Wilderness therapy program for troubled teens
For over 25 years, RedCliff Ascent's wilderness therapy program has helped thousands of teenagers ages 13 to 17 , young adults ages 18 to 30 , and their families find a new beginning. Through experiential therapy in the novel and challenging environment of wilderness, teens are able to prove to themselves what they are capable of and gain new insight about themselves and the issues they are facing. RedCliff helps put life in perspective while dealing with the issues and problems that currently govern their existence. Working with therapy teams and program administrators, Field Guides are responsible for ensuring student physical and emotional safety not necessarily comfort without interfering with the natural consequences provided by the wilderness.
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Transporting Troubled Teens into a Treatment Program
Do I send my troubled teen to a wilderness program? Nothing was working. Undiagnosed ADHD combined with anxiety and adolescent hormones had wreaked havoc in the psyche of our once happy son. Most mornings he simply refused to get out of bed. My husband would do everything he could think of to cajole him—from bribing him with a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich to threatening to take away video games for life—and then call me. Sometimes I was successful, more often I was not.
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Wilderness Therapy for Teens
Psychosocial Psychology What are the options when there are concerns about transporting a resistant teen to a program that could help them? Perhaps you've found a treatment program to provide the help your troubled teen desperately needs, but your teen refuses to go and threatens to run away if you try to force them. Or perhaps you have fears your teen may try to physically harm themselves or someone else if you transport them to the program, especially if it's far away.
We believe raising a teenage boy should be equal parts challenging and rewarding. At Elements, your son is more than a client, more than a number. He is the reason we do what we do. Join us at Elements and take the first step to lasting change.
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