No matter who you are; child, teen, adult, or somewhere in between – stress is a part of life. Luckily, there are folks like counsellor Dave Wiebe at Ehrlo Counselling Service (ECS) who can teach us a little about how to deal with our stress before it becomes too much!Read More
Co-written blog by Cheyenne and Trudy
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Submitted by Faron Potts, supervisor at Imperial Ehrlo Early Learning Center
Sometimes the best lessons are the ones that can’t be planned. During the frigid temperatures in January, our staff turned a discussion about the weather into a very cool science experiment.Read More
Ranch Ehrlo is welcoming a new but familiar face to the executive team and saying goodbye to another.
Linda Meyer, the vice president of clinical services, will be retiring at the end of May. Linda began at Ranch Ehrlo in 1989 as a unit manager. Over her 27-year career, Linda has held several key leadership positions within the agency, most recently, vice-president of clinical services. Regardless of her position, Linda’s commitment to the mission and vision of the organization was apparent.
“While we share in Linda’s happiness as she embarks on this new adventure, we will miss her strong and steadfast leadership at the Ranch,” commented Andrea Brittin, Ranch Ehrlo CEO.
Effective June 1st, Bree Fiissel will be joining the executive team as the new vice president of clinical services. Bree has spent the last 23 years working in the residential, clinical, and community programs at Ranch Ehrlo, and for the past ten years has been a clinical director, leading, developing, managing, and implementing both community and residential clinical services.
Andrea added, “Bree has strong leadership experience in all aspects of fiscal and strategic management and has demonstrated ability to form collaborative relationships. She has a solution-focused, strengths-based leadership style that will position her well for success in this role.”
Bree started at the agency as a frontline youth care worker.
“Working in that role was truly influential to my career development and professional growth,” she said.
Twenty-three years later, we are welcoming Bree to the vice president role.Read More
Guest blog by Scott Landry, Ranch Ehrlo vice-principal, programs south
Ranch Ehrlo Society provides many services for young people, all with distinct and unique aspects.Read More