June 16, 2022
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Leah Madamba, MS, NCC, LCMHC | Family Services Director at Trails Carolina

“I would love to see family’s reach out earlier for support, somehow have a system in place where there’s not that stigma and they feel okay asking for help when things first have started to happen. You know, so that they get connected with help and they talk to other parents that are in it too.”
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“I would love to see family’s reach out earlier for support, somehow have a system in place where there’s not that stigma and they feel okay asking for help when things first have started to happen. You know, so that they get connected with help and they talk to other parents that are in it too.” Host and Special Education Law Attorney Tracey Spencer Walsh speaks with Leah Madamba, MS, NCC, LCMHC, and Family Services Director at Trails Carolina about how wilderness therapy programs can provide a safe space for struggling children and adolescents as an alternative to traditional treatments; and the significant impact these programs can make on families and their children suffering with mental health or behavioral challenges. Tracey’s entire career has led up to this moment. Bringing her over twenty-five years of expertise in the legal industry to the air waves, Tracey dives deeper into the world of special needs and civil rights law to give parents the relevant and supportive information they crave and need, without having to sift through a mountain of articles or paperwork. It’s about cutting through the constant noise, pulling the most important tidbits out, and absorbing key advice and anecdotes that help you and your child excel on their journey. For more information about Trails Carolina, visit https://trailscarolina.com/. National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs: https://natsap.org/ Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council: https://obhcouncil.org/
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