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Woodbury Reports, Inc. was founded in November 1989, by Lon Woodbury, MA, IECA, CEP, as an Independent Educational Consulting firm to help parents of teens making poor decisions select a private, parent choice program that would help return the family to normalcy. Lon had worked as the admissions director at the CEDU program, Rocky Mountain Academy, in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and decided that he could better help parents find the most appropriate placement for their at-risk children if he was independent.

Woodbury Reports has helped hundreds of families over the years. We understand each child is different and has individual needs, strengths, and interests. Through interviews with parents, communication with professionals who know your child well, and then thoroughly researching viable options, we can help parents make the right choices that will help your child get back on the right path.

   The mission of Woodbury Reports Inc. is to empower parents by providing the best quality advice possible in helping parents make good decisions regarding their struggling teen.

Woodbury consultants are experienced professionals who come from a variety of disciplines. This allows our consultants to review each placement from a variety of perspectives, thus providing a wide range of input before recommendations are made. Our team is led by Lon Woodbury, the founder of Woodbury Reports, which is the leading newsletter for the nation’s network of Parent Choice Schools and Programs, and Dr. Larry Stednitz, Ph.D., who has well over 40 years as a program administrator and educational consultant. The other members of the team are: Loi Eberle, a masters level educator with 10 years experience as a consultant, Linda Zimmerman who is a nationally recognized specialist in attachment disorders and adoption issues, and Steve Migden, Ph.D., a licensed and board certified psychologist who is an expert in both learning and emotional/behavioral problems. Dr. Stednitz serves as the team coordinator.
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« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2012, 12:04:11 AM »
Who Is Lon Woodbury?

Lon Woodbury, MA, IECA, CEPLon Woodbury, MA, CEP, IECA
Bonners Ferry, Idaho

Lon Woodbury is an educational consultant who began working with Schools and Programs for struggling teens in 1984. Lon earned his B.S. and M.A. degrees from the University of Idaho. He is a long-time member of the IECA. He provides a nationwide referral service for parents of adolescents with behavioral and emotional problems. Lon publishes a Directory, the “Parent Empowerment Handbook,” based on his research into quality schools and programs and to empower parents in their efforts of finding the best placement for the child who is making poor decisions. He also publishes an educational newsletter, Woodbury Reports, for parents, professionals and schools or programs to provide current information on what is happening not only in the network but in the public school system. Prior to becoming an educational consultant, Lon taught in the public school system and worked with the U.S. Senate and the Executive office of the President on public policy.
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« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2012, 12:04:51 AM »
Curriculum Vitae of
PO Box 1107
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805

PARENT EMPOWERMENT HANDBOOK (was PLACES FOR STRUGGLING TEENS), a directory of schools and programs screened for safety and effectiveness for determined parents with children making poor decisions. Available through Woodbury Reports Inc. Published annually since 1993.


Association for Educators in Private Practice (Now Education Industry Association), July 28, 2001 Los Angeles – Moderator.

Specialty Schools: a Growing Opportunity

IECA Workshop: Nov. 2, 2001, Tampa Florida

Survey Results: What Parents and Alumni of Parent-Choice Residential Programs say about them.

IECA Workshop: Nov. 13, 2004, New Orleans

Internet – Pitfalls, Perils & Opportunities

Bonners Ferry Rotary: Jan. 11, 2005

Parent Choice Network

Bonners Ferry Chamber of Commerce, March 24, 2005

The national network of Parent-choice residential schools and programs for struggling teens.

Northwest Regional NATSAP Conference, August 2005
       The CEDU Experience
       Internet: Pitfalls, Perils and Opportunities

IECA Conference, Philadelphia November 15, 2005
       Panel Moderator: Is Addiction A Disease Or A Choice?
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« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2012, 12:06:17 AM »
Who Is Loi Eberle?

Loi Eberle, MA, IECALoi Eberle, MA, IECA
Bonners Ferry, Idaho

I became inspired to specialize in Educational Consulting when editing and producing the Woodbury Reports monthly newsletter while under the mentorship of Lon Woodbury. Over the last ten years as an Educational Consultant, I have interacted closely with schools, programs and professionals, watching young people's lives improve and their families gain hope. I have also seen how families can improve their communication and grow closer through this educational and therapeutic process. While working with families from the start of placement process through program completion, I enjoy witnessing the successful outcomes.

