All Kinds of News for April 05, 2017
As part of Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness’ commitment to creating a culture and team of people who are dedicated to learning, growing and working at Blue Ridge, they have added a nutritionist, Parent Therapist, primary therapists and most recently a Director of Business Development.
Danielle Hava, LCSW, will lead the team in developing and cultivating referral relations and business development as the Director of Business Development. With over ten years in the treatment industry, Danielle is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned her Master of Science Degree in Social Work from Columbia University (NY). Her experience spans working with adolescents, young adults and families in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings.
Danielle naturally builds supportive relationships and is skilled at connecting with all kinds of people. Having a clinical background has been invaluable in her outreach roles and understanding the issues young people and their families struggle with has provided Danielle with a unique perspective and approach to lead Blue Ridge’s marketing and business development. Over the last ten years, Danielle’s experience has allowed her to gain a wealth of knowledge and has elevated her pursuit for personal connection. She has developed many referral relationships and she loves traveling around the country and partnering with educational consultants who play a critical role in Blue Ridge’s treatment and the families they serve.
Dan McDougal, Executive Director said, “Our goal is to run Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness in a way that reflects our unwavering commitment to quality and sustainability in all the programs we offer.” on April 1st, Danielle began utilizing her previous experience strengthening referral relations within organizations and the team at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is thrilled to welcome her into the culture and community.
About Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness
Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness offers clinically driven programs encompassing advanced therapeutic skill, a highly flexible nomadic wilderness therapy model, ceremony, metaphor, licensed wilderness therapy assessment and multiple treatment options for troubled teens and pre-teens ages 10-18 years old. Our individualized approach, family support and commitment to service translate to an unparalleled experience and better outcomes for adolescents and families.