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Putting a Philosophy for Adventure Therapy into Practice. Dr Stephan Natynczuk My Big Adventure CIC www.mybigadventure.org.uk. Origins. Experience and theory. Evolving and adapting. Finding a process that works. A process that works well enough. Easy philosophy and techniques Adaptable

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Putting a philosophy for adventure therapy into practice

Putting a Philosophy for Adventure Therapy into Practice

Dr Stephan Natynczuk

My Big Adventure CIC

www.mybigadventure.org.uk


Origins

Origins


Experience and theory

Experience and theory


Evolving and adapting

Evolving and adapting


Finding a process that works

Finding a process that works


A process that works well enough

A process that works well enough

  • Easy philosophy and techniques

  • Adaptable

  • Suitable for coaching and counselling

  • Fits around adventure activities


Building on competencies

Building on competencies


Adventure links duty of care

Adventure links: Duty of care


Adventure links leave no trace

Adventure links: Leave no trace


Adventure links navigation

Adventure links: Navigation


Therapeutic relationship

Therapeutic relationship


The first session

The first session


Some elements

Some elements

  • Problem free talk

  • Climate of competence

  • Contracting

  • Attentive listening

  • Future focus

  • Solution forced or solution focused?


Ongoing

Ongoing


All in the conversation

All in the conversation


All in the conversation1

All in the conversation

  • Co-constructing a preferred future

  • Best hopes

  • What would be noticed?

  • Details, details, details…

  • Other person perspectives

  • Instances

  • Differences

  • Instead

  • On a scale

  • Positive appraisal and appreciative feedback


Supervision

Supervision

  • Review and reflect on practice

  • Staying within boundaries of best practice

  • Protect practitioners and clients

  • Safe for off-loading

  • Support for practitioner development

  • Emotional support

  • Prevention of practitioner burnout


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