Previously, I taught in elementary and secondary schools, as well as in universities and therapeutic/emotional growth residential programs. I also co-founded and directed a private elementary/middle school for ten years. These experiences have helped me learn about a variety of learning styles and appropriate educational techniques. As an educator, I drew upon my experiences as a performance and visual artist, a student advisor and a mother. I have personally learned the benefit of the expressive arts, journaling and wilderness activity, and have always used these tools when working with young people. I have a bachelor's degree in Communication from Northwestern University, a master's degree in Secondary Education and Instructional Design from the University of Minnesota, and I have completed two years of full-time study in Educational Psychology at the doctoral level at Indiana University.

After difficult traumas and tragedies occurred in my family and extended family, I learned about the importance of not becoming embittered, seeking instead to gain understanding and compassion. I saw how adolescents can become alienated through hyper-focusing on society's problems. I learned that seeking distraction and altered states are not life promoting practices. My goals, which I developed with encouragement from parents and grandparents, inspired me to pursue advanced education. I became motivated to find ways to regulate my own behavior and emotions using cognitive therapy and ancient self-regulation techniques. As a result, I have also studied yoga and meditation for forty years and taught classes for many of those years, helping to guide people on their personal journeys of self-discovery. Through continuing education in psychology, yoga therapy and mindfulness meditation, I stay current with new information about the many tools and techniques for attentional problems, behavior problems, and mood disorders. I am concerned about the challenges experienced by our young people today. When working with my client families, I do all that I can to help them identify appropriate resources for their children as well as for the whole family.
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« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2012, 12:06:42 AM »
Curriculum Vitae of
PO Box 1107
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805
208-267-5550 internet site

1997-1999 Rocky Mountain Academy Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Journalism teacher, Editor and Student Advisor for student newspaper covering four CEDU North Idaho schools

1987-1997 Woodhaven School Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Founder/Administrator/Part time Teacher

    Incorporated and obtained 501(c3) federal exempt non-profit status for the school

    Served as teacher/parent/student liaison (preschool – 8th grade)

    Part time teacher, grant writer, fundraiser

     Produced quarterly newsletter & parent materials

1980-1986 Hero’s Journey Multi-media Program Santa Barbara, CA

    Incorporated and obtained 501(c3) federal exempt status

    Produced videotapes, slide shows, manuals and publications

    Conducted workshops and support groups nationwide dealing with issues of chronic disease and healing

1979-1980 Harmon Associates San Francisco, CA
Designed and developed management training programs and materials for
corporate clients within the banking industry

1977-1979 Lawrence Hall of Science, U of Calif. Berkeley, CA
Science Curriculum Evaluator
Assisted with the creation and administration of evaluation techniques
for the Adolescent Reasoning Project, Science Activities for the Visually
Impaired, and the Teacher Corps Projects

1976 –1977 Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana
Instructor/ Research Fellow
Helped design, administer and analyze evaluation methodology for
teacher training at the graduate level

1975-1976 University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
Instructor/Instructional Developer
Joint position with the School of Education and the School of Allied Health
Sciences (Medicine, Dentistry & Biometry); performed needs assessment,
task analysis, developed multi-media curriculum materials, taught classes

1974-1975 Educational Management Services Minneapolis, Minn.
Participated in analyzing research on Mainstreaming in the Public Schools; contracted by the Minnesota Legislature

1972-1974 U. of Minn. Extension Service St. Paul, Minnesota
Program Developer
Developed and conducted programs for inner city youth; organized and trained adults to maintain urban youth programs

(Note: Maiden name: Lois Marie Miller, married name: Lois Miller Foley,
later remarried as Lois Miller Eberle)
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« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2012, 12:07:31 AM »
Who Is Larry Stednitz?

Larry Stednitz, PhD, IECALarry Stednitz, PhD, IECA
Morro Bay, California

I have spent the past 45 years working with troubled youth.  More importantly, I spent the better part of the past 30 years raising children.  I, like most parents, know the stress, frustration and hopes of parents.  The difficulties of raising kids who are simply going through typical teen years are compounded if a child is having emotional, behavioral, or educational problems.  That precious child is no longer the child you remember.  The child you had so much hope that they will be happy and have a successful and rewarding life, no matter what they decide to do.

What drew me to this work began many years ago.  My experience as a teacher, a school counselor, a school psychologist, a program director, and program developer allowed me to understand at a deeper level, what kids do well in what programs and whether or not a program can be effective for a specific child.

I also began referring parents to programs thirty years ago, and have done so all of this time.  Many of my colleagues became therapists and worked one on one with young people.   I found that I could do much more good if I ran a program that worked not with only a handful of youth and their families, but hundreds every year.   I also learned that if I helped a parent find the right school/program for their child, my influence is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  My influence on young people and families is hugely magnified when an appropriate placement is made.

