Family Coaching Services

Family Coaching Services

Sky’s the Limit Fund (STLF) offers this comprehensive coaching service, to clinically approved families, to help the youth and family with the transition from wilderness therapy back into the home. Our service is led by two trained STLF Family Coaches and includes:

    • 12 weeks of support with your Family Coach
    • Curriculum packet of psycho-education and assignments to help integrate learning
    • Weekly phone calls with your Family Coach
    • Collaboration with past and current mental health professionals
    • Support in creating a home care team for your family

Our hands-on approach helps guide your family towards a healthier, functioning, family system by supporting and expanding on the new skills you acquired during wilderness therapy.

Our friendly Family Coaches have years of experience in wilderness therapy, transitional support care, and traditional therapeutic care. Please click on their image to view their bio on our website.

STLF grant recipient families receive the Family Coaching Service free of charge. This service is also offered to non-grant recipient families for a reasonable fee. For more information or to apply, please contact grants@stlfgives.org.

“I can’t thank STLF enough for the family coaching we received. It was, by far, the most beneficial part of our emotional roller coaster we had been on since we sent our daughter away to a wilderness program. Our family coach was so wonderful to us. Her guidance was spot on and without her I don’t think we would have made the changes that were so important for our daughter’s success moving forward. Our coach gave us the necessary tools to change the dynamics of our household; she made us realize our weaknesses in our parenting skills and helped us perfect them in a very caring way. Knowing she was there in times of question was extremely beneficial. I just can’t say enough about what you have done for our family!”

                                                                                                                          ~ parent of 16 year old wilderness graduate