All Kinds of News for June 08, 2016
Patricia "Trysh" Huntington, lead clinician for SUWS of the Carolinas' adolescent female group teamed up with Lon Woodbury to deliver a podcast recently. The title is "Helping Female Teens Find Their Voice". Trysh has been helping young women find their authentic selves and voice over a career of working with adolescents, and brings a wealth of experience to her group at SUWS of the Carolinas. Trysh was a former instructor, course director, and program director with the Outward Bound Organization before joining SUWS as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in 2011. She currently works with young ladies 14-17 years of age. Trysh’s group of girls adhere to a code of ethics called the “ABC’s”. The acronym stands for authenticity, belonging, communication, and sisterhood.
Lon Woodbury, of The Woodbury Report and strugglingteens.com facilitates the interview for the podcast and focuses on the authenticity and communication aspect of group Luna’s sisterhood. Trysh is able to share her experiences, and practice to a wide audience ranging from parents of adolescent females to seasoned professionals working in their own practices. Mr. Wodbury was a gracious host, and shared this quote about the experience, "Authentic Voice has been referred to for years. Trysh Huntington defines it, and talks about how to foster it." We hope you enjoy the podcast!
The podcast is available online at blogtalk radio click here to listen.
SUWS of the Carolinas is a therapeutic wilderness program located in Old Fort, NC. It is an integrated strengths-based program that addresses the biological, psychological and social needs of adolescents with mental health, substance abuse and behavioral challenges.