All Kinds of News for January 13, 2021
Elements Wilderness Program is proud to announce that Karen Davis has joined the team as a key member of its Family Department. “At Elements we know that family engagement and support are vital not just in the treatment process, but to the outcomes of our individual clients,” said Dr. Neal Christensen, Clinical Director and Co-owner. “We are proud of our Family Program’s emphasis on in-person work at Elements, and we see it as a perfect complement to have Karen stepping in to directly serve each of our families, in both a support and educational capacity. We are truly excited to have her on the team providing these additional points of contact over the course of their child’s experience at Elements.”
Ms. Davis is an attorney by trade whose career branched out into Therapeutic and Educational Consulting after experiencing the treatment process firsthand, as a parent of a child in treatment. She is now supporting and challenging Elements parents to fully engage in the treatment process for their own personal growth and to help their children get the most out of treatment. Karen will be hosting parent seminars and providing direct calls to parents throughout the process of their child’s program.
“I am excited to be a part of the life-changing work of the Elements team, and I am honored to serve each Elements family throughout their wilderness journey. I know the difference it makes when parents actively participate in their child’s treatment process. I want each family to feel supported and encouraged to focus on their own work and self-care while their son is at Elements.”
Karen is serving all families who enrolled after January 1st. If you would like to speak with Elements about its work with clients and their families please contact Kate Lierd, Admissions Director, at 866.542.2252.
About Elements Wilderness
Since 2008, Elements Wilderness has been providing a specialized therapeutic intervention for adolescent boys aged 13-17. We at Elements envision a world in which everyone has the skills and support necessary to live a full and healthy life. Through innovative therapeutic and psychiatric intervention, a comprehensive outdoor living experience complete with expeditionary backpacking and adventure programming, a robust family program involving the family at every step, and evidence-based substance abuse treatment, we strive to provide our clients with intervention, treatment, and assessment. Elements is licensed and supervised by the State of Utah Department of Human Services and accredited through the Outdoor Behavioral Health Council and the Association for Experiential Education. For Young Adult wilderness therapy clients, there is Elements Traverse based in central Utah.