Bush Adventure Therapy is a diverse field of practice combining adventure and outdoor environments with the intention to achieve therapeutic outcomes for those involved.
The Australian Association for Bush Adventure Therapy Inc. is a professional body for practitioners who have an interest in supporting, developing and promoting the field of Bush Adventure Therapy in Australia. The breadth of our work is guided by our intended actions document. We encourage interested persons to connect with the association and get involved in the many areas of work the association is engaged with.
Recent Community News
Recent community news draws in posts and conversations from our Facebook and Twitter accounts. This news feed is offered for the purpose of sharing information amongst the bush adventure therapy community. AABAT give no guarantee as to the accuracy of information provided. It is provided as is and users are encouraged to assess its usefulness on a case by case basis.
Recent editions of AABAT eNews are available here: https://aabat.org.au/enews-archive/
·Licola Wilderness Village, Jamieson Road, Licola Vic 3858
·2 days: 23&24 Aug 2017, 8am to ...
'Trauma Focussed Adventure Therapy' is a two-day training designed for Therapists, Youth Workers, Behaviour Support Teachers, Teacher Aides, Chaplains, and others ...
Adventure Works (AW) are pleased ...
Our Newsletter. Find out about the Forum, some of our committee, workshops and employment opportunities
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AABAT Autumn E-news
AABAT Annual General Meeting
This post is to let you know about the AABAT AGM that we have coming up at the Annual Forum on April 22nd, 2017 at 1:15pm.
AABAT was incorporated as a not-for-profit association in ...
End of the Year e-news. Don't get the email? sign up at aabat.org.au
Some great speakers are lined up for next year’s AABAT Forum, including the founder of Candlebark School, renown author John Marsden. Set up in 2006, Candlebark ...