Outdoor mental health and wellbeing

Our strength: a specialized clinical team
Our programs are designed based on the latest current research, and conducted by trained and supervised specialized staff, allowing the experience being meaningful and transformative for the participants. Our programs follow strong ethical guidelines, and all participants take part voluntarily and with informed consent.
Clinical staff
Our therapeutic programs are based on the highest quality standards. All members of our Clinical team have master’s degrees, with significant international professional history specializing in the treatment of adolescents, young adults, and families. Our therapists are trained in the most current and research-proven methods, rooted in Humanistic and Positive Psychology. Clinical team attends international professional conferences and training to keep apprised of the latest treatment methods and evidence-based practices.
Family therapy
Family systems theory suggests that we try to understand an individual not in isolation but as a part of his or her family. Overall, family therapy aims to promote positive change and growth within the family system, fostering greater understanding, cohesion, and resilience among its members. It can be effective for a wide range of issues and is often used in conjunction with individual therapy or other forms of treatment. Online family-parent sessions are scheduled accompanying the process of change of the participants, and a family end-meeting is always standard in our Pathfinder program. In our Burgee program, the whole family system is on a program, accompanied by a family therapist.
Follow up
Therapeutic follow-up refers to the ongoing monitoring and support provided to individuals who are receiving mental health treatment. It involves regular appointments or check-ins with a therapist, psychiatrist, or other mental health professionals to assess progress, address any concerns or challenges, and make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan. The frequency and format of therapeutic follow-up can vary depending on the individual’s needs and the type of treatment they are receiving. It may involve individual therapy sessions, group therapy, medication management appointments, or a combination of these approaches. Therapeutic follow-up plays a crucial role in ensuring that individuals receive the support they need to effectively manage their mental health conditions and achieve their treatment goals. It provides opportunities for feedback, education, and collaboration between the individual and their treatment team, ultimately promoting better outcomes and overall well-being.
Create your Change therapeutic interventions are guided by these values
  1. Compassion: Demonstrating empathy, understanding, and kindness towards individuals who are experiencing mental health challenges.
  2. Respect: Treating individuals with dignity, honoring their autonomy, and valuing their unique perspectives and experiences.
  3. Collaboration: Working collaboratively with clients, families, and other professionals to develop and implement treatment plans that meet the individual’s needs and goals.
  4. Empowerment: Supporting individuals to make informed decisions about their care, encouraging autonomy, and fostering self-efficacy and resilience.
  5. Non-judgmental attitude: Maintaining an open-minded and accepting stance towards individuals, regardless of their background, beliefs, or behaviors.
  6. Confidentiality: Respecting the privacy and confidentiality of client information, adhering to ethical and legal standards regarding the disclosure of sensitive information.
  7. Cultural competence: Recognizing and respecting the cultural, social, and linguistic diversity of clients, and adapting treatment approaches to be culturally responsive and inclusive.
  8. Advocacy: Promoting social justice, equity, and access to mental health services for all individuals, and advocating for policies and systems that support mental health and well-being.
These values serve as guiding principles for our mental health professionals in their practice and interactions with clients, helping to ensure ethical and effective care.