Does Your Daughter Suffer From Self-Harm? Find Treatment at the Clearview residential treatment center and school
Clearview Girls Academy knows how to treat your daughter as she suffers from Self-Harm Disorder, a condition in which she is purposely causing injury to herself, more than just in the form of Cutting, sometimes by head banging, punching, burning, drinking something hazardous, breaking her own bones or preventing her wounds from healing.
Self-Harm (also known as self-abuse, self-mutilation or self-injury) can be the way by which she expresses feelings she is unable to verbalize, divert herself from painful emotions, or gain control over, at least, her body if she feels she can’t control anything else in her life.
Many girls who suffer from Self-Harm report some type of childhood abuse (sexual or physical), and almost all sufferers indicate they were discouraged from expressing emotions. Self-Abuse is generally not seen as a cry for help, since girls more often than not do it secretly, and work to hide not only the behavior, but also the emotions leading to it. Your girl may feel alone or empty inside, terrified of intimate relationships. Self-harming behaviors can be a sign of a number of different psychiatric illnesses or personality disorders, so should be diagnosed by a professional.
Clearview Offers an Ideal Remote Setting to Help Your Daughter with Self-Harm Disorder
Because Self-Injury may be linked to a variety of mental disorders (i.e.: depression, eating disorders, etc.) it is especially necessary to properly diagnose your daughter.
There is not one, single treatment approved for this disorder, but a variety of options, such as different types of psychotherapy. Treatment might include hospitalization or outpatient therapy (in order to facilitate her recognition of destructive thoughts and behaviors, teaching skills in developing outside relationships, etc.), mindfulness-based therapies (which help her to live in the present and more astutely interpret the actions of those around her) and, possibly, medication.
Helping Girls with Self-Harm Disorder
Clearview Girls Academy specializes in treating girls ages 13-17 who exhibit inappropriate behaviors like Self-Harm Disorder. With our interdisciplinary team of psychotherapists, psychiatric specialists, licensed teachers and mentors, we’ll help your daughter solve the very difficult issues she faces, and start on a new and more productive path in her life.
We will create an individualized treatment plan specifically for her unique medical, emotional, and psychological needs. The Clearview school for troubled teen girls program is very personable and relational, but highly structured, emphasizing a nutritionally balanced diet, physical activities and outdoor events, and forged to educate your daughter in a healthy lifestyle.
Clearview Girls Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for troubled girls in a secure setting in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Western Montana. We have an expert clinical team and a program designed to help work through various behavioral disorders. Our boarding school for troubled girls was created to help your daughter find the strength to overcome her unique issues, including Self-Harm Disorder.