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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

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
some elements
Some elements
  • Problem free talk
  • Climate of competence
  • Contracting
  • Attentive listening
  • Future focus
  • Solution forced or solution focused?
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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