Bryce Hill is a community-based rehabilitation specialist (CBRS) who works with children and teens in the community and school classroom. He is currently working toward his master's degree to become a counselor.
Master of Social Work (in progress)
Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Psychiatric Rehabilitation (in progress)
Crisis Intervention & Response
Bryce is a graduate student studying clinical social work and counseling at Idaho State University. He is currently completing a 2,000-hour clinical residency in psychiatric rehabilitation to become a Child & Family Resiliency Practitioner (CFRP). Bryce has experience working with children and adolescents in the clinic, community, and school classroom and is certified in non-violent crisis intervention by the Crisis Prevention Institute. Bryce completed his undergraduate education at Brigham Young University-Idaho, where he conducted psychology experiments on rat behavior and was a teaching assistant for a social science statistics class.