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Team Building in the Applegate

Wednesday, 5. June 2019

By: Alyssa Pimentel A group of Dragonfly young adults and staff recently packed up their gear and traveled to Jackson Campground in Jacksonville, OR over the Memorial Day weekend. The group arrived late Friday afternoon, set up camp, and explored the Applegate River. Saturday was dedicated to team building and creating connection within the group….

Adventuring to Wilderness Treatment Programs

Thursday, 2. May 2019

Co-founder of Dragonfly Transitions, Glenn White, recently traveled to Utah to connect with a handful of Wilderness Therapy programs.  It’s always great to meet with colleagues and witness first-hand the incredible work happening in wilderness treatment. An estimated 75% of Dragonfly students start their journey with a wilderness program. It’s useful for Dragonfly to remain…

Spring Break Adventures!

Friday, 12. April 2019

Dragonfly students recently returned from spring break trips where they adventured around Southern Oregon and Northern California.  These trips provide a great opportunity for exploring nature, connecting with peers and feeling refreshed before returning to continue their school year. Here are some photos and highlights from the adventures shared by Dragonfly students and trip leaders. …

Brainspotting: Highlights From a Recent Training

Monday, 11. March 2019

By: Jackie Currie, MA, LPCI, NCC  When I was a wilderness therapy field guide, I worked with a young adult who struggled every day in finding purpose and connecting with his family. I watched this student go into a Brainspotting session with his therapist and was amazed at what I witnessed. Every day thereafter of his…

Journey Within: A Solo Experience

Friday, 22. February 2019

By: Anne Purkerson, MA  A group of Dragonfly young adults recently had the opportunity to participate in a solo experience near Mt. Shasta.  Solos are individual in nature.  Students decide to go on the journey for various reasons, but the overall purpose is for individuals to sit with themselves alone in nature. They confront the discomfort that may arise while reflecting on…