Meet Our Clinical & Student Life Team
Rayman Kinman, LCPC
Rayman has worked with children in a variety of settings including residential treatment centers, adolescent drug rehabilitation facilities, foster care agencies, and runaway shelters. In addition to his counseling, he has experience in organizational leadership and is recognized for his staff training and program development skills. He earned his master’s degree in Counseling from Texas A&M University and his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Houston. He is a licensed clinical professional counselor in the State of Idaho and a licensed professional counselor in the State of Texas.
Kim Carey, LMSW
Kim has been trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Functional Family Therapy, and Seeking Safety. She has worked as a therapist at an inpatient substance abuse treatment center and in both public and state run adolescent treatment centers. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University-Hawaii in Social Work and her master’s of Social Work from Eastern Washington University. Family time is the most important and rewarding for Kim and in her free-time can be found spending time in the beautiful outdoors of Northern Idaho, cooking, doing crafts and reading books with her son.
Jed Rigby, LMSW
Jed specializes in recreational therapy and often incorporates outdoor experiences and experiential activities in his work with our students. His areas of specialty include working with adolescents with depression, low-self-esteem, social and academic anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse, and parent relational issues. Jed received his Master’s in Social Work from Boise State University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Weber State University. He is a licensed social worker and also a certified raft guide and ropes course facilitator. When not working with our students you’ll find Jed whitewater rafting and fly fishing. In the winter he likes to snowboard. And, wherever you see Jed, you’ll almost always spot his trusty canine sidekick Dezi.
Jared Sartell, LMSW
Jared’s approach with students is relationship-based. He builds on this connection to help students come to understand their own value and develop healthy skills and positive passions. His areas of specialty include anxiety, adoption/attachment, and sexual offending behavior. Jared has worked with children and adolescents in a variety of settings including therapeutic boarding schools, juvenile probation and parole, and individual and family counseling with a private agency. Jared holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Social Work from Eastern Washington University. He is licensed in the State of Idaho in Social Work and is a trained Search and Rescuer. When not working with our students, Jared can be found playing with his wife and two daughters in the outdoors. Favorite activities include fly fishing, backpacking, mountain biking and archery.
Jena Schildhauer, LMSW
Jena’s areas of clinical specialty include working with adolescents struggling with family relational issues, anxiety, mood disorders, destructive behavior, trauma, attachment issues and ADHD. She is also trained in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and crisis intervention. Jena has worked with children and adolescents for more than seven years in a variety of settings including in school, home, residential, psychiatric and wilderness. Jena’s passion is helping guide adolescents down a path of self-discovery by helping them identify their inner strengths and recourses. Jena holds a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University and obtained her undergraduate degree in Family Development and Psychology from the University of Idaho. In her free time, you’ll find Jena following outdoor pursuits including hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, camping and snow shoeing. She also enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, reading a good book and enjoying a cup of tea.
Wolves Team Manager
Jeremy has worked with adolescents for more than 10 years. He values the opportunity to witness our students as they begin to respond in a positive way to the structure clear boundaries we create for them at Boulder Creek Academy. Jeremy graduated from the University of Montana and also holds a wilderness first responder certification. When not working, you can find Jeremy fly fishing, hiking, camping, and playing racquetball. In the winter he enjoys cross country skiing and snowmobiling.