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 Wilderness Therapy Program for Troubled Teens and At-Risk Youth

Within every child is a seed of greatness...

Recognized internationally for its caring and effective approach, ANASAZI Foundation is a non-profit (501c3)
intervention resource that helps to restore and strengthen parent-child relationships.

ANASAZI's licensed and Joint Commission-accredited, outdoor behavioral healthcare services are ideal for
adolescents (12-17) and young adults (18+) struggling with lack of motivation, defiance, mild mood disorders,
drug and alcohol experimentation, internet addiction, entitlement issues, and other self-defeating behaviors.
We offer six-week wilderness-based, residential treatment programs rooted in the belief that all young
people-regardless of their struggles or at-risk choices-possess an inherent "seed of greatness." This idea
permeates our philosophy and our evidence-based therapeutic approach, which addresses the biological,
psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of a child's life.

Requirement:  Students must have successfully completed Psychology 350 and 365.
To apply contact:  Samuel Clay at clays@byui.ed 
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