Life for young people can be tough. The immediacy of digital media ensures that judgment is constant and unavoidable. This leads to pressures to conform; look good; have a great life; be your best you; succeed effortlessly! This often leads to the creation of a curated, adapted presentation of a self that may appear to be living ‘that’ life. A self that is constantly alert and fragile to being judged, evaluated and influenced by others.
The adolescent mind is rapidly detaching from its parental base, preparing for independence, and this can be a stressful enough process. Add online bullying, strained relationships, academic expectation and it is little wonder young people are struggling.
Venture Mòr’s wilderness therapy can help with working through the struggle.
In 2019, we will be offering three young people’s programmes. Two weeks of intensive and immersive psychological support and experiential learning opportunities through wild-country expeditions over some of the UK’s most remote and challenging terrain. This blend of resources, programme design and environment form a compelling base for self-reflection, strategy building and commitment to positive change.
Our programmes dates are:
7 – 20 April 2019
14 – 27 July 2019
20 October – 2 November 2019
We will also be offering two parent’s programmes that will offer the opportunity for parents to attend their own therapeutic process around how their family functions. Our intention with this is to de-problematize the child and reassure parents that they need not feel so isolated or helpless.
If you want to find out more contact us:
Call on 0845 340 2059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit: http://venturemor.co.uk/wilderness-therapy-scotland-uk.php