Wilderness Therapy Jobs

After in-depth training, WinGate Wilderness Therapy Wind Walkers will use Utah's pristine red rock territory and primitive living skills as metaphors to enable change of heart in each student.

WinGate Wilderness Therapy is seeking 2014 Wilderness Field Guides to become Wind Walkers for at-risk youth and young adults. After in-depth training, you will use Utah's pristine red rock territory and primitive living skills as metaphors to enable change of heart in each student. You will also have the opportunity to walk a path that promotes growth in your own life.

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In this job channel, you'll explore opportunities as outdoor field instructors, wilderness therapy guides, field mentors, adventure therapy support staff, and residential outdoor youth counselors. You'll become a teacher. You'll become a healthy role model. You'll teach outdoor and survival skills. You'll play an essential role in mentoring and guiding youth and teens looking for healthier and higher trails through physically and demanding challenges.

Do what you love while providing insight, direction and hope to those who need it!


  
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Trails Carolina – a wilderness therapy program where teens discover who they are and what they are capable of.

New Field Instructor jobs in North Carolina! Set amid the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, Trails Carolina offers a challenging therapeutic wilderness program designed to promote positive change, fostering feelings of accomplishment and self worth while developing new patterns of behavior for youth and adolescents ages 10-17. A dynamic combination of therapeutic strategies includes a complete equine program, academic classes and backcountry living. The integration of experiential activities offers opportunities for peak experiences, key psychological moments of self-actualization and breakthrough insight. Field Instructors are responsible for ensuring the safety of their group, providing positive role modeling, teaching backpacking/backcountry living and wilderness survival skills, and promoting a positive environment for growth to take place. An 8-day-on, 6-day-off work schedule is required. Pay starts at $137 per day, with performance based increases thereafter. After 90 days you will also have the option of full health insurance, which includes vision and dental. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, able to pass a physical exam/drug screen at the time of employment and be Wilderness First Responder certified. If you are motivated, creative, passionate, and want to help change lives, email your resume to [email protected]. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

Equine therapy is a key component to the Trails way of working with adolescents.

Equine therapy is a key component to the Trails way of working with adolescents. Horses are dynamic, powerful creatures, able to innately sense emotions and instinctively react to their environment. Youth are naturally drawn to these beautiful animals, quickly becoming engaged and invested in the therapeutic process.

National Outdoor Leadership School Wilderness Medicine Institute: the leader in wilderness medicine.

National Outdoor Leadership SchoolNew Wilderness Medicine Educator jobs in the southeastern U.S. For over two decades, NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute has been the most recognized and respected teacher of wilderness medicine, training over 150,000 students from around the world. Days are filled with dynamic lessons and exciting, realistic scenarios to best model the kind of medical situations you might face, whether you're an outdoor educator, guide or camp counselor. Wilderness Medicine Instructors are needed to teach WFR, WFA and/or WEMT courses ranging in length from 2-30 days on a year-round basis throughout the U.S., with an emphasis on courses in AZ, GA, NC, SC, TN and VA. Teaching contracts may be arranged to fit other seasonal employment schedules; however, highest consideration will be given to applicants who are available during the busiest teaching months from mid-November through late June. Applicants must possess WEMT or higher certification and professional level CPR certification; significant patient care experience in urban and wilderness settings; several seasons of experience in extended backcountry leadership positions; and a teaching background in either formal or experiential settings. Compensation includes $126-$220/day, plus travel and living expenses during courses. The next WFR Instructor Training Course will be held from November 9-18, 2014 (there is a tuition charge to cover food, lodging and materials). For more info, contact Gates Richards through email or by calling (866) 831-9001. View contact and address information View Facebook Page View YouTube Page

A NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute Educator teaching at a Wilderness First Responder Instructor Training Course.

NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute Instructors get their start as professional outdoor educators, urban EMS providers, remote researchers and military special operators—they know what it feels like to make tough decisions in remote places because they've been there.

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Alaska Crossings: Challenge and Change through Wilderness Adventures

Field Guides are professionals who have the ability to mentor and teach skills in a culture of joy and optimism that youth can relate to.

