Phone Number
Physical Address
P.O. Box 680813
Park City, UT
James MA, and Kathryn Meyer, MSW have over 40 years of experience working with teens and young adults in treatment programs, mentoring and counseling, founding and operating treatment programs and schools and working in independent day and boarding schools. They started Meyer EFS in 2014 and specialize in assisting families and young adults in finding and completing treatment programs and interventions. Their extensive combined backgrounds help them support families in the process from start to finish and together they have visited numerous residential settings across the country to meet the diagnostic placement needs of clients they serve. James and Kathryn distinguish themselves by visiting most of their clients in field while at assessment programs or Outdoor Behavior Health Programs to support and empower their clients in their process. They are located in Park City, Utah which allows easy travel time to many programs. They work with families across the country.

General Information

> 50

Licenses & Certifications

James received his M.A. in Education from Fairfield University, and Kathryn received her M.S.W. from Columbia. Kathryn is a member of IECA. James is a founding board member of The TCA, and is an associate member of NATSAP and IECA. James was a former board member of NATSAP, where he was the Ethics Chair for six years, and the Treasurer for two. Meyer Consulting LLC is a licensed company based in Park City Utah.
Independent Education Consultants Association (IECA)
National Association of Schools & Programs (NATSAP)
Therapeutic Consulting Association (TCA)

Training & Background

Social Work (Licensed or Unlicensed)
Special Education | Education

General Information

International, National, Regional
Hourly, Yearly, ByPlacement
> 50


Addiction | Substance Treatment
Boarding School
Local Schools
Behavioral Health | Residential Treatment
Local Treatment


Addiction | Substance Treatment
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Crisis Situations
Eating Disorders
Failure to Launch
Gender Identity
Learning Disabilities
Summer Camps
Young Adults