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Wilderness Weekly

Every week we post notes and updates from the field so parents can follow along and know what their teen experienced during the previous week. Click below to read our most recent update, or dive into previous reports to get a sense of what life is like at Outback.

Wilderness Weekly 1.14.22

Photo Credit: Ebonee, Meg, Ryan – Field Guide Team@ outBACK Goannas: The week began with an elder Goanna known to us as Resilient Monarch,  prepare

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Wilderness Weekly 1.7.22

Photo Credit: Rosalie – Clinical Support Therapist @ outBACK Goannas: Between stellar starry nights, snow covered landscapes, pastel shaded sunrises, and watercolor sunsets, the group

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Wilderness Weekly 12.30.21

Photo Credit: Rosalie – outBACK Clinical Support Specialist Goannas: The Goannas worked well hiking, building skills, and camp chores throughout the week. Christmas eve filled

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MENTAL HEALTH ARTICLES

Browse the articles and resources our mental health experts created to help parents and families of struggling teens.

Being Seen

Being Seen In The “Belonging” Framework: Trevor Allen The past two weeks we have been focused on the theme of Belonging and weaving in ways

Effects of divorce on teenagers | Outback Therapeutic Expeditions

The Effects of Divorce on Teenagers

Divorce is quite common and any teen might take it hard. Find out the best way to help your teen deal with all the effects of divorce in the most healthy and positive ways.

Desert Dining: Baked Beans

Each student is given the same ingredients out here in the desert, but what they are able to make with them can vary greatly. Check

COVID-19 Update

Outback Therapeutic Expeditions is continuing to support families through this unprecedented time. We are closely monitoring information related to COVID-19, adhering to recommendations set forth by CDC, and have implemented additional safety precautions to mitigate risks. To learn more, contact us at 800-817-1899.