Tucson in January can be quite chilly. 0 Celsius (and below) at night. The warmth came from meeting my colleagues in the behavior, mental health, recovery, and special needs industry. Here at NATSAP is where the planets come together, and the best share their insights and research on ‘what works’. NATSAP is an organisation weContinue reading NATSAP 2017: Great opportunity to connect
DARROW SCHOOL is the first stop. Small, individualised curriculum, project based learning provides incentives for students to learn in their own unique ways. See how a senior class water management science turned into a community fixture. A true ‘family style’ type of boarding and semi-day school. There is even a 3D printer making original projectsContinue reading Up the Hudson – 3 Unique Schools
The Irish have a saying “Go hÉirinn le frown agus saoire le gáire.” I’m not sure what it means but I feel better already. 500 school partners and growing. Seen here is one of these partners, DIT, and I’m their agent in bringing great candidates to attend a college that is affordable and well establishedContinue reading Europe is going strong….are you?
ISPA (International School Psychology) is a major player nowadays in the world audience of educational, as well as mental health concerns. Nowhere else is peer-to-peer activity so important to social and academic concerns than within the schools and school systems. Last week, we heard from ISPA the need to provide ‘data driven’ decision-making research, andContinue reading International School Psychology meets Amsterdam
Just as one shoe doesn’t fit all sizes, one program doesn’t fit all individuals seeking treatment. Take for example The Cabin in Chiang Mai. The type of person that would feel comfortable at The Cabin would feel so given the type of culture promoted by the center itself. That is to say, that not everyoneContinue reading Overseas Recovery: One shoe doesn’t fit all…