All Kinds of News for November 07, 2018
Evoke Therapy Programs is excited to announce the addition of Claire Fierman Mattison, M.Ed., LPC, as the new Clinical Director of their Summit Lodge Intensives program. After working as a therapist in residential treatment, followed by private practice, Claire has decided to bring her experiential expertise to Evoke. Her position at the Summit Lodge will help specialize intensives to meet individual needs, as well as capture the creativity of the experiential therapeutic process. As Clinical Director, Claire will be leading outreach efforts as well as facilitating intensives.
Claire discovered her passion for experiential therapy through her own process as a client. She found that action-oriented work is profoundly life changing and has the ability to “stick with you” long after a therapy session has ended. Claire has continuously engaged in her own work, allowing her to create a practice rooted in compassion and humanity, to guide participants on their own healing journey.
Evoke’s Summit Lodge provides 4-day long therapeutic intensives in beautiful Park City, UT. The intensives focus on healing trauma, codependency, couples issues, grief/loss, and general life struggles. The process is founded in experiential work, including psychodrama, art therapy, and adventure. Summit Lodge aims to impart a nurturing and compassionate space to allow for healing wounds that perhaps began even in childhood. Claire and the Summit Lodge staff confidently and carefully lead the way on a path of resiliency and care.
For questions about Evoke’s Summit Lodge Intensives please email email@example.com.
About Evoke Entrada
Evoke Entrada is a Wilderness Therapy Program located in Southern Utah, operating year round and working with adolescents (13-17) and young adults (18 - 28+). Entrada is a clinically focused intervention that provides comprehensive support for clients and families and is designed to teach accountability, communication skills and healthy emotional and behavioral habits. Entrada is a proud member of the Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council and believes in the sharing of ideas among programs and colleagues in order to embody and promote best practices in the field of Mental Health and Outdoor Behavioral Health.