Sabina Badola, B.A.
Sabina’s belief that the outdoors is inherently therapeutic and the desire for growth brought her to New Vision Wilderness, where she enjoys supporting, challenging, and learning from students throughout the life-changing experience that is wilderness therapy. After receiving her degree from University, Sabina worked for 2 years at an outdoors-based residential program for adolescents and young adults in Hawaii, where she gardened alongside students on an organic farm, led kayak and paddleboard outings on the ocean and taught life skills such as nonviolent communication, cooking, meditation, and yoga as a RYT-200 certified instructor. Sabina also volunteers as a Crisis Counselor for Crisis Text Line, where she is trained to de-escalate and make safety plans with texters in crisis from across the nation. Sabina plans to graduate with her Master’s in Social Work in 2024. In her free time, Sabina likes to do yoga, cook, read, write, and enjoy time at the lake or ocean.