Will White

Author; podcast host; teaching lecturer, Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire; co-founder, Summit Achievement.

Author of “Stories from the Field: A History of Wilderness Therapy”, and host of the weekly podcast, Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy. He is a teaching lecturer at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire, and co-founder of Summit Achievement.

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