Oklahoma Teens Find Success with Seven Stars
Every teen struggle is different. For example, two teens may be acting out. To the naked eye, it may seem like the two teens are behaving in exactly the same way. However, one teen may have a form of mental illness, while another might be responding to stress. Or something else entirely. Without a full assessment, the true nature of the issue may be impossible to pinpoint and, consequently, treat. At Seven Stars, a residential treatment center for teens on the autism spectrum, the first step following an option stabilization (a two-week transition period) is an assessment that analyzes every childs psychological profile. A personalized treatment plan is developed based on this assessment, ensuring Oklahoma teens get the care that best fits their needs.
Seven Stars helps teens from all over the country, including Oklahoma. We are located in Utah.
At a residential treatment center, Oklahoma teens are more than simply an issue or a label. Instead, Seven Stars utilizes positive psychology an approach that targets a childs strengths rather than their weaknesses. By exploring what makes them unique, Seven Stars encourages struggling Oklahoma adolescents to discover new passions and interests. The residential treatment center approach allows teens to guide treatment at their own pace. With Seven Stars, parents need not worry any longer: their child is in the best of hands.
The Seven Stars Approach to Healing Oklahoma Teens
What makes Seven Stars a different kind of residential treatment center for teens on the autism spectrum? The answer is, simply, everything. At Seven Stars, no two days are the same. Oklahoma teens experience a wide range of fun activities that teach vital life skills by example. For instance, one day may include rock climbing and canoeing, while another could mountain biking or skiing. These activities involve invaluable life lessons including teamwork and communication. Oklahoma teens work together to overcome obstacles. Naturally, since all these activities are part of the residential treatment center, they are overseen by highly trained staff in order to guarantee safety and to help teens work as a unit to achieve their goals.
State-of-the-art facilities help Oklahoma teens feel at home during their time at Seven Stars. Through the program, teens simultaneously learn how to better work with others and how to become more self-reliant and confident. With Seven Stars, struggling Oklahoma teens can truly heal.
Located in Utah, Seven Stars accepts students from Oklahoma and all over the United States. Seven Stars helps boys and girls 13-18 overcome struggles whether caused by a neurodevelopmental disorder, a learning disorder (verbal or non-verbal), or another issue. For more information on how Seven Stars can help Oklahoma families, call 844-601-1167 today!
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma teens in a Residential Treatment Center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Developmental Immaturity
– Technology Addiction
– Mood Disorders
– Academic Failure
– Substance Use
– Social Difficulties
– Sensory Issues
– Sensory Issues
– School Refusal
– Family Problems
– Academic Difficulties
Resources for Oklahoma Families Seeking Help
Psych Central Psych Central is at the heart of mental health awareness and education. A central library containing information on a variety of mental illnesses (from explanations, to warning signs), Psych Central can answer almost any question. A forum section allows users to connect with each other and share their experiences and questions.
Psychology.org Designed by mental health experts for mental health experts, Psychology.org is less a resource for everyday users as it is a hub for professionals to exchange information or for those interested in the industry to learn more about the various branches of mental health. The latest research and specializations can be found here.
Seven Stars Helps Families From Oklahoma
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma families from cities and towns like: Nichols Hills Edmond Goldsby Forest Park Piedmont Jenks Bixby Newcastle Blanchard Dickson
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma families from:
Some examples of cities from Oklahoma which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Oklahoma City Tulsa Norman Broken Arrow Lawton Edmond Moore Midwest Enid
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