Trails Momentum is excited to announce the completion of exit surveys highlighting student progress. Exit survey results demonstrate the positive impact of our wilderness therapy program for young adults.
Survey results show that 95% of graduating students leave Momentum feeling that they are better at setting goals and accomplishing them, and now also better at communicating their feelings to others. Additionally, 90% of students reported feeling more confident in themselves. Whether dealing with anxiety, depression, or other mental health challenges, Trails Momentum can help young adults gain confidence in themselves and prepare for the journey ahead.
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The exit surveys measured improvements in communication skills, goal setting, confidence, and relationship building. These included communication skills, goal setting, confidence, and relationship building. As part of our life skills programming, students are encouraged to take personal responsibility for their lives and work on the issues that are keeping them from launching into adulthood. Our clinicians work with them on communication and relationship skills, teaching them tools they can use in their daily lives to build confidence in themselves and create healthy relationships.
A new student testimonial video highlighting a recent graduate’s experience has just been released in addition to the exit surveys. The graduate, Emily, and her parents decided on Trails Momentum after her anxiety became so overwhelming that she could not leave the house. In the video, she discusses her story, her time in the program, and her relationship with her therapist, Jordan Siegel MSW, LCSW.