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Walking in a Winter Wonderland: Winter Considerations For Adventure Therapists

  • Course level: All Levels

Description

Live Webinar: December 7, 2022 @ 6:00-7:30 pm Eastern

Winter weather has many implications for adventure therapy practice. It can be a barrier to services, and it can also bring new opportunities for intervention! In this webinar, we explore a number of considerations for wintertime adventures! The will include risk management, intervention strategies, and sequencing client experiences to optimize clinical benefit.

This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. By participating, you consent to this use. If you have any questions or concerns about this, please feel free to contact the instructor.

Course Outline

  • Why Winter?
  • Logistical Considerations
    • Gear / Equipment
    • Planning
  • Clinical Considerations
    • Opportunities
    • Challenges
  • Risk Management

About the instructors

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$25.00

Enrolment validity: 365 days

Target Audience

  • Adventure therapists who operate outdoor programming in winter weather conditions.

Learning Objectives

  • Know how to manage risk of programming in winter conditions.
  • Consider options for intentional use of winter weather in adventure therapy interventions.
  • Understand how to sequence experiences in winter to maximize client benefit.

Requirements

  • 1.5 hours of CCAT credit are offered upon completion of the full course and evaluation. Evaluations are completed as a lesson at the end of each course. Completion of the evaluation is required to be issued a certificate. The certificate will be available for download upon marking each lesson complete, completion of the evaluation, then marking the course complete.

CCAT Hours

  • Organizational & Administrative Policies in AT: 1.0 hrs.
  • Adventure Therapy Interventions: 2.5 hrs.

Course Format

  • This course is presented as a live, interactive webinar.

Accommodations

If accommodations are requested for this course, please submit requests to [email protected]