Young-adults, Emerging, Transitioning, and Integrating
Assure the promise of wilderness! Optimize success! Relieve chaos!
Despite the robust efforts of clinicians in wilderness therapy, transition planning and follow through continues to be a challenge. At Y.E.T.I., we offer emerging adults in wilderness therapy a supported transition that integrates new skills and self-concepts into life beyond the woods.
Who Does Y.E.T.I. Serve?
Y.E.T.I. serves all 18-25-year-old young adults that
may struggle leaving the structure and support of wilderness therapy and cannot immediately transition to transitional programming, schools, or other aftercare plans successfully.
Our clinical care continues to treat the following and more:
- Complex Developmental Trauma
- Substance Abuse
- Grief and Loss
- Family Relationships
At Y.E.T.I., we summarize our relationally-based treatment model as CASA, which stands for Commitment, Acceptance, Security, Attunement. The goal of the model is Joy, experienced through co-regulation. Joy comes from experiencing acceptance, security, and attunement in a committed home (CASA).
What Happens in Y.E.T.I.?
- Individual and group therapy.
- Mix of community living and adventure trips.
- Access to rock climbing, surfing, whitewater rafting, fly fishing, and skiing.
- Practice real-world skills and put regulations skills to the test.
- Connect and align with future programs and communities.
- Family services.
- We keep talking about wilderness!
Where is Y.E.T.I.?
The Y.E.T.I. transitional living space is in the beautiful and adventurous town of Bend, Oregon. When on the road, groups can explore most of the state and the seven wonders of Oregon. This includes going as far as the scenic Crater Lake near the southern border and traveling to the northwest part of the state for surfing on the coast.
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