Cade first started working with families in 2011. Since then, he has worked with families in foster care, wilderness therapy, and residential treatment. He has a bachelor’s degree in Family Studies, a master’s degree in Instructional Psychology and Technology, and a second master’s degree in Social Work.
Cade’s passion to help families is driven by his deep and genuine sense of hope. If you start to believe that things will never get better, Cade will be there to reignite your hope that you and your family can find healing and peace.
Cade would always rather be outside than inside. In his free time, he loves to be with family, rock climb, mountain bike, play tennis, and dance. He also enjoys volunteering his time with NGOs in Ghana that help children who have been victims of human trafficking.
Cade Dopp grew up in Utah but has also lived in Canada, Ghana, Maine, Wisconsin, Arizona, and California.