Learning that your teen has been using engaging in negative, risky behaviors is a scary realization for parents. Fortunately, there are resources available to help your child from Kansas move through this difficult period in a healthy way. One of the top residential treatment centers for teens with trauma is Red Mountain Colorado. The residential treatment center campus is located just outside of Denver and helps teens from all over, including Kansas.
Red Mountain Colorado serves adolescent boys ages 14-17 that are struggling with mental health issues and want to make a change. And though it is imperative that we treat the behaviors, we also need to take the time the treat underlying concerns that led them to act out.
For some of our students, there is anxiety, depression, or trauma to heal from. Whatever the reason, Red Mountain Colorado is here to help.
In terms of development, the teenage years are an important period of growth. Our holistic approach is ideal for this population as it addresses all the needs of our students: social, emotional, academic, familial, spiritual, and physical. By looking at all of these different parts, we foster holistic healing which leads to lasting change.
With our relational approach at our residential treatment center, we help students refocus on the relationships that matter most: those with their families. Our family programming is designed to reconnect the family system in safe, healthy, and functional ways.
Learn more about our whole-person approach to care at our top residential treatment center by calling Red Mountain Colorado today at (877) 302-5022.
Effective Therapeutic Approaches at Our Teen Residential Treatment Center
In order for therapy to be truly effective, we need to meet students where they are at and find ways to make therapy engaging. For this reason, Red Mountain Colorado’s residential treatment center utilizes a variety of experiential therapeutic techniques. From our years of experience, we know that teens are most responsive to therapies that are experiential and hands-on. These are some of the experience-based approaches that your Kansas son will participate in:
- Process Group
- Equine Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Individual Therapy
Each week, your son from Kansas will be actively involved in 42 hours of clinician-led therapies. By using a variety of different approaches, we are more likely to find an approach that your son connects and engages with. Using these different therapeutic modalities also allows us to help your son along all the different points of his therapeutic journey. Regardless of what he is struggling with, our dedicated team at Red Mountain Colorado can create an individualized treatment plan that addresses his unique strengths and needs.
Red Mountain Colorado’s campus is located north of Denver. Even though our residential treatment center is located outside of Kansas, we work with clients from all over the country, including Kansas.
At our teen residential treatment center, you will find a group of dedicated and compassionate professionals. We started Red Mountain Colorado because we believe in your teen from Kansas and his ability to heal. It is our mission to provide the highest quality care in order to help our students live joyful and productive lives.
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