Terry Edelmann started working in adolescent residential treatment in 1986, quickly becoming the youngest supervisor ever employed by Shoffner’s Boys Ranch. By 1990, Terry was an administrator for Cornerstone Residential Treatment supervising and training 120 employees, 80 students in intensive care, and 14 foster care homes.
Terry has owned and managed several businesses providing work experience, work release and life skills mentoring for young adults in many states. As a director, Terry has managed training, safety and security, and crisis intervention for students and staff for more than 30 years. Terry and Angela created Integrated Interventions, LLC, in 2013, making the crisis intervention programs once only associated with residential treatment available to the community.
Angela Edelmann graduated from high school at age 16 and went directly to college. Following college, Angela immediately became a mentor for adolescents in the foster care system teaching life and social skills, managing safe transportation and assisting with education. Angela has specialized training and experience working with diagnosed autism and cognitive disorders in young adults.
Angela previously managed intensive transition programs working with high-risk young adults, developing and initiating all phases of around-the-clock interventions, pertaining to safety and social/life.