What is Wilderness Therapy For Young Adults in Delaware?

Wilderness therapy for young adults allows young men and women the chance to disconnect from negative or toxic behaviors, giving them the opportunity to grow and heal in a short but powerful outdoor experience. Young adults struggling to effectively launch into adulthood should consider BlueFire Pulsar, a wilderness therapy program for young women and men ages 18-28. Located in Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar helps young adults from Delaware find motivation and healing within themselves.

Free from the distractions of modern life, young adults in a wilderness program are able to look inward and gain an understanding of their past, present, and future. The wilderness is a therapeutic setting like none other: nature acts as a mirror and can help us see things more clearly. With an encouraging peer group, young adults offer one another support, feedback, and friendship. They work cooperatively to build one another up because everyone recognizes they are each on their own journey. Together, they overcome challenges and appreciate the unique strengths that each person brings to the table.

How Does Wilderness Therapy Work For Young Adults From Delaware?



By removing distractions, young men and women can take time for self-assessment about where their life is currently and is headed. Having access to additional therapeutic support provides the greatest impact, which is one of the reasons BlueFire Pulsar has our talented clinicians in the field four days every week. This additional support combine with our adventure therapy, positive peer group, and unique wilderness setting offers an unparalleled space for young adults to heal and grow. The results are wide-ranging: better communication skills, self-esteem, self-confidence, and more. Wilderness therapy acts as the impetus for big change and growth. When young adults are feeling stuck, this is exactly what they need.

Find Growth and Success in Wilderness Therapy for Young Adults from Delaware


Designed with young people ages 18-28 in mind, BlueFire Pulsar is an adventure wilderness therapy program that is uniquely qualified to support the needs of those in emerging adulthood. Located in Idaho, Pulsar helps young men and women from Delaware understand themselves on a deeper level while becoming empowered and independent. The challenges in an Adventure Therapy program increase resilience and self-efficacy, while also expanding activities that students can do after they leave for leisure or fitness.

At BlueFire PulsaR, we believe that each young adult is an individual and should be treated as a whole person - not just their presenting issues. So that is why we use a multidisciplinary treatment team (Psychologist, Primary Therapist, Family Therapist, Recreation Therapist, Equine Specialist, Physician/RN) for each student. This results in a highly individualized treatment plan for every young adult and family.

Transition Planning is Key for Young Adults


As soon as students arrive at BlueFire Pulsar, we are helping them figure out what their next steps toward independent living will be. This starts with a thorough assessment of strengths, areas of growth, and more. It allows us to create a specific programming to meet the needs of each young adult with us. This is why we combine transitional living with the other aspects of our program.

Adventure Therapy Programming 


Along with traditional backpacking, students participate in a wide range of activities, including:

- Canoeing.

- Rock climbing.

- Mountain biking.

- Skiing and snowboarding.

- Bouldering.

- Caving.

- Whitewater rafting.

With all these different activities, students are able to get out of their heads and into their bodies, which is very beneficial from a therapeutic perspective. They find success in activities they never thought they could do! If you would like to learn more about BlueFire Pulsar and our approach for helping young people from Delaware, call (844) 413-1999 today.

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