We remove the stigma around mental health treatment and substance abuse issues and provide compassionate care that leads to self-awareness, confidence, and self-esteem.
Our comprehensive approach offers a different kind of teen rehab and incorporates clinical, experiential, and academic modalities. We treat the individual teen and the whole family. Our core mission as a teen treatment center is to establish healthy communication and connection between teens and their families. We bring them from darkness to light.
Each teen attends multiple weekly sessions with expert clinicians. In addition, psychiatrists are part of the personal eight-member Treatment Team.
Our compassionate recovery program is rooted in the development of a strong sense of self-love and self-acceptance to ensure a lifelong commitment to personal recovery.
Body Image Group
This therapeutic process group provides a gender-specific, safe, and supportive environment. Hence, teens can express their concerns about body perceptions and external appearance.
We treat adolescents in the context of the entire family. Family members participate in weekly therapy, recovery work, and monitored group activities on weekends.
Our approach to nutrition focuses on healthy choices and eating habits. Furthermore, as part of our unique teen rehab approach, nutritionists and culinary staff educate clients about proper nutrition. In addition, the team creates healthy meal plans with the kids.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) helps residents acknowledge the unhealthy behaviors they are using to cope with deeper underlying issues. Additionally, we develop ways to modify these behaviors.
We perform a thorough clinical assessment to determine each incoming resident’s specific needs and create an individualized treatment plan that encompasses a variety of counseling and therapeutic modalities.
Group Therapy Program
Daily group therapy sessions allow residents to build healthy relationships, support one another, and discuss the healing process together.
In our psychoeducation groups, Newport Academy’s clinical professionals educate teens on how the brain works. Hence, this allows them to positively change thought processes.
Newport Academy’s licensed, highly qualified clinicians specialize in adolescent health and development. As a result, our medical staff is also available to oversee residents 24 hours a day.
A gender-specific approach allows for greater comfort. Therefore, teens experience deeper bonding in our teen treatment center group discussions and activities. Consequently, we help clients develop self-confidence without distraction.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) combines acceptance and mindfulness with commitment and behavior-change strategies to increase psychological flexibility.
Attachment-Based Family Therapy
We use Attachment-Based Family Therapy to strengthen the emotionally protective, secure-based, parent-child relationship while promoting adolescent autonomy.
Bowen’s Family System Theory
We identify patterns and explore connectedness and reactivity within the family system.
Brown & Lewis’s Developmental Model
By applying Brown & Lewis’s Developmental Model, we help teens cultivate healthy relationships. They do this by addressing three areas of their life: individual, family, and environmental factors.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Our therapists use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to identify and modify thought and behavior patterns. Therefore, this creates shifts from the negative toward the positive.
Emotional Freedom Technique
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a modality that uses alternative holistic methods, including acupuncture, neurolinguistic programming, and energy work to modify emotions.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
We use this evidence-based psychotherapeutic treatment to alleviate distress from PTSD and traumatic memories. Hence, this adapts the way the brain processes information.
Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy
Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) engages teens through a family-centered approach. Therefore, this empowers teens and family members.
Person-Centered or Humanistic Therapy
At Newport Academy, we engage teens with unconditional positive regard, compassion, and empathy. This allows kids to feel accepted and understand their feelings.
Prochaska and DiClemente’s Stages of Change Model
At Newport Academy, we use this evolutionary model so teens gain insight into the process of change.
Certified yoga instructors facilitate our Yoga Program. In addition, this includes up to six classes per week. Furthermore, all classes teach awareness in a supportive group setting.
Equine-Assisted Therapy supports caring and nurturing behaviors. Additionally, clients are able to be in the present moment as they work with our Equine-Assisted Therapists.
Healthy exercise is a fundamental part of our teen rehab treatment. Hence, teens learn basic fitness skills that they can use as positive coping methods throughout their lives.
Teens learn to acknowledge and express their deep-rooted emotions as they make and listen to music. In addition, teens play music together.
Adventure Therapy includes rock climbing, paddle boarding, surfing, hiking, ropes courses, and kayaking. Therefore, while developing new skills, teens gain confidence and learn to have fun. We offer a different kind of teen rehab.
