All Kinds of News for March 09, 2016
Cornerstones of Maine is accepting applications for its founders class. Cornerstones of Maine is a young adult residential program, working with residents age 17-28, and is located in Kennebunkport, Maine. Cornerstones describes itself as a small clinically driven program whose goal is to help struggling young adults reach independence. Common problems that Cornerstones addresses are: anxiety, depression, lack of motivation, immaturity, social isolation, interpersonal difficulties, self-esteem struggles, and poor judgment and decision making. Cornerstones primary staff are psychologists and they draw upon their clinical experience to mentor and support their residents to work towards individually identified goals.
The program includes academic progress through local universities, character building through adventure and nature based activities, and professional growth through internships and volunteering. Cornerstones also incorporates an enrichment program that includes farm-to-table gardening and an international cultural immersion travel component. The Cornerstones' Founders, Josh and Jake, are clinical psychologists and have worked for years to develop this program basing it on their clinical experience and research in the field. Cornerstones is currently welcoming visitors and tours and new applications.