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Clinical Therapy

Our therapists are experienced with issues like oppositional defiant disorder, out of control teen behavior, and teen substance abuse. They combine individual, family and group therapies to help foster trust and collaboration.

A PERSONALIZED TREATMENT PLAN FOR EVERY STUDENT

Our clinical therapists are specialists in treating diagnoses such as, but not limited to: oppositional defiant disorders, ADHD, Mild Autism Spectrum Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), depression, anxiety, and drug use or addiction. To help foster trust and collaboration between your son and his therapist, our approach focuses on open, honest communication in a supportive and nurturing setting. During your son’s stay at our therapeutic boarding school, his day will be structured around multiple types of therapeutic services, including:

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

Resolution Ranch Academy therapists specialize in Behavior Modification Therapy structured to discover and deal with the core issues your son is struggling with, rather than simply the symptoms. Once a week, your son meets with his therapist, who contacts you regularly with updates on his progress. Treatment plans are personalized with specific goals and exercises to help with depression, drug use, addiction, or other challenges your troubled teen may face.

GROUP THERAPY

Clinical group therapy occurs once per week among groups of 7 to 8 students in the Milieu, or community. These sessions allow your son to express his feelings openly and honestly in a positive peer environment. Teens offer feedback to help lift one another up and, in the process, strengthen their own commitment to recovery.

FAMILY THERAPY

Family therapy begins once a student reaches level 3 in the R.A.N.C.H. program and is required for all families. The frequency of these regular sessions is determined by your son’s therapist, as clinically needed. During family therapy, parents, siblings, and students come together to address and correct any negative issues that may be present in home life. These can include communication barriers, stresses, and possible threats to your child’s sobriety or growth before he graduates and leaves Resolution Ranch.

 
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