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Sailaday OK – Life changing therapy at sea

Sailaday OK supports marine based adventure therapy to help adults, their families and young persons recover from the consequences of addictions, abuse and other trauma .

Our unique evidence based therapeutic model promotes positive personal change through practical expereince. To reduce disadvantage and social exclusion  by provision of therapeutic sailing  & Educate therapists and skippers in the benefits of therapeutic sailing.


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Report 2015

Report 2015

An ongoing programme of Marine Adventure Therapy. 2015 
Male and female groups of 4 at a time for 4 days and nights per session.
We have exceeded our projected outcome of residential sessions. Days/nights at sea
6 session inc. (2 RATs 9 mentors) of 4 day sessions Untill october 31
Jan feb no sailing but work for volunteers on the boat and mangeing charity buisness
I am happy with all the outcomes achieved
There have been some important therapeutic developments
We have continued to explore and develop the use of 'Blind Helming' and night sailing as a powerful therapeutic tool and developed the ‘a walk in the woods’ part of the programme, all as a means to achieve many of our outcomes outlined for Big L, learning new skills, improved self esteem, improved self reliance, positive experience of team work and co-operation produces a more positive attitude toward relationships,

see below link to data information from pre and post assements 

Data report 2014.15.docx

Evaluation data 2014

Data from evaluations of sessions 2013/14

New WellBeing Data measures chnages made in the 4 day residential. See the star question assesment form 

 These are all measuring really succesful work very positive outcomes

Data links below are End of session Evaluation Data

Wellbeing Star pre and post session assesment Data

data 13.14.pdf

wellbeing adat 13.14.pdf


returnees group july 2013

Dear Richard thank you for an amazing time and feel since leaving the boat I have entered into a new chapter in my life and thank you for helping me turn the page and can't thank you enough for the last couple of days

Many thanks james 

data evaluation 2011/12

Charts and data from sessional evlautions 2011/12

Click on read  more and then click on link

Evaluation 2011/12 Qualatitve data

Qualatitive Data from evaluation reports 2011/12

Qualitative Evaluation 2010/11 Report

Report prepared for SAILADAY OK 2012

Qualitative Evaluation 2010/11 Report

Dr Katherine Ashbullby, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth & European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School. 

– Evaluation Statistics Graphs; September 2010 to September 2011’

 Evaluation Statistics Graphs and pie; September 2010 to September 2011
These are results fro question 1 to 9 completed by particpoants on completion of each 4 day/nigh session.

Beneficeries Quantitive text feedback 2010/11
Quantitive Evaluation of Wilderness Therapy Treatment

Quantitive feedback 2010/11

Qualitive feedback from wilderness therapy participants evaluation reports completed after sessions from September 2010 to October 2011.

The data shows very positive results after 4 day/nights of wilderness therapy at sea sessions throughout the period with Sailaday ok. Click on pdf to read text and statictcs


Quantitive Evaluation of Wilderness Therapy 2010/11

Quantitive feedback 2010/11

 Quantitive feedback from wilderness therapy participants evaluation reports completed after sessions from September 2010 to October 2011.

Pie and bar charts of our projected and achieved outcomes.

The data shows very positive results after 4 day/nights of wilderness therapy at sea sessions throughout the period with Sailaday ok.

To see the full data please download the PDF

Evaluation womens group 2011 july pdf

This sample from the evaluation form comments on the quality of therapy and counseling, and how in smaller groups she felt really encouraged to share and experss difficult feelings.

July 2011 evaluation pdf mens group

How one particiapant found the process groups helpfull and gave him a greater perspective.

Feedback from RAT's group May 2011


The commitment and enthusiasm of the group meant that they put a lot into the session and consequently got a great deal out of the 4 day wilderness therapy session.Click on 'read more' and then  pdf to read report evaluations


Wilderness therapy group feedback may 2011

This was an excellent week for sailing, good winds and various sune etc. We sdailied to the Lizard the most southerly point in Britain and explored that part of the coast. The group common themes were how one can be addicted to pain and how physical pain may mask deeper emotional issues. The other theme was undervalueing self and needinging an MOT to see that one had recovered more than realized.

Click bellow to read more

Longreach may session

It was positive group who clearly benefitted from the session. Quotes talk of insights and decisions to change their lives. The first day was postponed due to bad weather and they manged this disruption well.

Click on pdf to see qutes


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