There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to encourage your children and young adults to be engaged when they have no motivation. Perhaps you’ve tried everything you can think of and then some. If you’re at your wit’s end, know that you’re in the right place to get some answers! Here at Rites of Passage, we can help you with our wilderness therapy for underperforming children & young adults (lack of effort or motivation). Discover what so many families in the Northwest have experienced already.
Reasons For Lack of Motivation
Many factors can weigh in on the lack of motivation or effort in teens, pre-teens, and young adults. Some may be hidden health concerns that haven’t been addressed, such as problems seeing well. Others can be that it is just an urge to resist doing things others have told them. No matter the case, the compassionate and caring staff here are ready to help.
Wilderness Therapy: What Is It?
Many people have an idea in mind that this is a boot camp of sorts. However, that’s not how it is run. This is not a military-style boot camp with drill sergeants. This experience helps teach skills to the participants in a variety of life areas.
We start with an orientation and move into the other phases of the program. The participant will learn items such as communication skills with others, cooking, problem-solving, and interacting with others. Through guided peer evaluations and family therapy, we can address the motivation factors to find what works best for your loved one.
If you’re interested in learning more about our wilderness therapy for underperforming children & young adults (lack of effort or motivation), be sure to call us today at (800) 794-0980.