Our therapeutic adventure programmes introduce to participants a combination of physically and psychologically demanding activities — coasteering, canoeing and climbing are some examples, most often in a group setting.
Participants are presented with tasks which require high levels of engagement, challenging participants to confront negative behaviour and address their thought processes.
It is inspiring to see how these activities often help young people simply smile and have fun. It is amazingly therapeutic.
Having fun, building relationships and developing self-esteem through pushing their comfort zones creates greater buy-in from our clients and, thus, better and longer term outcomes.
Our programs encourage prosocial behaviours and adrenaline seekers will find positive ways to achieve their adrenaline hit.