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Suggested Reading

We highly recommend the following resources for continued education on adventure therapy.

  • Ajango, Deb. (2005). Lessons Learned II: Using Case Studies and History to Improve Safety Education. Eagle River, AK: SafetyEd.
  • Bandaroff, Scott & Newes, Sandra, (Eds.) (2004). Coming of Age: The Evolving Field of Adventure Therapy. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.
  • Itin, Christian. (1998). Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy, International Perspectives: Proceedings of the 1st International Adventure Therapy Conference: Perth, Australia. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.
  • Louv, Richard. (2006). Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit disorder. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin books of Chapel Hill.
  • Priest, Simon & Gass, Michael. (2005). Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming, 2nd Edition. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
  • Richards, K., & Smith, B., (Eds.), Therapy Within Adventure: Proceedings of the Second International Adventure Therapy Conference. Augsburg, Germany: ZIEL.
  • Rohnke, Karl. (1984). Silver Bullets: A Guide to Initiative Problems, Adventure Games and Trust Activities. A Project Adventure publication in cooperation with Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; Dubuque, IA
  • Schoel, Jim & Maizell, Richard. (2002). **Exploring Islands of Healing: New Perspectives on Adventure Based Counseling. Beverly, MA: Project Adventure.
  • Gass, Michael. (1993). Adventure Therapy: Therapeutic Applications of Adventure Programming. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; Dubuque, IA

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Nonprofit Organizations
Over the years we have provided programs for the following local nonprofit organizations:

Outdoor Outfitters
Over the years the following outdoor outfitters have shared their time, space, and resources to help us provide programming: