Dr. David Hans is a proven leader with over 25 years of experience in the fields of therapeutic programming and corporate management. He joined Aspen Education Group in 2009 as the Executive Director of the Bromley Brook School in southwestern Vermont. Prior to joining Aspen, Dr. Hans worked with youth and families in a variety of settings including therapeutic boarding, residential treatment, schools and private practice. Dr. Hans obtained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Prior to becoming a psychologist, he worked for 10 years in corporate finance and investment banking in New York and San Francisco.More
Jeffrey Wilson is a graduate of Rutgers University and the University of Medicine in New Jersey. He completed psychiatric residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he was also chief resident in emergency psychiatry. Following psychiatric residency, he completed a child fellowship at Stanford University, where he also served as chief resident and began research training. He then completed a post-doctoral addiction fellowship at Columbia University, where he became assistant professor of clinical psychiatry. Dr. Wilson is board certified in general, child and adolescent and addiction psychiatry, and has been practicing child and adolescent psychiatry since 1997. Dr. Wilson has been actively involved in child and adolescent psychiatry research, and he has published several scientific papers and reviews in this area. He has also been an active member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, achieving distinguished fellow status in 2011.More
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