A Sense Of Belonging For Teenagers with Kelly and Tom Shelstad

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Kelly Shelstad has more than 16 years experience working with youth in the classroom and in wilderness settings with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Environmental Education. She has been teaching at Siskiyou School, a Waldorf school in Ashland, Oregon. With 3 other adults, she has sailed 1000 miles in open water from Fiji to New Zealand in a 39-foot boat. And has also co-created a four-day, three-night camp for girls based on the principles of self-awareness, expression, and connection in a wilderness setting through the Rose Circle Mentoring Network.

Tom Shelstad has a background in teaching in both public and private schools. He has worked in wilderness therapy, juvenile corrections organizations as well as personal and athletic coaching. He has run leadership development programs for teens and is a faculty member at Southern Oregon University. He is the founder and director of Inner Guide Expeditions.

Kelly and Tom Shelstad co-lead and create transformational experiences for youth in their organization, known as Inner Guide Expeditions.

To learn more about the work of Kelly and Tom Shelstad go to www.innerguideexpeditions.com.

Host: Justine Willis Toms            Interview Date: 8/23/2016             Program Number: C0387

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