All Kinds of News for March 04, 2020
Foundations Asheville, a program for young adults of all genders ages 18-24, is excited to announce that Bethany Shingleton, LCSW, has joined their team as a Primary Therapist.
Bethany has always had a passion for working with young adults and helping them find creative ways to communicate and understand their feelings more effectively so that they can live bright and full lives.
She earned her undergraduate degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Shortly after, she began her career in mental health working in a public school system to prevent relational aggression in middle school girls and then proceeded to hold direct-care positions in both wilderness therapy programs and long-term residential treatment centers.
Bethany went on to earn her Masters of Social Work from Western Carolina University before becoming a primary therapist at a residential treatment center.
“I am so excited to be joining this team and help young adults explore their interests, navigate new relationships, and work towards their personal goals,” says Shingleton. “Young adulthood can be such an important time and I’m honored to be a part of that journey.”
About Foundations Asheville
Foundations Asheville is a program for young adults of all genders ages 18-24 who are struggling to find the motivation to launch into adulthood. Many of their students struggle with anxiety, depression, social skills, and learning difficulties. This program is committed to helping young adults develop and sharpen the skills they need to be successful in the real world. There is a focus on teaching students how to enter the workforce, develop vocational trades, and functional living skills. Located in Asheville, North Carolina, Foundations Asheville gives young adults the opportunity to gain confidence, find their purpose, and learn useful skills that will help them navigate through the adult years.