At Seasons, we treat students between the ages of 10-13 that experience a number of psychological and behavioral issues that have impacted not only themselves, but their families as well. We work to provide a solid continuum of care that can help each one of our students excel in their recovery.
Some of the most common issues that we treat at Seasons include:
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of self-awareness and social skills
- Defiant behavior
- Difficulty maintaining positive peer relationships
- Learning differences
- Family conflict
We recognize that many of these issues stem for more serious problems that have not yet been properly diagnosed. At Seasons, we are dedicated to diagnosing each student based on his or her behavioral patterns. Some of the core diagnoses that we see in our students include:
- Social difficulties
- Depression and Anxiety
- Adoption and Attachment issues
- Grief issues
Once your child is properly diagnosed, we put forth every effort possible to ensure that he or she gets the care they need to overcome their challenges through our intensive clinical care and dedication to your child’s success.