Leading Mind and Body Practices

Nationally recognized outdoor behavioral healthcare

New Vision Wilderness (NVW) is an Intermediate Level of Care Program for those who require an immediate intervention and intensive treatment. Our programs specialize in treating issues of adoption, trauma, anxiety and addiction. We serve preteens, teens and young adults in two locations: the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin and the majestic Mountains of Oregon, right outside of Bend.

Clinically intensive, mind and body oriented therapies

Trauma Sensitive Yoga at New Vision Wilderness
New Vision Wilderness' Mastery Model
Welness / Art Therapy at New Vision Wilderness

Highly Specialized Wilderness Programming

Our Three Treatment Target Zones

Neurological Release and Somatic Stabilization

NVW focuses on stabilizing through the nervous system and body, not through words.
  • Brainspotting Psychotherapy
  • Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga
  • Strategic Exercise Model
“All Trauma is Non-Verbal” Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk Body Keeps the Score

Self-Regulation Training and Emotional Literacy

The key aspect of traumatized and broken attachment is the experience of powerlessness. At NVW we empower clients to manage their inner world to change their outer world.
  • Heartmath Stress Reduction Protocols
  • Art Expressive Therapy and Mastery
  • Growth-Zone Mastery System
“We see the World through how we feel” Institute of HeartMath

Attachment and Relational Immersion

At NVW we strategically heal relationship in a thorough way. We heal and test it on a regular basis through transferable attachment work with canines and safe adult authority figures. Learn more…
  • Canine Assisted Therapy
  • Attunement Focused Mastery Staff Model
  • Relational Pinnacle Experience (Canoeing, Rock Climbing, Dog Sledding)
"Relationship is a matter of survival necessity” Amir Levine and Rachel Heller Attached

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"I feel like I've gotten a second chance at life" New Vision Young Adult Graduate

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Preteens (11-14)
Teens (14-17)
Preteens (18-25)