Wilderness therapy, more so than other programs, addresses the various issues youth have that put them in the at-risk category and the behaviors that can prevent them from success. Wilderness adventure therapy can increase self-efficacy, self-esteem, problem-solving and decrease depression and conduct disordered behaviors among other issues at-risk youth may have.
Wilderness therapy in winter offers therapeutic value and unique opportunities for growth, especially at Aspiro. Not only is winter in Utah incredibly beautiful with the
As we launch into 2019 Aspiro is excited to welcome Jamie Ahern back to the Clinical Team! Jamie is a warm and inviting therapist with
Defining Level 1 Autism: Distinguishing Why Different Levels of Care are Needed for Different Traits
By: Carl Smoot, PhD, Shane A. Whiting, Ph.D., LMFT, Brandon Moffitt, LPC Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is defined as having persistent deficits in social communication