Wilderness Therapy Helps Vermont Families Heal
BlueFire Wilderness Therapy program combines a family focused therapeutic model with engaging outdoor adventures to allow troubled teens to realize their full potential. Initially teens may struggle with the removal of the unhealthy and continuous stimulus found in excessive video gaming, and use of social media, but through wilderness therapy they will find a new, supportive peer group who share their struggles with emotional and behavioral problems and learn to reconnect with their environment.
During their time at BlueFire clients will acquire back-to-basic skills like orienteering and fire building. These new skills not only breed increased self-confidence but also teach important lessons about the unnatural state of alienation teens may be experiencing; no one exists successfully in isolation. Connecting with and utilizing the stunning environments of Southern Idaho will inherently lead towards the rejoining and repairing the family unit itself. The focus on the connectedness of the entire family unit is great at BlueFire to ensure the continuation of positive progress for clients once they have left the wilderness therapy program
At BlueFire highly trained staff work with small groups of troubled teens to ensure a tailor-made approach to their personal needs and safety of the clients while they undertake exciting new adventures like canoeing, horse riding and rock climbing.
Wilderness Therapy Vermont Teens Find Success With
At BlueFire Wilderness Therapy, Vermont teens receive a tailor made treatment plan based on their specific needs. No two troubled teens are identical, nor are the environments they have come to a wilderness therapy program from. This is why at BlueFire the client is in charge of what they want to get out of their time with us. Arbitrary and excessive restriction at other programs may lead to teens merely mimicking what they believe is desired of them rather than real long term change that is restorative to the family unit.
Vermont teens struggling with a variety of disorders and mental health problems can find real value in wilderness therapy. Learning back-to-basics skills without the distractions of modern technology, and being surrounded by the beauty of Southern Idaho can increase the confidence of troubled teens as they face new challenges and realize what they are truly capable of.
Find out more about BlueFire Wilderness Therapy and what it can offer your family by calling 1(844) 413-1399 today!
Who Does BlueFire Wilderness Therapy Help?
BlueFire Wilderness helps teens and families looking for wilderness therapy solutions who are struggling with challenges like those below:
– Bipolar Disorder
– Family Conflict
– Academic Failure
– Low Self Esteem
– Attachment Issues
– Video Game Addiction
– School Refusal
– Social isolation
– Anger Issues
Aacap.org: The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is entirely focused on promoting the mental well being of young people. They have a useful section on finding physicians near to you and many Facts for Families guides; these are viewable by specific topics relating to the needs of your child and family.
Nimh.nih.gov The National Institute of Mental Health is a federal research agency that provides comprehensive information and resources on mental illness in children and adolescents. Additionally, it provides a variety of local information for those struggling with mental health challenges, along with their families. NIMH conducts research and raises awareness for a variety of mental health struggles.
BlueFire Wilderness Therapy helps Vermont families from:
Some examples of cities from Vermont which may have families who may be interested in BlueFire Wilderness include: Charlotte Town of Stowe Dorset Fayston Waitsfield
BlueFire Wilderness Therapy Helps Families From Vermont
BlueFire Wilderness helps Vermont families from cities and towns like: Charlotte Town of Stowe Dorset Fayston Waitsfield Williston Underhill Essex Town of Jericho Westford
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