A wide array of behaviorally focused and character building programs exists out there in the therapeutic and quasi-therapeutic school world; some are much better than others, particularly those putting forethought and mechanisms into family participation. Carlbrook is one of the “jewels in the rough” therapeutic secondary schools using good practices of regular family participation.along withContinue reading Carlbrook Parent weekend
In finding the correct school options, the company you keep is most important, and so many great partnerships are created here in Berlin with international as well as domestic schools and programs. Steve Blanchard of Wasatch Academy and Tom Sheppard of Robert Lewis Stevenson and myself had time to spend during this conference to fillContinue reading Berlin International Conference A Success!
Something to yodel about here in Switzerland with a new partners from our Oct 2011 WEBA event. Beyond the Swiss cow bells and chocolate, one thing is clear: For those who allow themselves to think outside the box, there are international educational opportunities at a reasonable investment with life long payoff. Keep in mind withContinue reading New School Partnerships in the UK & EU
If you have the chance to visit the Grand Canyon, do it. The North Rim in October is a perfect time. In visiting with wilderness staff from Wingate the importance of experiencing the expanse of nature for youth is the perfect window of opportunity for treatment. The Grand Canyon is a metaphor for deep theContinue reading Grand Canyon Builds Great Professional Relationships: Wingate & Dr Burdick
It’s all about perspective, isn’t it. In finding the “best fit” for my clients there is literally nowhere in the world I won’t go to find the best program for an individual, and in this case — Argentina. Why Argentina? Simply, it is more in concert with the european standards that many westerners can appreciate,Continue reading It’s Spring in Argentina!