PSY 334 Experiential/Adventure Therapy

This course will introduce students to adventure
and experiential therapies, which incorporate fun
and engaging activities (e.g., rock climbing,
songwriting, paddleboarding) to facilitate
experiences of personal growth,
relationship-building, and improved resilience. In
this course, students will not only learn about
relevant theory and research, but will also
directly participate in and facilitate a variety
of experiential activities. This is an ideal
course for those seeking to learn more about
psychology, counseling, and human service via fun
and innovative techniques. A significant portion
of class will be spent directly engaged in
physically-active and socially-demanding tasks,
though students of all physical ability levels are
welcome and encouraged.




Take PSY-105 or PSY-203 or PSY-227.


Annual Spring Semester