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…
Opportunities: summer programs for youth
WEBA Provides an excellent opportunity for agent / consultant such as myself to preview select schools. this month in Budapest I made partners with Grier, Sierra Canyon, Inglingua, The Royal School and others. Additionally, agent partners in Hungary help to place the students, particularly those looking for culture and ‘life experience’ within safe, thriving homeContinue reading Success in BUDAPEST!
Often the question is raised, “Where do you send someone with a profile of addiction and….” with key terms added that make you think of a place, or a staff member. This type of question cannot be answered by someone who hasn’t ‘been there’ and ‘experienced’ the place and the staff. Arno Mak and DanielleContinue reading Vincere, Netherlands addiction treatment