Volume 13, Issue 1, 2021

Preface
I suppose coming from a blue-collar, ‘If you want it done right, do it yourself’ family has a little to do with the ‘cowboy’ in me. And honestly, it still seems so natural to just dig right in, get both hands dirty, barge through a task, and proudly...
Fight or Flight
This article is a report of both qualitative interviews with NATSAP programs and clients as well as quantitative and other data from 41 NATSAP programs responding to questions about current conditions at their programs related to the COVID-19 Pandemi...
Investigating Resiliency Among Students
The purpose of this article is to investigate resiliency found in students with emotional disturbance who grew up in underserved urban communities and served in therapeutic, residential or day treatment programs. Researchers employed a grounded theor...
NATSAP Collaboration and Interoperability
NATSAP and the modern patient safety quality care movement both began in 1999. NATSAP's founders created the context for collaboration in an effort to improve safety and care quality, as demonstrated in NATSAP's ethical practice standards and in NATS...
Trauma-Related Distress Among Staff
There is a dearth of research in the field of outdoor behavioral healthcare on the direct care staff at wilderness therapy programs, known as field staff. Some research has identified direct care staff as particularly susceptible to burnout and high...
Developmental-Relational Model
Over the past decade child, youth, and family mental health agencies have begun to undertake research to understand best practice care. The current paper outlines a developmental-relational model of research co-creation to guide agencies and academic...
AT SUD Treatment
This study examines influential factors for client Adventure Therapy Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment at Enviros Shunda Creek. To better understand the influence of factors like mindfulness and age of onset on treatment progression, analyses ar...