All Kinds of News for June 10, 2020
Pure Life Adventure in Costa Rica is planning to reopen the young adult adventure therapy program on August 31, 2020. Costa Rica is beginning its return to business as usual and is reopening its border to foreign travelers. The 10-12 week adventure therapy program for young adults who struggle with anxiety, lack of motivation, and depression will operate with strict enrollment guidelines to keep clients and the Costa Rican community safe from COVID-19.
Pure Life Adventure is a leader in assisting young adults to achieve intrinsic levels of change by incorporating the best practices of individual and group therapy. Pure Life students also work on improving social skills, leadership skills, life planning skills, and vocational development. Through cultural immersion, community service, and adventure-based activities, students develop the skills and experiences necessary to get them through the difficult transition to adulthood so they can thrive and flourish independently.
On March 23rd, when Costa Rica closed their borders, Pure Life transferred enrolled students and staff to a Utah base to continue their adventure therapy program. Costa Rica has been applauded globally for their swift response to the pandemic, and the government has developed a plan to reopen the country as their active COVID cases rapidly decrease. They have a detailed plan to reopen the country to foreign travelers on June 30th, 2020. Beaches and national parks are scheduled to reopen as the country continues to loosen restrictions.
The team at Pure Life has been carefully following the Costa Rican plan and is excited to relaunch. Based on the current information, applications for Pure Life are being accepted now for young adults ages 18-30. Students can begin enrolling on August 31st, 2020. In order to follow careful “social distancing” guidelines, Pure Life will offer two admissions dates: August 31 and September 14. Space is limited. Applicants will be accepted, as appropriate, in order of date of completion of the application.
COVID-19 creates a level of uncertainty for the world and the Pure Life Adventure team is mindful of it. “We continue to make safety our number one priority in this reopening process,” said Andrew Taylor, MBA, Executive Director.
For more information, please contact Carrie Weatherhead, LCSW Director of Admissions and Marketing at: 617-605-5827 email@example.com
Relying on decades of experience in the Costa Rican outdoor industry, Pure Life's multicultural and multilingual team provides a therapeutically sophisticated and holistic approach to helping young adults with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, lack of motivation, executive function deficits, trauma, and substance abuse. The students are individuals with very real challenges looking for lasting change. Pure Life provides intermediate level treatment, utilizing traditional individual and group therapy in combination with outdoor experiential learning and adventure. Pure Life's integrated and dynamic approach includes an emphasis on fitness, mindfulness, life skills, and cultural immersion.