In my professional life, I have been a teacher and a school psychologist in a large Southern California school district for ten years.  I have worked as a counselor at Father Flanagan’s Boys Town, was the senior program development officer for the largest company for troubled youth in the country, was a consultant in quality improvement at the 2nd largest company in the country, have been the director of nine programs, and have helped develop eleven programs in California, South Carolina, Nevada, Montana, Utah, and Colorado.  These experiences have all come together to provide me a unique in-depth understanding of programs for adolescents.
My work is dedicated to helping parents find life changing answers for their child and for their family.  Forming a partnership with families and helping parents and their children is what I do.  Other than my own family, I get the most pleasure in life from the results of my work.
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Curriculum Vitae of
Morro, CA


1981 PhD Leadership and Human Behavior
United States International University
San Diego, CA

1972 Life Credential, School Psychology
California State University
Long Beach, CA

1968 Master of Science, Education
Omaha University
Omaha, NE

1964 Bachelor of Science, Education
Midland College
Fremont, NE


1980-2003 - Assessment and Placement for troubled youth - Developed and operated the Western Youth Network, a service that helped parents and professionals to find the right help for their children and clients. This service was provided in both outpatient and inpatient settings. The Network served 1000's of youth and parents and is still active as the National Youth Network.

Direct Youth Services - Worked for 14 years as a teacher, counselor, coach, and school psychologist in public and private schools. Began career at Boys Town, Nebraska as a school counselor and coach. Provided individual and group counseling for personal, educational, and vocational issues. Developed peer counseling, staff training, and administered education programs including gifted and special needs students. Provided case management services for special education students. Conducted psychological and educational evaluations for students and served as an expert witness in non-public school funded residential treatment program placements.

2002-2003 - Program Leadership - School Director of Boulder Creek Academy located in Idaho. Responsible for the administration of a 70 bed facility for youth who had emotional, social, and learning disabilities. The school specialized in working with socially and emotionally delayed boys and girls aged 14 through 18. Responsible for all aspects of the program including a 5 million dollar budget, enrollments, program delivery and plant operations. Managed a staff of over 60 and was a member of CEDU Education senior management.

1999-2002 - Administrator for Alternative Youth Adventures located in Montana. Responsible for the administration of multiple services for boys and girls aged 13 through 18. The program worked with neglected and abused adolescents, delinquent youth, and emotionally disturbed youth. The program included assessment, wilderness treatment, residential treatment, outpatient therapy, case management, aftercare programs and substance abuse treatment. The program served over 100 youth daily. Responsible for design and implementation of all services and responsible for a 4.5 million dollar budget, enrollments, and plant operations. Managed a staff of over 100.

1979-1992 - Served as Clinical Director for Capistrano by the Sea hospital, a 100 bed psychiatric treatment center located in Dana Point, California. Over this 13 year period of time, managed a day treatment program for emotionally disturbed adolescents, a 22 bed adolescent treatment program, a 20 bed adolescent substance abuse program, a 12 bed psychiatric assessment center, an adult psychiatric program and an adult substance abuse program. Accountable for a 12 million dollar budget, served on the Board of Directors and responsible for the design and development of all programs.

1969-1979 - Provided Administrative and Direct Services to students at Woodrow Wilson Junior High School located in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Boys Town, Nebraska and Santa Ana, California. Provided school psychology and counseling services to students. Provided consultation to parents and professional staff.


Have completed or participated in the design and start-up development for the following youth programs:


1. Non-public school funded day treatment program..
2. 22 bed psychiatric program for adolescents
3. 22 bed adolescent substance abuse program.
4. 12 bed psychiatric assessment center.
5. 12 bed psychiatric eating disorders program.


6. 90 day assessment center for delinquent youth.
7. Assessment center, wilderness treatment, and residential continuum of services for delinquent adolescents.
8. Mental health center including group home treatment, day treatment, case management, and aftercare services.

South Carolina

9. Wilderness and residential program for girls.
10. Residential assessment and treatment center for boys.


11. Day treatment and after school program for adolescents in both Reno and Las Vegas.


Organized seven major conferences in Orange County, CA dealing with a variety of issues related to adolescent diagnosis and treatment.

Chairman, South Orange County California Youth Network.

Board Member, Orange County California Youth At risk.

Program Chairman of OC Association of Educational Psychologists.

Advisory Faculty and Moderator of “Adolescent School Failure”, a regional symposium for clinicians and educators.

