Specialized Gap Year Options For Young Adults Filter
All Kinds of Therapy has launched the brand-new Gap Year Filter. The formal press release is readable here. This new filter provides options for young adults who are interested in learning the facts and in pausing their academic or vocational life post-post-assessment, treatment, or therapeutic intervention. These are unique Gap Year options that offer clinical support at varying levels, vocational training, scaffold the community socially, and provide varying levels of life skills support. This new filter empowers users to explore a wide range of gap year programs tailored to their unique preferences and goals. Whether you’re interested in volunteer work, cultural immersion, adventure travel, or skill development, our Gap Year Filter simplifies the search process by providing comprehensive information about various programs around the world. With this feature, users can easily filter programs based on location, duration, activities, and focus areas, ensuring that they find the perfect gap year opportunity that aligns with their interests and aspirations.
The filter launched with seven (7) different advertising partners that are located around the globe. The Gap Year partners recognize that not all young people are ready for college/vocational or independent living and need more time to discover and learn their skills and Interests – check out Reset Boston (MA), Rooted Life Adventures (New Zealand), Spain Abroad, Pathfinder Costa Rica, Point School Puerto Rico, and Wisdom Ranch (ID)
For more information about listing the facts about your treatment-to-transition option for teens or young adults on All Kinds of Therapy reach out to Ashlyn Dell at email@example.com or call her at 207.370.1121.
About All Kinds of Therapy
Launched in 2015, All Kinds of Therapy is a leading online platform that connects individuals and families with mental health and therapeutic resources, and varying levels of treatment-to-transition programming for ages 30+ and under. All advertisers on the website must answer revealing facts about their treatment model, clinicians’ training, licensing, and ownership, offering a level of transparency unlike any other online directory. Highlighting addiction to recovery services, therapeutic boarding schools, wilderness therapy, IOP, PHP, or Gap Year, the platform allows visitors to compare all levels of care side-by-side, and find an “Expert” to facilitate the family system’s process, or a coach for the family system. The blog has over 200 entries and provides an educational space for parents and young adults, sharing current trends, questions, and answers for families, while also gaining insight into the Family Choice Behavioral Healthcare and Behavioral Healthcare industries. The monthly newsletter has over 20K subscribers.