All Kinds of News for June 07, 2017
New Vision Wilderness in Medford, Wisconsin began accepting preteens, 10-12 years of age for their group named Sasquatch. According to lead therapist Nicole Prescott, MA., LCPC, "the group creates emotional regulation through safety, reliable care-giving, trauma exploration, spontaneous play and developmentally sensitive experiences". This is a small, individualized group, where each student receives a specific developmentally appropriate treatment plan. Families can view the introductory video here.
Why New Vision Wilderness?
For more than ten years, New Vision Wilderness (NVW) has set industry benchmarks in therapeutic outdoor programming for safety and clinical innovation and is nationally recognized for specialized intervention and relational model therapy for childhood trauma and attachement. NVW provides an unparalleled wilderness experience in a compassionate environment and offers a unique and proprietary treatment (CASA) approach.
Preteen Programming Includes
- Developmentally focused for the needs of 10-12-year-olds.
- Evidence-based clinical interventions include Brainspotting, Dyadic Developmetal Psychotherapy and Neurotherapies.
- Trauma informed care.
- Attachment focused modalities.
- Adapted Canine Therapy.
- Parallel Play with unconditional acceptance.
- Focused sensory integration experiences and integrated movement
- Neurobiological regulation.
- Family-focused therapy.
- Alumni Services
About New Vision Wilderness
New Vision Wilderness (NVW) is a proud member of a unique organization comprised of an extraordinary family of programs, all dedicated to healing the effects of early childhood trauma. New Vision Wilderness offers intensive, short-term outdoor programs all focused on cutting edge, trauma-based interventions that deliver immediate impact. All Calo Programs implement a unique and truly relational treatment model based on the science of neurobiology and evidence-based attachment and trauma treatment research. This unique model facilitates establishing, deepening and maintaining healthy and safe relationships that ultimately lead to co-regulation and Joy. Calo exists to Profoundly Change Lives and Create Joy. To learn more contact Thomas A. Ahern, MA at firstname.lastname@example.org.