Wilderness therapy programs for troubled teens
Wilderness therapy programs for troubled teens provide an unique treatment approach, using the "wilderness" as the backdrop to therapeutic intervention. Through the challenges of living in the wilderness these programs are able to help struggling teenagers in a way that no other intervention program can. For more information about wilderness therapy programs please contact our Educational Consultants.
The premise of a wilderness therapy experience is that natural "wilderness" environment provides an experience that lasts forever. There is something powerfully therapeutic about getting away from all the distractions and being in the wilderness. No cell phones, no friends (girls or boys), no negative peer pressure. The outcome is amazing. Teens that have been resistent to all forms of therapy do very well in the wilderness environment. Their resistance level drops dramatically.
The top wilderness programs create incredible life-changing experiences for struggling teenagers. These therapy programs help troubled teens make better choices in every area of their life. We represent only the most recognized wilderness therapy programs. Essentially, wilderness therapy programs bring about real heart change by teaching powerful life skills in a wilderness environment.
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