In Sanskrit, Karma means “action.” At reSTART, we call it Katie Karma. Her kind-hearted nature brings out the best in everyone she works with. She’s amazingly smart, dedicated, loyal, intelligent, and not afraid of a challenge. She takes initiative, and proactively solves issues before they become a problem. Working with the CEO of any company is challenging, but doing it exceptionally well is an art. Be like Katie. She’s generates the kind of karma you want in life! We’re super grateful for all you do Katie.
There are many times we, as teammates, just sit back and marvel at your abilities Ryan. A great leader is courageous, has integrity, honesty, humility and an ability to bring people together to achieve what they couldn’t do on their own. Your ability to connect various aspects of care in complex situations fosters opportunities for change in both staff and clients. In the nine years you’ve been part of the reSTART team, you’ve shown an absolute dedication to quality care. Thanks for leading us into the future. We are grateful for you.
As a specialist in ACT, you have helped many clients connect with their highest and noblest aspirations, and you do it with such tremendous competence! Assisting people in aligning with their values while also non-judgmentally fostering a disconnection from the behaviors that no longer serve them well is a balancing act. Yet time and time again we see the outcomes of the work you do with others. It makes each of us, as observers, want to align with what matters most in our own lives. Thank you for reminding us that there are no prerequisites for worthiness. We are each worthy of rising to our full potential, and walking the path that brings us joy.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to form healthy relationships? Counselor Rachel is one of those special people who make it look easy. With a heart full of grace, she naturally relates to others and builds relationships that last. At reSTART, we still have adolescent clients who call her months and years after they’ve left the program to keep her informed of how they’re doing. What a gift she has. Way to go wonder counselor! We continue to learn from you by mimicking your natural talents.