The Interpreted Rock is a blog written by our good friend Steve Schultz from Oxbow Academy in Utah. Steve was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. He graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in psychology and received formal training as an addictions counselor. He spent several years working with health care facilities in clinical services, operations and marketing. With over twenty five years assisting families to navigate the rough waters of addiction, mental illness and the various struggles produced by wayward teens, Steve has a unique perspective and compassionate demeanor. He joined the RedCliff Ascent family in 2002. His clinical insights and customer service emphasis help him give parents a better understanding of the unique services provided by RedCliff Ascent and its sister programs.
Here’s an excerpt from a friend’s blog we thought you all may enjoy…
Monday, May 13, 2013
I was recently in Tucson Arizona meeting with the family of a student who graduated from Oxbow Academy. www.oxbowacademy.net I was traveling with the clinical director of Oxbow, Todd Spaulding LCSW. We also had the opportunity to meet with allied health professionals in the area who work with troubled teens and their families.