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Wilderness Therapy Programs in Seattle

Wilderness Therapy Programs in Seattle

When hardship falls upon a family the reaction is often shock and despair. This is due to the fact the trouble is often not seen coming. A sudden loss of a loved one or the termination of employment for example. Even if it is only a feeling, we can see problems brewing in a family member. Changes in behavior and attitude or uncharacteristic bouts of emotional turmoil. If these concerns persist, seeking help for these family members is extremely important. Especially if there are negative influences they should distance themselves from. At Rites of Passage NW, our wilderness therapy programs in Seattle may be the answer you are looking for.

Wilderness Therapy Programs in Seattle

Suffering from the addiction of substance use or abuse, emotional and/or behavioral concerns such as depression, anxiety low self-esteem, over eating or obesity, just to name a few, can certainly take it’s toll on an individual. At Rites of Passage NW, our programs will assist you to begin your journey to a clean and healthy lifestyle.

Combining our rites of passage model with our unique empowerment approach to our wilderness trek and adventures meets our philosophy that every task lesson and effort put into our programs has therapeutic benefit.

Upon arrival at our programs, our students work closely with their therapist, clinicians and counselors to develop a strategy to reach the individuals goals for treatment. This in itself gives the student a vested interest in their achievements.

From taking responsibility for their own actions, learning new skills and drawing on abilities they have within themselves, our students learn to stand on their own two feet and face the obstacles of everyday life in a productive manner.

If you would like more information regarding our various Rites of Passage NW wilderness therapy programs in Seattle, give us a call today at (800)794-0980. We can help decide which program best suits the circumstances of you or your loved one.

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