All Kinds of News for March 10, 2021
[MAYER, AZ, MARCH 1] — Spring Ridge Academy welcomed Beth Ragland as the new Admissions Director at the beginning of January. Beth brings over 25 years of experience in the behavioral health field to her role at Spring Ridge.
Beth filled the role after Kate Deily transitioned from Spring Ridge to take a position as an educational consultant. “I am thrilled to join the team at Spring Ridge Academy. Having known and worked with a number of the staff over the years, I have always had great respect for the philosophy and work ethic that everyone here embodies. It is a privilege to continue my involvement with the therapeutic community in my role as admissions director at SRA,” said Ragland. Beth is available for admissions inquiries at 928-899-5839 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her experience in start-ups, working with short, intermediate, and long-term residential programs, therapeutic boarding schools, and day treatment/schools make her an asset to Spring Ridge and her role. “We are so excited to welcome Beth Ragland to the Spring Ridge Academy family. Prior to joining Spring Ridge, Beth has been a valued and esteemed colleague with many years of experience. Beth’s history of work in therapeutic programming brings a breadth of knowledge, enhancing Spring Ridge Academy’s service delivery and continued evolution,” said Suzie Courtney, Executive Director.
She has worked on various community projects, including the Junior League, the Gothic Guild (supporting the arts), Angels for Children, and numerous others in addition to serving on the Board of Directors for Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, the advisory board, and fundraising committee for Saving Teens, and the membership committee for National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP).
About Spring Ridge Academy
Spring Ridge Academy, located 1.5 hours outside Phoenix, Arizona, serves young women ages 13-17. Founded in 1997 as a female and family-owned Residential Treatment Center. It is licensed by the State of Arizona. The academic program/school is accredited by Cognia. Utilizing evidence-based clinical modalities with a traditional rigorous college-prep curriculum, including fine and expressive arts and team sports, Spring Ridge has created a relationship-based setting that allows the students’ emotional, relational, spiritual, intellectual, and physical to grow.