SUWS run licensed treatment programs as a help for troubled teenagers to overcome their behavioral and emotional problems. Our cognitive behavioral group therapy and cognitive behavioral family therapy help the children and their families to cope up with each other and it also provides help for troubled teenagers by letting them identify their internal conflicts that keep them away from responding to parental efforts. The cognitive behavioral group therapy enhances the team work and good communication skill. The cognitive behavioral family therapy is customized according to the family dynamics. We involve certified equine specialist in our equine therapy program and the students work with the horses in the presence of this equine specialist.
Cognitive behavioral family therapy is usually a five-day program including one-on-one family therapy, cognitive behavioral group therapy, and experiential therapies that increase trust and team work. These family therapies are actually a help for troubled teenagers as the families are educated and made aware of the hidden techniques that can work with their children. The families learn the underlying cause of negative and unhealthy behavior of their children in cognitive behavioral family therapy. Get the help for troubled teenagers within cognitive behavioral group therapy. Our equine specialist actively develops programs that the teenagers do in the presence of equine specialist.
Equine specialist helps the children overcome obstacles and embrace success. Equine specialist extends help for troubled teenagers with history of low self-esteem, social disorder, and developmental delays. Our other step towards help for troubled teenagers starts with family involvement through cognitive behavioral family therapy where families learn to support their children and themselves. The cognitive behavioral family therapy seems miracle sometimes. Our cognitive behavioral group therapy includes different families and children where they develop bonds and establish communication. Cognitive behavioral group therapy gives better exposure.
In the cognitive behavioral family therapy, students and their parents rebuild bonds and demonstrate care for each other. It provides help for troubled teenagers by giving them a chance to walk with their family by being together in cognitive behavioral family therapy. In the cognitive behavioral group therapy two to six families participate having common issue. Here they get support and advice from each other to provide help for troubled teenagers. The cognitive behavioral group therapy occurs a month. Our equine specialist is certified by the EAGALA and the students are guided by the equine specialist when they work with the horses.