outBACK Therapeutic Expedition’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
In the wake of recent tragedies of racial trauma throughout the nation, on June 4, 2020, outBACK Therapeutic Expeditions announced plans of their commitment to a path of conscious awareness and action steps to enhance diversity and inclusion efforts. To read the full statement, go to Change Begins With Us: You and Me.
Tracy Hopkins, Business Development Director at outBACK Therapeutic Expeditions, when asked about the current momentum in diversity and inclusion efforts in the field, shared “We are at a crucial point, not only in our lives but within the field of private pay behavioral healthcare. The hope is that we, as an industry, are able to take this time to take personal inventory as well as examine our respective programs and practices to better understand what the issues are, to begin to create strategic planning for sustained improvements. It has to be an honest examination of why we – as an industry – are lacking both in a diverse pool of staff as well as clientele.”
For more information, please contact the following members of the outBACK team:
Business Development Director
Inclusion & Belonging Specialist
About outBACK Therapeutic Expeditions
outBACK Therapeutic Expeditions is a highly effective, clinically informed treatment program dedicated to bringing families BACK together. Utilizing the wilderness as an alternative to traditional treatment settings, we guide students (13-17) and families in their process of reconnecting to Self, re-engaging with Family, and recommitting to Purpose. outBACK provides an innovative clinical structure designed to yield the highest clinical value for students and their families by providing access to multiple therapists for each student; Primary Therapists who oversee treatment plan and Associate Therapists who are in the group daily. outBACK is a licensed wilderness therapy program in the state of Utah and helps teens with various areas of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, family conflict, engagement in dangerous behaviors, neurodiversity, ASD level I, electronic and gaming addiction and more.