NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED OUTDOOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE
New Vision Wilderness (NVW) programs are innovative wilderness therapy programs for clients who require an immediate intervention and intensive mental health treatment. Our programs specialize in treating struggles associated with adoption, developmental trauma, anxiety, depression, and addiction. We serve preteens, teens, young adults, and their parents in three U.S. locations: the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin, the majestic Cascade mountain range of Central Oregon, and the lush Nantahala National Forest of North Carolina. Through the wilderness experience in each of these locations, young people and their parents have the opportunity to heal their relationships and foster personal growth in life.
HIGHLY SPECIALIZED WILDERNESS PROGRAMMING
New Vision Wilderness is known for its use of a variety of clinical modalities that treat the mind and body. Our mental health treatment is centered on healing the effects of early childhood stress or developmental trauma in our clients, particularly among students struggling with attachment and/or adoption. NVW's therapeutic attention is focused on helping our clients better regulate their nervous system and emotions by utilizing brain-based and attunement focused therapeutic treatment modalities. Each masters level, licensed therapist will be immersed in the field for at least two days per week facilitating multiple 1 on 1 and group therapy sessions.
Our Wilderness Therapy includes:
Access to Lead Therapist at least 2 days per week
Automatic enrollment in the New Vision Wilderness Academy
Clearly defined and categorized diagnosis
Customized and individualized adventure education experiences
Therapeutic activities with an intricate and intensive examination, assessment, and interventions that focus on the individual and family dynamics
Group and individual therapy with at least two 1 on 1 therapy sessions per week with the opportunity
Continuing care plan recommendations
Our nationally recognized, individually tailored wilderness challenge programs lead the way in relational model wilderness therapy.
Admissions Contact Name: Patrick McAvoy