Program in the Spotlight Providing challenge and change through remote wilderness adventures, Alaska Crossings offers 41-day wilderness behavioral health programs for Alaskan teenagers ages 12-18. Field Guides play an essential role in mentoring and guiding participants through physically and mentally demanding land and water-based expeditions. These adventures in Southeast Alaska provide the framework for the delivery of Alaska Crossings' PADDLER curriculum. Field guides elicit positive change through behavior modification, social and life skill development and mentorship to each participant. Guides work the entire 41 days, so experience and familiarity with backcountry travel is essential. The season usually begins by attending staff training in mid-March. Guides are expected to make an initial one-year commitment of 1-3 programs. Benefits include compensation of $130-$235/day, pro-deal purchases, medical clinic discounts and retirement after one year. Qualifications differ for each guide level; however, all applicants should ideally have experience working with youth (especially those with behavioral issues), and be skilled in alpine environments, canoeing, mountaineering, multi–day backcountry tripping, and WFR/CPR certified. Flexibility, adaptability and strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. If you have what it takes to be the change, visit AlaskaCrossings.org for the next steps. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page

Do you have what it takes to venture to rugged remote environments while mentoring and guiding 12 to 18 year-olds? Become a Field Guide for Alaska Crossings and be the change!

Do you have what it takes to venture to rugged remote environments while mentoring and guiding 12 to 18 year-olds? Alaska Crossings Field Guides lead 41-day therapeutic wilderness expeditions in the Tongass National Forest in Alaska and on the Stikine River in British Columbia, Canada.

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The Pacific Quest Sustainable Growth program is divided into four basic phases: Reflection (Nalu), Personal Responsibility (Kuleana), Family (Ohana), and Community Service (Malama).

Explore Hawaii as a Wilderness Therapy Program Guide! Come work with at-risk youth on one of five organic farms on the Big Island of Hawaii. Pacific Quest facilitates an environment for adolescents and young adults to recognize a desire for change. In addition to working with a counseling and treatment team to achieve weekly outcomes for students, a typical day consists of working the land, role modeling, teaching and helping facilitate learning about sustainability, basic living skills, and emotional growth. Advanced students go on day outings once a week. The staff team consists of a Lead Program Guide, a Wellness Guide, a Support Instructor and/or an Apprentice. Each staff member will work eight-days on, six-days off from Thursday to Thursday. Compensation includes an hourly wage, WiFi access and room and board during the working period for the adolescent program (accommodations are not provided on your week off). Desired qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in psychology, farming/agroecology or outdoor education/leadership, or a minimum of 3 years relevant experience. Specific experience with “at-risk” youth or within wilderness therapy a plus. If you can make a one-year commitment and have experience and enthusiasm for working with teens in an outdoor therapeutic setting, apply with Pacific Quest! View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Blog View Facebook Page View Google+ Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

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Pacific Quest has immediate openings for Program Guides and Program Supervisors.

Pacific Quest Program Guides help students learn about sustainability, basic living skills, emotional growth and Hawaiian life.

Blending a wilderness therapy model on an organic farm, Pacific Quest facilitates an environment for students to recognize a want for change while learning about sustainability, basic living and problem solving skills, health and nutrition, emotional growth and Hawaiian culture. The Sustainable Growth program is divided into four basic phases: Reflection (Nalu), Personal Responsibility (Kuleana), Family (Ohana) and Community Service (Malama).

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Sceond Nature Entrada: Wilderness Therapy Field Instructor Jobs in Utah

Looking for an office with a view, a meaningful career in the outdoor industry, and being part of a community that cares?

Program in the Spotlight Share your outdoor passion and skills with Second Nature Entrada in the Red Rocks of Southern Utah! As a year-round licensed therapeutic wilderness program, Entrada uses the wilderness to assist adolescent and adult clients in their journey toward healthy behaviors and rewarding relationships. Working in a group with three to four other staff members, Field Instructors keep eight to ten clients safe while backpacking in the high desert of Southern Utah. In addition to implementing the Entrada program philosophy, other responsibilities include role modeling as well as teaching backpacking, communication, and wilderness survival skills. Instructors work a rotating schedule of eight days on and six days off, and a 1-year commitment is necessary. Pay starts at $127/day and progresses up to $195/day, plus bonuses. Benefits include full health and dental insurance, medical and professional training stipends and a variety of professional gear deals. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; preference is given to those with a Bachelor's degree in a related field or an equivalent amount of relevant experience, with certification in Wilderness First Responder, EMT and/or WEMT. Prospective Field Instructors must attend a week-long orientation session in the field, which is generally scheduled every month. SNEntrada.com View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Blog View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

2014 Orientation Alert:
Now accepting applications for the next orientation session beginning on May 23rd or June 27th!

Second Nature Entrada Instructors showing off their strength!

