Wilderness Therapy that Helps Young Adults from Oklahoma Thrive

Many Oklahoma young adults seek therapeutic treatment because they have found themselves in survival mode. Regardless of what brought them to this point - poor choices or the ability to motivate themselves - it can be a difficult cycle to stop.

Wilderness therapy for Oklahoma young adults helps break this cycle. By removing the ability to isolate, manipulate, or use other negative coping mechanisms, young adults are able to clearly look at their patterns, choices, and areas of growth. This improves self-awareness which opens the door to new and healthy coping skills, relationships, and more. The overarching goal of wilderness therapy is to help young adults move beyond merely surviving and into thriving.

BlueFire Pulsar is a young adult wilderness therapy program that seeks to help our clients thrive. Based in Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar supports young adults from Oklahoma as they heal, grow, and gain the skills they need to succeed in the future.


Wilderness Therapy Unlocks Potential For Oklahoma Young Adults


BlueFire Pulsar’s Adventure Therapy program is designed for young men and women from Oklahoma that need help getting out of their comfort zones. These activities provide appropriately challenging experiences that improve communication skills, build self-confidence, and increase resilience. Each activity is designed by our skilled clinical team to be engaging, impactful, and help students advance their personal work. Our clinicians and guides are right there with students as active participants, showing them the correct form while also providing in-the-moment feedback and support.

Because of these experiences, young men and women are achieving success in areas they never thought possible. They found that they were capable of climbing the mountain, navigating the rapids, and overcoming their fears. These change the way they see themselves, shifting from sitting on the sidelines to being an active participant in their own lives.


Wilderness Therapy for Young Adults from Oklahoma

BlueFire Pulsar gives young adults ages 18-28 the chance to participate in a leading wilderness therapy program. BlueFire Pulsar is located in southern Idaho and helps young men and women from around the country, including Oklahoma, that are having a difficult time moving forward in their lives. This can include difficulties with relationships, school or work, or general wellbeing. Young people can use this as a chance to reconnect with their true selves while also finding their passion and drive.


How does Adventure Therapy work?

By engaging young adults with new and fun activities, they are able to do something enjoyable while also developing life, coping, and communication skills. Activities can also be used as reflective ones that help students improve their awareness to how they respond to events around them.


Connection to Our Community

BlueFire Pulsar believes that helping someone or something outside yourself can support one’s own process. For this reason, we have service work included as a part of our wilderness therapy program. This supports local community organizations, environmental programs, and service agencies. From tidying up a local park to fixing up hiking trails, these experiences lead to improvements in well being while also building relationships. Students can also include their service work on their resume when pursuing job opportunities.


Holistic Approach to Success

Every young adult has an individualized treatment plan. This includes a comprehensive career assessment and training along with developing an action plan with specific steps to move forward. Just as important is transition planning which starts from the very beginning, by understanding each student’s goals and then identifying specific markers for these goals. To take the next steps towards a powerful and once-in-a-lifetime experience, call BlueFire Pulsar today at (844) 413-1999.

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