Losing someone you love can take a toll on you as an adult. It can especially wreak havoc on a young pre-teen or teenager as well. Sometimes losing someone can cause young people to make bad decisions as they aren’t sure how to handle their grief and pain. One way to help young adults is with wilderness therapy for loss or death of a loved one. Rites of Passage provides a way for your pre-teen, teen, or young adult to get the help they need to heal from this tragic circumstance.
Learn more about the program that has helped so many over the years below, or give us a call today to set up your consultation:
Teens and young adults can feel like they are alone in the grieving process when facing loss. They need to know that they aren’t. Wilderness therapy has them in a group of like-minded individuals that are going through similar circumstances. However, each situation is unique, and our caring staff members treat it as such.
It is often easier to hide away while using distractions at home to avoid dealing with the strong emotions and feelings that come up with the loss. Here at Rites of Passage, those distractions and everyday stressors are nowhere to be found. There are no televisions, computers, phones, or any electronic devices allowed during the therapy. This helps your loved one face the issues at hand and learn coping mechanisms to handle them healthily.
Our wilderness therapy for loss or death of a loved one is here to help young adults and teens of all ages discover a healthier way to move forward. Call the office at (800) 794-0980 to speak with a compassionate care member today.