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Synanon was one of the nation's best-known alternatives to conventional drug treatment in the 1960s, explained Bill Lane, Founder and CEO of Bill Lane & Associates Adolescent Transport Services to Lon May 23, 2018. In this... more

Many kids are using computers and tapping phones which detracts them from real life to their detriment advised Michael Bishop, Ex. Director of Summerland Camps in North Carolina and California. He explains to Lon here on May 3,... more

When it comes to computer screens, parents must be assertive in limiting screen time for both themselves and their children advised Mont Criddle, therapist and founder of the Digital Recovery Program at Logan River Academy, in Logan... more

Angie Fusco, Ex. Dir. of Auldern Academy (NC) explains her view that in our young people the good and bad extremes are still there but seem more intense than ever before. Unfortunately, the regular kids are struggling more than ever... more

Listen to Maryann Campbell, Executive Director of Glenholme School (a boarding school in CT), explain the basics of how their school teaches character to the students. She explained 24 hours a day they integrate into every aspect of their... more

Listen to Travis Scheele, Field Director for Blue Fire Wilderness Therapy in southern Idaho, explain why and how learning to survive in the wilderness gives the student a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. The student is... more

Listen to Jory Hanselman and Charles Elias. Directors of BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy in Colorado, explain how the importance of the wilderness throughout Jewish history is part of what makes Jewish culture a good fit with the values of... more

Listen to Stephanie Zwilling, Founder & Director of Providence Farm in Illinois, who wanted a place for students to complete their healing back home after completing a residential program away from their community. As a therapist, she... more

Jory Hanselman, Director of BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy opening January 1, 2018 in Colorado, explained to Lon November 6, 2017 that their new wilderness program will integrate metaphors from Jewish culture and history in their new... more