The roles and tasks of an Adventure and Nature therapist are dependent on the contexts and frameworks of the fields of work and action in which they operate (e.g. as a specialist therapist or a complementary therapist).
This training explores the competencies of mental health professionals and covers experience-specific skills and contents. These are the main competencies you will develop in this training:
Knowledge and skills regarding clinical disorders, abnormalities, and dysfunctional behaviors, and their treatment options, including their possible impacts during adventure therapy interventions.
Process design and process support for individuals and groups within the therapeutic relationship, including the therapeutic atmosphere. This includes knowledge, skills, and competencies for interdisciplinary cooperation and collaboration; risk and safety management; and a knowledge and understanding of relevant legal matters.
*you cannot combine different discounts