tis A Good Life (a new transitional living home in Sandpoint, ID for young men and women ages 17-24 years old) stopped by the Woodbury office for a visit and to introduce themselves.
SILVERADO WORKSHOP A HUGE SUCCESS
(October 17, 2008) Over 100 parents, siblings and other family members attended the parent workshop in August at Silverado Boys Ranch in Panguitch, UT. The families participated in conferences, experiential therapy, individual sessions and workshops addressing key issues. The first night concluded with an outdoor chuck wagon dinner and western show. The winter parent workshop is scheduled for December 18-20, 2008. For more information, contact Denise Westman, Director of Admissions at Silverado Boys Ranch, 435-676-8482.
US TRANSPORT REDUCES RATES FOR CLOSURES
(October 17, 2008) Randy Stewman, Owner of US Transport Service in St. George, UT, 435-634-6255, announced they lowered fees on transports for anyone needing to be relocated because of a school closure or any other similar concern. For more information, contact Randy Stewman at 435-632-1248.
HARRIS JOINS POSNER
(October 20, 2008) Myrna Harris, MEd, CAS, joined Educational Recourses Unlimited, LLC in Katonah, NY. Myrna is a member of IECA (Independent Educational Consultants Association), NATSAP (National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs) and the NLD Association (Nonverbal Learning Disorders Association). She received her post-graduate degrees at Fordham University and Teachers College-Columbia University, and is a New York State certified special education teacher, as well as a school and district administrator with additional training in the Life Space Crisis Intervention. For information, contact Barbara Posner, 914-232-4000.
AUCTION BENEFITS FFS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
(October 20, 2008) The Family Foundation in Hancock, NY, successfully completed its first annual online auction this fall. Among the most popular items were hand carved ducks and birds created by students in woodcarving classes at The Family Foundation School. Richard Reeve, Director, noted that bids came in from all over the country and totaled more than $6,000. Proceeds will benefit The Family Foundation's scholarship fund for at-risk youth. Contact Richard Reeve at 845-887-5213.
FFS'S CHERIPKO SPEAKS TO GROUPS
(October 20, 2008) Jan Cheripko, English teacher at The Family Foundation School, Hancock, NY, 845-887-5213, was a featured speaker at the recent "Literary Extravaganza" presented by the Rockland County Reading Association and St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, NY. The conference drew educators from New York and New Jersey. Jan, the author of seven books for children and young adults, is also scheduled to speak on Shakespeare and the At-Risk Teen at the National Council of Teachers of English convention to be held this year in San Antonio, TX.
WELCOME TYLER RAY CATES!
(October 20, 2008) Melvin Cates, MA, LCCA, WEMT, Executive Director at Lone Star Expeditions, Groveton, TX 936-831-3133, proudly announced the birth of his new son, Tyler Ray Cates, born on September 29, 2008, at 5:15 pm, weighing in at 7 lb. 12 oz and 19 ¾ inches. Tanner Cates loves his new job as big brother. Congratulations from all of us at Woodbury Reports.
OPI WELCOMES DUPLESSIS-BARMORE
(October 20, 2008) Tiffany Duplessis-Barmore, MEd, is the new Director of Education at the Optimum Performance Institute in Woodland Hills, CA, replacing Joan Erskine. For further information, contact Anne LaRiviere, Director of Admissions, 888-558-0617.
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