Logan River Academy has a great deal of experience and success in helping adolescents, ages 12-18, who are having difficulties in the home, community and school. We help students struggling with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues including: autism spectrum disorders, adoption issues, anxiety, oppositional behavior, bipolar disorder, borderline issues, PTSD, substance abuse, depression, ADHD, impulse control, peer pressure, anger management, self-esteem, grief/loss issues, family relationships, communication, and academic struggles.
Adolescence is a period when individuals undergo intense moral, emotional, intellectual, and physical transformation. It is a particularly challenging phase because, as children change into adults, they begin to form a sense of individuality. These changes can cause emotional upheavals and confusion for the teenagers and their families alike. As one of the leading schools for struggling teens, we are committed to helping our students cope with their feelings of fear, loss, anger, and anxiety. We provide a safe and caring environment where our students can overcome the issues that are creating difficulty at home, in school, or in the community.
Our evidence-based approaches help students and families effectively deal with the challenges of emotional, behavioral, and neurological concerns that may be impacting happiness and success. We have a proven track record and are committed to changing lives for the better.
Each of our small and intimate programs offer specialized programming to students with specific diagnoses and needs. All students participate in a fully accredited school and an exceptional adventure learning program, keeping students active and learning new skills. At Logan River Academy we have an overarching philosophy that we call the Principle-Based Model. This model is based on five principles for effective living: honesty, respect, accountability, fairness, and caring. These guiding principles guide how we train our team, how we work with our students
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