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Re: Caroline the Cunt
« Reply #210 on: October 27, 2009, 02:04:40 AM »
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So, what has happened to this cunt anyways?  Seriously, where did she go after Cedu closed?

I saw a short video of her.  Jesus, what a phoney!

where's this video?
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Re: Caroline the Cunt
« Reply #211 on: October 27, 2009, 02:13:23 AM »
Quote from: "1980 survivor"
So, what has happened to this cunt anyways?  Seriously, where did she go after Cedu closed?

I saw a short video of her.  Jesus, what a phoney!

where's this video?
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Caroline Wolf, an incomplete itinerary through the TTI
« Reply #212 on: December 12, 2009, 11:32:53 PM »
Caroline Wolf, an incomplete itinerary through the TTI :
(excluding years as a "student")


• 1991-1992... still (counselor?) at Rocky Mountain Academy (on staff for allegedly 11 years by the time she left):

    RMA Counselor, Vicki Jones Returns After One Year Sabbatical
    Vicki Jones, a counselor at Rocky Mountain Academy, has returned to the Academy after a one year sabbatical touring Asia and New Zealand with her husband Chuck. Randy Eide and Caroline Wolf took a six-week traveling sabbatical touring the U.S. during September and October. Changes that have occurred at RMA consist of combining the Voyager and Discovery families, the first two families, into the one Voyager family with Brett Carey as family head, Caroline Wolf taking over as New Horizons family head, and Mary Weber-Quinn as the academic director.[/list]

    • By 1995... "team leader Transport agent" with West Shield Adolescent Services:

      Opinion & Essays, 02/1995 - Letters to the Editor, Woodbury Reports
      Dear Linda: My daughter's father and I want to thank you for your help regarding _____. Your recommendations have been excellent. We used West Shield's Caroline Wolf and Ollie Perkins  as escorts who really helped her frame of mind for SUWS and continuation on to Mount Bachelor.
        - A mom from N. Carolina
      [/list]
        See also Caroline's essay on "
      Teens and Transportation" (April 1995)[/list]

      • By late 1996... "Consultant Relations" at Aspen Achievement Academy:

        See
      Woodbury Reports, Schools & Program Visits - Dec, 1996 Issue #43
        ASPEN ACHIEVEMENT ACADEMY
      Caroline Wolf, Consultant Relations
      Loa, Utah
      800-283-8334
      Lon's Visit: August 20, 1996[/list][/list]

      • By mid 1997... (undefined role) at Aspen Ranch (this position is probably the same as and concurrent with that above at AAA):

        See
      Woodbury Reports, News & Views - Jun, 1997 Issue #46
      "...May found us whirling through Utah visiting a mix of special needs programs. Of course, we thoroughly enjoyed the diverse scenery as we traveled through Utah. We visited... Caroline Wolf at Aspen Ranch and Aspen Achievement Academy...[/list]

      • By June 1998... Admissions Director for Second Nature Wilderness Program:

        See
      Woodbury Reports, New Perspectives  - Jun, 1998 Issue #52
        SECOND NATURE WILDERNESS PROGRAM, LLC
        Salt Lake City, Utah
      Caroline Wolf, Admissions Director
      801-994-5022[/list][/list]

      • March 2001... (co-founder?) of New Horizons Wilderness Program (note that she was "New Horizons family head" at RMA just about a decade prior):

        NEW HORIZONS WILDERNESS PROGRAM
        (March 30, 2001) Caroline Wolf announced the grand opening of New Horizons, an all-female wilderness program based in Orrington, Maine, 207-992-2424, [email protected]. This five to eight week program will open in June of this year. Wolf, who has worked with the CEDU Schools and Second Nature, is working with Jacqueline Danforth, who was associated with Rocky Mountain Academy (A CEDU School). Both were graduates of Emotional Growth schools. They assert this "is the first East Coast all female program of its kind to be located in the healing, rural landscape of Northern Maine. It will be located in Maine at the "Gateway to the North Maine Woods." Further developments will be announced in Woodbury Reports' "Places for Struggling Teens" newsletter.[/list]
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        Re: Caroline the Wolf
        « Reply #213 on: December 19, 2009, 09:44:35 PM »
        I was there from  85-87...not convinced of the cult. The 'program' actually had some parts that works and there were some good people there at the time (no not Randy and Caroline...but they kind of served a purpose with their scare tactics...I just never paid much attention to them). Tim Brace, Bruce, Brett and Lisa...I think these people did care...but when I went back for my one and only visit in 1995ish...the place had gone to shit. I couldn't believe the people that were running the program...I thought it was kinda sad...since, while flawed, it did make a positive impact on a lot of people. All the main people were gone and maybe at that time, it was some weird, corrupted, cultish kind of thing going on. All the alumni fuck ups afterwards might have been mitigated a bit with some kind of follow-up/support program (or something?)...but then again, we are all responsible for ourselves...especially when we hit 25-30-35...after that, there are no more excuses (mom/dad, environment, rma, etc...).

        But yeah...back to the topic. Caroline was a bitch...I just never paid much attention to her (except maybe her tits).

