Residential Programs for Troubled Youth Inspire Change in Wyoming Teens Using Experiential Therapies.

In the adolescent stage of development, teens learn more by doing than talking about it. This is especially true for those in residential programs for troubled youth. Experiential therapy is a blanket term referring to a variety of engaging activities and interventions used to help personal growth and development. Residential Programs For Troubled Youth Wyoming

Why is Experiential Therapy important?

Participating in experiential therapies reinforces the therapeutic principles taught in more traditional talk therapy. By engaging in experiential therapies, the participant learns more about their self, working with others, leadership, and emotional regulation.

Solstice, one of the best residential programs for troubled youth, knows the powerful effect experiential therapy has on the teen girls they serve.

Located on a beautiful campus in Utah, there are many opportunities for your Wyoming teen to experience. Some engaging therapeutic activities include:

  • Adventure Camping Trips
  • Snowboarding
  • White Water Rafting
  • Canoeing and Kayaking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Cultural Events
  • Cooking and Art Classes
  • Community Service
  • Fitness Activities
  • Team Building
  • Yoga

Specially trained, caring staff run these groups with your Wyoming teen’s safety and individual needs in mind. These programs will help develop a strong, positive identity for your teen while encouraging healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

Learn more about Solstice’s experiential therapies.

In addition to experiential therapies, Solstice’s welcoming residential program offers individual and group counseling, family therapy, academic mentoring, and psychiatric services as part of their holistic approach to healing.

If you or someone you know has a teen girl (age 14-18) struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges, the first step to recovery is contacting Solstice at (866) 278-3345. Learn more about Solstice’s program for teen girls.

Who does Solstice help?

Solstice helps Wyoming teens in a residential treatment center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Self Harm
– Social Isolation
– Family Dysfunction
– Grief and Loss
– Body Image Issues
– Impulse Control
– Depression
– Nonverbal Learning Disorder
– Trauma
– Anxiety
– ADHD
– Disordered Eating
– Defiance
– Asperger’s Disorder
– Adoption/ Attachment Issues
– Low Self Esteem

Residential Programs for Troubled Youth Offer Wyoming Teens Hope

When a teen is in the midst of major depression or other emotional challenges, their view of the future can be pretty dark. They may turn to substance abuse, risky behaviors, or self injury to cope with the pain. For many of these teens, residential programs for troubled youth offer hope and a means to get back on track.  Residential Programs For Troubled Youth Wyoming

Solstice has a proven record helping Wyoming teens restore hope and emotional balance. 

Located in Utah, Solstice offers a comfortable, private environment for girls to deal with their serious challenges of adolescence. This 44-bed residential program serves teenage girls 14-18 years old with individual, group, adventure, and family therapy.

Solstice uses a dynamic approach to the healing process. This holistic approach is based on their unique Three Pillars of Change.

Relationship Based Approach Creating healthy, trusting relationships is key to positive changes in your teen. Solstice employs and trains the best staff to create a therapeutic culture focusing on the needs of clients and families.

Principle Driven Foundation True change begins not with compliance, but identifying core principles and values. By nurturing desirable qualities like love, respect, and personal responsibility, Solstice helps your teen develop positive core principles to inspire change.

Experiential Therapy Many teens learn by doing. In addition to group therapy, Solstice reinforces therapeutic principles with activities such as adventure therapy, community service, physical fitness, and recreation. This type of therapy promotes positive lifestyle changes for your Wyoming teen.

Learn more about our Three Pillars of Change.

For more information about how Solstice’s residential programs for troubled youth can help your teen, please call us at (866) 278-3345.Learn more about Solstice’s program for teen girls.

Resources for Wyoming Families Seeking Help

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) is the oldest organization aimed at fighting eating disorders. The ANAD provides support, advocacy, education, and referrals for those struggling with eating disorders.
National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) provides information and a referral helpline for those struggling with eating disorders. Visitors will get information on accessing treatment and support groups. Programs are offered for those suffering with eating disorders and their families.

Solstice Helps Families From Wyoming

Solstice helps Wyoming families from cities and towns like Evansville Bar Nunn Cheyenne Casper Burns Pine Bluffs

Solstice helps Wyoming families from:

Some examples of cities from Wyoming which may have families who could use Solstice: Cheyenne Casper Evansville Bar Nunn Burns
Residential Programs For Troubled Youth Wyoming

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