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Asheville Academy - Therapeutic Boarding School for Girls 10 - 14 Years Old
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Effective Treatment Backed By Proven Models

Our Pioneering Approach To Clinical Treatment Sets Us Apart
Clinical Model

Going Beyond Talk Therapy

Our clinical model is designed to meet the unique needs of girls ages 10-14. Combining expertise, innovative therapeutic techniques, and a genuine passion for helping young girls succeed allows us to provide uniquely effective care. AAG offers:


  • Therapy designed to start where previous efforts left off.
  • Dedicated and experienced staff with decades of collective experience.
  • Our clinical model involves collaboration with the academic and residential teams to identify opportunities for growth. We also work closely with occupational therapists, neurofeedback team, and psychiatry.
  • Asheville Academy’s licensed therapists specialize in addressing school refusal, depression, anxiety, family conflict, low self-esteem, relationship issues and more.
  • Equine therapy designed to help your child gain communication and relationship skills.

Our Clinical Model is Tailored to Meet Her Needs 

Strengths-based therapy

Personally and developmentally appropriate for your daughter


Our research-based approach to therapy reliably produces improved behavior.


Our research-based approach to therapy reliably produces improved behavior.


AAG therapies are designed exclusively for young girls ages 10-14.


Developmentally appropriate community eliminates exposure to “big girl” problems.


Immersive therapy environment cannot be replicated at home.

Using a Therapeutic Lens

We believe that therapy shouldn’t end when your daughter leaves a formal session with her therapist. Instead, everything we do from our school curriculum to daily activities to our residential milieu help her advance towards her next milestone.