Our unique treatment model is designed for boys ages 6-14 who are struggling to create healthy relationships in their lives. The clinical treatment program includes: milieu therapy, individual therapy, social skills/group therapy, family therapy, medication management and equine-assisted therapy. Students in our program may be challenged with psychological or learning problems such as:
- Mood Dysregulation
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety
- Clinical Depression
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Social Challenges
- Learning Differences
- School refusal
- Attachment/Adoption issues
We engage our students by modeling an optimistic, positive approach to life, which supports building relationships based on communication and the authentic expression of emotions. This positive, strength-based approach empowers the students to identify their own positive qualities and allows them to experience healthy connections with others.
Through these experiences, the students begin to engage in healthy relationships with peers, staff and their families. Each student and family are assigned a case coordinator who facilitates communication throughout the student’s treatment experience. The team model, which includes, clinical, educational and milieu services, ensures a comprehensive perspective that directs exceptional, individualized treatment planning.
In addition to our child psychiatrist, pediatrician and clinical psychologist, we have a variety of community professionals available to meet the individual needs of the student. These specialized services include occupational therapy and pragmatic speech therapy.
Choose from the links below for more details on clinical services:
- Milieu Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- Social Skills/Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Medication Management
- Equine Assisted Therapy