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Therapeutic Boarding Schools For Girls and assigned female at birth From South Carolina

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Teen Girls and assigned female at birth From South Carolina  vs. Residential Treatment Centers

Therapeutic boarding schools can be an effective solution for families not in need of an advanced amount of therapeutic support. Solstice, a residential treatment center which help teen girls and assigned female at birth from South Carolina and all over the United States achieve lasting success. Unlike therapeutic boarding schools, we only hire highly trained clinical experts to help students on their journey towards healing and personal growth. Therapeutic Boarding Schools South Carolina

Solstice is located in Utah, but we help families from all over the United States including South Carolina.

Our program is located in Layton, Utah which is just 45 minutes outside of Salt Lake City. Our proximity to a major US city and some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes provides ample opportunity for therapeutic adventure programming and service opportunities.

Solstice specializes in helping girls and assigned female at birth overcome emotional and behavioral challenges related to trauma. Recent research has shown that trauma can span from what we call Big T traumas which are catastrophic events like car accidents and abuse to €œlittle t traumas€ which include bullying and parental divorce.

Both Big T Traumas and little t traumas can have a major impact on your daughter’s mental health. Our staff are trained to address these traumas through trauma-focused therapeutic programming including:

  • Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy
  • Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Therapy
  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Somatic Experiencing

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Individualized Academic Programming Encourages Student Success

At Solstice, we strive to meet students where they are at in the academic process. Students come to us for various challenges that may have impacted their overall academic performance. Our academic program tailors programming to the needs of each individual student. Our goal is to provide a traditional,  challenging academic environment that maintains a strong college preparatory curriculum while still addressing the specific needs of students.

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Choosing Solstice Residential Treatment Center over Therapeutic Boarding Schools for South Carolina Teens

Solstice West, a residential treatment center for teen girls and assigned female at birth ages 14-18, can be a great alternative to therapeutic boarding schools. Our program is more clinically intensive than therapeutic boarding schools. We help teens and families from South Carolina and all over the United States on a journey towards healing and lasting success.  Therapeutic Boarding Schools South Carolina

Solstice is located in Utah, but we help families from all over the United States including South Carolina.

As a residential treatment center which focuses specifically on therapeutic treatment for teenage girls, our therapeutic and academic programming is designed specifically for teenage girls.

Decades of experience in successfully helping teenage girls and assigned female at birth have allowed us to develop consistently effective treatment philosophies and approaches to healing emotional and behavioral struggles in teenage girls and assigned female at birth and their families.

With the evolving needs in teenage girls, these philosophies and program components allow us to effectively address individual adolescent struggles and inspire change that heals girls and assigned female at birth and their families.

Healing From The Inside-Out

Instead of focusing on an €œidentified problem€ or €œproblem behavior€ we focus on underlying challenges causing problem behaviors. We treat the whole individual in order for genuine, lasting healing to take place. A €œmind body philosophy€ is an important aspect of our approach. A large body of research supports the idea that our mental and physical health are deeply intertwined. Because of this, we address all areas of health – the physical, emotional, and relational health of our students.

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Resources for South Carolina Families Seeking Help

Teen Girls and assigned female at birth Self-Esteem: This is a list of articles from the Huffington Post relating to self-esteem problems in girls, and young women, how the modern world has changed the way young person relate to their bodies and self-image.
Learning Disabilities Association of America: Learning Disabilities Association of America’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities and to reduce the incidence of learning disabilities in future generations.

Who does Solstice help?

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

Solstice Helps Families From South Carolina

Solstice helps South Carolina families from cities and towns like: Sullivans Island Kiawah Island Isle of Palms Folly Beach Seabrook Island Meggett Mount Pleasant Hilton Head Island Awendaw Edisto Beach

Solstice helps South Carolina families from:

Some examples of cities from South Carolina which may have families who may be interested in Solstice include: Columbia Charleston North Charleston Mount Pleasant Rock Hill Greenville
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