Seven Stars Guides West Virginia 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 West Virginia 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 West Virginia.
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 West Virginia teens to truly explore who they are and discover new passions, interests, and skills that appeal to them. With Seven Stars, West Virginia families can rest easy: your child is in the best of hands.
The Seven Stars Approach to Healing West Virginia 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. West Virginia 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. West Virginia 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 West Virginia 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 West Virginia teens can truly heal.
Located in Utah, Seven Stars accepts students from West Virginia and all over the United States. Seven Stars helps teens 13-17 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 West Virginia families, call 844-601-1167 today!
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps West Virginia teens in a Residential Treatment Center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Sensory Issues
– Academic Failure
– Substance Use
– Family Problems
– Sensory Issues
– Academic Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
– Social Difficulties
– Technology Addiction
– School Refusal
– Mood Disorders
Resources for West Virginia Families Seeking Help
Wikipedia Containing more than five million English articles, Wikipedia is arguably the most well-known encyclopedia in the world and, by far, the most extensive. Virtually every conceivable subject is categorized and described in detail, with mental illness being no exception. Less a professional resource than a springboard for further research, Wikipedia offers unmatched amounts of information.
NIMH The lead federal agency for research on mental disorders, the National Institute of Mental Health provides a wealth of information regarding the latest government developments in the mental health area. These developments often include research and the latest discoveries in the field. Brief descriptions of the mental illnesses themselves are also available.
Seven Stars Helps Families From West Virginia
Seven Stars helps West Virginia families from cities and towns like: Shepherdstown Cheat Lake Shenandoah Junction Summit Point Charles Town Morgantown Brookhaven Kearneysville Bolivar Westover
Seven Stars helps West Virginia families from:
Some examples of cities from West Virginia which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Charleston Shepherdstown Cheat Lake Shenandoah Junction Summit Point
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