blueFire’s Jon Worbets Receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Idaho Counseling Association
blueFire Wilderness Therapy is excited to announce that its co-founder and clinical director, Jon Worbets,MA LCPC has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Idaho Counseling Association. Jon has spent much of the last 24 years serving his passion for wilderness therapy, melding adventure, and personal development into the lives of individuals and families.
“We could not be happier for Jon,” says Reid Treadaway, co-founder, and director of admissions at blueFire Wilderness. “He has dedicated his career to helping others and has been instrumental to blueFire’s growth and success from the beginning.”
Before joining the blueFire team, Jon was the program director and executive director for a non-profit organization working with inner-city youth. He also worked as the clinical program manager for a wilderness program, founded and worked as the clinical director of a wilderness therapy program for adjudicated youth, and worked as the clinical director at a therapeutic boarding school.
“One of Jon’s many contributions to blueFire’s clinical programming has been the creation of our Family Spark workshop,” says Reid Treadaway. “Jon has helped hundreds of adolescents and their families heal and reconnect. This award is so well deserved and we’re incredibly lucky to have him on our team.”
About blueFire PulsaR
blueFire PulsaR is a co-educational wilderness therapy program for young adults ages 18-28. Adventure therapy, equine therapy, academic opportunities, career counseling, and “family spark” help students open up and look at their life. This program is dedicated to helping students regain a better sense of the world around them while addressing their emotions by developing healthy coping skills and communication skills.
Call (844) 413-1999 or visit bluefirepulsar.com for more information.