All Kinds of News for March 04, 2020
Joanna Lilley, NCC, of Lilley Consulting officially launched the Success is Subjective podcast on February 4, 2020. The podcast includes interviews of adults who experienced a break during adolescence, college, or early adulthood years to seek treatment, to take a needed break or take a gap year. This podcast highlights how success looks differently for everyone and that there is no harm in taking a break to seek professional help or treatment. The podcasts are available through:
Joanna Lilley of Lilley Consulting credits the idea of this podcast to the numerous conversations had during years of touring young adult transitional living programs and recovery programs. “I had heard numerous transition programs' staff say, ‘the client you’re describing was me in college.’ In hearing that exact phrase over and over really had me wondering if we could put these stories out into the world for young adults and families to hear” said Lilley, “If they happen to stumble upon this podcast and hearing someone’s story brings them hope, then all of this was worth it.”
Lilley Consulting specializes in providing all levels of treatment and intervention to young adults, and their families. Joanna spends ⅓ of her time traveling and has visited over 300 different treatment programs, learning these resources for young adults and their families, especially those who are looking for support and guidance into finding a meaningful young adulthood. The Success is Subjective podcast will normalize taking a break and bring comfort to those who fear that if they walk away from their current life, they’ll never get “back on track.”
If you know someone who took a break during their emerging adult years and would be interested in being interviewed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lilley Consulting
Since 2016, Lilley Consulting has been helping families and young adults find treatment options during a time of transition or crisis. Joanna dedicates herself to working solely with emerging adults who unravel before going to college, when they land on a college campus, or right after college graduation. Young Adulthood can be messy, but it doesn’t have to be if you find the best treatment resources at the time that you need them.