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Kathryn Sabol, M.Ed. Welcomed As Academic Director

Monday, 16. March 2020

Mona Treadway, Ph.D, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Dragonfly Transitions is pleased to announce a new addition to the leadership team and academic department: Kathryn Sabol, M.Ed. “Kathryn brings a unique blend of experience and world travel, creating a perfect synergy for Dragonfly and the students we serve”. Kathryn, a native Montanan, owes her passion…

Destiny Young, Director of Admissions & Business Development, welcomed to the team

Thursday, 31. October 2019

Founders, Glenn White and Mona Treadway, are excited to welcome Destiny Young to the Dragonfly Team. Mona shares that “Destiny has integrity, authenticity, a collaborative spirit and passion for working with young adults and their families. It is these traits that help create the special community that is Dragonfly“. Dori Them, Primary Admissions Coordinator, remains…

Intentional Transition Equals Success for Young Adults in Treatment

Monday, 2. September 2019

Transitions are constant in life. They can be big or small and cover the lifespan. The word transition refers to a psychological process that occurs as one moves into a new situation. It occurs in stages, with each stage building upon the next. Typically, one can expect a transition to start with an ending, a…

Team Building in the Applegate

Wednesday, 5. June 2019

By: Alyssa Pimentel A group of Dragonfly young adults and staff recently packed up their gear and traveled to Jackson Campground in Jacksonville, OR over the Memorial Day weekend. The group arrived late Friday afternoon, set up camp, and explored the Applegate River. Saturday was dedicated to team building and creating connection within the group….

Adventuring to Wilderness Treatment Programs

Thursday, 2. May 2019

Co-founder of Dragonfly Transitions, Glenn White, recently traveled to Utah to connect with a handful of Wilderness Therapy programs.  It’s always great to meet with colleagues and witness first-hand the incredible work happening in wilderness treatment. An estimated 75% of Dragonfly students start their journey with a wilderness program. It’s useful for Dragonfly to remain…