All Kinds of News for January 09, 2019
2018 has been such a phenomenal year for ViewPoint Center! With so many great additions to their team and to their program, they are so grateful for the growth they have experienced on their campus this year. Here are some of the highlights!
Exciting changes to their team
ViewPoint Center welcomed the following staff members to their team, who have proven to be strong assets to our program. They also want to recognize the promotions of current staff members to leadership roles on their team.
- Bailey Rinaldi - New addition to our clinical team as a Primary Therapist
- Amber Seely - New Speech-Language Pathologist
- J'Lene Alexander & Edoardo Gueera - New additions to our Psychology Department
- Oscar Gonzales & Kyle Christensen - Two additional Staff Leads to offer support to their patients
- Sindi Byerly - Promoted to Director of Nursing over ViewPoint Center & Elevations
- Holly Zohner - Promoted to Lead Nurse
- Trish Brimhall- New Dietitian for ViewPoint Center.
- Roxy, Ollie, Bunny & Zuko - New K-9’s welcomed into our Dog Pack
Updates to their daily schedule
ViewPoint Center's daily schedule also saw some additions and modifications to better serve their patients with the greatest quality of care.
- New weekly Social Skills Group led by their new Speech-Language Pathologist, Amber Seeley
- Meditation and Art for patients are now held 4 times weekly
- Access to our Dietitian is now available campus wide
Remodeling on campus
Lastly, in continuing with their wonderful aesthetic enhancements made last year to their facility, ViewPoint's classroom, patient bedrooms and patient bathrooms were remodeled this year to create a more welcoming and updated living area for their patients.
About The ViewPoint Center
ViewPoint Center, a mental health assessment center for teens ages 12-17, is located just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. With a program lasting 6-8 weeks, ViewPoint Center provides superior assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and stabilization for teens struggling with mental and behavioral issues such as suicidal ideation, anxiety disorders and eating disorders. In a safe, personalized environment, ViewPoint helps teens focus on the healing process.