Therapeutic Boarding Schools Helping Nevada Families
Asheville Academy helps young girls from Nevada deal with their emotional and behavioral struggles in a supportive therapeutic environment. As a leading therapeutic boarding school, our program helps girls from Nevada find success with evidence-based therapeutic techniques, accredited academics, and caring staff. Although Asheville Academy is located in Asheville, North Carolina, it is still a top therapeutic boarding school for Nevada families.
We’ve helped families from across the country whose daughters are struggling with depression or anxiety, defiance, and school refusal. As a therapeutic boarding school located outside of Nevada, we provide a new environment without distractions for girls to begin their healing journey. We specialize in working with girls ages 10-14 because of the issues common in this age group. Our program incorporates weekend activities, community involvement, and a beautiful campus to meet the needs of young girls.
We Can Help Your Daughter Heal
Our therapists provide personalized treatment plans for each child
Girls from Nevada and their families reconnect by rebuilding and repairing their relationships through equine and animal therapy, family therapy, and our experienced clinical team. For more information about getting help for your daughter from Nevada through our therapeutic boarding school, please call 800-264-8709.
Finding Help for Your Daughter with a Nevada Therapeutic Boarding School
As a top reviewed therapeutic boarding school, Asheville Academy provides accredited academics to all girls. We offer a small learning environment to meet each student’s abilities, study habits, and motivations and are recognized by the State of North Carolina as a certified non-public school. As our student-teacher ratio is small, we are able to give each girl more specialized assistance and lesson plans. Creating a positive environment and a personalized learning approach allows us to help girls achieve academic success.
Asheville Academy is a therapeutic boarding school certified by the Commissions on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and provides the top level of therapeutic care for Nevada girls and their families. Specifically designed for young girls ages 10 to 14, our focus specializes in helping Nevada girls struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, defiance or underperformance.
Our Therapeutic Approach
Many families and their daughters have achieved lasting change and success at Asheville Academy. Our unique therapeutic methods include techniques such as Equine Therapy, DBT, and Group Therapy. Nevada girls are a part of a comfortable and nurturing home-like community with multiple therapeutic facilities on our campus. Our setting provides a safe and comfortable space for girls to learn new ways to interact with peers, adults, and their families. To learn more about our beautiful North Carolina campus and the support we provide, call 800.264.8709!
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