If your teen had a difficult school year, possibly failed a class or two, didn’t get the grades they are capable of achieving, maybe they skipped many classes or were suspended several times during the school year – you may want to consider a therapeutic summer program to boost their self-esteem or a grade recovery program.
When a teenager feels good about themselves, has a positive outlook on life and self-confidence, they are more likely to make better choices. This includes the friends they decide to be with and saying no to engaging in risky behavior.
It’s not easy being a teen in today’s society with peer pressure combined with technology and social media. Your teen may need a boost to help them find themselves emotionally this summer to make next school year more productive.
- Is your teen a good kid that started making some bad choices?
- Maybe they experimented with pot or alcohol?
- Hanging with a negative peer group?
- Failing in school when they are typically an A-B student?
- Depressed, defiant, withdrawn from the family?
- Addicted to digital devices or unsavory sites online such as pornography?
- Dropped out of their hobbies – such as sports or dance teams?
It’s not too late to consider a therapeutic summer program for your teenager.
Keep in mind, there is a difference between summer camp and a therapeutic summer program. Summer camp is not a clinical program that is designed to work on their emotional growth and behavior modification. A therapeutic summer program will employ therapist and counselors to help your teen work through their issues as well as build them up emotionally.
If you have PPO insurance, in some instances, a portion of your program might be covered.
Learn more by calling 954-260-0805 or click here to fill out an intake form.