All Kinds of News for March 10, 2021
Boulder Creek Academy is delighted to welcome Kathleen Hall, LCP, to the Clinical team. Kathleen is a fabulous addition to this solid group and brings with her an enthusiasm that complements the Boulder Creek Academy program. Kathleen has been a part of Boulder Creek Academy since October 2020. From Jeff Miller, BCA Dean of Students, "Kathleen initially joined the BCA team in the Student Life department as a student mentor. Her intention was to gain a better understanding of our program, the students we serve, and how best to provide opportunities for them to experience positive growth while here. As hard as it is to have her leave the student life department, I am happy for her to be achieving her professional goals in the clinical department. I look forward to seeing her continue to do what she does best, as she strives to serve the students and their families."
Kathleen holds a Master’s in Counselor Education from Adams State University and a B.S. in Social Psychology with an emphasis on abnormal psychology. Kathleen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Clinical Director Lynn Marshall, Ph.D., shares, “We are super excited to have Kathleen expand her role within BCA; she is an outstanding addition to our clinical department and we look forward to her building her connections with educational consultants and families”.
Kathleen recently moved with her family from the neighboring state of Montana to beautiful Northern Idaho. Kathleen comes with a diverse background, having served in the military and worked for US Customs. Kathleen has worked with youth in foster homes and at-risk youth for a non-profit organization, prior to joining Boulder Creek.
Kathleen believes that relationships are a key component of therapy, and understands the unique situation of parents with teenagers. Kathleen has raised one teenager and has two younger children at home. Kathleen enjoys spending quality time with her family, whether that is camping, hiking, hanging around the fire pit, or being indoors reading stories, doing crafts, or digital scrapbooking.
About Boulder Creek Academy
At Boulder Creek Academy, students rediscover their academic and social confidence. The key to our success is that we reignite our students’ belief in themselves by utilizing time-tested and proven methods. Students begin to experience academic achievement, regain self-esteem, learn to embrace their uniqueness and become capable learners who are confident in themselves. Each day at Boulder Creek Academy is purposefully designed to maximize experiences that allow students to practice social skills, improve self-worth and develop a healthy identity, benefit from therapeutic learning and to have fun.
Boulder Creek Academy has been creating a therapeutic learning environment for high school students ages 14-18 with anxiety, depression, untapped academic potential, interpersonal relationship difficulties, limited executive function skills and overlooked strengths and talents for more than 25 years.