The Fly Program’s approach to our programs are derived through ‘adventure therapy’ practises. Adventure therapy facilitating programs in, or through outdoor experiences to help participants embrace psychological and/or behavioural therapeutic change through intervention at both an individual and group level.
A unique, holistic approach, adventure therapy integrates aspects of a range of therapeutic approaches (cognitive, behavioural, systemic, existential, and psychodynamic to name a few) to develop a diverse program which engages team members in natural environments on cognitive, affective and behavioural levels. It empowers participants through the provision of fun and engaging activities, which are challenging yet attainable, and are sequenced to build a sense of self-efficacy and outdoor values within participants. The individual meanings derived from programs are aimed to be continued by participants in their work environment, individual and social worlds.