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Staff Spotlight: Steve Goulding

Thursday, 14. February 2019

The Dragonfly team is a group of talented, dedicated individuals who strive to offer support to our students and families on a daily basis.  Each member of our team plays an important role – from our mentors and coordinators to our clinicians and directors.  Take a moment to learn more about Steve Goulding – Academic…

A Life Story: Thinking Outside the Box 

Monday, 21. January 2019

By: Chelsea Kibbe, MSW – Primary Therapist In our modern era of technological connection, fast pace, and pressure for performance; we lack intimacy of shared experience. Often, we feel we are alone in our hardships. At Dragonfly Transitions, students are given the assignment of writing their life story.  This provides a unique opportunity to make meaning of their past…

Celebrating the New Year in Bend!

Tuesday, 8. January 2019

What better way to ring in the new year than spending time in nature?  A group of Dragonfly students and staff recently returned from a five-day winter adventure in Bend, Oregon, where the group spent three days at Mt. Bachelor, the 6th largest ski resort in America, enjoying skiing and snowboarding in a beautiful winter setting. …

Life in the City: A week in Portland

Tuesday, 18. December 2018

Every year, Dragonfly students take a trip to Portland where they participate in community service projects to help those in need.  In addition, they have a chance to enjoy some of the unique cultural activities that Portland has to offer.  Ashland campus mentor, Cassie Belden shares her group’s experience of life in the city this past week. By:…

Life on the Homestead

Tuesday, 4. December 2018

By: Melissa Geise & Kendra Schaffer – Homestead Mentors  The Homestead in Klamath Falls offers students a softer transition and is a great way to shift from the wilderness to Dragonfly.  Students have an opportunity to learn more about gardening, cooking, and caring for the farm and animals.  We recently asked two of our farm mentors to…