It’s naive to think there isn’t the limited chance of corona virus or other infectious disease appearing in the great outdoors — however, one predicts it’s far below in possibility of infecting large groups of people since there are no large groups of people. At least not in wilderness treatment programs. It’s the same smallContinue reading Companionship is important against any community based health issue!
A potential big heartache for any family choosing to use a welcoming treatment program is disappointing outcomes. That said does it need to be, or are disappointing outcomes avoidable? ANSWER : Mistakes are avoidable. The #1 reason for failure happens when parents ‘go it alone’ and take the word of the facility, don’t ask the rightContinue reading Treatment programs and avoiding disappointing outcomes…
Here’s the opportunity for your daughter or son to “shine” in both the sunlight and the moonlight — to experience themselves, to reflect on their goals, to work on their conflicts and dissapointments with trained staff and peer just like them. We provide the exact fit for your teen or young adult to find thatContinue reading Wilderness Therapy Provides Youth A Safe Setting to Reflect & Mature
I, along with many others that includes Ian Young sharing cake (see photo below) from Phuket Thailand (PARc) are at Lee Fitzgerald’s recovery conference in London promoting our international ventures and universal values. Addiction is a global phenomenon, and one that impairs the condition and lifestyles of so many individuals. There are no easy answersContinue reading London Calling!
Education today is far more of a complex issue than previously considered within the realm of custody evaluations. Families move away to other states, other nations, and then back again with children not only requiring specialized supports, but consistent and challenging education to transition seamlessly across geographic landscapes Education analysis of best interest of theContinue reading Child Custody and Education — have you identified the “best interest of the child” ?