All Kinds of News for November 06, 2019
Juniper Canyon Recovery Center is thrilled to announce that in their second year of operation, they have continued to expand their team with experienced, passionate women. The clinical team now consists of three female clinicians, led by Dr. Madolyn Liebing. Dr. Madolyn “Mady” Liebing oversees the therapeutic program at Juniper Canyon in her role as Clinical Director. Her wisdom, experience and innovative role in building the field of wilderness therapy are a tremendous asset to the Juniper Canyon/Legacy family.
Dr. Liebing is a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. As one of the foremost professionals and leading experts in the field of wilderness therapy, Dr. Liebing has had a profound influence on the development of wilderness therapy. As a licensed psychologist, she developed the foundational model for therapy in wilderness, including the implementation of accurate mental health assessments and the development of individualized treatment plans. Dr. Liebing has had a significant influence on the entire field due to the number of therapists who trained under her leadership and the many programs that adopted the high level of psychotherapy she established as the norm for quality programs.
In addition to the clinical team, Juniper Canyon has also brought on exceptional women to work in operations. One of these women is field/program director Kim Belair. Kim is an experienced outdoor professional with nearly a decade in wilderness therapy. She has worked and guided in many different landscapes ranging from the deserts of the American Southwest, to the coastal rainforests of SE Alaska, and a multitude of places in between.
As Juniper Canyon finishes their second full year since opening, the team continues to grow and flourish. They strive to cultivate a culture in which women lead and empower other women, and in doing so are helping female clients recover in the only gender-specific wilderness program for young women.
About Juniper Canyon
Juniper Canyon Recovery Center for Women is located in Loa, UT. Juniper Canyon - A BRAVE SPACE - is designed to help women recover from substance abuse, trauma, and mental health issues. Licensed as an Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Program and a Residential Treatment Center, Juniper Canyon leverages the best of both worlds to provide a “one of a kind” experience for women.