All Kinds of News for August 12, 2020
WinGate Wilderness Therapy program announces its 12th-year-anniversary as a leader in the wilderness therapy industry.
Twelve years ago this summer, Shayne and Sheri Gallagher brought their unique vision, and sixty years of combined therapeutic experience to Southern Utah, and founded WinGate Wilderness Therapy. Set in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, WinGate is a dynamic therapeutic program providing hope and healing for struggling youth, young adults, and their families.
WinGate’s distinctive brand of therapy focuses on a relational model, creative intervention, and wilderness setting in order to offer an unparalleled therapeutic experience. WinGate’s multidisciplinary clinical team, and compassionate and caring staff create a healthy and safe environment in which students learn healthy coping skills, build self-esteem, and overcome challenges, in order to create lasting change and live their happiest life.
As of this writing, WinGate has provided help and support for 2,442 students and their families. Of this amazing benchmark, co-founder Sheri Gallagher said, “We feel honored to have served these families and look forward to the families we have yet to serve.”
For more information on WinGate Wilderness Therapy visit: https://www.wingatewildernesstherapy.com
About WinGate Wilderness Therapy
WinGate is a therapeutic wilderness program located in southern Utah, in the Grand Staircase National Monument. The program provides personalized treatment for teens, ages 14-17; and young adults, ages 18 and over. WinGate passionately provides the best clinical service and highest quality of care in treating those who are struggling and need support. WinGate specializes in treating a range of issues, including (but not limited to): depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment, failure to launch, substance abuse, and mal-coping mechanisms. WinGate believes that establishing a respectful, and caring relationship with clients, allows for dynamic and lasting growth.