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Charlotte Wood Middle School

600 El Capitan Dr.
Danville, CA 94526

Fall 2016: 9/1 - 11/10

2016 Quest Therapeutic Camps Fall Fees

  • 3 Weeks.......$2250.00
  • 4 Weeks.......$2950.00
  • 5 Weeks.......$3625.00
  • 6 Weeks.......$4275.00
  • 7 Weeks.......$4925.00
  • New Camper Screening Fee: $140

*Medical insurance/ABA coverage/Regional Center may cover Quest

Afterschool Program:

Danville (Vista Grande)
600 El Capitan Dr, Danville CA. 94526
Thursdays 4:00-6:00pm
9/1/2016 - 11/10/2016

Oakland (Temescal Beach Park)
6500 Broadway Oakland, Ca. 94618
Mondays 4:00-6:00pm
9/12/2016 - 11/28/2016

Winter Session:

Danville: 12/1/2016 - 2/23/2017
Oakland: 12/5/2016 - 2/27/2017

Spring Session:

Danville: 3/2/2017 - 5/11/2017
Oakland: 3/6/2016 - 5/15/2017

  • Single Session: $900.00
  • Two Sessions: $1,700.00
  • Three Sessions: $2,400.00

Afterschool Program

Effective as an independent group therapy program, the Afterschool program also offers an opportunity for summer campers to continue progress throughout the school year. Quest meets once a week for three 10-week sessions in Alamo (Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm), Oakland (Tuesdays 4-6pm) and Menlo Park (Wednesdays 3:30-5:30pm). With the strains of homework and other activities, Quest provides a time for children to learn the critical skills associated with emotional and social intelligence.

Using the Quest summer model, the program provides an activity hour to work with the children within a naturalistic environment and an hour of group therapy to focus on individual goals, social and emotional skill development and group dynamics. Since the program is only two hours a week, campers earn more points each hour to be sufficient to buy toys at Store or participate in a fieldtrip once every five weeks.

Children are grouped by age ad ability. The Afterschool program provides the opportunity to have a therapist involved with the group for the entire time. This adds a more intensive treatment for the shorter day. Parents provide points for daily goals at home that are combined with camp points and Contract goal points for their reward. Evening parent group meetings occur every five weeks with therapists. Parents receive both written and verbal feedback about their child and effective techniques.

Dr. Field provides clinical direction of the program.

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  • Dr. Robert B. Field, Ph.D.

    Founder/Executive Director | Quest Therapeutic Camps

    Dr. Field has provided assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and families since 1979. He received his Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology specializing in clinical care of children and adolescents.

    After completing the doctoral program, Dr. Field worked as a psychologist at the Benjamin Rush Center for MH/MR in Philadelphia, PA before returning to California to start his private practice. In addition to private practice, Dr. Field also acted as team coordinator and psychologist for the Livermore Unified School District’s special assessment team.

    In addition to founding Quest Camps with his wife, Debra Forrester-Field, Dr. Field and Debra have also developed an interactive child therapy website, www.directiveparenting.com for parents of 4-12 year olds.

    Bob and Debra have four grown children, Josh, Meghan, Rebecca, and Carly, who have all worked at Quest.

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  • Debra Forrester-Field, M.A.

    Debra Forrester-Field, M.A.
    Administrative Director
    East Bay

    Ms. Forrester-Field’s background in Psychology and her desire to assure the highest levels of quality, safety and organization have provided Quest with an exceptionally well developed treatment program. In 2011, Ms. Forrester-Field developed our online web registration system with Active Networks. All of the information gathered on our campers has been identified and organized to assure health, safety and quality care. Ms. Forrester- Field oversees all administrative aspects of the Quest Therapeutic Camps including accreditation by the American Camp Association.