This category contains a list of programs that use wilderness therapy. Wilderness therapy is a form of outdoor education treatment that relies on the natural aspects of a primitive outdoor sojourn.
Like adventure therapy and Boot camps, wilderness therapy is often used for behavior modification by the families of young people. But the aims and methods of wilderness therapy don't center on behavior modification. Unlike adventure therapy, wilderness therapy programs avoid what they view as manipulations, contrived activities, psychological games, and contrived consequences.
The industry are frequently targeted by new regulations from the authorities due to deaths .
- About Adventure therapy on Wikipedia
- About behavior modification on Wikipedia
- About Wilderness therapy on Wikipedia
- Loving Them to Death, Outside magazine, October 1995
This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total.
Pages in category "Wilderness Therapy"
The following 68 pages are in this category, out of 68 total.