Our Clinical Team is Growing!

Calo is excited to announce that Crystal Smith has accepted a promotion and will be the Clinical Supervisor for Calos Girl Program. Crystal brings with her over 20 years of experience working in a supervisory and leadership capacity in outpatient mental health, residential mental health as well as other areas of the business world. She has expressed a desire to share her experience and skills to benefit the clinical team, the students/families and Calo overall. She is particularly interested in helping people grow and develop their skills and identities as helping professionals. She has a team approach that values everyone at every level for their unique knowledge and contribution to our shared success. Crystal is focused on the process of helping the team develop an even greater sense of stability, confidence and fulfillment in both our work and as members of the Calo Family. We are grateful to have her on our team!

We are also happy to announce the addition of Todd Odell as a Boys Therapist. Todd Odell will be moving from Utah and start with us in the beginning of January. He will be a Therapist in the Boys Program. Todd was raised in Houston, Texas. Throughout his youth and young adulthood, he has had many diverse and growing opportunities. He graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science in Family and Human Development from Utah State University. He graduated from the University of Akron with a Master's of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy/ Counseling. Early in his career it was apparent that he would focus a lot of his time and energy on adolescentyouth and young adults. While in college he worked for two residential programs which focused on different youth populations. He spent five years working as a therapist for a wilderness program in Utah. He also spent three years working for a local mental health and substance abuse agency in Utah. Over the years, he has received specific training in multiple diagnosis' and disorders: substance abuse, trauma, ADHD, adolescent issues, and reactive attachment. He also has specific training in several Family Therapy models, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In 2012 Todd and his wife, Randi, adopted a wonderful boy named Mykiel. This adoption has driven Todd to focus more on youth with adoption issues and see the wonderful qualities of this specific population. Todd and his family enjoy playing games, laughing, and camping.