Vantage Point by Aspiro Welcomes New Therapist Brandon Andrus!
Aspiro’s Vantage Point program is the industry’s leader in Wilderness Adventure Therapy for Level 1 Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, along with other social, learning, and neurodevelopmental challenges.
The Aspiro Group enthusiastically welcomes Brandon Andrus to the Vantage Point clinical team.
Brandon will serve as a primary therapist and will be working alongside other Vantage Point team members such as Jamie Kaczmarek and Dr. Carl Smoot.
Brandon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Utah and has over 13 years of practice experience.
Brandon’s experience began in 2002 working with adjudicated teens in a residential treatment setting with an emphasis on outdoor recreation. Since that beginning he has found opportunities to work in programs that utilize an outdoor experiential approach offering teenagers new and healthy strategies to cope with the struggles they face.
Some of Brandon’s experience includes working as a therapist and program director at a therapeutic boarding school supporting youth struggling with anxiety, depression, and issues with attachment.
Brandon also worked as a transitional coach for families of teenagers returning home from wilderness or residential treatment. Most recently, Brandon’s work focused on helping adolescents struggling with executive functioning and social challenges including level 1 autism, nonverbal learning disorder, and ADHD.
Aspiro is excited to partner with Brandon to expand the exceptional care we provide to our students with Level 1 Autism in the Vantage Point program.
About Vantage Point by Aspiro
The Vantage Point program was founded in 2008 to specifically serve the needs of adolescents and young adults with challenges associated with learning, processing, and other neurodevelopmental challenges.
Vantage Point provides students with a comprehensive opportunity for functional assessment and treatment that utilizes Aspiro’s research-based model to exemplify healthy relationships, increase self-efficacy, and foster a sense of autonomy through skill enhancement.
When you have any questions or would like to learn more about Vantage Point, please feel free to contact our team at (801) 349-2740 or firstname.lastname@example.org.