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Tuesday October 22nd, 2019 - 2:54 pm

Many thanks to Summit Achievement for hosting our UNH students last week. Grateful for our OBH community.We enjoyed hosting Dr. Mike Gass and his students from the University of New Hampshire’s Therapeutic Adventure class for a day of learning about the Summit model of wilderness therapy. We do all we can to help teach others about wilderness therapy.
#summitachievement, #storiesfromwildernesstherapy, #obhcouncil, #rxoffthecouch
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Many thanks to Summit Achievement for hosting our UNH students last week. Grateful for our OBH community.

Tuesday October 15th, 2019 - 5:29 pm

Congrats to Dr. Bobbi Beale, OBH Center Affiliated Researcher, on being selected by AEE as the Michael Stratton Practitioner of the Year. Her work on trauma informed adventure therapy is changing lives across Ohio and beyond!Congratulations, Bobbi! 👏 ... See MoreSee Less

Congrats to Dr. Bobbi Beale, OBH Center Affiliated Researcher, on being selected by AEE as the Michael Stratton Practitioner of the Year. Her work on trauma informed adventure therapy is changing lives across Ohio and beyond!

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Yes, I agree with Mike. Congrats again.

Bobbi! I so respect and appreciate you and love that you are being honored this way!

Bobbi - You are simply awesome...and so much more. An award that is so appropriate and long overdue! :-)😁

Tuesday September 10th, 2019 - 12:15 pm

Congratulations to Dr. Lee Gillis and Dr. Keith Russell, OBH Center Research Scientists, for their recent publication addressing opioid use and OBH treatment. Click below for access to this article.
natsap.org/pdf_files/JTSP/VOL11/11_ARTICLE_8.pdf
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Congratulations to Dr. Lee Gillis and Dr. Keith Russell, OBH Center Research Scientists, for their recent publication addressing opioid use and OBH treatment. Click below for access to this article.
https://natsap.org/pdf_files/JTSP/VOL11/11_ARTICLE_8.pdf

Monday August 26th, 2019 - 11:39 am

Congratulations to Dr. Anita Tucker, Associate Director of the OBH Center, the 2019 recipient of the OBH Council Eagle Award for her impact on the field of Wilderness Therapy. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Dr. Anita Tucker, Associate Director of the OBH Center, the 2019 recipient of the OBH Council Eagle Award for her impact on the field of Wilderness Therapy.Image attachment

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Awesome news!

The community is blessed to have you.. Congrats! 🙂

Congrats 😊🙌

I'm a peer support worker and do Reiki in Alberta, Canada and want very much to get into Forest Bathing and then use this skill to pass onto others and help them in their journey's- do you have any places or recommendations for me to get get training? Thank you.

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