Sean has almost two decades of coaching experience and working with youth. He is a certified Life Coach, Cognitive Behavioral Coach, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Specialist/ instructor, certified in Childhood Trauma and is an Exposure Response Prevention Specialist. Sean has spent the last several years in the Human Service/Mental Health field.
While owning and operating We R H.O.P.E., Sean was recently the Program Manager at a residential treatment center for boys with severe trauma. He has since resigned to focus all of his energy on We R H.O.P.E.
Sean is trained to train staff in the Signs of Suicide Prevention Program.
James is a Nonviolent Intervention Specialist and an Exposure Response Prevention Specialist with B.A of science in Human Services from Lyndon State College. He coached youth for 6 years and has been working in the Human Services/ Mental Health field for 6 years as well.
James is trained to train staff in the Signs of Suicide Prevention Program.
Wesley Wolter MA, MS, LADC, RYT200, a Queens, New York native, moved to Vermont a decade ago in search of solitude, healthy living and spirituality; enjoying the mountain biking and snowboarding the state had to offer.
Wesley is a psychotherapist practicing in Vermont helping all beings including those with mental health and addiction challenges. Wesley holds a Masters of Arts in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University, a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College and a Certification as a Registered Yoga Instructor/200hr from the Sivananda Ashram School of Yoga. Currently, Wesley is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor for the State of Vermont (LADC) and come early 2018, Wesley will be recognized as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Vermont. Wesley is trained in EMDR, mindfulness and other research based therapies and has an expertise is working with adults and children, that struggle with challenging and high-risk behaviors, addiction, trauma related disorders, schizophrenia, dissociative disorders, anxiety and depression. Wesley offers trauma informed yoga for all beings, targeting specific populations; Yoga for men, addictions, trauma and emotional needs.
Wesley has helped develop three private mental health residences as clinical project manager in his career with Amici Associates, developing homes for individuals struggling with persistent mental illness, stepping down from hospital level of care into the communities, for the State of Vermont. Wesley helped develop the Men’s Unit at Valley Vista Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Center upon the opening of the unit as the lead primary therapist. Here, group, family and individual addiction counseling and psychotherapy were offered. He recently helped Becket Family Services as Clinical Supervisor and Clinician, VPI North, serving adolescent boys with developmental trauma utilizing treatment methods such as SSRT, EMDR, expressive and art therapy, yoga, meditation and adventure recreation therapy , such as “cycle therapy”. Wesley is creative and an empowering therapist.
Wesley Wolter presently holds a private practice in Fairlee and Waterbury, Vermont’s surrounding areas. He is the founder of Milldale Farm Center for Wellness which offers a multifaceted and holistic approach to human services; offering yoga, mental health and addiction counseling, wellness consultation and coaching, retreats, events and workshops. Wesley is the co-founder of the Vermont Be True Yoga and Wellness Festival. Wesley spends his free time enjoying life with his partner, family, and his two furry children (dogs), practicing yoga, and on his motorcycle and mountain bike. Check out Wesley and his team on social media Facebook and Instagram ; @milldalefarmwellness , @ramawes, VTBTYogaFest.com ..
The company was established and is now managed by Sean Perry and James Reinstein. For three years prior Sean and James had been supporting and running a successful anxiety treatment center for teens suffering with anxiety, OCD and depression. Daily, they supported, coached, and guided youth through their struggles with severe anxiety and depression. They both worked with multiple levels of OCD, anxiety and depression. They have been successful in the assistance and recovery of their residents. Sean and James noticed they were only serving a small percentage of teens. This percentage was those with financial resources. They came together to create a company that would serve more than just a select few.
Both Sean and James strive to increase their knowledge and experience. Both are trained in The Signs Of Suicide program. The Signs of Suicide Prgram is an evidence-based curriculum geared for middle and high school students and teaches youth to identify the signs of depression and suicidality in themselves and their friends and how to respond to warning signs with the ACT® technique: Acknowledge that your friend has a problem, let your friend know you Care, Tell a trusted adult.
In summary, Sean and James have a combined 35 years working with youth.