Orange County, California


 After School Program

Monday After School Program
Ten-week afternoon therapeutic groups are designed to provide therapy by specifically targeting individualized goals for our campers. A minimum of one hour includes therapeutic activities that heavily target the development of social skills, emotion regulation, and positive behaviors, while the next hour focuses on further skill development by providing a variety of experiential activities as part of a group to create opportunities to observe the child in a natural setting and intervene to facilitate change. Some quarters provide a special emphasis to improve skills, while other quarters have a more general offering based on the campers' interests and often include programming in areas such as video game making, drama, art, movie making, etc.  The Fall Quarter is a Minecraft group and requires a Java version of Minecraft to participate.  Space is limited in this group.
Tuesday Executive Functioning Program
Ten-week executive functioning groups are designed to provide therapy by specifically targeting individualized goals for our campers in the area of executive functioning, often targeting skill development in areas such as focusing, processing, staying on task, discussing school progress, planning and organization.  A minimum of one hour includes therapeutic activities that heavily target the development of skills in these areas through virtual games and team building challenges. 

School Year Group Location:

  • Monday and Tuesday Online

School Year Group Fees:

  • 10-week Session: $950
  • New Camper Fee: $150

*Monday Winter session is priced differently at $770 because of two Monday holidays

*Multi-session discount available for signing up for multiple after school quarters ($75 off for second quarter and $150 off for third quarter)

School Year 2020-2021

Monday's Virtual After School Group is from 3 to 5 PM

  • Fall Group: September 21 to November 30
  • Winter Group: January 4 to March 8
  • Spring Group: March 15 to May 24
 Tuesday's Virtual Executive Functioning Group is from 4 to 6 PM
  • Fall Group: September 22 to December 1

Additional Camp Details Specific to Quest Therapeutic Camps of Southern California

I couldn’t be more excited about what we have launched and what we have already designed for our virtual programs! These will be a mix of the current things that we already offer that I think are most beneficial, plus all the new games we could add/build that lend themselves naturally to this format.  We have also been redesigning groups to fit our campers' current needs with new lessons specifically designed to fit the current climate.  We will be playing with a purpose!  Our campers will be engaging in hands-on, interactive lessons designed for fun, connection and to hone individualized goals and social skills through things like virtual board games and escape rooms that we have hand created specifically for them, They will get to play video games, Legos, build comic strips, do arts and crafts, mindfulness, eat lunch with each other, and do movement challenges, all with clear objectives and structure to meet their needs.

Click here to check out our FAQ page to learn more about how we are creating a virtual camp experience

Staff Application

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  • Jodie Knott, Ph.D.

    Huntington Beach, California

    Dr. Jodie Knott is a licensed clinical psychologist whose specialties include psychological assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, mood disorders as well as child and family therapy.

    Dr. Knott has facilitated therapeutic and experiential learning interventions since 2000 and is committed to providing culturally sensitive services that are collaborative in nature. She has provided services to children and adults of all ages and has worked in a variety of settings including university counseling centers (providing services to students, adults, and children and their families), hospital services (inpatient and outpatient), county services (juvenile justice, foster care and day treatment), and private practice.

    Dr. Knott’s professional training includes a B.S. in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego, and both a Masters in Counseling Family Human Services and a Ph.D. in Counseling from the University of Oregon.