Seven Stars, a Residential Treatment Center for Struggling North Carolina Teens
At Seven Stars, the residential treatment center approach to healing makes every day unforgettable. Adventure and experiential learning are at the core of therapy. The best lessons are learned outside through fun experiences such as mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, rock climbing, and even skiing form the basis of the healing process. During these adventures, a struggling North Carolina teen must both act as part of a team working towards a common goal and be reliable for other students. This togetherness along with the thrill of these outdoor activities is an invaluable educational and therapeutic tool.
While perceived danger is a part of the excitement, all activities are part of the residential treatment center experience. As such, Seven Stars staff with years of training guarantees safety. Seven Stars provides North Carolina adolescents with the opportunity to experience the heart-pumping action of these adrenaline-inducing activities while being free from the potential of harm. The Seven Stars environment allows North Carolina teens to actively participate in their own healing.
Located in the picturesque mountains of Utah, Seven Stars helps students from across the United States, including North Carolina. Our residential treatment center helps teens 13-17 struggling with a variety of issues including learning disorders and neurodevelopmental disorders find success. For more information, call 844-601-1167 today!
Seven Stars Guides North Carolina Teens Toward Success
No two children are the same and neither are the struggles they encounter. Be it a neurodevelopmental disorder, mental illness, or simply needing a break (among countless other possibilities), every challenge has its own causes and symptoms. At Seven Stars, a top residential treatment center for young people on the autism spectrum, the treatment is tailored to every childs needs. Through Seven Stars, struggling North Carolina teens can find their way back toward a journey of success.
Seven Stars is located in Utah, but we help teens from all over the country, including North Carolina.
At Seven Stars, each student is more than a diagnosis or a label. In fact, the first step of the program involves an optional stabilization (to ensure that a childs transition into the residential treatment center occurs smoothly) and an assessment that analyzes a childs personality, strengths, and weaknesses. Following the assessment, a personalized treatment plan is formed to best suit every childs needs.
The Seven Stars program is centered on positive psychology. Rather than focus on what is wrong, the residential treatment center experience targets a childs strengths. Building on the positive instead of the negative allows struggling North Carolina teens to truly explore who they are and discover new passions, interests, and skills that appeal to them. With Seven Stars, North Carolina families can rest easy: your child is in the best of hands.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps North Carolina teens in a Residential Treatment Center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Substance Use
– Mood Disorders
– Technology Addiction
– Family Problems
– Social Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
– School Refusal
– Sensory Issues
– Sensory Issues
– Academic Difficulties
– Academic Failure
Resources for North Carolina Families Seeking Help
MentalHealth.gov A branch of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, MentalHealth.gov offers information on the United States governments involvement in researching, understanding, and treating mental health issues. While the website contains links with descriptions of the most common mental health issues, the primary purpose of MentalHealth.gov is to promote awareness.
Your Little Professor While specifically oriented toward children with autism, Your Little Professor offers a wealth of suggestions in virtually all areas of mental illness in general. Similarly, many tips offered by the website can be applied by parents toward children struggling with other issues. The website also contains mental health data and research.
Seven Stars helps North Carolina families from:
Some examples of cities from North Carolina which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Charlotte Raleigh Greensboro Durham Winston-Salem Fayetteville Cary town Wilmington High Point Greenville Asheville Concord Gastonia Jacksonville Chapel Hill town Rocky Mount Burlington Huntersville town
Seven Stars Helps Families From North Carolina
Seven Stars helps North Carolina families from cities and towns like: Biltmore Forest Wrightsville Beach Bald Head Island Marvin Topsail Beach Weddington Cashiers Lake Toxaway Holden Beach Emerald Isle
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