OpentraX is revolutionising therapy through a blend of adventure and expert allied health care. Our personalised programs are designed for NDIS participants, individuals navigating mental health challenges, WorkCover cases, and those seeking a transformative and engaging therapeutic experience. Our team of practitioners consists of skilled allied health professionals committed to delivering customised programs that cater to each person’s unique needs.
An OpentraX Adventure Therapy Program is like a toolbox that helps participants build the skills they need to succeed. Just as a toolbox contains a variety of tools for different purposes, our programs provide participants with the support, resources, and strategies they need to develop the skills and tools they need to navigate life’s challenges and achieve their goals.
How to Apply
Embark on your OpentraX journey by completing the registration form below. Our team will contact you to discuss your specific requirements and guide you towards the ideal program. We embrace diversity and have designed our programs to accommodate many clients, including those with neurodiversity, ASD, ADHD, mental health struggles, challenging behaviours, etc. OpentraX participants get more out of their therapy sessions than most.
Our practitioners hold Bachelor’s and Masters’s degrees in their respective fields, with specialised training in adventure therapy modalities.
The OpentraX Experience
OpentraX fosters a nurturing and enjoyable environment guided by our team of allied health professionals. Our adventure therapy programs cultivate social, physical, mental, problem-solving, confidence, and self-awareness skills while maintaining a sense of fun and engagement. The outcomes are nothing short of extraordinary.
Our Adventure Therapy Programs can be like a bridge that helps participants cross over to a better future. Just as a bridge connects two points and helps people move forward, our programs provide participants with the support and resources to move past obstacles, cross over to a better future, and achieve their dreams.
The Application Process
- Complete and submit the form on this page
- Our team will review your submission and be in touch to discuss your needs.
- Submit an Application Form.
- Schedule and complete an initial assessment (IAx) which takes about 1.5-2.5 hours with the participant.
- Our practitioners will then spend 4-6 hours tailoring the program, integrating goals, needs, and specific outcomes to create the ultimate experience. However, we generally cap this at 4 hours total (exclusive of travel) for the IAx, as our focus is on participant outcomes rather than profit.
- Sign and return the Service Agreement.
- Begin your OpentraX adventure therapy journey, building your capacity to live a fulfilled life even if you have a condition, disability, or other challenges that sometimes make it a struggle.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Benefits of Adventure Therapy
Adventure therapy is an innovative approach to therapy that offers a range of benefits for individuals of all ages and abilities. Some of the key benefits of adventure therapy include:
- Improved mental health and wellbeing
- Increased physical activity and fitness
- Enhanced problem-solving and decision-making skills
- Improved social skills and communication
- Increased self-awareness and confidence
- Development of coping strategies and resilience
- Opportunities for personal growth and transformation
OpentraX Adventure Therapy Programs are designed to maximise these benefits, providing participants with the support and resources they need to achieve their goals and unlock their full potential.
In the past, OpentraX has worked with clients who have received funding from government grants to participate in our adventure therapy programs. These grants have been provided by various state and territory governments and community organisations and have supported clients with a range of conditions and challenges, such as mental health struggles, physical disabilities, and chronic health conditions. The funding has been used to cover the cost of the program, making it more accessible to those who may not have been able to afford it otherwise.