Getting to the Root of the Problem with Rites of Passage NW in Washington State

It’s likely a fair assumption that most people are aware of the potential for self-destructive behaviors caused by the poor choices made by a seemingly ever growing number of individuals throughout society; behaviors such as drug addiction, alcohol abuse and even over eating. Other afflictions that may lead to poor choices and in turn be cause for behavioral concerns may include depression, anxiety and low self-esteem just to name a couple. For those lucky enough to recognize they may have a problem or family and friends that care enough to point it out, finding the most effective method of treatment is of the utmost importance. The treatment method rites of passage NW in Washington State is second to none in getting to the root of the problem.

Rites of Passage NW in Washington State

A safe, stable, supportive environment empowers individuals to reflect and take responsibility for the choices they have made and the actions of those choices. Using a rites of passage approach, these same individuals or students are also empowered to overcome challenges using skills and abilities they may not even be aware they possess. They will learn new methods of dealing with the many obstacles faced in daily life.

A unique, multi leveled therapeutic approach combining traditional counseling with natural health and wellness, a rites of passage treatment approach will keep students continuously and methodically moving forward toward recovery. Through intense but nurturing sessions, certified counselors and therapists will assist students to recognize any underlying issues getting to the root of the problem, treating the whole person, not just symptoms. 

Whether seeking an initial treatment, an extended care or long term treatment program, the treatment method rites of passage NW in Washington State can help those suffering from a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns. For more information contact us today at Rites of Passage NW Wilderness Therapy, (800)794-0980.