98 South Main Street
Loa, UT 84747
United States of America
Trilby Hoover, Admissions Director
Ages 18 -
Call admissions department for current tuition.
Minimum of 35 days
A nomadic wilderness program incorporating an innovative, holistic approach to a variety of issues
Open enrollment 365 days a year
Substance abuse, anxiety, depression, difficulties with relationships and others
Experienced Therapists & Highly Skilled Wilderness Guides - Individual & Group Therapy - Addictions & Recovery Education
Set in the wilderness
At completion of the program there is a two day workshop for the student and identified support person's). The student and therapist work with the support person's) to develop a treatment experience and aftercare plan most suited to the individualized need
The journey inward is also a journey outward. It is a journey of reconnection with ourselves, our families, our loved ones, our Higher Power, our world and all of creation. Though this journey we learn wisdom and compassion. We become accountable for our recovery and our lives.
Our therapists can provide you with a treatment plan and diagnosis within the first seven to ten days, that you can submit to your insurance company
Pam Parsons - Program Director - Has been working in the field of wilderness therapy since 1994. She has worked as a field counselor, therapist and most recently as the clinical director for Aspen Achievement Academy and Passages to Recovery. Pam earned her Masters in Transpersonal Psychology from John F Kennedy University in California. Originally from Bryn Mawr, PA, Pam went to undergraduate school in New Orleans at Newcomb College of Tulane University, earning a BA in English Literature. She now calls Teasdale, Utah, home, drawn by this high desert land of beautiful red rock and sage, quiet star-filled skies, and wide open vistas.