         O0
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        "Carolyn Wolf of Second Nature in Duchesne, Utah"
        « Reply #214 on: March 06, 2011, 10:15:34 AM »

          Carolyn Wolf of Second Nature in Duchesne, Utah
          visits Woodbury, June 19, 2000
          [/list]

          See also source page from Woodbury Reports' pages on Flicker.
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          Re: "Carolyn Wolf of Second Nature in Duchesne, Utah"
          « Reply #215 on: March 06, 2011, 06:00:59 PM »
          An (old) issue of 'New Perspectives' from Woodbury Reports:

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          New Perspectives  - Jun, 1998 Issue #52

          SECOND NATURE WILDERNESS PROGRAM, LLC
          Salt Lake City, Utah
          Caroline Wolf, Admissions Director
          801-994-5022

          "Second Nature is a seven week outdoor program designed to create an intensive initial impact for students, teach them positive behaviors and communication skills, and integrate strong work habits with effective interpersonal functioning. The first three weeks (this can vary according to student's progress) is comprised of wilderness expeditions which teach the basic lessons of the outdoors—personal responsibility, awareness of how behavior impacts others, and the beginnings of self esteem based on internal feelings rather than in response to the external world. Focal points are survival skills, self- sufficiency, awareness of issues, and communication skills." "The last four weeks takes the student from this awareness into positive personal and interpersonal habits. The students spend five days a week being trained for and completing volunteer work projects while focusing on teamwork, cooperation, self-esteem, resolution of issues, interpersonal skills, work ethic, and giving to others. They learn and practice work skills, something many of today's youth are lacking, along with the interpersonal skills that help make them successful."

          "Traditional and experiential therapy, in combination with structure and guidance, provide the other change elements. Highly skilled, experienced therapists and counselors work with the students by building relationships, teaching, role modeling, giving feedback, supporting, and exploring issues. Families are involved in treatment at home, and have weekly calls with their student's therapist as well as two family therapy phone calls with the student and therapist during the work phase. Follow up aftercare is available both by phone with your therapist and by referral to support groups who use the parenting model Second Nature adheres to, "Parenting with Love and Logic" (Cline and Fay)."

          "The Second Nature base camp is located in the High Uintas of Utah, one of the most beautiful mountainous areas in the West. Students spend two days a week at the base in wood heated tents, receiving therapy, academic assistance, medical checkups, showers, and preparing for the next week's expedition."

          "Second Nature offers academic credit for independent study course work through Brigham Young University's high school program. Students receive an assessment by the Academic Director upon admission, and that information is combined with examination of transcripts and conversation with parents prior to choosing a course. Students are tutored through the course by counselors, supervised by the Academic Director, and exams are administered while the student is in base camp."


          Copyright © 1998, Woodbury Reports, Inc.
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          Re: Caroline the Wolf
          « Reply #216 on: March 06, 2011, 06:41:16 PM »
          If a child should fall in the High Uintas of Utah,and nobody hears him,do his screams still make noise?
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          Re: Caroline the Wolf
          « Reply #217 on: March 07, 2011, 12:14:05 AM »
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          If a child should fall in the High Uintas of Utah,and nobody hears him,do his screams still make noise?
          Probably depends on whether said quandary of that kid's misery would be interpreted and processed through a psychological, metaphysical, or epistemological lens.

          Probably also depends, somewhat, on how numerous and how hongery the bears are in that neck o' the woods at the time.
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          Re: "Carolyn Wolf of Second Nature in Duchesne, Utah"
          « Reply #218 on: March 07, 2011, 12:33:32 AM »
          From the above "New Perspectives" piece from Woodbury Reports:

            ...Follow up aftercare is available both by phone with your therapist and by referral to support groups who use the parenting model Second Nature adheres to, "Parenting with Love and Logic" (Cline and Fay).[/list]

            Interesting. "Parenting with Love and Logic," by Foster W. Cline and Jim Fay, is a book that the Gaulds of Hyde School are also quite fond of.

            Foster Cline, arguably considered to be one of the founders / foremost proponents of Attachment Therapy (after Robert Zaslow lost his license in California), used to head Evergreen Consultants in Colorado, where he ended up being a mentor and perhaps even supervisor to Connell Watkins. From the article, "Therapist has strong defenders, foes" (by Peggy Lowe and Carla Crowder; Oct. 29, 2000; Denver Rocky Mountain News):

              ...The Watkins family moved to Fort Collins, where Connell Watkins worked as a social worker for the state. Another move took them to Evergreen, where Watkins hooked up with Dr. Foster Cline and a group of therapists at Evergreen Consultants who were earning a reputation for treating severely disturbed children.

              Cline and Watkins began focusing on the problems some adopted children have in bonding and showing love. Their work grew in reputation, but at least one earlier case went bad. Cline, Watkins and another therapist were working on an aggressive 11-year-old boy in 1988.

              They cursed at him, restrained him, and twisted him into a painful position, the attorney general's office found. Cline, according to the attorney general, had engaged in "grossly negligent medical practice."

              Although criminal charges were ultimately dropped, the state banned Cline from practicing holding therapy in Colorado. He moved to Idaho in 1995. Watkins was allowed to continue working with children...
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            Of course, Connell Watkins is herself better known as one of the therapists who later ended up crushing and asphyxiating 10-year-old Candace Newsmaker to death in a "rebirthing" gone wrong on April 18, 2000.
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            Re: Caroline the Wolf
            « Reply #219 on: March 07, 2011, 09:55:40 AM »
            Quote from: "Ursus"
            Quote from: "none-ya"
            If a child should fall in the High Uintas of Utah,and nobody hears him,do his screams still make noise?
            Probably depends on whether said quandary of that kid's misery would be interpreted and processed through a psychological, metaphysical, or epistemological lens.

            Probably also depends, somewhat, on how numerous and how hongery the bears are in that neck o' the woods at the time.[


            Thanx Bear, I had to look up epistemological. And I'm still not sure what it means.But I don't know how I don't know that. (I think).
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            Re: Caroline the Wolf
            « Reply #220 on: March 07, 2011, 11:18:29 PM »
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            But I don't know how I don't know that. (I think).

            lol. clever.

            If epistemology is the study of what we know, what is the study of what we don't know? Or would it be the deliberate avoidance of what we don't know?


            For some reason, I keep thinking about the California public school system.


            I suppose I should stay on topic, but I think the epistemology of Caroline has been covered.
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