PIVOTPoint WNC Welcomes New Program Director Tai Kulenic, MPS, LCMHC, ATR
PIVOTPoint WNC is honored to introduce Tai Kulenic, MPS, LCMHC, ATR, as its new program director. Tai is a highly accomplished clinician and inspirational mentor with over two decades of experience in the field. Her integration of a variety of therapeutic modalities has been empowering clients to achieve their full potential. As a licensed psychotherapist and experienced clinical director, Tai’s competency and leadership are invaluable elements that inspire the team to reach new heights in their work. Her talents extend beyond the clinical setting, demonstrating a profound belief in the power of ceremony when it comes to promoting mental wellness. By combining innovative approaches with elements of nature, Tai facilitates powerful transformations in her clients and is guiding the PIVOTPoint team to follow suit.
Tai’s exceptional background and experience in therapeutic adventure make her a valuable contributor to this work. Her impressive body of work in wilderness therapy and role as a teacher highlight her compassionate nature and ability to guide the team in developing meaningful connections with clients. She believes that one cannot find the answers to life outside of oneself. She is passionate about creating spaces that encourages others to brave their truth and be the alchemist of their own story. Tai has already proven to be an exceptional addition to the team. When she isn’t working, Tai can be found either hiking in the woods with her two English bulldogs, getting lost in the creative process, or exploring back roads. PIVOTPoint WNC is humbled to work alongside her and embrace the vision to help people explore and realize their potential.
About PIVOTPoint WNC
Founded in 2017, PIVOTPoint WNC delivers the fundamental elements of immersive/nomadic wilderness therapy programs through a day program model. PIVOTPoint is leading the way in specialized, collaborative adventure program development. Offerings have included blended adventure programs with family systems work; life skills development and coaching; vetted sober/supportive housing partnerships; and work force development options through an apprenticeship collaboration. Within the community where it operates, PIVOTPoint offers subsidized experiential programs for Buncombe County Court and Treatment Diversion participants – in 2021, 63% of all county diversion graduates were PIVOTPoint clients. For more information, visit our website at https://pivotpointwnc.org/the-pivotpoint-program/