All Kinds of News for February 14, 2018
Fulshear Treatment to Transition is thrilled to announce Curby Rogers, MS, LPC, as the clinical director of the Redwood community. Curby started at Fulshear as a primary therapist two years ago after finding her love for residential treatment settings. In this time she's made a remarkable impact on her clients and colleagues and we look forward to seeing her continue to influence the community.
Join Fulshear in celebrating by getting to know Curby and her plans for the Redwood community!
"I'm excited to bring my own experience — educational, professional, and life — and to influence this group of young women."
Curby’s friendly and authentic nature makes it easy to educate and push her clients forward to meet their treatment goals in a way that they respond to. In this role, she is most excited about the opportunity to influence the Redwood community’s culture for the better.
Curby has identified two goals she’s working towards in the Redwood community. She is committed to helping families bridge the gap between adolescent treatment and young adult treatment. Curby has seen the challenge that parents face in transitioning out of the parent-child mindset when their young adult child isn’t acting with the maturity or cognition of an adult. She looks forward to shifting family dynamics to help parents see their daughters as more autonomous and capable individuals who are able to make responsible decisions with their support.
Additionally, she is invested in making sure that the clients coming into the Redwood community complete the program and get what they need out of it. She looks forward to working with treatment teams and therapists to implement effective interventions and therapeutic goals for clients and families.
Curby is passionate about Fulshear’s attachment model and sees the company as experts in therapy. She appreciates that Fulshear doesn’t focus on case management or modifying client behavior, but instead emphasizes on the reasons behind the behaviors.
Curby’s personal and professional life was influenced by the fear mantra in Frank Herbert’s book, Children of Dune: I will face my fear. I will let it pass through me. When the fear has gone, there shall be nothing. Only I will remain. This is what Curby hopes to teach the young women of the Redwood community.
Nikki Preece, Fulshear’s executive director, is also excited about this change, "Curby has been a wonderful asset to Fulshear's clinical team over the past two years. We are excited for her to bring her experience and enthusiasm to the entire Redwood community!"
Fulshear Treatment to Transition, founded in 2003 and accredited by the Joint Commission, is located right outside of Houston in Needville, TX and Stafford, TX. Fulshear works with young adult women ages 18-25 struggling with mental health issues along with accompanying co-occurring disorders, and is known for its development of the Fulshear Adult Attachment Model.