We share the mission to increase the awareness and understanding of the impact of early adverse childhood experiences on society.
TEMPE, Ariz. (PRWEB) December 11, 2017
Dr. Maté has had a lot of exposure to Calo Programs and after a recent visit to one of their programs said, “I recently had the inspiring experience of visiting New Vision Wilderness, meeting with staff and their young clients. The latter were all young women with troubled histories. I was most impressed by how openly, insightfully, and courageously, after only a few weeks in the wilderness program, these young people shared about themselves and what they had learned. I can’t recommend NVW too highly.”
Dr. Maté has received the Hubert Evans Prize for Literary Non-Fiction; an Honorary Degree (Law) from the University of Northern British Columbia; an Outstanding Alumnus Award from Simon Fraser University; and the 2012 Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award from Mothers Against Teen Violence. He is an adjunct professor in the Faculty of Criminology, Simon Fraser University.
Dr. Maté believes that:
- the source of addictions is not to be found in genes but in the early childhood environment.
- emotional stress is a major cause of physical and mental illness.
- the essential condition for healthy development is the child's relationship with nurturing adults.
- AD(H)D is a reversible impairment and a developmental delay, with origins in infancy - rooted in multigenerational family stress and in disturbed social conditions in a stressed society.
“Dr. Maté’s brilliance has allowed for a deeper understanding, by professionals and parents alike, of the impact of stress, early childhood environment, and the importance of nurturing adults on mental health and addiction issues. We share the mission to increase the awareness and understanding of the impact of early adverse childhood experiences on society. His philosophy and approach to healing aligns closely with that of Calo Programs. We are grateful to be able to partner with Dr. Maté to further our shared mission. His work is changing the world.” shared Alex Stavros, CEO of Calo Programs.
The Calo Programs Distinguished Council is comprised of nationally recognized doctors, renowned speakers, bestselling authors, thoughtful researchers and highly sought after professionals for their expertise in the areas of trauma, attachment and adoption. Formal relationships with these professionals ensures Calo Programs remains on the cutting edge of practice, research and science when it comes to healing the effects of early childhood trauma. Alex Stavros, Calo Programs CEO, elaborates, “This Council is a significant investment in better treatment and outcomes; and further reinforces our position as a leader in treating early trauma amongst young people. Our expertise with trauma, attachment and adoption is at the highest level.”
Dr. Gabor Maté shared, “I am honored and excited about my relationship with Calo Programs. I have hardly ever seen trauma-informed theory, compassionate intention and expert practice melded together so humanely and effectively."
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About Calo Programs
Calo(“kay-low”) Programs (http://www.caloprograms.com) is a behavioral and mental health provider specialized in healing the effects of complex developmental trauma. Calo is comprised of Calo Teens (http://www.caloteens.com), Calo Preteens (http://www.calopreteens.com) – both residential programs located in Lake Ozark, MO predominately serving adoptive families, and New Vision Wilderness (http://www.newvisionwilderness.com – “NVW”) – a leading trauma based outdoor behavioral health program, Calo Young Adults (http://www.caloyoungadults.com) – transitional living program for young adults, and Embark by Calo (http://www.embarkbycalo.com) a therapeutic workshop and family intensive program for those reeling from issues of trauma, attachment and adoption.
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