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Cracking Your Health Code Radio with Luke Hatch and Angelica Wagner

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We will be disucssing Luke Hatch's family Ranch in Nevada and the treatment center he has there for  the treatment of adolescent youth. 

Luke Hatch, LCSW

Co-Founder/Executive Director Of KW Legacy Ranch

Luke Hatch is a licensed Clinical Social Worker and an expert in working with adolescents and their families. He received his BS in Psychology/Communications at Southern Utah University and an MSW from University of Utah. He has worked in mental health since the year 2000. He spent 5 years working with juvenile sex offenders and adjudicated adolescents. He has worked extensively with substance abuse and spent time working with people on probation at a facility in Salt Lake City. He spent 7 years working with adolescents and families at a Residential Treatment Center in Southern Utah. He also provided community in-service training on preventing sexual abuse for the Head Start program for many years. Through the years Luke has worked with literally thousands of youth and families in multiple roles in treatment programs including as line staff, staff supervisor, therapist and has led in administration as a Program Director and Executive Director. These experiences have given him incredible insight into what it takes to operate a successful program and to produce change in adolescents. Other experience includes working in Youth Corrections, addiction treatment, assisted living for mentally handicap individuals, sexual offender treatment, anger management, family therapy, spousal and marriage counseling and counseling for depression and anxiety. He was raised in Nevada in a ranching family. He is passionate about family therapy and the use of the ranch as a therapeutic tool

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