The Crucial Role of Experiential Activities, Challenge, and Competition in Treating Young Men

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Over the last 25 years, we have seen firsthand how the approach and practices to help young men carve out a pathway to recovery have evolved. Beyond traditional talk therapy, there's been a growing recognition of the role that experiential learning, challenge, and competition play in the therapeutic process. Young men tend to express and process their emotions differently, and they are particularly responsive to hands-on experiences that engage both their minds and bodies.
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