Aspiro is one of the many wilderness programs with which we work to help students. We also work with young adults and children in this setting.
WHY WILDERNESS-ASPIRO ADVENTURE THERAPY
JOURNEY EXPLORES WILDERNESS THERAPY
Journey is one of the wilderness programs we work with families. Located in southern Utah. The program includes journal writing 1to1 contact by a therapists in the field and goal attainment on the journey.
PACIFIC QUEST: AN OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE
Pacific Quest is another one of our clinically supervised wilderness programs located in Hawaii. . Dr John Souza describes in this video how he works with students with emotional growth challenges using Horticultural Therapy.
Pure Life is an adventure therapy and therapeutic GAPyear program. The program allows students to achieve college credit and develop emotionally in a supportive and nurturing cultural environment. The program is located in Costa Rica and removed from the convenience of home life with the supportive and cultural diversity of the culture. Students are referred to the program and can range from ages 15 to as high as 21 years of age. Some students are from adopted families. They have connected families but need direction and support. it's a very small program. No more than 10 students with a clinical staff addressing depression, anxiety, and support are needed for these children at varied ages. The clinical staff has virtual 1-on-1 conferences and instructional classes in everything from water safety, canoeing, outdoor adventure, repealing, and rafting.
TRAILS CAROLINA SUCCESS STORY: TAYLOR
Trials of Carolina is a wilderness program located in the hills of North Carolina. This video explores the value of having adolescent girl in the program who has challenges with behavior, substance abuse, and self-harm.
TRAILS CAROLINA SUCCESS STORY: PATRICK
Trails of the Carolina is also for boys. This video explains the value of sending an adolescent to a program and how the program is beneficial to adolescent boys. who deal with emotional regulation and anger.