Wilderness Field Instructors for Second Nature Entrada become teachers and positive role models for adolescents and adults looking to build their confidence and self-esteem in the Red Rocks of Southern Utah. Energetic, fun and creative individuals who love the outdoors are encouraged to apply.

WinGate Wilderness Therapy

Be a part of an incredible adventure with a wilderness therapy company in Utah's pristine red rock territory.

Program in the Spotlight With a stunning landscape of southern Utah providing a powerful backdrop for life-changing experiences, WinGate Wilderness Therapy is always looking for top quality individuals to work as field staff members. Commonly known as Wind Walkers to the students, you will use the principles from your in-depth training on the trail by modeling it, living it and teaching it to them. By using the wilderness and primitive living skills as metaphors, you will enable an environment that invites change out of each student as opposed to telling him or her that they need to change. You will also have the opportunity to walk a path that promotes growth in your own life. Preference will be given to those who have wilderness first responder certification and can commit to one year. Compensation starts at $127/day, with the opportunity to make up to $195/day (daily rates will gladly be matched if you are coming from another company with wilderness experience). Health and dental benefits are also provided after 90 days. If you're looking for a unique opportunity to build something great, check out WinGateWildernessTherapy.com. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page View Photos on Flickr View Google+ Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

EMPLOYMENT Alert!
The demand for a unique and profound WinGate Wilderness Therapy experience is growing. As a result, WinGate is currently seeking an experienced Therapist to join their professional clinical team. This is a full-time, salaried position, which includes a highly competitive salary (negotiable), benefits package and attractive incentives. Read the full job description »

WinGate Wilderness Therapy: Wind Walkers with students on the path of life in Utah's pristine red rock territory.

WinGate Wilderness Therapy uses the wilderness and primitive living skills as metaphors to enable change of heart in each of their students.

The Aspiro Group has pioneered three dynamic and powerful wilderness adventure therapy programs (Aspiro, Vantage Point and Kairos) for adolescents and young adults.

The personal growth experienced in such an intense, challenging environment are on-the-job rewards that Aspiro Guides appreciate.

Program in the Spotlight The Aspiro Group has pioneered dynamic and powerful therapeutic programs for adolescents and young adults. Wilderness adventure therapy combines clinically sophisticated treatment with outdoor adventure activities to treat a wide variety of adolescent and young adult challenges. Wilderness Adventure Therapy Field Guides will lead and safely teach groups of students in activities that include rock climbing/rappelling, biking, backpacking, canyoneering and downhill skiing. Each skill taught can be compared to real life skills that will help students succeed. After each activity, Guides sit down with their group and process the activity; giving students an opportunity to see personal achievement and how they can improve. The largest number of Guide job openings is during the summer season beginning in May. A Guide Tryout Weekend is typically held in late March or early April for prospective applicants. About 75% of the students are male and Aspiro is legally required to staff its groups with appropriate gender ratios. As the busy summer season winds down, Aspiro begins creating a team that is invested in working consistently through the following fall, winter, spring and summer. Aspiro seeks individuals of all levels of skill and experience. AspiroPrograms.com View contact and address information View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

The personal growth experienced in such an intense, challenging environment are on-the-job rewards that Aspiro Guides appreciate.

Aspiro recognizes that Guides are not primarily focused on financial rewards. The chance to make a difference, the resume Guides build, the internal advancement opportunities available, and the personal growth experienced in such an intense, challenging environment are all factors that Aspiro Guides appreciate.

Elements Wilderness Program

Ready to begin your journey with a unique wilderness therapy organization while shaping the lives of adolescents in the outdoors?

