Dedicated Treatment Team
In the Newport Institute residential programs for young adults, our team of mental health leaders and addiction treatment professionals spans psychiatrists, psychologists, family therapists, eating disorder therapists, nurse practitioners, counselors, equine therapists, art therapists, music therapists, adventure therapists, registered dietitians, nutritionists, teachers, and private tutors—a growing roster of experts from all over the world, with a wide range of degrees and experience.
Our programs for struggling young adults are designed to help young women learn how to find their voice, accept constructive feedback, and develop self-esteem and self-acceptance, without the pressure found in mixed-gender groups. Gender-specific environments allow young women to feel comfortable and build peer support, which is essential in the treatment and recovery process. Positive peer interaction can help them cultivate healthy boundaries, safely discuss sensitive issues, and develop strong relationships with other females. Our seasoned therapeutic staff has decades of clinical experience in treating young women, providing positive role modeling, and supporting residents as they transition from self-destruction to self-esteem.