All Kinds of News for February 08, 2017
Outback Therapeutic Expeditions is proud to announce the addition of Greg Burnham, MS, LMFT to the clinical team. His official start date is February 13th, 2017. Greg will be assuming the role of Clinical Director and become an active member of the senior management team. He comes to Outback with an expansive level of experience, which cultivatew his impressive clinical acuity and strengthens his innate ability to lead by example, and seamlessly guide students and families through their process of change.
Greg received his master’s degree from Harding University in Arkansas and has been working as a licensed marriage and family therapist for 18 years. Prior to joining Outback, he served as the Clinical Director for Wingate Wilderness Therapy where he sharpened his clinical acumen for differential diagnoses between cognitive rigidity and oppositionality. His strategic approach creates space for students to access their motivation and hope, understand themselves from a neurodevelopmental, social and emotional perspective, and expand their capacity to empathize and change. Much of what Greg does is driven by his fundamental philosophy of utilizing skills-based interventions vs control/motivation based interventions.
The immediate synergy felt between the team at Outback Therapeutic Expeditions and Greg Burnham was made evident in time spent discussing personal and programmatic approaches and values. To state that this is a good match would be a gross understatement. The Outback team is filled with exuberance, inspiration and gratitude as we move forward in 2017 as an integrated team.
Outback Therapeutic ExpeditationsOutback Therapeutic Expeditions is a licensed wilderness therapy program located in Utah that offers comprehensive assessments and treatment for teens. Outback offers help for troubled teens ages 13-17. Outback helps teens with various problems, such as depression, anxiety, engaging in dangerous behaviors, electronic and gaming addiction and more. Outback’s treatment options place strong emphasis on healthy relationships, increased self-efficacy, and a healthy amount of autonomy through skill building.