Who We Are
Lynn trained at the Meadows with Pia Mellody in the PIT method of treating trauma. She believes trauma is the root cause of most mental health issues and her years of clinical practice have been devoted to working with clients who have struggled with trauma related problems. She also trained at Rosewood Ranch and spent several years in private practice. In addition, Lynn has worked in the field of eating disorders for over twenty years. She trained with Caroline Costin, Dr. Anita Johnston and Francie White, among others. Lynn feels strongly about working with clients and their families to help heal the family system and provide a path to recovery.
Lynn’s compassionate heart has led her to sit on several boards serving the homeless in Arizona and California as well as the board of Impact Giving. As a former corporate vice president in broadcasting, Lynn has years of experience in marketing and senior management. She won numerous Emmys and other industry awards during her broadcasting career. She was the Chair of the ABC Affiliate Marketing Board, sat on committees for IAEDP, and has led many workshops.
Lynn has adopted abused and neglected dogs for years and is very excited to be a part of Calo’s one-of-a-kind canine program. She believes strongly in the healing power of the relationship between a student and a dog. She has led a bit of a nomadic life and has traveled all over the world and loves to hike, sail, play tennis and experience new places. But most of all, Lynn enjoys hanging out with her friends and family.
Jonathan Young, BA
Jon received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Truman State University and prior to his appointment as Admissions Director, held several Student Life leadership positions. As the initial contact for families seeking placement at Calo Young Adults, Jon provides information about the program that has been enhanced by his previous work experience on the front line of service delivery.