Programs For Troubled Teens and Families From North Carolina
While no one looks back on early puberty fondly, in some cases, the sudden intense physical and emotional changes that occur during this period can pull families apart, ruin relationships, and cause severe distress for all involved. Though this may sound familiar to a lot of families, most girls’ experience falls somewhere in the middle.
During this difficult period, many North Carolina teens and their families may benefit from a nurturing program for troubled teens, like Asheville Academy for Girls that combines intensive therapeutic support and accredited academics. Asheville Academy was designed to provide support for girls ages 10-14 from North Carolina and across the United States that are struggling during their transition to adolescence. We believe that our students are struggling with deeper emotional issues that can be resolved rather than labeling them as “troubled.”
Asheville Academy for Girls prioritizes keeping families involved in every step of their daughter’s therapeutic process. Many North Carolina families believe their relationship with their daughter is broken beyond repair when they reach out to Asheville Academy for Girls. Programs for troubled teens, like Asheville Academy for Girls, help families realize that it is possible to reconnect with their daughter, no matter how faint of a possibility it sounds like when their daughter first enrolls.
For more information about getting help for your daughter from North Carolina through our therapeutic boarding school, please call 800-264-8709.
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Asheville Academy for Girls Provides Help to North Carolina Families
Asheville Academy for Girls takes a different, more personalized approach to helping troubled teens in our program. Unlike so many other programs for troubled teens, Asheville Academy for Girls provides a therapeutic boarding school experience to ensure that a girl can take all the time she needs to heal, without losing a beat academically. Asheville Academy for Girls integrates academics and therapy to help North Carolina girls get the most out of their experience.
Young girls learn more than just class curriculum in a school environment. Unfortunately, many factors, like bullying, academic troubles, and low self-esteem can turn a school experience from positive to negative. Many of these negative experiences that North Carolina girls face fly under the radar in traditional school environments.
Asheville Academy for Girls guarantees that every student gets the attention she deserves with small classes and caring, qualified teachers. Our philosophy is based on the idea that your daughter isn’t troubled, but that she needs more support in developing the skills she needs to succeed. By recognizing their own strengths and needs, girls leave Asheville Academy for Girls prepare for a happier and healthier future. Asheville Academy for Girls guides struggling 10 to 14-year-old girls from North Carolina on their path back to success. For more information, please call 800.264.8709!
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