Chris Murdock

Chris Murdock has been working with adolescents and young adults in various therapeutic capacities since 2001. He is currently earning his Master in Counseling Psychology with an Adventure Based concentration from Prescott College and received his Bachelor of Science in Communications with an Organizational Communications emphasis from Dixie State University.  Chris worked as a wilderness instructor for 7+ years and became known as the “go-to-guy” for managing the most difficult and complex cases. He has a remarkable knack for reading youth and then intervening in a caring, yet assertive way. His work in the field is well-remembered by the hundreds of youth with whom he spent time. During this time, he appeared in the London 20/20’s production of the original “Brat Camp” series and his work in the field with youth is displayed in this television series. Chris worked as the Director of Staff Services and Intake Coordinator for a premier wilderness program and is as skilled and knowledgeable in the area of wilderness treatment as anyone in the industry. In addition to his work in the wilderness arena, he has worked as a Lead Transport Agent for 7+ years. In this capacity, with his cool, calm sense of control, he has interfaced with hundreds of teens and their parents during high intense transport situations. His deep and authentic interest in crisis intervention and positive therapeutic environments stem from his own personal experiences in treatment as a youth.  These experiences combined with his education and professional expertise sets him apart for working as a therapist with adolescents and young adults. He has also worked as a youth mentor for a Residential Treatment Center. Chris provides valuable field experience to the clinical team and is a welcome new addition bringing energy and youth to the program.

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Chris Murdock 

Chris Murdock, BS

Chris Murdock, BS

Chris Murdock has been working with adolescents and young adults in various therapeutic capacities since 2001. He is currently earning his Master in Counseling Psychology with an Adventure Based concentration from Prescott College and received his Bachelor of Science in Communications with an Organizational Communications emphasis from Dixie State University.  Chris worked as a wilderness instructor for 7+ years and became known as the “go-to-guy” for managing the most difficult and complex cases. He has a remarkable knack for reading youth and then intervening in a caring, yet assertive way. His work in the field is well-remembered by the hundreds of youth with whom he spent time. During this time, he appeared in the London 20/20’s production of the original “Brat Camp” series and his work in the field with youth is displayed in this television series. Chris worked as the Director of Staff Services and Intake Coordinator for a premier wilderness program and is as skilled and knowledgeable in the area of wilderness treatment as anyone in the industry. In addition to his work in the wilderness arena, he has worked as a Lead Transport Agent for 7+ years. In this capacity, with his cool, calm sense of control, he has interfaced with hundreds of teens and their parents during high intense transport situations. His deep and authentic interest in crisis intervention and positive therapeutic environments stem from his own personal experiences in treatment as a youth.  These experiences combined with his education and professional expertise sets him apart for working as a therapist with adolescents and young adults. He has also worked as a youth mentor for a Residential Treatment Center. Chris provides valuable field experience to the clinical team and is a welcome new addition bringing energy and youth to the program.


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