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Pure Life Adventure is kicking off its second year of adolescent programming and the team is encouraged by the impact that Costa Rican-based adventure therapy has had on post-Covid mental health challenges for its 15-17-year-old students. Access the release here.
Pure Life Adventure has been able to maintain quality programming due to the fact that it has been unaffected by “the great resignation” that is impacting employers across the country. Pure Life’s small size and its unique Costa Rican location have allowed the team to remain cohesive and devoted to student progress. Access the release here.
In the last year, Pure Life has expanded our family support programs for our students and their families. Incorporating parents into the program has always been a foundational element of the outdoor adventure therapy curriculum at Pure Life, and new parent sessions are enhancing the therapeutic experience for both the student in Costa Rica and their families back at home. Access the release here.
EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a growing trend in treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma that is now being offered as part of the treatment program at Pure Life Adventure. EMDR was recently recommended by the World Health Organization as a therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with PTSD because the technique “helps people reduce vivid, unwanted, repeated recollections of traumatic events.” Access the release here.
With the opening of Pure Life Adventure’s new adolescent programming in 2022, they are pleased to announce the addition of a new therapist to their team. Brook Jackson has spent the last 17 years supporting young people in various settings and Brook will be joining Pure Life Adventure as a program therapist for all gender adolescents ages 15-17 years old. Access the release here.
Pure Life Adventure is pleased to announce the opening of its adolescent programming in 2022. In the spring of 2022, Pure Life will be admitting all gender adolescents ages 15-17 years old. Pure Life’s current adventure therapy model is fitting for all those who are seeking a unique therapy experience for life-long changes. While young adults have been the focus of Pure Life since the onset, they have always seen a great need for therapy of all ages. Access the release here.
Pure Life Adventure is thrilled to share its reopening in early 2021 started off with excitement and success. Due to the high demand for young adult support, Pure Life has stayed very busy since the reopening in March. Like many businesses during the onset of the coronavirus, Pure Life Adventure found itself needing to pause services due to health and travel restrictions. As the global pandemic continued to emerge, the team at Pure Life Adventure was disheartened to learn their mental health adventure therapy services would be canceled for an extended period of time and when people needed it the most. Access the release here.