Adventure Therapy for Young Adults From Connecticut

Adventure-Based Wilderness Therapy for Connecticut Young Adults

Trails Momentum Adventure Based Wilderness Therapy provides young adults from Connecticut with the therapeutic help they need to work through emotional and behavioral struggles. Adventure-based wilderness therapy for young adults from Connecticut allows for personal and emotional growth. Trails Momentum is not located in Connecticut, however, it may be helpful for your teen to have some physical distance from home. By removing Connecticut young adults from their usual surroundings, adventure based therapy allows for Connecticut young adults to look inward and gain personal skills such as teamwork, responsibility, and accountability. Adventure Therapy Connecticut

Many adventure-based wilderness therapy programs for young adults from Connecticut offer programming that combines outdoor and adventure therapy with traditional therapeutic practices like individual and group therapy.  If parents are considering other therapeutic options like residential treatment centers, there is a wide range of evidence that supports adventure-based wilderness therapy as a great alternative to basic residential treatment.

Adventure-based wilderness therapy programming has given many Connecticut families the opportunity to repair their damaged relationship with their child. Trails Momentum offers family-focused programming that includes weekly family therapy sessions, as well as family workshops.

Young adults from Connecticut struggling with behavioral and emotional issues such as depression, anxiety, academic underachievement, substance experimentation, technology addiction and general failure to launch tendencies.  Find growth and the therapeutic help they need at Trails Momentum.

Trails Momentum adventure-based wilderness therapy helps young adults from Connecticut discover and succeed. To speak with an expert about our program, please call  (877) 296-8711 today!

Life Changing Adventure Therapy for Connecticut young adults at Trails Momentum

Trails Momentum wilderness therapy offers top notch therapeutic programming for Connecticut young adults struggling with emotional and behavioral issues like substance experimentation, academic underachievement, and technology addiction. Unlike other wilderness therapy programs for young adults from Connecticut, Trails Momentum provides young adults with the transitional skills they will need to become productive, successful individuals after they leave Trails Momentum. Adventure Therapy Connecticut

Trails Momentum encourages young adults to evaluate and reflect on past decisions and actions. By providing a safe, nurturing environment for Connecticut young adults to work with expert therapists on developing coping tools designed to work through their struggles, Trails Momentum has helped hundreds of young adults lead successful, happy lives long after they attend the program.

During adventure-based therapy, young adults learn how to work well with their peers and develop a sense of accountability and respect for those around them. These skills allow for an effective transition after a Connecticut young adult leaves wilderness therapy. Wilderness therapy, such as the program offered at Trails Momentum, can completely change your young adult€™s view of the world. Through a combination of family therapy, individual therapy, experiential therapy, and group therapy, Trails Momentum offers a top notch wilderness therapy program that can help your young adult find success.

Who does Trails Momentum help?

Trails Momentum helps young adults who struggle with challenges such as the issues below:
– Poor self esteem
– Failing to launch
– Depressed
– Social media addicted
– Anxious
– Lack accountability
– Disengaged from family and friends
– Low motivation
– Without goals
– Lack educational foundation
– Drug and alcohol experimentation
– Lacking trust in yourself or others
– Fear of failure
– Low self confidence
– Technology addicted
– Poor family relationships

Resources

Psychology Today- Psychology Today has articles created for the purpose of informing and educating people affected by mental health issues, including parents of struggling young adults. Their articles are written by leading psychologists and experts in the mental health field seeking to educate the public on current mental health topics.
Journal of Adolescent and Family Health: This journal contains a variety of studies related to wilderness therapy and other inpatient therapeutic programs. One study found that wilderness therapy greatly reduces an adolescent€™s chances to return to destructive behaviors in their life. This is great news for any parent hoping to help their child find success.

Trails Carolina Wilderness Therapy Helps Families From Connecticut

Trails Momentum helps Connecticut families from cities and towns like Darien New Canaan Greenwich Westport Weston Wilton Groton Long Point Town of Ridgefield Washington Roxbury

Trails Carolina Wilderness Helps Connecticut Families From

Some examples of cities from Connecticut which may have families who could use Trails Momentum: Bridgeport New Haven Stamford Hartford Waterbury Norwalk Danbury New Britain Bristol Meriden West Haven Milford

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