Bridging the transition through mentoring and parent support.
360 is led by a dynamic and passionate professional, Beth Laughlin. Although Beth has been working with families in the field for the past 15 plus years, the last 8 years Beth's experience has been specifically focused on assisting families during the transition and aftercare process following treatment.
Beth Laughlin has been working in the behavioral health field for 20 years in a variety of counseling, education and business development capacities. Beth recieved a B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University, then went on to earn a Masters Degree in counseling and has worked with families in a number of therapeutic and educational settings in the U.S. and abroad.
Beth is excited to work with families during this important stage in the treatment process. For a more detailed bio click the Leadership section.
360 Transition Specialist and Mentors play a vital role in the transition process. They understand the importance of developing a relationship that is based on trust, support, advocacy and accountability. Within the context of this relationship the Transition Specialists and Mentors assists the parents and their child in setting up a successful life for the child following treatment.
360 Transition Specialists and Mentors have years of experience working in the treatment settings that their clients have come from. This common understanding and shared language quickly sets the groundwork for a strong foundation in which to build on.
For detailed bios on the 360 staff click the Transition Specialist and Mentor section.