CCBS at NATSAP National Conference 2018

NATSAP National Conference 2018

LIVING OUR VALUES…SHOWING UP, LEADING, DOING WHAT HAS HEART AND MEANING, OPEN TO OUTCOME…AND A GREAT DEAL OF FUN AT THE NATSAP CONFERENCE!

Cherokee Creek Boys School showed up in a big way at the recent National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) National Conference Shaler Cooper, Admissions Director at Cherokee Creek Boys School, was Chairperson for the NATSAP 2018 National Conferenceheld in Tampa, FL. last week. Shaler Cooper was honored for her third consecutive year as the national conference chairperson. CCBS Executive Director David LePere is on the Executive Board as the Treasurer having also served as Chairman the Best Practices Committees. This is serious and important work for us, but as you can see below, when it comes to having fun, we can be seriously into that, too! One of our core values at CCBS is FUN!

 

Michael Gurian at NATSAP 2018CCBS was this year’s Platinum Sponsor, bringing our friend Michael Gurian to the conference as our keynote speaker. In addition to co-founding the Gurian Institute, Michael is a social philosopher, family therapist, corporate consultant, and the New York Times bestselling author of twenty books published in fifteen languages. Michael, as usual, was both educational and entertaining…plus, he loves Cherokee Creek! Additionally, we know you will enjoy seeing him at the CCBS May Family Seminar!

 

NATSAP Conference Fun and FellowshipMichael and former CCBS consultant Susie Pecuch joined CCBS Co-Founders Ron and Beth Black, CCBS Primary Counselor Spencer Palmer, David LePere, CCBS Transition Coach Brandie Burleson and CCBS Therapist Christy Todd for a rollicking dinner of storytelling and friendship.

 

NATSAP 2018 fun - Cherokee Creek Boys SchoolCCBS also co-sponsored a Great Gatsby Gala during the NATSAP Conference. Music, dancing, trivia games, photo booths, fortune tellers, magicians and great costumes made the evening spectacular. It was a good time for letting our “authentic selves” out to play for a while!

In fact, we proudly announce that the Cherokee Creek brain trust teams took first and second place in the trivia contest. Way to go, Bears!

Each of our staff members returned home with new ideas to continually improve our small school with a big heart! Learning can be fun!

 

 

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