Greg Ostler

The Next Step: What Comes After Wilderness Therapy?

By Greg Ostler / July 2, 2021

After completing wilderness therapy, many young adult women turn to the therapeutic wellness program at Skyterra Embrace to continue their journey toward a healthy mind, body and spirit. The unique therapeutic wellness program at Skyterra Embrace is designed for young women ages 18 to 29 who desire growth and independence. Parents contact our program to…

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Is Wilderness Therapy the Right Therapeutic Program for Your Young Adult Daughter?

By Greg Ostler / July 2, 2021

At Skyterra Embrace, we often hear from parents who are seeking support for their struggling young adult daughter. Parents who contact our program typically have extreme concern for their young adult daughter and seek expert help for a wide range of difficulties and levels of care.  These challenges are commonly social, emotional, and/or behavioral difficulties…

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Struggling with difficult family relationship dynamics? You could be part of an enmeshed family.

By Greg Ostler / March 12, 2021

What is enmeshment? Enmeshment is a psychological concept that describes relationships between two or more family members with unclear personal boundaries, often leading to deep emotional pain. Many people don’t realize that they are part of an enmeshed family because it is almost always unintentional. People do realize the deep emotional pain that exists within…

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How to have a healthier relationship with your phone

By Greg Ostler / February 17, 2021

Independence and life as an emerging adult is full of challenges, and there is one constant that remains: technology.  Cell phones are not going away, and technology is taking over our time and attention. Excessive phone use is a problem for many people, both as an addiction and as an impulse control issue. Whether you…

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The 12 Must-Read Books for Parents of Young Adults

By Greg Ostler / February 4, 2021

The key to forming long-lasting relationships with your adult children comes down to something very simple: understanding. Understanding your adult children will open doors to critical conversations and will convey the love and support you want to provide, which your young adult craves. All of us, no matter the age, struggle to connect with others…

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