Hello, my name is Noah Fischer, and I am a Case Manager/Mental Health Support Worker with the Steps to Success (STS) program. I attended UW-La Crosse and received my undergraduate degree in therapeutic recreation. Here, I learned the important role that recreation as well as experiential learning can play in one’s life. During my time at UW-La Crosse, I also discovered my passion for the mental health field and serving those around me.
I have been working with youth for most of my life in many different settings, such as summer camps, after school programs, as well as clinical settings. Previously working as an experiential therapist, I was able to combine my education with my passion for supporting others and coming alongside them to pursue a meaningful and fulfilling life. In this role, I utilized recreation and experiential activities to aid my clients in building mastery over therapeutic skills and applying them to real world situations.
I now get to continue in the mental health field in a new capacity and work with the youth within the STS program to realize and build upon their strengths, build mastery over skills, and work towards their goals.
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