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Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Is Your Girl Misbehaving or Causing Self-Harm Due to Emotional Distress from Feelings of Abandonment (Adoption Issues) or a Major Loss or Trauma in Her Life? 

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaIf your teenage girl is displaying unacceptable behavior or is making harmful choices, Clearview Horizon may be a good option to consider as you research therapeutic boarding schools in Pittsburgh, PA.

While not in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Clearview Horizon works with girls from your town in a beautiful facility in the mountains nearby the year-round resort town of Sandpoint, Idaho.  Our facility is intentionally located in a remote area because an important part of therapy is for the girl to be far away from influences, issues and similar surroundings so that she can put those out of her mind. It also discourages teens in our care from considering connecting with friends and departing our facility. 

In a few words, Clearview Horizon is a therapeutic boarding school for teenage girls with life-controlling issues or misbehavior that may be threatening to their future. Our counselors work best with girls who are acting out or making inappropriate decisions due to emotional stress originating  from: major trauma or loss in their life, physical or mental abuse, death of a loved one, or attachment disorders related to adoption. We also specialize in eating disorders and self-harm.

Boarding School with Expert Therapy that Turns Self-Destructive Thinking into a Better Way of Thinking for Girls Who Are Struggling

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Here at Clearview, girls receive an individual treatment plan aligned with their medical, emotional, and psychological needs. Our expert and seasoned psychotherapists care for over 20 girls in our gorgeous mountainside facility that was once a prestigious corporate hunting lodge. Our multi-disciplinary staff is dedicated to helping each young woman start on a new and more productive path in life. The clinical staff includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a dentist, and licensed psychotherapists as well as teachers, mentors and residential care staff.

It Also Features an Accredited School with Full-Time Teachers that Accommodate the Girls’ Academic Needs, So They Can Return to Home in Pittsburgh, PA With a Quality Education

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaYoung women who are having emotional and behavioral problems tend to be showing little progress in school. Our school is intentionally computer-based, assisted by a certified teacher, so that young women in our care are able to get caught up and even get ahead in their schooling while they are at Clearview. We also provide tutoring as needed, and regular academic progress updates are emailed to parents.

Our Boarding School for Girls Also Includes Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle (Emotionally, Physically and Spiritually)

Clearview emphasizes a healthy, nutritionally-balanced diet along with physical workouts, restful sleep and fun times; all designed to teach a healthy lifestyle. Girls participate in many recreational and fitness events during the year, as well as organized team sports. Girls in our care are also taken on regular overnight treks in the beautiful and rugged mountains of the Pacific Northwest. For spiritual support, girls are given encouragement and instruction by our Christian staff and can attend chapel services, but we also honor other faiths and will not force our faith on any young woman or require them to participate in Christian services or studies.

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaHelping Girls from Pittsburgh, PA and Around the Country for over 18 years, Our Therapeutic Boarding School Offers Innovative Mileu Therapy

Teenage girls in our care attend individual, group, and family therapy sessions with our staff of skilled professional counselors. Among our professional staff, we also have a Chemical Dependency Counselor for problems related to substance abuse, which often accompanies emotional upheaval or when teenagers self-medicate in order to dull their emotional pain. Plus, art therapy gives girls another way to release their emotions. And animal and equine therapy is a part of our therapy, featuring dogs and miniature horses. Finally, through round the clock interactions with our trained staff, the girls receive constant feedback and assistance in their thinking and actions.

Therapeutic Boarding Schools for Girls in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaOur Tuition Rates are SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with the Same Level of Quality Care 

Young women come to our therapeutic boarding school from across the nation, including from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We are proud of what our team of experts accomplishes with these young women, and we hope we have the chance to also help your daughter.

Will you take a few minutes now to browse through our website to discover more about our therapeutic boarding school for girls, even though we are not located in Pittsburgh, PA.  Also, read some of our many success stories and feel free to ask us for references you can call.

Please Inquire for More Information and the Fees for the Clearview Horizon Therapeutic Boarding School for Girls, though we are located in the Pacific Northwest, not in Pittsburgh, PA.  

More about therapeutic boarding schools for girls in or near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:
Pittsburgh is the second-largest city in the U.S. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the county seat of Allegheny County. Regionally, it anchors the largest urban area of Appalachia and the Ohio River Valley, and nationally, it is the 22nd-largest urban area in the United States. The population of the city in 2010 was 305,704, while that of the seven-county metropolitan area stood at 2,356,285. Downtown Pittsburgh retains substantial economic influence, ranking at 25th in the nation for jobs within the urban core and 6th in job density. The characteristic shape of Pittsburgh’s central business district is a triangular tract carved by the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, which form the Ohio River. The city features 151 high-rise buildings, 446 bridges, two inclined railways, and a pre-revolutionary fortification. Pittsburgh is known colloquially as “the City of Bridges” and “the Steel City” for its many bridges and former steel manufacturing base.
While the city is historically known for its steel industry, today its economy is largely based on healthcare, education, technology, robotics, and financial services. The downturn of the steel industry left no steel mills within the City of Pittsburgh and only two remaining mills in the county, though more than 300 steel-related businesses remain in the area. By contrast, the region supports 1,600 technology companies, ranging from a Google campus to small startups. The city has redeveloped abandoned industrial sites with new housing, shopping and offices, such as SouthSide Works and Bakery Square.
While Pittsburgh faced an economic crisis in the 1980s as the regional steel industry waned, modern Pittsburgh is economically strong. The housing market is relatively stable despite a national subprime mortgage crisis, and Pittsburgh added jobs in 2008 even as the national economy entered a significant jobs recession. This positive economic trend is in contrast to the 1980s, when Pittsburgh lost its manufacturing base in steel and electronics, and corporate jobs in the oil (Gulf Oil), electronics (Westinghouse), chemical (Koppers) and defense (Rockwell International) industries.
The city is headquarters to major global financial institutions PNC Financial Services (the nation’s fifth-largest bank), Federated Investors and the regional headquarters of BNY Mellon, descended from Mellon Financial and the Mellon family. Major publications often note Pittsburgh’s high livability compared to other American cities, with the city claiming the top overall spot in the United States in recent “most livable city” lists by Rand McNally (2007), Forbes (2010), and The Economist (2011).

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