Ivy Laing, Counselor

Ivy is originally from Albany, GA and from an early age had a deep passion for people and a compassion for the hurting. Growing up in a Christian home Ivy had a sense God would use that passion in her future calling. Ivy later attended Georgia Southwestern State University and earned her B.S. in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. While in college, Ivy started a homeless ministry out of her car. After graduating college Ivy became a missionary in East Africa. She worked as an English teacher and volunteered to help minister to unreached people groups. When she returned stateside, Ivy began working with Mission Change, a non-profit ministry in Albany, GA that stands up for issues that are often overlooked in our surrounding communities. Ivy is a currently a certified minister. Ivy has a heart for discipleship, a desire to see teenage girls fall in love with Christ and for them to know they are daughters of a great King. She wants teenage girls to know that Jesus can heal you from any hurt that life may have left them with. Ivy has a heart for the nations, to see the captives set free, and to see earth look a little more like heaven.

THE FOLLOWING IS TO HELP US BE FOUND IN SEARCH, IT DOES NOT REFLECT OUR PROGRAM OR LICENSING:  Should you need help finding boarding schools, ranch for teens, ranch for troubled teenagers, boarding schools for troubled teens, boarding schools for troubled youth, or residential schools for troubled youth, please let us know.  Parents looking for therapeutic boarding schools for troubled girls and military schools for girls typically have a troubled girl.  Such therapeutic boarding schools for girls and girls homes provide help for troubled teens. Other girls-only therapeutic schools and therapeutic boarding schools for girls are places to send troubled youth.  The difference between an all-girl military school and a troubled teen therapeutic school has to do with discipline and methods they use.  Military schools for teens are all about discipline, decorum, drills, and repetitiveness. Therapeutic schools, residential treatment centers, and therapeutic girls’ homes provide counseling and therapy, and they often use therapeutic tools like equine therapy or animal therapy. Typical boarding schools are not places to send troubled youth, since they have no therapy and little discipline for troubled girls — they usually will not enroll troubled teens and are not considered troubled teen schools.  Many who are seeking military schools for girls may want to instead look for therapeutic schools for troubled girls, like therapeutic boarding schools, residential treatment centers for girls, and Christian boarding schools.

Ivy Laing, Counselor

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