Wilderness Therapy that Helps Young Adults from Wyoming Thrive

Many Wyoming young adults seek therapeutic treatment because they have found themselves in survival mode. Whether the issues stem from poor choices or underlying mental health concerns, it can create an unhealthy cycle that can be hard to end.

Wilderness therapy for Wyoming 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 helps promote self-awareness, understanding, and compassion, which opens the door to new ways of being. With wilderness therapy, the goal is to help young people not just survive, but thrive.

BlueFire Pulsar is a young adult wilderness therapy program that seeks to help our clients thrive. Located in southern Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar works with Wyoming young adults as they grow, heal, and find their direction in life.


Wilderness Therapy Unlocks Potential For Wyoming Young Adults


BlueFire Pulsar’s Adventure Therapy program is designed for young men and women from Wyoming that need help getting out of their comfort zones. These adventure activities are scalable and have varying amounts of challenge which helps our students develop effective communication skills while also improving self-confidence. Activities are intentionally selected and designed by the clinical team to be impactful and growth-oriented. 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.

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. 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 Wyoming

BlueFire Pulsar is a leading wilderness therapy program for young adults between 18-28 years old. Based in Idaho, BlueFire Pulsar is designed to help young people from all over the country, including Wyoming, 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 men and women can use this opportunity to reconnect with themselves and find their purpose, 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. These can also become reflective experiences that allow students to increase their self-awareness related to stress and negative patterns.


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 volunteer activities impact local community groups, environmental agencies, and service organizations. From cleaning up a local park to mending a hiking trail, these activities can offer opportunities for students to improve self-esteem and overall well being. This volunteer experience can also be included on a student’s resume after BlueFire Pulsar.


Holistic Approach to Success

Every student has a highly 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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