Program in the Spotlight With a field area located in Utah's spectacular Manti-La Sal National Forest and the San Rafael Swell region, Elements Wilderness Program is looking for dedicated, hard working, passionate, caring, and eager-to-be-challenged Field Mentors. With the help of the great outdoors and a licensed therapist, you will support, endure, join, and guide students through a safe, stable and healthy environment for each to find a safer, healthier and enriching life. You will live, eat, and work together as a group and also help process and guide the students to more appropriate decisions in their life. While in the field, you will teach outdoor living skills, use problem solving techniques to maneuver through environmental challenges and lead daily personal reflective activities. A commitment of six months to one year is preferred (8-day-on, 6-day-off shift); the pay rate begins at $127/day, with most mentors earning $145-$165/day. By joining Elements in its infancy stage, you will have the opportunity to help structure and mold both the program and organization while developing your professional skills in the outdoor field. ElementsWilderness.com View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

2014 Field Mentor Training Alert:
The next Field Mentor training session is May 19th-24th. Get your application in now!

Elements Wilderness Program Mentors blend community, nature, wellness, adventure education, and therapy into every wilderness experience.

Elements Wilderness Program Field Mentors blend the four key elements of community, nature, wellness and therapy into every wilderness experience for students seeking a better way of life.

Blending the best of ancient cultural systems with a wilderness therapy program, Outback Therapeutic Expeditions provides a powerful setting for real change in troubled teens.

Are you looking to affect change in young people’s lives while developing your own leadership and outdoor resume? Come to Outback Therapeutic Expeditions for a truly life-changing career in wilderness therapy!

Program in the Spotlight Blending the best of ancient cultural systems with a wilderness therapy program, Outback Therapeutic Expeditions provides a powerful setting for real change in troubled teens. The elements of a wilderness experience, individualized treatment, family counseling, and peer interaction combine to help students turn negative habits and behaviors into positive change. Wilderness Field Guides empower adolescents by focusing on their self-esteem, team building and positive decision-making skills. They act as mentors in building relationships of trust as well as teachers of primitive and survival skills. Guides work an eight days-on/six-days-off schedule. Pay starts at $127/day and progresses up to $170/day within the first year and a half of employment. Health benefits kick in after 90 days. Outback staff receive training in primitive skills such as drum making, leather working, friction bow drill fires, shelter building and Leave No Trace outdoor ethics. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and CPR/first aid certified (WFR preferred); preference is given to those with at least six months of experience working with teens. If you are an individual who can establish relationships fast, enjoy working with teenagers, loves adventure, outgoing, active, and can work well in a team environment, check out Outback! View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page View Vimeo Page

Working for Outback Therapeutic Expeditions is not just a job, it's a journey.

Working for Outback Therapeutic Expeditions is not just a job, it's a journey. It is an experience that will challenge and reward you in countless ways as you touch the lives of students in your care. It is emotionally, physically and mentally challenging—and will probably become the most memorable and most fulfilling job you'll ever have.

RedCliff Ascent Wilderness Treatment Program

Make a living helping troubled teens and conquering yourself while you do it — a job with RedCliff Ascent is unlike anything you will ever experience.

Program in the Spotlight Camping. Backpacking. Bow drill fires. Oh yeah, and teenagers. All in southern Utah's spectacular backcountry. With RedCliff Ascent you'll make your living helping troubled teens and conquering yourself while you do it. You'll get paid for being outside with a whole bunch of people who love the outdoors as much as you do. RedCliff is unlike anything you've ever experienced. It's work without walls, without limits. This job makes you better, stronger—more sure of who you are and what you want. It's an experience you'll never forget. If you're tough enough to take it, call 'em. Prospective Field Instructors must attend a nine-day training session in the field, which are scheduled just about every month. WildernessWork.com View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page Watch YouTube Videos

2014 Training Alert:
Apply now for the next training session beginning on May 1st or May 29th.

Few roles are more fulfilling in life than the role of mentor, and few jobs offer the wide range of opportunities that RedCliff offers to its field staff.

Few roles are more fulfilling in life than the role of mentor, and few jobs offer the wide range of opportunities that RedCliff offers to its field staff. Hiking, camping, backpacking, beautiful scenery and dynamic interpersonal relationships all come with the job. Add to this the chance to tone up the physique and improve your level of self confidence and personal character, and you have a job that is hard to beat.

