All Kinds of News for May 08, 2019
Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy program for teens ages 10-17, is excited to welcome Amanda Mojave LPC to their clinical team in the role of Primary Therapist.
Mojave will be working with the Trails Carolina’s younger girls group (10-14 year olds) who struggle with challenges such as ADHD, autism, and mood dysregulation. Mojave is licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University New England.
Prior to joining the clinical team at Trails, Mojave spent the past four years working with young girls and their families as a Primary Therapist at Asheville Academy for Girls. “I’m really excited to begin a new journey at Trails Carolina,” says Mojave. “Whenever I had students at Asheville Academy who had come from Trails Carolina, they would always say how powerful their experience at Trails was. The group dynamics at Trails have such a positive, meaningful impact on students. Trails provides a chance for students to spend time focusing on themselves and so much growth can happen. I’m looking forward to being part of that growth experience.”
Learn more about therapeutic programming at Trails Carolina by visiting https://trailscarolina.com/ or by calling 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. For additional information about Trails Carolina, please call 800-975-7303.