All Kinds of News for September 12, 2018
Boulder Creek Academy is excited to welcome Katie Jochum to their team in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. As Director of Outreach and Business Development, Katie will work directly with referring professionals to help them better understand the diverse offerings at Boulder Creek Academy.
For over two decades, Katie has been working with teens and their families and understands that each teen or young adult is unique. As a former school director turned educational consultant, Katie’s compassion coupled with her extensive knowledge of the therapeutic field has helped countless teens and young adults thrive. This, as well as her longtime working relationships with many other programs and referring professionals, makes her a perfect fit for the Boulder Creek team.
Katie holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business and Marketing from Idaho State University. Her knack for marketing, her love of travel and her passion for helping others have all been her guiding light in her career.
“I am delighted to be back at Boulder Creek Academy, where I started my career in the therapeutic field over 20 years ago,” states Katie. “It is inspiring to see the innovation and progress of the mental health field over the years and I am honored to continue to be a part of it.”
About Boulder Creek Academy
At Boulder Creek Academy , students rediscover their academic and social confidence. The key to our success is that we reignite our students’ belief in themselves by utilizing time-tested and proven methods. Students begin to experience academic achievement, regain self-esteem, learn to embrace their uniqueness and become capable learners who are confident in themselves. Each day at Boulder Creek Academy is purposefully designed to maximize experiences that allow students to practice social skills, improve self-worth and develop healthy identity, benefit from therapeutic learning and to have fun.
Boulder Creek Academy has been creating a therapeutic learning environment for high school students ages 14-18 with anxiety, depression, untapped academic potential, interpersonal relationship difficulties, limited executive function skills and overlooked strengths and talents for more than 25 years.