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
I served as clinical advisor for a series The Extractors on cable network Arts & Entertainment (A&E). My role was to advise production of treatment options in light of client needs. Similar programs such as Intervention have had a long run given the public outcry to a health & safety risks of addiction. The importanceContinue reading A&E : THE EXTRACTOR: April 17th. Finding Solutions to Addiction
Red Mountain Sedona encourages youth to transition into young adults in an active, mindful, and intentional way. I have watched this program grow from a small group of four individuals to 21 at present census. I find the program to still remain intimate and sophisticated in the staff’s ability to work with varying types ofContinue reading March 30th visit: Red Mountain Sedona: Arizona Spring Training for Young Adults
The last two days I’ve spent meeting with private schools in the area, and collaborating to assist their students and families. Thank you to the International School of Amsterdam for allowing me to provide support to multinational families in need of resources. Today, is a SKYPE multinational day of communication between Utah, Amsterdam, Czech Republic,Continue reading A Day In The Life of an American Psychologist
SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disability) is the ‘buzz acronym’ heard at the DCEP (Division of Child and Education Psychology) conference with local authorities giving more instruction to how ed psychs, social workers and mental health providers must act collaboratively as stakeholders in UK special needs work. This is done through use of Education, HealthContinue reading This week in London: Ed Psychs Unite!