Wilderness Therapy that Helps Young Adults from Virginia Thrive

Many times, the young people that seek therapeutic support feel like they are barely making it 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 Virginia young adults helps break this cycle. By shifting away from isolation, manipulation, and other maladaptive ways of coping, young adults can instead see themselves clearly and gain understanding about their past patterns and choices. This improves self-awareness which opens the door to new and healthy coping skills, relationships, and more. The goal of wilderness therapy is to shift from having young adults survive and instead begin to thrive.

BlueFire Pulsar’s wilderness therapy program helps young people thrive again. Located in Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar helps young women and men from Virginia growth and heal while learning what goals they want to pursue next.


Wilderness Therapy Unlocks Potential For Virginia Young Adults


Our Adventure Therapy program supports young people from Virginia as they take their first steps out of their comfort zones and into their futures. Our adventure activities offer the appropriate amount of challenge so that students can also practice communication and coping skills while having fun. All of our activities are planned and organized by our well seasoned clinical team in order to ensure they are safe, impactful, and growth-oriented. Therapists and guides are active participants with students to model safety and also offer in-the-moment support and encouragement.

With these experiences, the young people at BlueFire Pulsar find success in ways they never dreamed were possible. They found that they were capable of climbing the mountain, navigating the rapids, and overcoming their fears. This changes the way they view themselves, no longer sitting on the sidelines of their life, they are now the hero of their own story.


Wilderness Therapy for Young Adults from Virginia

BlueFire Pulsar gives young adults ages 18-28 the chance to participate in a leading wilderness therapy program. Based in Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar is designed to help young people from all over the country, including Virginia, that are having difficulty thriving in their daily lives. These struggles can include things like friends, school, work, or family - as well as general overall 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 offering new and exciting opportunities for young adults, they are able to be involved in fun activities while also developing coping and communication skills at the same time. 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. This is why we have incorporated volunteer work into our wilderness therapy program. These efforts support local community not-for-profits, environmental organizations, and service programs. From mending a broken fence to cleaning up a local park, these activities improve overall well being and build relationships. This volunteer experience can also be included on a student’s resume after BlueFire Pulsar.


Holistic Approach to Success

Each student’s treatment plan is unique and highly individualized. Each plan includes a comprehensive career assessment along with an action plan that helps with specific, actionable steps to help each student move forward with their future. Transition planning begins on day one, where we help by learning each student’s goals and then setting up specific milestones. Learn more about this transformative experience by calling BlueFire Pulsar today at (844) 413-1999.

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