Equinox RTC Announces John Moore as Executive Director
Equinox RTC, a residential treatment center for teen boys ages 14-18, is pleased to announce the promotion of Equinox Clinical Director John Moore, LCMHC, to Executive Director.
John has over 20 years of combined experience in business and clinical settings. John has held a variety of roles in residential treatment programs including Therapist, Program Manager, Clinical Director, Operations Director, and Executive Director. Additionally, he has a diverse clinical background that encompasses outpatient, in-home, and school-based treatment. Throughout his career, John has worked with high-risk populations including Juvenile Justice, victims of sex trafficking, and clients with significant behavioral and developmental disorders. Through a trauma-informed lens, John pairs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Motivational Interviewing and EMDR to build resiliency in clients.
“John brings a unique skill set to the role of Executive Director.” says founding partner Kyle Gillett, “I have been very impressed with all that he has brought to Equinox so far.”
John earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from Western Seminary in Sacramento, CA. As a licensed mental health counselor with more than 10 years of clinical experience, John appreciates the transformational ability of individualized, relationship-based therapy and experiential programming unique to Equinox. He also believes in the healing power of nature, supported by his own outdoor adventures growing up and now raising a family in Western North Carolina.
When John is off-campus, he enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, mountain and road biking, and building furniture in his woodshop.
To learn more about Equinox, visit https://equinoxrtc.com or call (877) 279-8925 for more information.
About Equinox RTC
Equinox RTC is a leading residential treatment center for boys ages 14-18. Equinox is unique in its focus on Relational Trauma, which includes grief, loss, and attachment. Trauma, Loss, and Attachment, providing clinically intensive treatment for boys struggling with anxiety, depression, substance use and abuse, learning disabilities, and other emotional and behavioral needs. Equinox offers a combination of clinically sophisticated support with a whole-person approach including adventure therapy, a health and fitness program, and a whole foods diet. Equinox provides a fully accredited school, with broad course selections taught by licensed teachers in a college-preparatory environment.