Residential Treatment Centers for Teens Help Idaho Youth Build Self-Confidence.
When teens struggle with significant emotional issues, self-defeating thoughts and feelings constantly circulate through their head. If teens don’t have the means to communicate and process their struggles, they often isolate themselves and disregard their responsibilities and personal growth. They may use drugs, promiscuity, or other self-harming behaviors to escape their inner turmoil. As their world deteriorates around them, their self-confidence plummets leading to a vicious cycle of negative feelings, behaviors, and self-hatred for their actions or inactions.
Residential treatment centers for teens understand the complex needs of adolescents going through these difficult times. By removing troubled teens from their negative influences and stressors, they have the opportunity to shift perspectives and access resources to process their unique issues.
Solstice has helped teenage girls and assigned female at birth from Idaho and around the country for decades with their comprehensive, holistic approach to adolescent recovery.
Located in the scenic foothills of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, Solstice provides teens a welcoming, supportive environment to foster lasting change. Their intense family-focused therapy as well as individual, group, academic, and adventure therapy helps teen girls and assigned female at birth process their complex emotional issues and start on the path to true internal change.
Solstice’s commitment to creating trusting, therapeutic alliances between therapists and clients, helps teens learn about and experience healthy relationships. The therapeutic culture encourages teens to step outside their isolation and walk down the path of self-discovery. Experiential activities like rock climbing, white water rafting, equine therapy, and team building engage teens in fun, challenging learning experiences to discover self-confidence, positive communication, and emotional resilience.
If your Idaho child needs assistance from residential treatment centers for teens, please call (866) 278-3345 to have a knowledgeable intake counselor answer your questions and concerns. Learn more about Solstice’s comprehensive, holistic approach to healing.
Residential Treatment Centers for Teens Help Idaho Youth and Their Families Transform
The key to successful residential treatment centers for teens is providing effective therapy and learning experiences to create lasting change. Solstice, one of the leading residential treatment centers for teens, knows each teen is on a unique transformative journey. Based in Utah, Solstice’s holistic, therapeutic environment has helped teen girls and assigned female at birth create lasting change for decades.
Solstice believes each teen has the potential to become a hero. Through intensive family, individual, group, experiential, and academic therapy, Solstice helps teens on their Hero’s Journey. This Journey is a process comprised of six stages:
The first stage invites your child to leave the known world of their struggles and experience something new. They takes the first brave step towards transformation.
Once your child embraces the idea of change, they encounters a new culture with different rules, expectations, and relationships. During the threshold stage your child is paired with a guardian to provide support on their new adventure.
As the threshold is crossed, your child will be initiated with new challenges and obstacles. These tasks are designed specifically for your daughter’s needs. Supportive mentors help your child in this stage as they learns new skills and gains confidence.
By working through the challenges of the initiation stage, your child comes out of the darkness of their past into a realization their old patterns of living are no longer relevant. Her new skills and strengths transform the way they lives their life.
Through your daughter’s self discovery, they learns fear, ignorance, and irresponsibility must be replaced with wisdom, love, and interdependence. The issues causing their pain in the past have been addressed and they are prepared to move on.
At this final phase, your child prepares to return home with their newly developed skills and confidence. They have found transformation. With the transition and family therapy resources provided along the way, your family has the skills to create a structured, supportive environment at home in Idaho.
Solstice believes your child is a hero just starting their journey. Contact a knowledgeable intake counselor at (866) 278-3345 so they could take their first steps. Learn more about the Hero’s Journey.
Who does Solstice help?
Solstice helps Idaho teens in a residential treatment center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Trauma and PTSD
– Nonverbal Learning Disorder
– Adoption/ Attachment Issues
– Social Isolation
– Impulsive Behaviors
– Self Harm
– Eating Disorders
– Family Dysfunction
– Low Self Esteem
– Body Image Issues
– Asperger’s Disorder
– Grief and Loss
Resources for Idaho Families Seeking Help
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Solstice Helps Families From Idaho
Solstice helps Idaho families from cities and towns like: Eagle Victor Star Meridian Moyie Springs Garden City Boise Melba Lewiston Preston
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