DISCOVER YOUR PATH. DISCOVER YOUR PURPOSE. DISCOVER YOUR LIFE

 

  
 

Person to Person

WinGate therapists and field staff never allow
judgments, labels, or diagnoses interfere with what
we have in common—our humanity. It’s our absolute
respect for every adolescent, young adult, and family
we work with that sets our short-term wilderness-
therapy program apart.

Inside Out

Working with highly resistant teens and young adults
is hard! So it's understandable that most programs
rely on level systems, rewards, punishments, and
other behavioral techniques to manage client
behavior. But these approaches fail to respect the
dignity, individuality, and humanity of young people
and don’t lead to lasting change. Wingate operates
from the understanding that healing must come from
the inside out, not the outside in.

Alliance Based Therapy

Our powerful alliance-based treatment approach
relies on connection, trust, and respect to inspire
internally motivated change—the kind that lasts a
lifetime. This research-validated approach to
wilderness-based treatment makes our work more
difficult, but it makes our work work! In our serene
and distraction-free wilderness setting, we can help
even the most treatment-resistant adolescents and
young adults find their way forward to hope and
healing.

 

WinGate Wilderness Therapy Program for Troubled Teens & Young Adults

Wilderness Therapy Programs TeensWinGate Wilderness Therapy is a premier wilderness therapy program for troubled teens and young adults, which offer hope and healing. WinGate is designed for troubled teens and young adults, offering two distinctly separate wilderness programs addressing the needs of two very different age groups. For immediate help call 800-560-1599.

Its our desire to assist, guide, and coach parents of struggling children through a very difficult time. We are here to serve - there is hope - and you are not alone. We can help by bringing forth life changing results. Call and speak with our Admissions Department to begin your journey of restoration.

With over 80 years of collective experience with wilderness therapy programs, we know how to help troubled teens and struggling young adults find a new direction and purpose in life. We are considered a therapeutic transitional living program were we teach independent living skills that lead to a healthy balanced life.

We have served thousands of boys and girls, and young adults over the years. Our track record is proven with life changing results. Troubled teens can grow to be healthy adults, and struggling young adults can emerge as strong people who are motivated to succeed.

There Is Hope | We Can Help | Life Changing Results

Essentially, our synergistic approach combines the life-changing elements of a wilderness experience with the best of proven therapeutic practices. There are no words that properly capture or describe the magical transformation that our students experience while addressing their issues in a wilderness setting.

Our goal is to bring forth peace and restore emotional health. The purpose is to see your struggling boy or girl transition into adulthood, living independently as a strong person. The way to achieve the restoration is to harness the power of the wilderness. Why Wilderness? Troubled Teens and Young Adults.

WinGate Wilderness Therapy Program

WinGate Wilderness Therapy Program was created to lead the family back to a pathway of harmony and balance, replacing resistance with responsiveness. If you are a parent of a troubled teen, or struggling young adult, please feel free to call and speak with our Admissions Team and start the healing process today.

The WinGate outdoor therapy experience offers a pathway to Hope and Healing. We know the emotional turmoil you, the parent of a troubled child, are experiencing... the pain, the frustration, the heartache, the chaos, as well as the longing for internal peace and tranquility.

You may find yourself wondering if your life will ever get to a state of harmony and if you will ever have a positive relationship with your child again. We are here to say "there-is-hope" and you will find it through our wilderness therapeutic outdoor adventure.

The results are nothing short of life changing

At WinGate, our young people will have the opportunity to reconnect with their true self in a challenging and caring environment. As you read and learn more about our breakthrough wilderness therapy programs, you’ll come to understand why WinGate is setting a new standard in wilderness therapy that gives families a deep sense of emotional relief in the context of unconditional help and support. Together, we can make a life-changing difference in your family.

  • Reuniting Families... Restoring the Family
  • Creating Opportunities for Real Change... And Exponential Growth
  • Serve the Entire Family... Providing Life Saving Therapeutic Intervention
  • Lower Resistance to Change... Leading to Deep Substantial Long-Lasting Change
 

Our Students - Common Reasons for Therapeutic Intervention

The Wingate Wilderness Therapy program provides safe and proven therapeutic intervention for boys and girls. We work with adolescents, ages 13 through 18, and young adults 18 to 26, who are struggling with a range of behavioral and emotional issues. We work effectively with even the most treatment-resistant teens and young adults. Broadly speaking, our client's specific concerns fall into several categories including:

  • Academic Underachievement - Failure to Launch
  • Lack of Motivation / Direction
  • Family Conflict - Resistance to Authority
  • Oppositional Behaviors - Defiant Disorders
  • Depression - Anger Management
  • Learning Differences - Attention Deficits / Inattention
  • Negative Peer Groups - Poor Self-Esteem
  • Anxiety - Mood Instability
  • Substance Abuse - Addiction - Addictive Behaviors
  • Traits of Personality Disorders
  • Obsessive / Compulsive Behaviors
  • Eating Disorders - Body Image Distortion
  • Adoption - Identity Issues - Bereavement / Loss
  • Reaction to Traumatic Experiences
 

Our Goal at WinGate Wilderness Therapy is to Help Facilitate Change That Will Last a Lifetime

Our goal is to provide immediate and lasting solutions to your child's problems. At WinGate Wilderness Therapy, you can rest assured that your child will receive appropriate treatment in a caring and professional environment. Please don't hesitate to call 800-560-1599 to speak with a representative and learn more about your child's possible solution to their struggles.

Wilderness Therapy Programs for Troubled Teens and Young Adults

 

Call 1-800-560-1599 or email us now to confidentially discuss your situation with an experienced treatment professional and to see if Wingate is right for your family.

 

WinGate Wilderness Therapy Program was formed by a group of seasoned professionals who have teamed up to become owners and operators of an innovative wilderness program, based on solid wilderness therapy principles. WinGate combines clinical expertise, the best practices of wilderness therapy, and an unmatched approach to treatment to produce lasting and internalized change. Wingate serves both troubled teens and struggling young adults. WinGate is the best wilderness therapy program with residential therapy and behavioral therapy for troubled boys and girls, as well as for struggling young men and young women. Designed to restore young people struggling with issues such as; anger, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention deficit, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), substance abuse, depression, reactive attachment disorder (RAD), intermittent explosive disorder (IED), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, self-harm, or rebellion, just to name a few. Located in Southern Utah, in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument we have served families from all over the US. Most of our parents and students come from California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina.