All Kinds of News for May 06, 2020
Dragonfly Transitions, a young adult treatment program in southern Oregon, announces that Mark White, LMHC-MAC has joined the team as Executive Clinical Director. Mark is dedicated to supporting the community of emerging young adults and the clinical department. Mark utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches that include Horticulture Therapy, solution-focused counseling, Jungian depth psychology, ecopsychology earth-based healing, rites of passage, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Mark is a Level II trained practitioner of Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), credentialed as a Master Addictions Counselor (MAC), and also incorporates Sandplay Therapy into his practice.
Co-Founder and Executive Director Mona Treadway, Ph.D., LCSW said that in “addition to his extensive clinical background, Mark served as Director of Clinical Quality for an integrated health care agency.” She is excited for “his focus on clinical outcomes and research as this continues to drive improvement of data-informed treatment. This increases positive change in the lives of students and families”.
Mark also holds a master’s degree in school counseling and has a breadth of professional experience as a teacher, school counselor, and head of school. Mark holds a deep sense of learning styles, learning differences, and student engagement strategies to skillfully help young adults effectively utilize their learning preferences to advance their personal growth.
About Dragonfly Transitions
Dragonfly Transitions supports young adults 18-30 on a journey of personal exploration, health, and independence. Dragonfly is designed with progressive phases, college and vocational options, recreation, therapeutic support, and a variety of living environments located in southern Oregon. Students are provided opportunities for hands-on experience in a supportive environment where they can flourish.