Therapeutic Programs for Troubled Teens
Parents turn to therapeutic programs for troubled teens, serving both boys and girls, after they have totally exhausted all other attempts to restore their child. Parents, worn out due to their teenager's rebellion, promiscuity, drug abuse, anger or other self-destructive behaviors, find hope through Red Rock Canyon School.
Before enrolling their child into Red Rock Canyon School our parents have tried counseling, therapy, and all kinds of traditional therapeutic interventions. They have done all the right things as parents, but their troubled teenager is still out-of-control and may be a danger to him or herself, or others.
Red Rock Canyon School is a proven therapeutic program designed to help families by providing therapeutic treatment, academic support, and leadership development - creating a process of total restoration of the child and family. The outcome is demonstrated through the teen's new level of maturity; being responsible, accountable, and empowered.
Over the years, we have proven our ability to restore strength, to bring forth peace, and to rebuild a solid foundation for teenagers who were previously at risk. Most importantly, we bring peace back to the entire family.
Programs for Troubled Teens
Mood Disorders – Bipolar
Teenage Anxiety - Therapy
Eating Disorders – Boys and Girls
Signs of Depressions in Teenagers
Teen Substance Abuse – Treatment & Counseling
Drug & Alcohol Addiction – Rehab and Recovery
Internet Addiction – Intervention
Autism Spectrum Disorder – Long-term Solutions
Learning Disabilities – Differences and Deficits
Oppositional Defiance – What, How, Why?
Adoption Issues – RAD and Attachment Disorders
Development Disability – Delays and Disorders
Psycho sexual Disorders - Specialized Help
We provide the following...
Group Therapy consists of a minimum of ten (10) small group therapy sessions weekly of one hour each. These groups include substance abuse and 12-step programs, problem-solving, social skills workshops, anger management, moral reasoning, positive peer culture, student community groups, leadership training, empathy development, victim awareness, and special interest groups. All group processes foster emotional growth in a safe and confidential setting. In group, students are able to identify and express their thoughts and feelings about past problem behaviors, and are confronted by their peers for any remnants of denial that may be keeping them from making positive changes in their lives. This process provides information to the students about chemical dependency, communication, assertiveness skills, sexuality, self-control, coping skills, conflict resolution, family dynamics, stress reduction, and a variety of related topics.
Individual Therapy is provided to each student with a minimum of one (1) session weekly. Therapists are available for youth on a rotational basis, twenty-four hours a day. These one-on-one sessions give the students an opportunity to establish a trusting relationship with their counselor. In this setting, students are able to discuss issues that might be too sensitive for them to share with the group.
Substance Abuse & Addiction Treatment Programming is specifically designed to address the competing interpersonal and family issues that fuel adolescent addiction problems. Recovery is facilitated through group therapy, AA/NA meetings, Living In Balance program, addiction groups, guest speakers, relevant readings and therapeutic assignments.
Family Therapy is provided weekly via teleconference. This therapy allows the parents to remain part of the treatment. We encourage families to visit on a planned family weekend. During their planned visitation, the family and student meet together with the student's primary therapist. Parents and their children participate in family therapy sessions, workshops, and seminars held with other families who are in attendance.