Second Nature Uintas: Wilderness Therapy Jobs

Are you flexible, patient and have a desire to help today's youth?

Program in the Spotlight As one of the industry's most sophisticated wilderness therapy programs, Second Nature Uintas provides insight, direction and hope to troubled teens and their families. With the aid of the wilderness, licensed therapists and experienced staff, adolescents from the ages of 13-17 embark on a journey to make healthy choices and rewarding relationships. Second Nature Field Instructors will develop clinical qualities unrivaled in therapeutic wilderness care. Creativity, affinity for outdoor living, sensitivity, compassion, flexibility and patience along with the desire to help young people lead healthy and productive lives are all prerequisites for the Field Instructor position. You will work eight days on, six days off; the eight-day shift is spent in the Uinta Mountains and high desert of Utah, hiking and camping with students and helping to keep them physically and emotionally safe. Pay is competitive, with benefits that include full health and dental insurance, performance bonuses, participation in a 401k plan and a variety of professional gear deals. Applicants must be at least 19 years old, have a high school diploma or equivalent, current CPR and first aid certification, and make a minimum commitment of one year. Prospective applicants must attend a week long training session in the field. Upcoming trainings are scheduled throughout the year and are posted at SNWP.com. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Blog View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

2014 Training Alert:
Get your application in now for the May 16th training session!

Second Nature Uintas: Field Instructor Jobs

Did you know? Most Second Nature Uintas staff live in Salt Lake City or Park City, which puts you within an hours drive of eight world class ski resorts. Skiing or snowboarding not your thing? The area also offers great hiking, climbing, and mountain biking along with a great live music scene. Imagine living in a world-class vacation destination that you call home!

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Dragonfly Transitions: Clinical Support, Life Skills, Holistic TransformationLocated in Southern Oregon within the shadow of Mt. Shasta, Dragonfly Transitions is home away from home for young adults who are struggling with the transition to healthy, productive independence. Transitions offers a customized program, supportive peer group, strong accountability and calming, manageable surroundings. Working with a dedicated treatment team, Mentors will serve as role models and support students in their quest for independent living skills, personal growth and emotional maturation. In addition to being responsible for the direct, primary care of young adults, Mentors will provide a safe and supportive environment; monitor and write treatment summaries and goals; plan, lead, and facilitate daily activities, various overnight trips, workshops and group meetings (there is room to use your strengths, interests and creativity in planning activities); and model healthy and appropriate interactions, conflict resolution, and life skills. Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree, a background working professionally with young adults struggling with diverse issues; a willingness to supervise, enforce boundaries, provide role modeling and leadership to students; and experience in outdoor skills such as hiking, rock climbing, paddling and skiing is preferred. Starting pay is based on experience; increases are possible based on performance at quarterly reviews. To begin the application process, email your resume to Patrick Devlin. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions View Facebook Page Follow on Twitter!

Dragonfly Transitions is looking for bright, self-confident and motivated people to be mentors and role models for young adults in transition to healthy living.

Are you bright, self-confident and motivated to be a mentor and role model for young adults in transition to healthy living? Dragonfly Transitions Mentors will enjoy working in a professional and fun atmosphere while being a positive influence in the lives of young adults.

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Based in Southeast Wisconsin, New Vision Wilderness is an effective and exciting alternative for struggling teens and their families.

New Vision Wilderness therapy programs combine backpacking expeditions, canoeing and more with psychotherapy in order to assess and intervene with 13-17 year old struggling teens. While allowing structured wilderness excursions to physically challenge clients, master's level clinicians intensively challenge patients in one-to-one and group therapy sessions—a unique mixture that promotes the personal growth of each client. Full-time and contract Wilderness Instructors are responsible for the day-to-day facilitation of programming, including risk management, implementation of program philosophy, student supervision, leadership and responsible decision-making, communication, and the overall care and welfare of up to 8 students. Full-time Instructors start at $25,000/year based on experience and must commit to at least one year. Contract Instructors work a flexible schedule based on programming needs and will earn a $115-$165 per diem rate. Benefits include health insurance, training and hiring stipends, paid vacation, pro deals, and, of course, paddling lakes and rivers, hiking and fishing all while healing children. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have a bachelor's degree, minimum one-year experience working in the field with at-risk youth, and strong leadership, communication and problem solving skills; WFR certified preferred. For those with a Master's degree and/or 2-3 years of experience, Full-time Wilderness Therapist, Contract Wilderness Therapist and Assistant Field Director positions are available. Job opportunities are also offered in Oregon. View contact and address information View Facebook Page View LinkedIn Page Follow on Twitter! Watch YouTube Videos

Wilderness Instructors are the front line staff that are responsible for ensuring a safe and therapeutic milieu.

