Located on 450 lakefront acres in New Hampshire, The Wediko School is a residential treatment center offering therapeutic and educational services for middle and high school aged boys experiencing significant social-emotional, behavioral, and educational challenges.
The Wediko School’s social workers, psychologists, and special education teachers guide students through an intensive milieu of academics and therapy that the NH Department of Education cites as “how residentials should be.” Through the robust therapeutic milieu and a strong culture of community, The Wediko School students build social-emotional competence, confidence, and resilience in order to be more successful at school, home, and in their communities.
The Wediko School includes an experienced and passionate team of clinicians and educators. Social workers, psychologists, and special education teachers are committed to helping students thrive academically, socially and emotionally.
Join our team of dedicated and passionate staff and help us to create “Wediko Magic” in the lives of the children whose lives we touch. Or … Wediko clinicians work closely with the student’s family and referring professional with the goal of returning the child to his home and community, or a less restrictive school, as soon as possible.
As one of Wediko’s Co-Directors, Betsy maintains responsibility for the Residential Program, with overarching responsibility for all programming and campus operations. Betsy also manages Wediko’s relationships with our state partners at DCYF and leads the Facility Dog Program as a certified handler for Iden, our facility dog who provides therapeutic support to the students and staff on campus. Previously to serving as Co-Director, Betsy has worked in a variety of roles, including Dorm Clinician, Weekend Program Manager and Residential Director. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from Plymouth State University and a Master of Education in school counseling from Keene State College.