All Kinds of News for February 05, 2020
After several years working in residential treatment, Daryn Reiner has decided to add to her already impressive resumé by accepting the position of Director of Admissions at New Vision Wilderness Therapy.
Reiner’s decision to join New Visions came via firsthand experience with NVW-Deschutes. “While working in residential, I noticed that students coming from New Vision were consistently well-prepared for their transition. They had a deep insight into the progress they made, as well as a broad understanding of the work that still needed to be done.”
Daryn was introduced to wilderness treatment more than a decade ago when she started as a field guide. Since then, her experience covers young adult programming, latency age boys residential treatment, adolescent girls residential, outpatient clinical practice, and educational consulting. Andrew Scott, Director of Operations for New Vision Wilderness Therapy added “I’m especially excited by the diverse background within our field that Daryn brings. Not only is she helping guide families in need to us, she also brings a lot of great experience to the NVW-Deschutes leadership team.”
About New Vision Wilderness
New Vision Wilderness (NVW) programs are innovative wilderness therapy programs for clients who require immediate intervention and intensive mental health treatment. Our programs specialize in treating struggles associated with adoption, developmental trauma, anxiety, depression, and addiction. We serve preteens, teens, young adults, and their parents in three U.S. locations: the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin, the majestic Cascade mountain range of Central Oregon, and the lush forest of Georgia. Through the wilderness experience in each of these locations, young people and their parents have the opportunity to heal their relationships and foster personal growth in life.