30 Mar

Episode 3: Stephen de Groot, a transformation architect in the social services field

This episode we caught up with Stephen de Groot, an author, consultant and transformation architect who works across systems in the helping professions (education, social services, justice) to help create positive outcomes for kids and families, and improve the working lives of professionals in the field. Click here for more information about our 1-day workshop with Stephen de Groot on April 28th, 2016 in Calgary. Steve’s approach to helping has been informed by a multitude of philosophical, theoretical and...

30 Mar

Episode 2: Kelly Waters-Radcliffe on program design, therapeutic perspectives and more

This podcast catches up with Kelly Waters-Radcliffe, R. Psych, who was previously employed as our family therapist and clinical supervisor at the Wilderness Treatment at Base Camp program. Though Kelly spent a number of years away from the study of psychology, his journeys taught him a great deal about the human capacity for change and helped him deepen into his life’s passion: namely, helping to create movement in the lives of people who have for various reasons found themselves ‘stuck.’ Now a registered psychologist,...

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