All Kinds of News for April 11, 2018
Outback Therapeutic Expeditions, a leading wilderness therapy program in clinical oversight and shifting of industry norms, announced today that Theresa Wardle, LCSW, will join the company as Admissions Director. The addition of Theresa to Outback will signify and highlight a leadership team comprised entirely of therapists at a wilderness therapy program. The effective start date has been set for Monday, April 23, 2018.
Backed by over 20 years of experience as a veteran professional and clinician working with adolescents and families in therapeutic settings, Theresa Wardle has spent the past 4 years as an Admissions Director at a therapeutic boarding school. Her depth of clinical and programmatic industry knowledge, combined with her proven abilities to build relationships and trust quickly, will be key in continuing to provide families with the highest level of care and customer service through the stages of enrollment.
“Theresa has a well earned reputation as someone who is reliable, informed, and dedicated in serving as the front line for families in need of therapeutic interventions," said Business Development Director Tracy Hopkins. McKay Deveraux, Executive Director, shared the following about the newest member of his leadership team, “We have been busy over the past year expanding as a company and Theresa’s humor, industry connections, business acumen, and ability to build lasting relationships are strong indicators that she will fit our team perfectly and only add to further strengthening Outback as we continue to grow”.
About Outback Therapeutic Expeditions
Outback Therapeutic Expeditions is a licensed wilderness therapy program located in Utah that offers a highly integrated, comprehensive assessment and treatment for teens. Outback offers help for troubled teens ages 13-17 and provides clinical oversight by a Masters Level therapist every day of the week. Outback helps teens with various areas of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, family conflict, engagement in dangerous behaviors, mild ASD, 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.