Andy Bennett has extensive experience with helping individuals and healthcare organizations achieve their goals. Prior to starting Recovery Consultants, Andy was a family communications liaison at a nationally recognized long-term treatment facility for young adults. He was also responsible for working with all of the educational consultants and referring professionals who played a part in helping clients enter treatment where Andy was located.
Andy’s real passion is program development with healthcare organizations. Throughout his career, Andy has gained a reputation for showing the knowledge and understanding associated with the licensing and accreditation of behavioral health facilities. Whether it’s the development of policies and procedures, the implementation of a quality management and performance improvement program, or assessing an agency’s physical plant and environment of care, Andy has consistently demonstrated the highest level of competence with countless organizations. Andy believes that the development and evolution of strong programs to treat addiction can make a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals and families battling with addiction.
When he is not working, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife and son, watching sports, and spending time with close friends.
Dr. Andrew Orf completed both his Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) and Masters of Clinical Psychology at the American Psychological Association (APA) accredited Arizona School of Professional Psychology. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University. In addition to working with Recovery Consultants, Dr. Orf is a psychologist resident on a civil commitment unit at the Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon where he works with individuals affected by persistent and serious mental illness.
Dr. Orf has worked in wide range of settings with adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds. He began his work in the mental health field over a decade ago at an outpatient substance use disorder clinic, working with adults and adolescents involved in the legal system. After obtaining his master’s degree, he worked as a primary therapist in two inpatient substance use disorder treatment centers, with a focus on evidence-based interventions, developing crisis intervention strategies, and creating a trauma-specific curriculum. His formal predoctoral training included providing psychotherapy at an outpatient mental health clinic, psychological and academic evaluations in a private practice, and court-mandated sex offender evaluation and treatment at a private practice. He completed his predoctoral internship at the APA accredited Oregon State Hospital Psychology Internship Program, with a focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy, substance use disorder treatment, violence risk assessment, and geropsychology.