What kind of therapy will my child participate in?

Wilderness therapy allows students to develop emotional self-management skills through experiential learning. Day-to-day activities such as food preparation, water collection, hiking excursion planning, for example, provide opportunities to engage in and analyze social interaction situations. In addition to a weekly therapy session with their primary therapist, therapists and field guides work together to determine individualized goal-setting and appropriate activities for each student that are aligned with each student’s unique needs.