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Dragonfly Transitions Co-founder Mona Treadway Earns PhD in Leadership and Change

Thursday, 27. April 2017

Spring offers opportunities for growth and celebration, and this spring there is another cause for celebration: Dragonfly Transitions co-founder Mona Treadway has officially received her PhD in Leadership and Change with an emphasis on young adults in treatment, through Antioch University. Throughout her research over the past several years, Mona has developed a deeper insight…

Educational Success: A Piece of the Whole at Dragonfly Transitions

Tuesday, 21. March 2017

Being a modern young adult involves balancing the demands of school, family, friends, jobs and extracurricular responsibilities. This can be overwhelming for some young people who find they can’t navigate these challenges and still achieve personal success. Many students at Dragonfly Transitions take college-level classes or complete high school—experiences that help them learn self-discipline as…

Friendship and Therapy: Reflections on Friendship’s Therapeutic Power

Monday, 13. March 2017

By Gary Borjesson, PhD Dragonfly students are well aware of the challenges and opportunities that life transitions bring. In the past few years, I’ve made some big transitions in my own life, one being a career change from philosophy professor to a therapist on Dragonfly’s Ashland campus. I recently had the opportunity to bring my…

Volunteering in Portland

Wednesday, 28. December 2016

It can be an eye-opening experience for Dragonfly students to help those in need during the winter season. On a recent December trip to Portland, students applied teamwork skills to contribute to service projects at local nonprofits. They naturally held a good perspective about giving back during the holidays and were eager to jump in and…

New Beginnings at the Homestead

Wednesday, 7. December 2016

By Rae Lewis. As Autumn turns to Winter and our outdoor gardening season officially ends, we have recently welcomed 8 adorable piglets to the Homestead. These piglets provide so much fun and joy for students and staff alike. Having them at the farm also offers daily therapeutic opportunities for students to engage in a structured routine of caring…