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Our Student Profile for Young Adults

If your young adult has been struggling to make necessary changes in their life, and your efforts to help have fallen flat, Expanse Wilderness Therapy can help! In our young adult program, Expanse, the natural healing aspects of the wilderness, the challenges of outdoor living, individual therapy, life coaching, and peer group support provide a unique and powerful setting for growth and lasting change.

Just the Facts:

  1. Expanse Wilderness is a therapeutic wilderness program providing individualized treatment designed to assist struggling young adults, ages 18 -28, and their families, by providing individualized treatment.
  2. We specialize in working with young adults who lack motivation, struggle socially, and have unhealthy coping mechanisms. We strongly believe in a systemic, team-oriented approach.
  3. We specialize in treating dual-diagnosis.
  4. Family treatment, and support is imperative for long-term success.
  5. Expanse highlights and nurtures individual positive qualities as the young adult gains a greater awareness of their core issues. Young adult students discover how these core issues contribute to negative behaviors and maladaptive coping mechanisms.
  6. Expanse's experienced clinical team specializes in treating a wide range of issues confronting young adults and their families.

Expanse Wilderness works well with young adults seeking treatment for (but not limited to):

  • Substance use/Abuse
  • Technology overuse/Abuse
  • Personality disorders
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Oppositional defiance
  • Failure to launch
  • Fear of success/failure
  • Academic challenges
  • General anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Poor executive functioning
  • Identity issues
  • Sexuality issues
  • Gender identity
  • Learning differences
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Poor social skills
  • Relationship issues
  • Adoption/Attachment
  • Grief and loss
  • Family patterns and problems
  • Entitlement/Elitism
  • Anger management
  • Mild eating disorders
  • Mental health issues

If any of these, or other issues sound familiar, call us for immediate help and enrollment.

Call and speak with our Family Advocacy team today.