Christopher Hinds is the Clinical Director of SUWS of the Carolinas. He joins SUWS with 30 years’ of leadership and development of child and adolescent treatment programs. Chris received his BSW at the Rochester Institute of Technology with additional study at the University of Oslo (Norway), an MSW from the Boston University School of Social Work in 1985, and advanced clinical and family therapy training at the Yale University School of Medicine’s Yale Psychiatric Institute from 1989-1992. Chris has been Director at three mental health/substance abuse treatment programs and also has a vast amount of clinical experience, having worked with adolescents and pre-adolescents as a psychiatric social worker, group therapist, family therapist and consultant in inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization, residential, private practice and high school settings.More
Throughout my professional and academic career I have been a student of adolescent development and wilderness programming. I have maintained leadership positions within the industry and the Aspen Education Group including membership on the Outdoor Best Practices and Academic Best Practices committees, and Chairman of the Ethics committee for the Outdoor Behavioral Health Industry Council. I continue to look forward to the future of Phoenix Outdoor and positively impacting our students’ and families’ lives.More
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