A lack of clarity exists regarding how different clients respond to outdoor behavioral health care (OBH). In this study, specific client and treatment characteristics were assessed for 186 young...
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The prevalence of trauma among children and adolescents often goes unnoticed in the field of mental health due to the practice of treating clients for more direct presenting mental health problems...
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Wilderness therapy programs with a continuous enrollment model offer many benefits as well as challenges for those who work in the field.  The majority of clients’ time is spent with field staff...
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Abstract Therapeutic alliance between participants and field guides is a predictor of positive outcomes in outdoor behavioral healthcare (OBH) programs. The guiding question of this paper is whether...
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While the field of adventure education has grown and diversified in many ways over the past four decades, there has been an increasing call for advances in program theory, research, and evaluation (...
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