All Kinds of News for September 12, 2018
Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy program for teens and adolescents ages 10-17, is thrilled to announce the addition of Elizabeth Chancellor as Academic Director.
“As the new Academic Director at Trails, I am very excited to help students continue to make positive changes throughout the program,” comments Chancellor. “In my role, I will be training new academic staff, performing yearly evaluations of our educators on campus, teaching health and language arts classes, and consulting with schools to meet the academic needs of students.”
Over the past two decades, Chancellor has worked as an educator and supervisor in a variety of residential treatment and academic settings. With a degree in Special Education, Chancellor has held positions as a special educator in the public school system and within residential treatment facilities for at risk youth.
“We are very excited to welcome Elizabeth to our team,” says Graham Shannonhouse, Executive Director and Founder of Trails Carolina. “She has spent many years educating and providing guidance for young people struggling with behavioral challenges. Her experience and passion for teaching are invaluable to students and families at Trails.”
For more information about academic programming at Trails Carolina, please visit https://trailscarolina.com/why-trails/academics/ or call 800-975-7303.
About Trails Carolina
Trails Carolina is a wilderness therapy program based just outside of Asheville, North Carolina that offers a multi-dimensional wilderness therapy model to troubled adolescents, ages 10-17. Trails capitalizes upon the profound effects of a student’s wilderness experience, and then combines that experience with strong clinical assessments and therapy.