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Clearview Girls Academy Helps Girls With Cutting Disorders

Cutting Disorder is Treated at the Clearview residential treatment center and school

girl reform schools CaliforniaClearview Girls Academy are here to treat your daughter if she suffers from Cutting Disorder, a form of self-harm in which a girl will use sharp objects (such as knives or blades) to create surface cuts over her own body.  While not suicidal, your daughter is indeed intentionally injuring herself, possibly using cutting (or Self-Mutilation) to help her cope.  Your daughter will likely be careful to make sure that her wounds are not seen.

Cutting may be viewed as its own mental illness, but is certainly a symptom of other problems, such as Behavior Personality Disorder, Depression, Anxiety Disorder.  If you are seeing unexplained wounds or scars (sometimes explained as, “I was just being clumsy”), bloodstained clothes, sharp objects (maybe bottle caps or shattered glass) among her possessions, inappropriately long-sleeved shirts or long pants in warm weather, and extended isolation and irritability, your daughter may be struggling with Cutting Disorder.

You may have been quite shocked to discover your daughter having this problem, since many most often relate it to a darker, “underworld” element rather than a “normal” middle-class family setting.

equine therapy boarding schools for girls in CaliforniaClearview Offers an Ideal Remote Setting to Help Your Daughter with Cutting Disorder

Cutting typically begins in middle to late adolescence, and might be triggered by factors such as low self-esteem, detachment from friends, even a feeling of lack of approval from her family.  Long-term therapy can be reasonably effective but your daughter must first understand her need for help, and want to make a change.

Treatments can vary depending on the professionally identified cause for the behavior, but cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy (which could teach her about her personal triggers and establish which coping skills might be most effective) are most frequently used.  Alternative outlets for expression are also rather useful, with techniques such as journaling, sports or physical activity, spending time with friends.  Obviously, removing any type of sharp object can help her resist immediate urges for self-harm.

Helping Girls with Cutting Disorders

therapeutic boarding school for troubled girls in MontanaClearview Girls Academy specializes in dealing with 13-17 year old young women who display inappropriate behaviors, declining grades or negative influences that may put their future at risk.  With our interdisciplinary counseling team (consisting of psychotherapists, psychiatric specialist, teachers and mentors) we are here to help your girl deal with her difficult emotional issues and start on a new and more productive path in life.

An individual treatment plan will be created for your daughter, tailored to her unique psychological, emotional and medical needs. Along with schooling (or career training) and daily chores, the Clearview troubled girls boarding school program is personable and relational, but also highly structured, emphasizing physical activities and a nutritionally balanced diet, all designed to teach a healthy lifestyle.

Clearview Girls Academy therapeutic boarding school for teen girls is housed in a secure mountainside lodge in Montana, where our therapies and teen counseling programs are chosen for troubled girls who need to make better choices as well as develop strong interpersonal and academic skills.  Our program is created to help your daughter find the strength to overcome Cutting Disorder, enabling her to live the rest of her life as a successful and healthy woman.

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We can also help you in your search for other boarding schools for troubled youth, Christian boarding schools, teenage boarding schools, faith-based boarding schools, or schools for troubled teens. Clearview Residential Therapy and School is a Christian therapeutic boarding school for troubled teenage girls offering teen counseling for girls with adoption issues (attachment issues), self-harm (self-mutilation) or cutting, or eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, anorexia nervosa). Other behavioral issues and disorders we deal with include: defiance, depression, post traumatic stress, abuse, and general anxiety. If you have an out of control girl, please think about Clearview Residential Therapy and School offers teen counseling and teen counselors for troubled girls. We offer counseling for troubled teens and out-of-control teens and especially work with adopted girls with emotional disorders. If you are searching for residential treatment centers for girls, troubled teen schools or troubled teen boarding schools, you have found one. Therapeutic boarding school for girls with teen counseling and therapy like Clearview is also called “schools for troubled teens” or “residential treatment centers.” This is one of the few affordable residential treatment centers and schools for teens. Clearview is an all-girl school that provides troubled pre-teen and teenage girls with counseling and adolescent therapy. The Christian therapeutic residential school for troubled girls serves at-risk girls seeking a therapeutic boarding school in California, on the West Coast, in Oklahoma, in Nevada, or Minnesota, or Washington State, and in Idaho. We use Trust-based Relational Intervention, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Therapy such as EMDR and Lifespan Integration, Reality Therapy, and Trauma Therapy, plus Neurofeedback and Craniosacral therapy treatments.

Helping Teen Girls With Cutting Disorder - Clearview Girls Academy
Clearview Girls Academy, a Christian troubled girls home, helps troubled girls who struggle with cutting disorder.
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