New Haven Service Trip- Peru 2016

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Service Trips | Peru Service Service Trips 0 Comments

In April of 2013 New Haven launched its service trip program with a humanitarian trip to Peru. Since then, we have taken groups of families all over the world in an effort to serve others while providing a truly unique and therapeutic and family bonding experience. We were so thrilled to have the opportunity this […]

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How to Stop Overreacting in a Relationship

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Relationship Problems | Interactions life skills Relationships 0 Comments

Relationships are hard, especially when you’re a teenager.  As a parent, it’s easy to forget that growing up is a stressful process. Fights with friends, planning for college, involvement in sports, and developing a personal identity can lead to some big breakdowns. When this happens, it can be hard to know how to stop overreacting in a relationship […]

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Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis

Posted by Kris Kilpatrick | Emotional Outbursts | crisis 0 Comments

If you have a teenager, you have seen them go through significant changes in friends, interests, and personality. Whether it’s stonewalling or throwing tantrums, there are going to be emotional extremes. Here are some principles to help families in mental health crisis. Recognize the Pattern First things first, realize your child most likely has some […]

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Brain-Based Learning

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Education | Art brain research Brain-based education school 0 Comments

At New Haven, we incorporate the principles of brain-based learning and education to support student learning. There are many ways brain-based learning is incorporated into our program. We wanted to share a tangible example with you, so you not only learn about it, but can experience it as well. A coloring book and a box […]

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