A thought from one of our parents....
By Nicole Fuglsang
| Added October 4
"I have had, as a parent, far too much involvement with treatment facilities, counselors and hospitals than anyone should have to. I have found Calo to be the best facility that I have had dealings with. The staff, counselors, teachers etc. etc. have impressed me greatly with the care and communication that should be the standard for these situations. If you would like, I will talk to anyone that would like a biased and experienced view of how our children should be treated. I have placed my daughter in your facility which you were kind enough to make many exceptions to have her. I also have her sister placed in a facility in South Carolina getting help with her problems voluntarily. There is no comarison between the two level IV facilities. I only wish you had been around and we could have gotten your kind of help for her sister when she was as young. I believe she would have had a much better chance at dealing with growing up and learning how to trust the people that love her. I would gladly challenge anyone writing stories to do a comparison of what I have seen. The truth is on Calo's side here."
About the Author
Nicole Fuglsang, MA, LPC, NCC
Owner, Co-Founder, Vice President of Admissions & Business Development
Nicole has worked for over 20 years with adolescents and their families as a youth leader, therapist and Admissions Director. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary. Her graduate focus was in child, adolescent, and family psychotherapy, and course work allowed her to complete all academic requirements for licensure as a Professional Counselor in the State of Missouri. Nicole's clinical experience includes work in community and crisis counseling centers, national youth service and ministry organizations, long-term residential treatment programs, and short-term behavioral health care facilities. In these environments she has provided a broad range of mental health and general support services including individual, group, and family psychotherapy, clinical assessments, treatment planning, case management, and referral services. Her areas of clinical expertise include facilitation of adolescent behavioral interventions, treatment of mood and motivational difficulties, eating disorder treatment and prevention, and family crisis management. Nicole is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is also a member of the American Counseling Association as well as the American Association of Christian Counselors. As a trained and experienced clinician, she provides a depth of expertise to inquiring families and referral sources not often found in admissions departments. Nicole and her husband Matt, live in Osage Beach, Missouri with their three children, Jacob, Abigail and Matalyn.