All Kinds of News for February 05, 2020
Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy program for teens ages 10-17, is expanding their family therapy programming with the addition of two new family therapists. Sarah McGahran, MSW and Russell Murray, LMHC will be joining the family programming team this month. Both bring years of therapeutic experience working with both teens and adults.
Sarah McGahran, MSW has spent the last few years working with adolescents and families in a variety of therapeutic settings including a youth advocacy group and as a clinical intern at Trails Carolina.
Prior to joining the family programming team at Trails, Russell Murray, LMHC worked as the embedded clinician for the Asheville Police Department, Asheville Fire Department, and the Buncombe County EMS. He has also spent time as a mental health clinician working with middle and high school students.
“Throughout the history of Trails Carolina’s family programming, we have constantly sought to add new elements to our work with families,” says Graham Shannonhouse, Executive Director and Founder of Trails Carolina. “With the addition of Jacob Thomason late last year and our two new family therapists, we are excited to continue our enduring legacy of helping families restore and rebuild their bond with their child. We are very excited about what family programming in 2020 will offer families. ”
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.