All Kinds of News for July 12, 2017
Eva Carlston Academy is looking to hire a licensed full-time therapist to join the team. Eva Carlston is a specialized residential treatment center for adolescent girls who struggle with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Eva Carlston complements intensive, sophisticated psychotherapy with a robust program of art therapy, accredited academics, life-skills instruction and therapeutic recreation. Students live in a family style residential setting while engaging in daily off campus community activities such as exercise, volunteering, cultural events and outdoor activities. All elements of the program are oriented toward helping girls discover and develop a voice for themselves and passion for life.
Eva Carlston's team is comprised of seasoned, licesensed therapists, who serve as role models and mentors to the girls in treatment as they address issues such as devastating trauma, clinical depresssion, loss and anxiety. Its holistic treatment approach is gender-specific, using the best, research-validated approaches for supporting women's mental health. To support and accelerate this work, Eva Carlston incorporates therapeutic elements into every aspect of a student's life by utilizing the Teaching-Family Model, a research-validated, milieu-based therapeutic modality that helps clients achieve great emotional health and independence.
Eva Carlston Academy is a privately owned and operated and offers a benefit package that includes health, dental and vision insurance, annual leave, 401k with match and ongoing educational fund. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Eva Carlston AcademyEva Carlston Academy (UT) is a small licensed residential treatment center located in Salt Lake City that provides treatment to teenage girls in a family-style, but clinically intense therapeutic environment. Our urban location provides daily opportunities to experience community involvement and fine arts opportunities. Students at Eva Carlston face challenges associated with trauma, anxiety, relationship problems and depression.