All Kinds of News for February 03, 2016
Wilderness Therapy programs attract a disproportionate number of adopted clients. The wilderness therapy setting provides a unique opportunity to engage Presence, Attunement, Resonance and Trust with clients, key components in promoting healthy relational development of adoptees, regardless of the struggles adoption can bring.
SUWS of the Carolinas (NC) explores the incidence of adoption history in wilderness programs, investigates international vs. domestic adoption, explores the various mental health issues that often emerge among adoptees, and discusses evidence-based practice that best meet adopted children's needs. The discussion will be rooted in the framework of stages of human development, which can be unique for adopted children and adolescents.
SUWS therapist, Trysh Huntington delivers a powerful webinar on this topic, "Reaching the Adopted Child: The power of Presence, Attunement, Resonance and Trust."
Watch our series here http://www.suwscarolinas.com/about/webinars-workshops/