Author, “The Effects of a systematic Skills Training Model on Communication skills of Adolescent Psychiatric Patients”.

Co-authored manual entitled “Diagnostic and Remediation of Learning Disabilities”.

Founder and President of Santa Ana, California Personnel and Guidance Association.

Included in “Outstanding Young Men of America”.

Co-author of “Role and Function of the Counselor in the State of Nebraska”.

Organized and chaired regional conference on “thinking errors” with Dr. Samenow.

Organized and chaired regional conference on the diagnosis and treatment of sex offenders in the State of Montana.

Organized and chaired regional conference on adventure therapy/experiential education in the State of Montana.

Managed and acquired grants for the assessment and treatment of sex offenders in the State of Montana.

Member of the steering committee for mental health services in the State of Montana.

Presenter of “innovative treatment of youth” to the State of South Carolina Juvenile Justice conference.

Presenter of “innovative treatment of adjudicated youth” at the Mental Health in Corrections conference in Missouri.

Presenter of “experiential education/adventure therapy”, theory and practice to the conference of “Emotionally Disturbed Youth” and at the School Psychologist conference in the State of Montana.
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« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2012, 12:08:41 AM »
Who Is Stephen Migden?

Stephen Migden PhD, ABPPStephen Migden, Ph.D., ABPP, IECA
Roslyn Heights, NY

My route to educational consulting has taken me through some interesting and rewarding professional experiences.

After I graduated from Columbia University, I worked briefly as a reference book editor in New York City. Although I really enjoyed the work, I realized that I would be more fulfilled by working in a helping profession, so I entered graduate school in clinical psychology at New York University, and I graduated from that program in 1979. My first job after graduate school was in a learning disabilities program in the pediatric neurology unit of a teaching hospital. I loved it. I honed my skills as an evaluator and I began a lifelong interest in learning disabilities, making many professional friends that I still have, some 30 years later.

When I left the position at the learning disabilities program it was to become the senior supervising psychologist at a psychiatric day treatment center for children and adolescents with serious emotional and behavioral problems. There, I had the opportunity to expand my experiences beyond learning disabilities, and to develop considerable expertise with troubled youth, including those who were extremely oppositional, struggling with a mood disorder, abusing drugs or alcohol, or simply very frightened and confused.

After a brief period as a consultant to some residential programs, I next took a position as the supervising psychologist at a publicly-funded residential treatment center for adolescents. My major responsibility for the first ten years or so was to be the coordinator of a residential diagnostic unit, where I was responsible for the assessment and placement of literally hundreds of troubled adolescents each year. Each week, I would lead a team of professionals who would make recommendations about the type of treatment or educational setting that could best meet the needs of the children who had been temporarily placed on our diagnostic unit. It was a wonderful opportunity to combine my skills as an evaluator (learned in my first job) and my skills at working with troubled youth (learned in my second job). Over time, I advanced at this agency, taking on a number of supervisory positions and having the opportunity to participate in the development of many fine programs, including a treatment program for sexually inappropriate boys and one of the largest psychology internships in the country.

So, I can fairly say that I come to my work as an educational consultant with a very wide and deep range of experiences. These experiences include assessment as well as treatment, learning problems as well as behavior problems, direct service as well as supervision, administration and program development. Beyond that, I have never lost my interest in helping children, teens and their parents. And fortunately, all of these combine when I work with a family to arrange a placement for a teen or young adult. I'm not only very gratified by the feeling of being able to find an appropriate school or treatment setting for a struggling young person, but I'm also very gratified when I'm able to help that young person's parents better understand just what their child's problems are and what kind of program he or she really needs. Because of this, I always treat the educational consultation as a collaborative process, one in which parents benefit from being partners in my expertise, not simply recipients of it. Aside from the time that I spend with my wife, children and close friends, there is little that I value as much as working with parents to make an effective placement.
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Curriculum Vitae of
142 Mineola Avenue #2I
Roslyn Hts, NY 11577
Phone 516 625-0824
Fax 516 625-0825


1979 Ph D, Clinical Psychology, New York University, New York, NY.

1972 AB, cum laude, Sociology, Columbia University, New York, NY.


1979 Psychology License Number 006041, New York State.

1988 School Psychology Certificate, New York State.


2003-Present Editorial Board Member, Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy.

2000 Board Certification in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology.


1979-Present Psychologist and Educational Consultant, Roslyn Hts, NY.

2002-2007 Consultant Psychologist, New York Law School, New York, NY.

2002-2007 Consultant Psychologist, Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY.

1991-2007 Consultant Psychologist, Touro Law Center, Huntington, NY.

