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Month: April 2018

 
April 27th, 2018

Family Matters: Creating Systemic Change for Lasting Success

The “What Now?” Now that your child or family member is enrolled at Open Sky, do you find that you are asking yourself, “what now?” While your loved one is hard at work in the wilderness, rather than simply waiting to see what happens, you also have a unique opportunity to also look inward and […]

April 24th, 2018

A Family Process: 3 Ways for Parents to Engage in the Open Sky Experience

Open Sky was founded with the desire to actively engage parents in their child’s therapy experience. To pursue healing for the family system, parents are encouraged to look inward, to engage in their own work through Open Sky’s Family Pathway Workbook and to utilize the many resources available through our Family Services department. Though every […]

April 19th, 2018

Open Sky Launches New Adolescent Boys Group with Therapist, Brian Carr, MA, LPCC

Open Sky is pleased to announce the launch of a new adolescent boys group lead by therapist, Brian Carr, MA, LPCC.  Brian joined Open Sky’s clinical team in January 2017 as an Assistant Clinical Therapist. For the past year and a half, he has been immersed in Open Sky’s comprehensive therapist training and development program […]

April 17th, 2018

Open Sky Seeking All-Star Human Resources Director

Open Sky is seeking a Human Resources Director to help shape our future. The Human Resources Department serves as a strategic and solutions-oriented partner across our organization. Having grown in size, complexity, and sophistication, Open Sky is dedicated to providing leadership through Human Resources to make our organization stronger and more effective and to reflect […]

April 11th, 2018

Deconstructing Motivation

One of the most common frustrations I hear from my clients and families is a struggle to understand and “fix” a lack of motivation. For example, “Why can’t I take action to actually achieve my goals?” or “Why doesn’t my child change an obviously unhelpful behavior?” These conflicts can feel obvious, paradoxical, and insurmountable, which […]

April 3rd, 2018

Assessing and Addressing Complexities in Wilderness (Part 1): Borderline Personality Disorder

The American Psychiatric Association defines Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) as a mental health condition that results in a pervasive pattern of instability in relationships, a negative self-image, as well as impulsive and self-damaging behaviors. What is evident from this definition and my work with individuals with BPD is how they can struggle in many aspects […]