Brigham Young University – Idaho
Currently enrolled at Northwest Nazarene University
Licensed Social Worker
Community-Based and Rehabilitative Services
John Aebischer has been working as a community based and rehabilitative service (CBRS) worker since July of 2013. He started as a PSR providing psychiatric rehabilitation services at Child and Family Resources in Rexburg and then moved to Children Supportive Services in Idaho Falls. After working for these agencies, he worked at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center-Behavioral Health Center working as a Psychiatric Technician and worked there from 2014 to 2015.
After that, he moved to the Boise area where he worked as a CBRS worker and case manager working for STARR Family Behavioral Health. From there he moved to the Ogden area and worked as an apartment manager of 2 low-income properties. After that, he moved back to Idaho Falls and worked as a habilitative interventionist providing ABA therapy to individuals diagnosed with developmental delays.
In this position, John worked with individuals under the age of 18 both in the school system and at their homes. After that, he became employed by Mental Wellness Centers, now High Country Behavioral Health. He received his bachelor’s degree in social work from Brigham Young University-Idaho and has completed the majority of his master’s degree in social work through Northwest Nazarene University. He has plans to finish his degree in the future.
When not at work John enjoys the activities that Idaho offers. These activities include rockhounding, shed hunting, hiking, fishing, motorcycle riding, and mountain biking. In 2017, he married his lovely, talented, and beautiful wife and they enjoy doing many of these activities together. He also has a daughter who was born in 2013, who is his pride and joy.