Legacy Treatment Center’s Lily Wilkinson featured on ‘Success is Subjective’ Podcast
Legacy Treatment Center is excited to spread the word that their very own Lily Wilkinson was recently a guest on ‘Success is Subjective’, a well-known podcast within the field. ‘Success is Subjective’ is a podcast hosted by Joanna Lilley of Lilley Consulting, is sponsored by ParentTrainers.com and features interviews with professionals, parents, and students who reflect on their experience of post-secondary success. Lily is a member of the business development team at Legacy Treatment Center and has gotten to know Joanna throughout the years as a colleague and friend.
Lilley announced the podcast episode on her Facebook page: “If you haven’t heard Lily share her story, you definitely need to give it a listen! As an east coaster myself, I shared the post-secondary expectations that Lily was raised under. It’s not a bad thing, just a very different perspective on what’s important to young adults now that I’m much older. Her story is uplifting, and spotlights hope for those who are afraid to enroll in college post-treatment.”
Lily herself was thrilled for the opportunity to be interviewed. “I’m so happy that there are podcasts and outlets like ‘Success is Subjective’ available to help normalize ‘abnormal’ post-secondary, or young adult experiences – especially those like my own that involve treatment. I’m grateful to be able to share my story and hope that those who listen get something out of it!”
To listen to Lily’s episode on ‘Success is Subjective’ podcast or it is streaming on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Sticher.
About Juniper Canyon Recovery Center for Women and brother program Legacy Outdoor Adventures
Juniper Canyon Recovery Center for Women and brother program Legacy Outdoor Adventures are located in Loa, UT, making up two, gender-specific programs. Legacy Outdoor Adventures for Men is an adventure therapy program for young men ages 18 and up. Juniper Canyon Recovery Center for Women is the premier wilderness recovery program for young adult women 18 and up. Both Legacy programs are licensed as Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Programs. Additionally, Legacy programs are licensed by the state of Utah as Residential Treatment Centers. They are Joint Commission Accredited and treat addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety, and dual diagnosis clients.