Dr. Scott Bandoroff
is a psychologist with over 35 years of experience working with challenging
adolescents and their families in wilderness and outpatient settings.
In addition to his clinical work, he has served as an internship director,
clinical supervisor, consultant and trainer.
Dr. Bandoroff developed
a wilderness family therapy program in 1990 and has become recognized
as an authority on adventure family therapy through his publications
and presentations in the U.S. and abroad. He spent many years working
in juvenile justice and developed and directed a wilderness program
for severely delinquent youth.
Dr. Bandoroff currently provides consultation and training to schools,
mental health agencies, juvenile justice departments, residential treatment
centers, and wilderness therapy programs. He has served as an adjunct professor
at Oregon State University and Naropa University and as an adjunct faculty mentor at Prescott
Dr. Bandoroff has long been an advocate of training to raise the standards in the adventure therapy field and gain recognition from the broader mental health community. To this end, he developed the Clinical First Responder Training™ to provide clinical skills for frontline staff. For more information, visit: peakexperiencetraining.com
Scott is a long time member of the Association for Experiential Education. In 2005, he was honored with their Servant Leader Award.