adventure seeking young man
family with teenage girl
group of teens at school
young man barista
young man studying

“The services and help you offer is unique, and offered with such care and compassion.”

"Your efforts are truly lifesaving"

“You are such a pro and a blessing”

"She took the time to get to know our family, she was always there when we needed her and ultimately Jessica was able to help place our nephew in an environment that fit his needs.  Jessica is passionate about what she does and we are very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with her."

"It is so wonderful to see (client) in a place where he can thrive.  We could not have done it without you!"


Dr. Jessica Romeyn brings over a decade of expertise in education, and treatment of individuals across the lifespan. For the past several years Dr. Romeyn has been supporting families as an Educational Placement Specialist.



  • Therapeutic Solutions for Young Adults Networking Symposium

    Wed, March 18, 2015


    TSYA is proud to be organizing the first Networking Symposium for Professionals and Programs located in the California Region.

  • Trip to Southern Utah

    Mon, March 23, 2015

    Program Visits

  • Southern Utah NATSAP Conference

    Thu, March 26, 2015

  • Northern Utah: Program Visits

    Mon, April 6, 2015


    • Sky’s the Limit Fund 2nd Annual Breakfast

      This morning I had the great pleasure of attending the Sky’s the Limit Fund 2nd Annual Fundraising Breakfast. The morning was full of emotion and optimism. Last year they raised over $700,000 to assist families with enrollment into Wilderness treatment […]

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    • Article: How Does an IEC Choose the Right Wilderness Program

      Please check out this great article written by my colleague Jenney Wilder.

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    • Stopping Schizophrenia in Its Tracks

      Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Stopping Schizophrenia in Its Tracks By Darcy Gruttadaro, Director, NAMI Child and Adolescent Action Center For those experiencing psychosis, early identification and intervention matter—a lot. It lessens the long-term severity and often prevents psychosis from […]

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