Irene has worked with InnerChange since 2004. She became the Program Director of New Haven’s North Campus and has been in admissions since 2009. Her first professional educational experience began in 1998 with the San Diego City Schools Administrative Department working for Special Education Early Childhood. She is licensed in cosmetology and earned a Bachelor of Social Work at Utah Valley University. Irene feels that the most powerful way to influence others is through building honest, empathetic, loving and respectful relationships and is excited to be working with the Fulshear team.
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Fulshear Ranch Academy is a proud member of the InnerChange family of treatment programs. InnerChange is the only multi-program behavioral-health company dedicated exclusively to the treatment of adolescent girls and young women. We enjoy a rich collaborative environment in which all member programs research and apply the most clinically sophisticated, effective treatment approaches available.
Fulshear Treatment to Transition Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Because cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an efficient short-term therapy with self-help applications, it's an effective approach to use with emerging adults.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a synthesis of several treatment modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness exercises, talking therapy, and psycho-educational skill building. This synthesis of approaches is highly effective in addressing borderline personality disorder and other issues.
Irene Kotter - Director of Admissions
Allyson Smith - Residential Director
Allyson was raised in the Bay Area of California in a family with four brothers. She received a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in the summer of 2007 in Marriage, Family, and Human Development, with a minor in Nutrition. Allyson started working as a residential staff at New Haven in 2007 and became a lead supervisor in 2009. She loves the Innerchange family and spending time with and working with the students. Allyson excels in working with clients dealing with trauma and depression. She is an example New Haven's relationship model and how we balance love with healthy limits.
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