The Use of Adventure Therapy Techniques by Clinical Social Workers: Implications for Practice and Training

The Use of Adventure Therapy Techniques by Clinical Social Workers: Implications for Practice and Training Adventure therapy, an experiential intervention that combines outdoor, adventure based activities and group process, is used in direct practice by clinical social workers; however, it is unclear to what extent clinical social workers are actually utilizing these techniques. read more…  […]

Adventure Therapy Effects on Self-concept – A Meta-analysis

Adventure Therapy Effects on Self-concept – A Meta-analysis Self-concept change has been proposed as a key driver of behavioral change through adventure therapy (Hans, 2000). Through exploratory moderator analysis we tried to identify process variables that influence the effect of adventure therapy on self-concept to contribute to a deeper understanding of why and when adventure […]