All Kinds of News for July 11, 2018
Seven Stars, a residential treatment program for teens ages 13-17 who struggle with neurodevelopmental disorders, is excited to shine the spotlight this month on Team Director Courtney Allred.
For the past three years, Courtney has worked closely with young people in a residential treatment setting, striving to assist everyone she works with.
“I’m extremely passionate about working with the students at Seven Stars,” comments Courtney. “I like to focus on the little steps in students’ progress. My favorite aspect of my work at Seven Stars is getting to know the different personalities of students and what they bring to the table. Even on a rough day, they can turn the entire mood around with a simple act or comment.”
Currently, Courtney is working on getting her certification as a registered behavior technician. She is also a Safety Care trainer and is certified to train and re-certify staff annually. Safety Care is a specialized behavioral management system that emphasises de-escalation, crisis prevention and restraint reduction.”
When asked what she would want parents to know about Seven Stars, Courtney replied, “I’d like to let parents know that our staff take care of students like they are their own children. Parents should feel at peace knowing they are in good hands.”
Courtney is the proud mother of two boys who keep her busy when she’s not at work playing sports and being outdoors. She enjoys going into the mountains and hiking with her husband, kids and two dogs as well as exploring the many National Parks throughout the west coast. She has made it a goal to get every Junior Ranger Badge from all the National Parks and Historic Site around the country. She is also hoping to further her education and start school this fall.
For more information about Courtney and other members of staff at Seven Stars, visit https://discoversevenstars.com/about-us/staff/.
About Seven Stars
Seven Stars is a leading assessment program and residential treatment center for teens ages 13-17 who struggle with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD.