Relational Therapy 101: A Parent’s Guide to Navigating the Relationship-Based Treatment World

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Treatment 101 | 0 Comments

“New Haven shows us that we are loved, teaches us how to love, and helps us spread love in our lives.” – Kristin, Alumna 2006 More than 20 years ago we looked around and found that there were no residential treatment programs that treated adolescents the way we’d want our own daughters to be treated […]

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Sacagawea House Reopens After Being Remodeled

Posted by John Stewart | Life at New Haven | 0 Comments

New Haven is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Sacagawea House at our Spanish Fork Campus. New Haven was founded in 1995 and the Sacagawea House was the original residence. Over the past decades, the Sacagawea House has served as a home and refuge for hundreds of young women, and the campus has grown […]

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It’s Time to Focus on Relationships

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Therapeutic/Clinical | 0 Comments

Relationships and interactions help to define who we are and how we see the world. February often becomes a month where everyone thinks harder about relationships as we encounter all of the hearts and cupids tied to Valentine’s Day.  At New Haven Residential Treatment Center we not only focus on interpersonal relationships, but also our […]

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Celebrating Family Legacies

Posted by gretchenb | Experiential Therapy, Family Weekends, Life at New Haven | 0 Comments

As a torch is lit, we can recognize the warmth and safety that the light provides.  During our family legacy ceremony in Moab, the torch is lit and each family takes their turn sharing one of the legacies or values that they would like to pass along to their daughter.  As this is shared, a […]

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5 Tips to keep the Holidays Merry

Posted by Matt Bartlett | Relationship Problems, Tips for Families | 0 Comments

The holidays are a great time to enjoy family and friends and appreciate all that life has to offer. But they can also be a trying time, filled with stress, anxiety, unexpected temptations and a pace that can make your head spin. Along with all of the wonder and delight, it’s important to remember that […]

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Family Triangles vs. Healthy Lines of Communication

One thing that hampers the health in a family system is the presence of triangles, especially ones that are chronic or toxic. When two members of a family system experience anxiety or tension, it is common for one of them to find a third party and align with them against the other member of the […]

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Welcome Sydel Morris-Greco, New Haven’s Newest Addition to Our Academic Team

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Education | 0 Comments

At New Haven, we recognize that every girl possesses a unique constellation of academic strengths and weaknesses so our approach must be highly individualized. That’s why we are so excited to announce that Sydel Morris-Greco has joined the New Haven family as Academic Director of our Spanish Fork and Hobble Creek campuses. Sydel will join […]

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2016 Daddy Daughter Trip: Alaska

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Life at New Haven | 0 Comments

It has been shown that the father-daughter relationship often begins to diminish after treatment for a variety of reasons. At New Haven, we are committed to providing unique and meaningful experiences for our families to not only help improve the relationship between fathers and daughters but truly build a strong foundation. Our Annual Daddy-Daughter trip […]

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Quality Employees, New Haven’s Secret Sauce

Posted by Debbi Johnson | Treatment 101 | 0 Comments

No matter how beautiful the campus or how brilliant the program design, a residential treatment center with sub-par staff is not capable of helping families heal. While it may seem obvious what makes a quality employee, our team at New Haven is held to a higher standard than most. Here’s a thorough breakdown for parents […]

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Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail

Posted by Matt Bartlett | Motivation, Tips for Families | failure parenting Success 0 Comments

At New Haven, we often ask our students, “What would you try if you knew you could not fail?” This question helps teens see what is possible without fear, but it also contributes to the mindset that failure is bad.  We should be asking, “What would you try if you knew that you will fail […]

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