Bryan Randolph, L.I.C.S.W., M.S.W., M.S.

Senior Therapist

A diversely-trained and experienced clinician, Bryan joined the Mountain Valley clinical team in July of 2013. Bryan is passionate about helping others overcome adversity and enjoys engaging clients in outdoor recreation/adventure settings to facilitate change and growth. As Senior Therapist at Mountain Valley, Bryan not only maintains a case load of residents and families, but also leads Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) training for the residential program staff, delivering a Mountain Valley developed curriculum for Residential Exposure Specialists.  Bryan’s educational background, training and prior work allow him to combine both of these passions and brings a unique skill set to Mountain Valley.

Bryan is particularly interested in the power of experiential and adventure activities as tools for connecting with those who have low insight into their problems or are reluctant to participate in traditional talk based therapy. Bryan’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Adventure Leadership from Ithaca College, and a Master’s of Social Work and a Master’s of Science in Outdoor Education from the University of New Hampshire.  Additionally, Bryan is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of New Hampshire. Prior to Mountain Valley, Bryan served on the counseling staff at a nearby alternative high school and was part of the clinical team for a community agency in the foster care system. Additionally, Bryan is experienced in residential care, wilderness programming and adventure therapy. Bryan has worked as part of the residential direct care team at a private therapeutic boarding school in Milton, NH and as an Experiential Recreation Specialist in Madison, WI in a program that utilized adventure and wilderness programming for at-risk youth. Bryan’s adventure leadership skills were honed as a Field Instructor with the wilderness expedition program Montana Yellowstone Expeditions. He is an active member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) and the International Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Foundation (IOCDF) and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences on subjects such as implementing exposure therapy in residential settings, Positive Youth Development, and experiential education topics.  Bryan has completed the IOCDF’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI).

Bryan currently lives in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire with his family, including one goofy golden retriever and one friendly rabbit. He and his wife enjoy spending time outdoors in any way they can including hiking, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and snowshoeing.

Areas of Specialty and Interest:

  • Selective Mutism
  • Breaking Through Treatment Resistance
  • Family Accommodation in Anxiety
  • Adventure Therapy for Anxiety Treatment
  • Autism Spectrum and Anxiety/OCD

Bryan can be reached at