Telos Featured in Podcast – Looks at Treatment After Wilderness – Guest John Hall, LMFT
Orem, Utah – Telos’ Chief Quality Officer and Primary therapist John Hall, LMFT was interviewed on the popular mental health treatment podcast, Wilderness Therapy and Residential Treatment Journey. During the interview, he discusses treatment for families who have mental health struggles and takes a closer look at Telos, and delves into the clinical process following Wilderness Therapy and role of treatment programs and parents in creating a safe landing. The title of Episode 6 is Middle Treatment Therapy and Research for Parents to Learn About and Use.
In addition, Hall covers the role of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) in guiding and giving structure to the residential treatment industry. He also discusses the 10 Core Pillars of the Telos program. Due to time constraints, Hall only addresses two of the 10 pillars (Evidence-Based Treatment and Effective Parenting), however all 10 are critical to the day-to-day mental and business wellness of Telos.
Telos, like all treatment programs, has taken strict healthcare steps to protect the students and staff and Hall ends the podcast with a report on COVID-19 and the impact on treatment.
Telos is located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in beautiful Orem, Utah. Available are two campuses specifically designed for teens and co-ed young adults dealing with depression, anxiety, social problems and learning differences. Caring staff use proven clinical therapies coupled with the power of healing relationships to promote deep, lasting change. The aim is to help students live principle-based lives characterized by insightful choices that promote clarity, healing, and direction. Telos is a unique, clinically-sophisticated, relationship-based treatment center for teens and young adults ages 13-26. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or online at telos.org.