Based in Delta, Utah, White River Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for boys ages 12 through 17. The facility provides substance abuse and behavioral health treatment, along with a unique, sound and accredited educational experience. Emphasis is placed on responsibility and healthy lifestyle choices, and gives troubled boys the opportunity to become self-aware, find direction, learn how to resolve emotional pain and be of service to others. Through personal growth and hands-on experience — including adventure-based outdoor activities — students are challenged to move away from harmful behaviors and become men of integrity and character.
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Justin Nielson was one of the founders when White River Academy was established in July 2002 and currently serves as a member of the board of directors. As school administrator, he is committed and responsible for fostering the tone of the Academy by making insightful decisions which impact parents, staff members, and students in positive ways. Justin Nielson was instrumental in developing the Academy’s standards, goals, policies and procedures as found in the Academy’s Mission Statement. He greatly enjoys working with people and has been very supportive of all the staff members, including counselors, shift managers, staff members and teachers.More
Sanderson is a clinical psychologist with an e-therapy and private practice at the Therapy Associates Group of St. George, Utah. He’s also a skilled forensic and neuro-psychologist with a particular passion for psychological assessment and evaluations as they pertain to assisting in intervention and treatment. Sanderson has provided counseling, treatment and therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for more than 25 years. He is known for his developmental, experiential approach to treatment and his unconventional therapeutic sessions; successful interventions and disruptions. Sanderson has extensive experience in treating attention deficit disorder; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; bipolar disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and personality disorders. In addition, Sanderson has treated substance abuse and addiction, process addictions, drug and alcohol addiction; eating disorders and sexual disorders. Sanderson has worked with split & blended families; adoption and international adoptions as well as treating reactive attachment disorder.More
Austin Day holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah University in biology, and a master’s degree in education and education administration. He is also a certified equine-assisted psychotherapist. Austin Day’s life revolves around teaching and a deep love of horses. He has spent his entire life riding, participating in rodeos and showing horses. With more than 40 years of experience, Austin Day’s married his love of horses with teaching and educating youth, by creating experiences that will last a lifetime. He agrees with the heartfelt adage, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”More