Residential Treatment Centers

€œHealing€ and €œfun€ rarely go together. Seven Stars, a residential treatment center for teens on the autism spectrum, combines the two into an unforgettable experience for struggling teens. At Seven Stars, every day is different, new, and fun. With a wide variety of activities €“ from hiking and mountain biking, to canoeing and even skiing €“ Seven Stars turns every new moment into an adventure. Residential Treatment Center

These adventures are not merely for fun, however; in fact, they are educational and therapeutic experiences. Many situations require teens to simultaneously be reliable individuals and work together as a team. By helping each other through difficult situations, adolescents can learn key skills such as self-reliance, responsibility, and communication.

Naturally, as all these activities are part of Seven Stars, the professional staff monitors the adventures to guarantee safety. Although the adventures are thrilling, they are also completely safe. This one-of-a-kind environment allows teens to truly embark on a healing path.

Although Seven Stars is located in the beautiful mountains of Utah, we help students from all over the United States. We accept boys and girls 13-18 struggling with various issues, such as a neurodevelopmental disorder or a learning disorder. For more information, call 844-601-1167 today!

Why Seven Stars’ RTC?

Seven Stars is a residential treatment center that is specifically geared to assist adolescents, ages 13 to 18, that struggle with autism, aspergers, learning disabilities, ADHD, ADD, depression, anxiety, and many others. Seven Stars’ goal is to give our students the ability to find their inner strengths and overcome their obstacles.

Our program combines assessment, residential treatment, and adventure therapy to help our students reach success. With the help of positive psychology practiced by all our staff at our residential treatment center, students at Seven Stars get led back onto the beneficial path of continual learning and growth.

Seven Stars Helps Struggling Teens Find Success

The journey into adulthood rarely occurs without a few bumps along the way. Fortunately, Seven Stars, a leading residential treatment center for young people on the autism spectrum, can help teens overcome their struggles.

Although Seven Stars is located in Utah, we help teens from all over the country. Residential Treatment Center

At Seven Stars, teens are more than simply a diagnosis. Students who enter the Seven Stars program are assessed through a variety of tests to ensure the best treatment possible. By examining each student individually, Seven Stars can tailor the program to meet each teen€™s needs and develop a personalized experience. As a residential treatment center, Seven Stars works to make the stay fun, educational, and unique for every student.

No two mental health challenges €“ or teenage struggles €“ are the same. At Seven Stars, treatment begins with the student. A focus on positive psychology helps build on a child€™s strengths as opposed to preying on their weaknesses. A residential treatment center guides teens toward self-discovery and encourages exploration of new passions. With Seven Stars€™ assistance, troubled teens can find new interests, learn new skills, and ultimately figure out who they truly are.

The Seven Stars mentoring approach uses every student€™s natural motivation to help them find success. Instead of attempting to frighten students into fitting a mold, Seven Stars allows troubled teens to lead their own recovery process.

RTCs defined…

A residential treatment center is an inpatient health facility that provides care and therapy to people that struggle with mental illness, substance abuse, and other behavioral issues that are too intense to treat with the typical therapy methods.

Residential treatment centers offer adolescents the proper treatment for their issues and disorders, such as school refusal, depression, anxiety, ADHD, OCD, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, and many others. Residential treatment centers for adolescents usually utilize many different types of therapies, such as group, family, and individual, in order to give the most holistic treatment possible.

Research about RTCs

In a study, published in the NCBI, of 440 adolescents in residential treatment centers, researchers assessed the effectiveness and outcomes of attending a residential treatment center. In the study, it was found that problem behaviors in the young people went down significantly after admittance.

In multiple studies, by the Journal of Child and Family Studies, on the outcomes of children and adolescents being in residential treatment, researchers found promising results on the effectiveness of residential treatment centers. In the studies, it was found that acute behavioral and emotional disorders benefited and sustained positive outcomes from the residential treatment, as long as the residential treatment center was holistic, multimodal, and ecological in approach.

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According to the Huffington Post, back in February 2014, Selena Gomez spent around two weeks in a residential treatment center. She was admitted for “emotional issues” and “partying.”

Later in the year, Hollywood Life wrote an article about her speaking of her time in the residential treatment center. She gave the reason that she had admitted into treatment because she had “lost sight of who she was.” She explained that she needed to get back to her roots and be guided back onto the right path.

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Sources

Study published in NCBI on effectiveness of Residential Treatment Centers

Study by the Journal of Child and Family Studies on Residential Treatment Centers

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