Martial Arts Group
Martial Arts sessions provide opportunities to work through mental challenges via a physical outlet. Furthermore, this activity offers a new lens to help teens understand and heal from mental health issues.
Our Executive Chefs, registered dieticians, and clinical nutritionists lead groups in culinary creativity and teach self-care and self-sufficiency through nutrition. Hence, they teach culinary creativity and self-care through nutrition.
The integration of community service and volunteer work is powerful. This work facilitates change.
Photography Arts encourage teens to look at the world from a different perspective. Therefore, instructors teach kids to find beauty in everyday life.
Clients participate in Art Therapy weekly. In addition, teens use visual arts to find new, creative modes of expression.
Individualized pacing with specialized tutors allows our team to provide extensive support. Therefore, this helps students prepare for AP, SAT, or ACT exams.
Our staff creates tailored instruction for each student, informed by neuro-psychoeducational test results, transcripts, family/parent input, and input from school.
Each student receives an Individualized Academic Plan (IAP) in age-appropriate state standards. In addition, the (IAP) incorporates academic assessment, neuro-psychoeducational testing, parental input, and personal needs.
We provide neuropsychoeducational testing in the areas of academic achievement, cognitive abilities, and social/emotional development.
Newport Academy teachers communicate weekly with families. Hence, we provide updates on academic progress. Therefore, this ensures that each teen stays on track for success.
Every morning, our teens set goals, state positive affirmations, and access spiritual connection. Consequently, this starts the day from a foundation of calm and self-reflection.
Throughout the week, teens at Newport Academy perform an Inventory and Reflection exercise. Therefore, this is part of the therapeutic healing process.
Church, Synagogue, Temple
We honor all religious affiliations. Hence, our clients have the opportunity to attend church, temple, or synagogue to maintain their spiritual practices while in treatment. Spiritual connection is good for teens seeking purpose.
Accessing spiritual connection is an integral part of Newport Academy’s holistic treatment philosophy. In addition, meditation modalities also sustain our teens’ commitment to healing and recovery. Therefore, when we begin a therapy session with meditation it helps adolescents participate with greater intent, comfort, and ease.
What Conditions Does Rehab for Teenagers Encompass Today?
It’s important to know how to identify symptoms of teenage depression. The signs can often be mistaken as a child simply behaving like a “typical” teen: moody, sullen, and/or emotionally volatile. Family circumstances, physical changes, and social pressure can all create challenges in a teen’s life that trigger depression.
It is hard for parents to see kids experiencing stress. Yet stress is a natural part of adolescence. However, when stress progresses into teen anxiety, it can be psychologically crippling. The Newport Academy treatment team empathizes, and applies decades of experience in treating teen anxiety. We help adolescents and families learn new skills and self-understanding to overcome the disorder.
Deciding on the right teen rehab for a child is incredibly challenging. At Newport Academy’s rehab for teenagers, we do more than help teens stop using drugs and alcohol. We also treat the underlying issues. We recognize that substance abuse is a mental health issue, and we are here to address the root causes of self-destructive behaviors. This approach results in successful outcomes and sustainable recovery.
Teen mental health struggles are common. But finding mental health treatment for teens can be tough for any family. Moreover, entering teen treatment can be scary for both adolescents and their families. That’s why Newport Academy’s teen treatment for mental health begins with compassionate support, acceptance, and unconditional love.
Teen trauma is difficult for any family. Every parent wants to protect their teenager and ensure their safety and happiness throughout life. Support for teens and families is essential for healing teen trauma and moving forward. At Newport Academy, we understand how impactful teen trauma can be, and we are here to help.
Teen substance abuse affects many families. No one is immune from the negative impact of alcohol, prescription drugs, and illicit substances. Early detection and treatment through rehab for teenagers and teen substance abuse treatment are key to successful recovery and sustainable sobriety over the long term.
Teen eating disorders can be life-threatening for adolescents. In fact, experts consider eating disorders the deadliest of all mental health conditions. As many as 10 in 100 young women suffer from an eating disorder. When it comes to teen eating disorders, professional treatment and support is needed for lasting recovery.