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You Vs. 2020

Heather Monroe, LCSW, director of program development at Newport Academy, discusses how recent events are exacerbating mental health issues for teens.
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Accreditation, Licensing, & Affiliations

Our innovative approach to mental healthcare earns accolades from press around the world, but it is our dedication to our client success that has helped us achieve accreditation from The Joint Commission, exceed licensing standards of care, and nurture affiliations with the following:

“I can provide a bridge for my teen's #healing by considering an outpatient level of care for their mental health treatment.”

Newport offers a complimentary and confidential assessment during which a complete history will be taken and the appropriate level of care will be recommended. Options include Residential, Intensive Outpatient, and Partial Hospitalization.
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“I can be in control of my words so that I can most effectively communicate with my teen.”

Have you tried “active listening” techniques to improve the relationship with your teen?

#parentingteens #talkingtoteens
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“I can love my child well through recognizing our family's need for treatment.”

Knowing that a teen needs help is the first step in healing. It’s not too late to get started. For inspiration, watch alumnus Jake’s story by following the link in our profile.

#healing #recoveryispossible
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“I can help my teen thrive by providing them the opportunity to experience behavioral health modalities like experiential and group therapy.”

There’s more to #teenmentalhealth services than just traditional, one-on-one talk therapy. Adventure therapy, music therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and group sessions are part of an integrative and evidence-based approach to healing.
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“I can help my teen quit vaping."

Knowing more about what #vaping is and why kids do it is how #parents can empower themselves to help teenagers stop.
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“I can empower my teen and restore my family by exploring treatment options.”

These are just some of the ways health conditions can manifest in teens. If you recognize these signs in someone you love, don’t wait—call us now at (855) 832-7083.
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“I can be the leader in my family by educating myself about teen mental health and the role the whole family unit plays in it.”

Life as it once was has shifted. As a result, 70 percent of teens report experiencing mental health challenges. Some young people may be facing what is known as situational depression, which is different from clinical depression, but still requires treatment since any kind of depression can increase the risk of suicide.

#teenmentalhealth #depressiontreatment
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According to @tmentalhealth, 1 in 5 young people suffers from a mental illness.

Today is #worldmentalhealthday and we want to #stopthestigma with a resource to help educate and aid conversations because mental health concerns are real and treatable.

Learn more about teenage depression and why it needs to be taken seriously via our profile.
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A lot of schools have gone virtual, but bullying is still IRL.

Shame, fear, and hard-to-spot outward signs make it tough for parents to see the signs of bullying. Don’t be a victim of not knowing what to look for. Help #stompoutbullying by going to our link in bio to learn the signs and types of bullying and what can be done for both bullies and the bullied.

#stopbullying #bullyingawareness #bullyingawarenessmonth #teenmentalhealth #familysystems #bullying #teenmentalhealth
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