Adventure Therapy

Eco & Adventure Therapy

Adventure Therapy is the intentional use of adventure with clients, who will use the experiences as a change process. Acting as the co-therapist of the session, adventure therapy uses experiential activities to challenge and engage clients in learning techniques to use outside of the sessions. It can be used for individuals, families, and groups to help increase healthy communication, problem-solving, collaboration, highlighting strengths, building trust, and socialization skills. The Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center provides a natural setting and includes the low & high challenge courses uses during sessions. The facilitation of activities helps clients to connect the skills learned during the activity to their therapy goals. The activities are easily adaptable for many ages, abilities, and desired goals. Adventure Therapy can help encourage a balanced understanding of risks and consequences, which gives a new approach to confronting challenges. The client will be encouraged to step outside their comfort zone during the sessions, prompting the client to build resilience and confidence. 

Looking for an outdoor program for your child led by licensed mental health therapists? Our experienced therapists prioritize emotional & mental well-being in our CAAMP programs. Our unique program offers fun activities that promote socialization, creativity, and outdoor fun while combining adventure and mindful play. We aim to help your child develop important life skills such as communication, problem-solving & emotional regulation in a safe and inclusive environment. Register your child for CAAMP today!

Early Bird Pricing until 3/1 – $650

Full price: $725

Interested? Complete the screening form or call 410-800-2169, Ext. 1350.

TEEN GIRLS CONFIDENCE BUILDING GROUP

Wednesdays from 4-5P.M.

Starts April 12th

10 openings  

 

BUILDING SOCIAL SKILLS FOR 3RD TO 5TH GRADERS

Wednesdays from 5-6P.M.

Starts April 12th

10 openings 

 

BUILDING SOCIAL SKILLS FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS

Thursdays from 4-5P.M.

Starts April 13th

10 openings 

MINDFULNESS GROUP
18 & OLDER

Fridays from 12-1P.M.
Starts April 14th

10 openings 

TEEN GIRLS CONFIDENCE BUILDING GROUP

An 8-week long group for middle school girls to increase connection while building a healthy image of self. Participants will use adventure-based therapy techniques to better understand self, healthy self-talk, assertive communication, and gratitude.   

 

BUILDING SOCIAL SKILLS FOR 3RD TO 5TH GRADERS

Connect with other kids to learn problem-solving, healthy communication, building trust, leadership skills, and empathy. Using adventure-based therapy techniques, children will engage and connect with others while connecting with nature (8-weeks). 

 

BUILDING SOCIAL SKILLS FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS

Connect with other kids to learn problem-solving, healthy communication, building trust, leadership skills, and empathy. Using adventure-based therapy techniques, children will engage and connect with others while connecting with nature. 

MINDFULNESS GROUP
18 & OLDER

An 8-week-long group for adults to learn and use mindfulness techniques, including guided meditations, relaxation techniques, engaging in a group setting, and nature walks. You will connect with nature and others within the group in the hope that you leave this experience with sustainable regulation skills. 

Mental Health Reset

Age 18+ – 2pm – 5pm 

Saturday, April 22, 2023

Cost $60

10 openings  

 

Grieving the loss of a loved one through adventure based therapy

Ages 12-17 – Sunday, April 23 2-6pm

Ages 18-25 – Sunday, April 23 9-1

Age 26+ – Saturday, April 22 – 9-1pm

Cost $120 

10 openings 

 

Building Social Skills through adventure based therapy

Middle School Age – 2pm-6pm – Saturday, April 15

High School Age – 9am-1pm – Saturday, April 15

Cost $120 

10 openings 

What to expect at CAAMP

CAAMP Activities:
Paddling in open top boats
Zipline
Wire Bridges
Swimming in the lake
Fishing
Gardening
Arts and crafts
Archery
Rock climbing
Fort Building
Nature exploration
Interaction with farm animals
Group games
Scavenger hunts
Team building activities

Sample Day:  
8:30 AM: Drop Off 
9:00 AM: Daily Check In  
9:30 AM:  Swimming  
10:30 AM: Group games  
12:00 PM: Lunch  
12:30 PM: Archery  
1:30 PM: Arts & Crafts  
2:30 PM: Team building activity  
3:30 PM: Pick Up 

Therapeutic Skills Focus: 
Emotional regulation 
Self-esteem 
Emotional intelligence 
Interpersonal relationships 
Problem-solving 
Decision making 
Rule following 
Self-awareness 
Communication skills

We currently accept insurance from the following providers: 

Medicaid (Priority Partners, Kaiser, UH Community Plan, Medstar Family Choice, MD Physicians Care, Amerigroup, Jai), Tricare, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, BCBC, Carefirst, EverNorth (Formerly Cigna), US Family Health (USFHP), Hopkins EHP, Cigna EAP, Care First Medicare Advantage, Aetna, and United Health Care/Optum.

Please, contact Sara LaMonica (410) 800-2169 ext. 1996 or slamonica@bpointwellness.com to schedule an appointment.

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