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Why We Need Adventure

If you found out today that you were going to be assigned to work with a new co-therapist, my guess is that you would probably

Conflicting Passions

Passion – Adventure Therapy It’s 6:00am and my watch alarm goes off.  My instant reflex is directly to the button that silences the cacophony happening

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Creating Engagement through Limitations

The final element of archetypal adventure is the use of Limitations for individuals or the group. “Limitations” refers to the little rules that facilitators use

Adding Nuance with Props

From Metaphor to Magic In my previous post (Action into Metaphor) I talked about how Action Archetypes can be a great way to find a

Action into Metaphor

Archetypal Actions in Adventure Therapy By now, if you’ve been following this blog, you might be seeing a theme.  It’s my belief that adventure activities

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Archetypes of Adventure: Activity Objectives

My last post discussed the way that I approach the invention, adaptation and conceptualization of Adventure Activities.  I proposed that adventure activities follow a universal

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Archetypes of Adventure Activities

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how to tweak, tune and even invent activities so they work better for my clients. At some

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