During a teen’s stay in Wilderness Therapy, everyday troubles and anxieties are left behind and teens are often able to open up for the first time. Often emotions are brought out as a student’s true feelings come through the walls that they use to mask these feelings. These walls also tend to be barriers for learning and for communication with loved ones. At Outback, we help teens learn to let their feelings go as it is an important part of the healing process, and it allows the student to begin to rebuild. Here our Field Guide, Kelsi discusses some of these poignant moments.