Therapeutic boarding schools can help help families that feel like they are helpless in their constant battle in living with troubled teens (boys or girls) in the state of North Carolina. If you are a parent of such a family, then its time to stop feeling helpless, you don't need to go through this struggle alone.
Please consider letting us here at WinGate wilderness therapy programs help you with your troubled teen. If you are interested in finding help call us at 866-439-3429. We would be happy to walk you through the process of enrolling and answering any questions you may have.
While students are expected to be capable of performing scholastically, poor past performance does not serve as grounds for rejection. Emotional growth therapeutic boarding schools are offered in a wide range of approaches and models. When selecting a placement, it is important to ensure the child's needs are compatible with the program format.
Therapeutic boarding schools operate on a rolling admissions schedule, accepting students 365 days a year. Applicants are required to undergo a series of psychological tests to in order to design a curriculum around their unique, individual needs, accompanied by a thorough interview process where students gain a firm understanding of the commitment necessary for their new placement.
ADD or ADHD Issues
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Depression and Sadness
Dual Diagnosis - Co-occuring Issues
Unhealthy Sexual Conduct
Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse
Obesity - Eating Disorders
Asperger's Spectrum Disorder
Anger Management Issues
Poor Peer Relationships - Negative Peer Group
Defiance and Rebellion
Truancy/Poor School Performance
Impulsiveness and Obsessive Behaviors
Low Self Esteem
Self Harm and Self Defeating Behaviors
Reactive Attachment Disorder
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