Wilderness Instructors are the front line staff that are responsible for ensuring a safe and therapeutic milieu. You may work up to 21 days in the field in all New Vision Wilderness programs, including expeditions, family, school and 1:1 excursions.

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SUWS of the Carolinas, Phoenix Outdoor, SUWS Seasons and Approach: Adolescent Outdoor Programs

With four unique programs in North Carolina that are categorized by age and specific need, SUWS of the Carolinas, Phoenix Outdoor, Seasons and Approach empower at-risk students to rediscover their strengths while preparing them to become more self-reliant, sustain meaningful relationships and possess a higher level of personal integrity.

Using the outdoors as an alternative to conventional treatment environments, Wilderness Field Instructors co-lead groups of adolescents in the backcountry, accounting for 24-hour safety and supervision. Duties include teaching primitive outdoor skills, facilitating therapeutic activities and treatment goals and empowering students to take responsibility for their actions and make healthy choices.

Positions are typically summer seasonal (8-day on, 6-day off rotation), with the option to become full-time. Applicants must be at least 21 and have comfort in the backcountry and working with adolescents. A college degree is a plus; WFR or WFA is recommended, but not required. To begin the application process, email your resume and two letters of recommendation to Ted Bost. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions

SUWS of the Carolinas, Phoenix Outdoor, SUWS Seasons and Approach Wilderness Field Instructors empower students to make healthy choices and become more self-reliant.

Teach primitive outdoor skills in the Pisgah National Forest. Facilitate wilderness therapy activities. Empower students to make healthy choices and become more self-reliant. This and so much more working as a Wilderness Field Instructor for SUWS of the Carolinas.

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True North Wilderness Program: helping families chart the course for a successful future.
As a small and intimate therapeutic wilderness program located in the Mad River Valley of central Vermont, True North Wilderness Program provides personalized therapeutic interventions for adolescents ages 14-17 and for young adults ages 18-22 in a wilderness environment. Wilderness Therapy Guides will provide 24-hour supervision, develop healthy and supportive relationships with students, teach outdoor and primitive living skills, and participate as part of a therapeutic treatment team. Two guides work directly with a group of up to 6 students with an 8-day on, 6-day off work schedule. Compensation starts at $130 per day during the Evaluation Period (28 field days), $135 for Level One, up to $200 per day. Benefits include an IRA with up to a 3% match, health insurance eligibility with $200 per month of premium paid, extensive pro deals, and paid WFR recertification course. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age with a bachelor's degree, comfortable working and living in a wilderness setting, and possess current WFR & CPR certification. If you are a highly motivated individual who has experience working with adolescents and a desire to inspire and mentor at-risk teens, email your cover letter, resume and 3 references (include phone & email) to the Field Department. View contact and address information View Google Map & Get Directions

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True North is now interviewing and inviting people to join their next hiring seminar.

At True North, they have assembled a small, supportive, and close-knit community of gifted individuals who have come together to provide an inspiring and nurturing experience for their students and families.

As a True North Wilderness Therapy Guide you will create unique experiences for your students that integrates the development of interpersonal and life skills, small group living, experiential activities, daily journal writing and personal reflection, and adventure-based expeditions.

National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs

Hot News Alert The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) serves as a national resource for programs and professionals assisting young people beleaguered by emotional and behavioral difficulties. Members include therapeutic schools, residential treatment programs, wilderness programs, outdoor therapeutic programs, young adult programs, and home-based residential programs.

Aspen Education Group

Hot News Alert As one of the largest and most comprehensive network of therapeutic schools and programs for struggling or underachieving young people, Aspen Education Group services range from short-term intervention programs to residential treatment, and include a variety of therapeutic interventions including boarding schools, wilderness therapy, residential treatment, special needs summer camps, and weight loss programs.

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