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Summer Program for Teens

Summer Program For Teens

Summer Program for Teens

Aurora Behavioral Health System’s summer program for teens offers structured therapeutic treatment to address teen behavioral health issues. These issues include anxiety, depression, self-harm, poor social skills, and substance use, and treatment programs occur as day sessions during summer break.

At our summer programs, teenagers between 13 and 17-years of age will focus on identifying what triggers their feelings and behaviors, developing new coping skills, improving communication, and increasing social skills. These skills and strategies will help each teen manage challenges that they face in their home, school, and community.

Using a group model, teens follow a structured curriculum that incorporates learning outcomes for emotional regulation, interpersonal skills, peer collaboration, distress tolerance, and goal setting. These learning outcomes help address our therapy goals for each teen.

Program Details

Please review logistical details for our summer program for teens below:

  • Starts June 8th, 2020
  • Occurs Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM for up to 8 weeks
  • Half-day option available
  • Occurs at both Tempe and Glendale locations
  • Transportation may be available
  • Lunch included
  • In-network with most insurance providers

 

 Benefits of the Program

We have compiled a list of program benefits for attending teens. You can review this list below:

  • Inpatient-level treatment in a less restrictive setting
  • Increases a teen’s ability to navigate through crises effectively
  • Reduces a teen’s need for crisis involvement from mental health professionals
  • Reduces a teen’s risk for out-of-home placement

    • Increases a teen’s positive self-image, social skills, and self-esteem

  • Empowers teens to use new skills in their home and community environments

Common Behavioral Health Issues We Can Help With

Our summer program for teens can help with a variety of adolescent mental health issues. We have compiled a list of common behavioral health issues that we can help with below:

  • Mood management
  • Dealing with anger effectively
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Substance use and substance abuse
  • Social skills, self-awareness, and self-esteem
  • Healthy communication and boundaries
  • Relationships and support
  • Grief, loss, and trauma resolution
  • Self-injurious behaviors and negative thought patterns
  • Maintaining recovery and wellness
  • Goal setting and life skills

To learn more about our cognitive behavioral therapy for teens and summer program or to schedule a free, confidential assessment, call us today (877) 870-7012. You can also contact us online. Our team is happy to help answer questions and to help you determine if our summer program is right for your teen.