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Adventure activities help students develop self-efficacy, grit, purpose, and drive. In addition, our program offers individual and group therapy to heal the root of mental health struggles such as depression and anxiety.
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How Outdoor Adventure Therapy Can Combat The Effects of Screen Time

Screen time—and the rate at which it has permeated childhood—has been a hotly debated topic during the last decade, but it is here to stay. If you’re wondering how to wrestle your child back from a digital world that is all-consuming, we offer a practical solution to limiting screen time through adventure therapy grounded in nature and human-centered relationships.

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Research shows that this concerning trend can do both long-term and short-term damage to a developing teenager’s brain and mental health.
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Why The Rise Of Cannabis Use In Teens?

If you are concerned about the rise of cannabis use among teenagers, you’re in good company. Research shows that this concerning trend can do both long-term and short-term damage to a developing teenager’s brain and mental health.

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Recent trends and data show that kids failing college are more at risk for living in poverty and unemployment than their college-educated peers. While there are many reasons for these failure and dropout rates, many find balancing school, work, and family issues in a higher educational setting difficult.
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These 5 Stats About Kids Failing College Will Surprise You

Recent trends and data show that kids failing college are more at risk for living in poverty and unemployment than their college-educated peers. While there are many reasons for these failure and dropout rates, many find balancing school, work, and family issues in a higher educational setting difficult.

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Realizing that you may be enabling the behaviors you want your young adult to stop doing because you believed you were helping can be incredibly overwhelming
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How Do Parents Balance Enabling Versus Empowering Kids

It can be hard to tell if you’re enabling vs. empowering your young adult child. While both require your effort, enabling supports the ongoing problem, and empowering offers solutions and stops the problem from happening. Knowing the path to empowerment and independence is hard, so we’ve compiled our best tips for empowering your young adult or teen.

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Developing autonomy in teens is no small task, so feeling worried about your child developing independence is normal.
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5 Ways to Help Your Teen Develop Autonomy

We all know the importance of autonomy and independence, but how do we teach these skills to our young adults and teens? It’s no small task, and while it can feel daunting, we have a few ideas to help you on your journey. If you’re still feeling overwhelmed, you might consider a therapeutic gap year for your young adult to help them find their independent footing as they enter adulthood.

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