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Wilderness Therapy Programs for Troubled Teenage Girls from the Romoland, CA Area

Wilderness Therapy for Troubled Teen Girls Romoland California CA

Wilderness therapy for troubled girls from Romoland, CA is a clinically proven alternative treatment for behaviorally out-of-control young women (ages 12-17) and is provenly effective in treating teens considered 'treatment-resistant. Wilderness therapy programs challenge teens from Romoland, CA and beyond to navigate the vast natural wild while providing them with today's most effective forms of clinical behavioral and psychological therapies.


Why Should Parents from Romoland, CA Choose Wilderness Therapy to Treat Their Troubled Daughter?

As to why parents from Romoland, CA should consider utilizing the services of a wilderness therapy program, the answer is simple: Wilderness therapy is proven to effectively treat troubled teenagers' emotional, behavioral, and mental issues (including troubled girls and there from the Romoland, CA area).

According to the Outdoor Behavior Health Council (OBH) Study, the Youth Outcome Questionaire (YOQ), wilderness therapy is scientifically proven to treat troubled teens' underlying issues effectively. The YOQ year-long study included 858 graduated participants from numerous wilderness therapy programs and their families.

Waiting a year after the teen participants completed their wilderness programs, the OBH Council contacted the randomly chosen participants' families (including families from Romoland, CA) and inquired whether or not their child's wilderness therapy experience yielded long-lasting results. Their findings were as follows:

  • Eighty-three percent were doing better, and 58 percent were doing well or very well. Seventeen percent were still “struggling.”
  • Eighty-one percent rated outdoor behavioral healthcare treatment as useful; 10 percent split between “not effective” and “not sure” or “partially effective.”
  • Eighty-six percent were in high school or college or had graduated from high school and were working. Six had graduated from high school but were living at home and “doing nothing;” only five had not graduated from high school, and these were living at home and working or “doing nothing,” and one was in prison.

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Wilderness Therapy is Clinically Proven to be Effective in Treating Serious Mental Health Issues

There is no more significant threat to our nation's youth (including teenage girls from Romoland, CA) than mental health-related issues in today's America. Recent polls show that one out of five teens lives with depression, anxiety, or a mixture of the two.

What makes these epidemic-like numbers even more concerning is that suicide is currently the third-leading cause of death among teenagers.

Luckily for parents of depressed teenage girls from the Romoland, CA area, wilderness therapy is a research-supported treatment provenly effective in treating depression, anxiety, and stress - more so than more traditional, indoor-based facilities.

As for why outdoor-based treatment programs are better suited to treat mental health-related issues than indoor programs, research says it is a combination of several factors. For example, hiking (an obviously significant part of outdoor-based therapy) is clinically proven to reduce negative thinking patterns and harmful brain activity, known as rumination.

Studies have also shown that when immersed in nature, a teenage girl's brains improve her neuroplasticity, causing them to become increasingly open to receiving therapy.

Navigating the challenging environment of the wilderness also helps form bonds between teens and clinical staff. This organic relational development builds long-lasting trust between teen and their therapist. Developing and building upon the trust between camper and caregiver is a crucial factor when it comes to a mentally ill teenage girl's willingness, ability, and overall likelihood of effectively treating their underlying mental health-related issues.

11 So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, 12 to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up 13 until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.14 Then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of people in their deceitful scheming. 15 Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ. 16 From him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work. - Ephesians 4:11–16

Clearview Girls Academy - a Christian RTC for Troubled Girls From Romoland, CA

Clearview Girls Academy is a Christian therapeutic boarding school for troubled teenage girls from the Romoland, CA. Located in Heron, Montana, our Christ-centered program offers empirically proven treatment and spiritual guidance to adolescent girls from Romoland, CA living with mental health and behavior-related problems such as:

  • self-harm
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • anorexia
  • bulimia
  • PTSD
  • defiance towards authority
  • antisocial behaviors
  • adoption-related such problems as Reactive Attachment Disorder

At Clearview Girls Academy, we believe that Jesus is the only answer. We encourage but never force any girl or family to comply with the Bible's teaching. With no apology, we encourage our students to engage the Word of God in their journey and growth process.

Unlike most therapeutic boarding schools, our program accepts insurance providers. Find out if your insurance provider can cover part of our fees, (888) 796-5484.

Assistance for Parents of Struggling Teenage Girls from Romoland, CA

Families from Romoland, CA have made Clearview Girls Academy their first choice for child recovery and support. Parents, investigating assistance for their child, can expect a team of compassionate, licensed therapists and leaders here at Clearview. Clearview operates from the understanding that "recovery" must come from the inside-out, not from the outside-in. We are devoted to the life skills development and experiential education for all teenage girls, who may be wrestling with gender dysphoria, pornography addiction (online or magazines), or separation anxiety challenges, but also the entire family; with the support they need for lasting recovery.

It’s our absolute respect for every student (and family) that we work with that sets our therapeutic boarding school apart from the others. Clearview’s therapists acknowledge and appreciate the common issues that adolescent girls from Romoland, CA are faced with every day. With decades of collective experience in the residential treatment center industry, our therapists can quickly identify and help video game addiction (gaming) obstacles, challenges related to hypochondriasis, and the causes for narcissistic behavior.

In short, Clearview knows how to support struggling teenage girls with lasting recovery; and how to forge a new path for proper assistance and purpose in life. We are considered a superior therapeutic boarding school, where we give a variety of relevant residential treatment strategies (equine, life training, behavioral therapy) and outdoor recreation and adventure therapy that leads to a healthy, balanced life. If you are ready to take advantage of the leading therapeutic boarding school that Clearview can offer, we encourage you to contact our intake counselors; to begin the lasting change in your child’s life. We give support to at-risk adolescent girls from Romoland, CA. Call us at (888) 796-5484 to speak with one of our knowledgeable intake counselors today!

“Know that wisdom is thus for your soul; If you find it, then there will be a future, And your hope will not be cut off.” Proverbs 24:14