1993-2005 Associate Clinical Professor, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY.

1986-2004 Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychology, St John's University, Jamaica, NY.

1989-1996 Consultant Supervisor, These Our Treasures Preschool, Bronx, NY.

1982-1990 Senior Psychologist, Woodward Mental Health Center, Freeport, NY.

1982-1990 Consultant Psychologist, Institute for the Development of Intellectual Potential, CW Post College, Greenvale, NY.

1986-1988 Consultant Psychologist, Intersensory Learning Center, Great Neck, NY.

1982-1983 Visiting Lecturer, The New School University, New York, NY.

1977-1982 Psychologist, Division of Pediatric Neurology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY.

1973-1974 Associate Editor of Social Sciences, The New Columbia Encyclopedia, Columbia University Press.


The Special Needs Child in the School. Postgraduate Program in School Psychology, Derner Institute, Adelphi University.

Empirical Research and Developmental Theory. Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy, Derner Institute, Adelphi University.

Assessment and Treatment of the Ego Impaired Child. Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy, Derner Institute, Adelphi University.

Child Assessment and Psychopathology. Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy, Derner Institute, Adelphi University.

Personality Assessment. APA Accredited Internship Program, Schneider Children's Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

Emotional Issues in Specific Learning Disability. Continuing Professional Education Program, New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association.

Seminar in Clinical Psychology. Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, the New School University.


Alternative Placement Options for the Behavior Disordered Adolescent.
Workshop, Department of Probation, Suffolk County, New York, January 2010.

Alternative Post-High School Settings for the Special Needs Student. Workshop presented at the 36th annual conference of the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, March 2009.

Special Needs Educational Consulting: An Overview. Workshop, Greater Long Island Psychiatric Society, Child Study Group, January 2008.

Psychological and Psychiatric Problems of College Students. Keynote presentation at the annual conference of the Department of Reading and Basic Education, Nassau Community College, August 2007.

Things to think about when you're thinking about college: A guide for students with LD/ADHD and their parents. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the LongIsland Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, March 2007, and at a special presentation for the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, October 2007.

The psychological report: A primer. Woodbury Reports, August 2006.

Common sense in judging empirically supported treatment programs. Woodbury Reports, August 2006.

What to look for in an evaluation report. Workshop for parents, New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, May 2006.

The 2004 Re-authorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Winthrop University Hospital, September 2005.

The new IDEA and its implications. Workshop presented at the 32nd annual conference of the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, March 2005.

Recent developments in learning disabilities. Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, December 2004.

Psycho-educational evaluation. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Independent Educational Consultants' Association, November 2004.

Self-esteem and the individual with LD. Workshop, Learning Disabilities Association of New York, October 2003.

An overview of learning disabilities. Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Nassau University Medical Center, March 2003.

Self-esteem and depression in adolescents with specific learning disability. Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, vol. 2, 2002, 145-160.

Assessing the high functioning adult with dyslexia and related learning disabilities. Paper presented at the 28th annual conference of the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, March 2001.

The emotional concomitants of specific learning disability. Grand Rounds, Center for Psychological Services and Clinical Studies, St. John's University, April 2000.

Identifying and understanding the emotional aspects of dyslexia. Lecture presented at the 26th annual conference of the New York Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, March 1999.

Dyslexia and self-control: An ego psychoanalytic perspective. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, vol. 53, 1998, 282-299.

The role of transitional experiences in child psychotherapy: Dependence and trauma. Psychotherapy, vol. 31, no. 3, 1994, 398-406.

Specific learning disability in adolescents. Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, June 1992.

Assessing specific learning disability in the standard psychological test battery. Workshop presented at the 19th annual conference of the New York Branch of the Orton Dyslexia Society, March 1992.

Psychotherapy with dyslexic children and adults. Panel chairperson, 18th annual conference of the New York Branch of the Orton Dyslexia Society, New York, March, 1991.

Dyslexia and psychodynamics: A case study of a dyslexic adult. Annals of Dyslexia, vol. 40, 1990, 107-116.

Dyslexia in historical perspective. Panel chairperson, 16th annual conference of the New York Branch of the Orton Dyslexia Society, New York, March 1989.

Emotional functioning and psychotherapy of the individual with specific learning disability. Paper presented at the 12th annual conference of the New York Branch of the Orton Dyslexia Society, New York, March 1985.

Treating children in concurrent psychotherapy-remediation. Annals of Dyslexia, vol. 33, 1983, 275-288. Originally presented at the 33rd national conference of the Orton Dyslexia Society, Baltimore, November 1982.
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