All Kinds of News for February 03, 2016
Kaizen Academy (UT) has been announced. The name Kaizen is borrowed from Japanese culture and means, in essence, “continuous improvement.” Continuous improvement, kaizen, is the backbone of the company and treatment culture. Kaizen Academy began 25 years ago by Lynn Loftin and Corbin Linde. Located up Utah's Spanish Fork Canyon, Kaizen provides comprehensive residential treatment for teenage boys who are struggling with inappropriate sexual behaviors. Over the course of more than two decades, Kaizen's core team blazed the trail for all other treatment centers working with this population. Kaizen's team are national experts in changing the lives of sexually inappropriate teen boys.
Loftin and Linde are pleased to announce the expansion of their executive team with the additions of Dr. Ken Huey as CEO and Dr. Clark Hammond as Executive Director. Dr. Huey will oversee all corporate functions, including expansion. Dr. Hammond will oversee operations at Kaizen’s primary facility. Huey and Hammond come to Kaizen Academy with years of experience in the treatment world. Dr. Huey was the primary founder of Calo in central Missouri. Dr. Hammond has been a clinician at Outback, Alpine Academy, and Telos, and was a founding partner at Wingate.
Kaizen Academy is the foremost residential treatment center for teenage boys who are struggling with inappropriate sexual behaviors. Kaizen has been in existence for over 25 years. More information on Kaizen can be found at www.kaizenrtc.com. For admissions information, please contact Lynn Loftin at 801-361-9917.