All Kinds of News for January 10, 2018
Two members of the Outback Therapeutic Expeditions leadership team are scheduled to present at an upcoming annual therapeutic conference. The conference, organized through the National Association for Therapeutic Programs and Schools (NATSAP), will occur in Wesley Chapel, Florida at the end of January 2018. All three of Outback's presentations are set to occur on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.
Tracy Hopkins, MSW, Business Development Director, continues to create space for dialogue and engagement on topics such as diversity, inclusion and equity. She will begin the year of 2018 by offering conversations on building pathways for access and equity as it pertains to the field of private pay behavioral healthcare.
Greg Burnham, MS, LMFT, Clinical Director, will be facilitating 2 separate presentations during the NATSAP conference.
- The first presentation is designed to invite the professional members of the therapeutic industry to critically assess, discuss, and analyze the efficacy of family therapy as it is currently provided in residential and wilderness treatment programs.
- The second presentation will invite and encourage an honest and open discussion on unintended effects of treatment within our profession.
About Outback Therapeutic Expediations
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, in each group, every day of the week. Outback helps teens with various areas of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, family conflict, engaging 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.