Healing Through Connection

Shame's Elusive Grasp

Parents, you are so brave.

The Power of Drumming

“Go outside and play!"

How To Boost Your Teen’s Self-Esteem

The question: why do we bow drill?

Get Ahead of the Curve: Preventative Measures to Help Teens Avoid Risky Behaviors

Guidance for Parents of Struggling Teens

Blue Ridge Welcomes Two Family Therapists to the Team!

Bilateral Stimulation in Wilderness Therapy: Treating Trauma, Grief, and Shame in Adolescent Boys


Negativity Bias in Family Relationships

Please be breathing, please…

Nomadic Wilderness as a Relational Model of Healing Substance Use

The Importance of Multicultural Awareness in Wilderness Treatment Settings

Thriving in Adversity - A Case for Inclement Weather

Group Psychotherapy and Working with Group Dynamics in the Wilderness

Asking Questions and Living the Answers: Finding Identity in the Wilderness

What Wilderness Means to Me

Putting On Your Oxygen Mask First: Self-Care for Parents and Givers

5 Things To Know About Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness

The Benefits of Mindfulness

Wilderness Therapy for Pre-teens: Blue Ridge’s Footsteps Program Continues to Evolve by Enriching Family Involvement

Mindfulness: Getting Grounded in Wilderness Therapy

Nomadic Therapeutic Wilderness Programs Offer a Deep Immersion in the Healing Embrace of Nature

Teens with Substance Abuse Develop Self Efficacy in Wilderness Therapy

Cultivating a “Growth Mindset” in Wilderness Therapy

Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness            Celebrates One Year!

Announcing Mathew O'Connor, MA, LCAS, ICAADC as Primary Therapist at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness

Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness expands Footsteps Program with Jeremy Nunnelley, LPC and strengthens Family Work with Ashley Green, LCSW

Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is proud to announce the addition of Danielle Hava, LCSW and Anne Wilzbacher, MA, LPC.

Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness is excited to announce the addition of Emily Miranda, MSW, LCSW.Your Blog Post Title Here...

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