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Zion Educational Systems

Adventure Therapy Programs for Troubled Teens


Adventure therapy experiential therapy through real life experiences in natural environments (the great outdoors) is a type of therapy for troubled teens to overcome behavioral and emotional dysfunctions. Adventure therapy is also referred to as "wilderness therapy" or "outdoor therapy". Adventure therapy is a form of treatment for troubled teens that has become popular over the last 20 years.  Its popular because it works. To find out more about how adventure therapy can help troubled teens, please contact us at 866-471-8579.

The theory behind adventure therapy is the fact that adventure influences a variety of emotional and behavioral elements that can't be overcome in a traditional therapy setting (a therapists office). Wilderness adventure therapeutic programs are some of the nation’s most innovative and clinically sound troubled teens and young adult treatment programs available.

Experiential and adventure therapy techniques use safe action oriented approaches to help troubled teens and young adults in ways that are specific and individualized to them. Give us a call today at 866-471-8579.

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