Wilderness Therapy Immersion

New Vision Wilderness provides an intensive, individualized, and thorough healing process. Our nationally recognized, individually tailored wilderness challenge programs lead the way in relational model wilderness therapy. This program is designed for struggling youth needing immediate and longer-term treatment, and combines a challenging wilderness experience with an intensive clinical immersion. New Vision’s intervention services are designed to be a catalyst for positive change by fostering an encouraging atmosphere with an emphasis on safety, family involvement, and mastery. New Vision Wilderness offers individualized treatment plans and optional psychological evaluations, as well as addressing family dynamics and academic needs.

Families should expect an average length of stay of 12 weeks, although exact length of enrollment will be based on individual students’ treatment goals and progress.

Our Wilderness Therapy Includes:

  • Access to Lead Therapist at least 2 days per week
  • Automatic enrollment in the New Vision Wilderness Academy
  • Clearly defined and categorized diagnosis
  • Customized and individualized adventure education experiences
  • Therapeutic activities with an intricate and intensive examination, assessment, and interventions that focus on the individual and family dynamics
  • Group and individual therapy with at least two 1 on 1 therapy sessions per week with the opportunity for more
  • Thorough intake assessment
  • Continuing care plan recommendations

Additional options:

  • Psychological evaluation available

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