What is Wilderness Therapy For Young Adults in Georgia?

Wilderness therapy helps young adults that need to disconnect from the harmful patterns they’ve become entrenched in, to find growth and healing in a short-term 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 Georgia find motivation and healing within themselves.

Without the distractions of modern society, the young adults in our wilderness program can look within for the answers, purpose, and healing they need. The wilderness is a therapeutic setting like none other: nature acts as a mirror and can help us see things more clearly. With a healthy and supportive group of peers, the young adults share encouragement. They work as a team to help one another and the whole group grow, learn, and thrive. 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 Georgia?



By removing distractions, young men and women can take time for self-assessment about where their life is currently and is headed. The more students are able to meet with experienced clinicians, the more progress they make - which is why BlueFire Pulsar has our talented therapists 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 outcome is transformational: better self-esteem and communication skills, increased confidence, and more. Wilderness therapy provides a catalyst for change and movement. When young adults are feeling stuck, this is exactly what they need.

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


Designed specifically for young adults ages 18-28, BlueFire Pulsar is a wilderness therapy program that understands the unique needs of this population. Located in southern Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar serves young women and men from Georgia that need time to hit reset and focus on themselves. 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.

BlueFire Pulsar takes a whole-person approach to care, and we believe that each student is more than the sum of their presenting issues. That’s why we take a holistic approach with our multidisciplinary treatment team (Primary Therapist, Psychologist, Recreation Therapist, Equine Specialist, Family Therapist, Physician/RN) for each client. This offers a very individualized course of treatment for every student.

Transition Planning is Key for Young Adults


From the beginning at BlueFire Pulsar, we are looking at what the next step toward independence will be. This starts with a thorough assessment of strengths, areas of growth, and more. Using this, we create a program that meets the specific needs of every student. This is one of the reasons that we utilize a combination approach that includes transitional living.

Adventure Therapy Programming 


Students are able to participate in fun and engaging activities including:

- Caving.

- Bouldering.

- Rock climbing.

- Mountain biking.

- Canoeing.

- Whitewater rafting.

- Skiing and snowboarding.

All of these activities get clients moving and help them get excited about trying new things. They find success in activities they never thought they could do! If you are interested in learning more about BlueFire Pulsar and how we help young adults from Georgia, call us at (844) 413-1999.

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