From: Director, Tim Oversby The adolescent years have always been a difficult stage of life. The transitions in the body, the exponential brain development, the changing social settings, the increase in academic expectations, and one of the most key times of identity formation have all contributed to difficult years for teens in the modern age. In many respects, the challenges that teens face today are not unlike those from generations past, with two major differences – SPE
"Being 'on-site' in the residential program was invaluable. This provided the ability to observe on a daily basis the attitudes/behaviors that can be covered up when only periodic sessions are attended in a non-residential setting. We believe all of us received tangible counseling with actual "techniques" to employ on a regular basis."
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