All Kinds of News for September 14, 2016
Noah Schmelzer was selected as Evoke at Entrada’s Jumping Mouse recipient at the 2016 Wilderness Therapy Symposium. This award is given to an instructor from each OBH Council program that demonstrates a consistent high-level of performance in the field and a commitment to the difficult work that takes place in the wilderness. Noah is a Senior Field Instructor and has been working for Evoke for over two years. His quiet confidence is unique and allows him to maintain composure in every situation that is thrown at him while he is in the field. Noah’s loyalty to Evoke and his passion for the work he does with participants is apparent on a daily basis.
Week in and week out, Noah demonstrates a commitment to using his inherent connection to the outdoors and often receives positive feedback for his hard skills prowess. It was an easy decision for Entrada to nominate Noah for this award and it serves as a small token of recognition for the body of work he has demonstrated over the course of his employment. Evoke is proud to have Noah on their team and they look forward to his continued development.
Evoke Therapy Programs at Entrada, in Santa Clara, Utah provides innovative mental health treatment solutions for struggling teens, young adults and their families. Their programs foster lasting change utilizing the power of nature and Wilderness Therapy. They also offer Personal Growth Intensive Workshops for individuals and families that are looking to create dynamic changes in their life or to simply find the balance they are seeking.