Positive Parenting When Your Teen is Being Negative

Posted by Heather Schaffer | Parenting Teens | Positive Parenting Relationships 0 Comments

If you have a teenager at home, you are familiar with the tension, drama, and hurt that can occur on a daily basis. It may often feel like your choices are limited to yelling and punishing them. You are not alone!  Here are some things you can do to get back to engaged and positive […]

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Setting Healthy Boundaries With Teens

Posted by Emma Cone | Parenting Teens | boundaries parenting tips Relationships 0 Comments

The word “no” has a bad reputation- from toddler to teenager, using that word can create conflict. Parents may feel guilty when saying it and worry their kids feel unloved hearing it. However, “no” is a vital part of keeping teenagers emotionally balanced, safe, and healthy. Here are some tips on how to practice setting […]

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Spring Sports at New Haven

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Life at New Haven | Athletics Basketball Soccer Sports Volleyball 0 Comments

Did you know that New Haven students have the neat opportunity to participate in three competitive sports annually? We get so excited to kick off the school year with our Volleyball season and the girls are ready to play! We have two Varsity level volleyball teams who compete during the traditional volleyball season. In fact, […]

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Leave Your Mark on the World: Lessons From Art Class

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Parenting Teens | Art Identity 0 Comments

We all leave our mark on others and the world.  Our amazing art teacher at Hobble Creek recently lead a discussion to illustrate this principle.  Students discussed how they leave their mark on people, both positive and negative.  Then a model was brought in to be painted on with each student leaving their beautiful mark […]

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New Haven Celebrates 5 Years Camping in MOAB

Posted by David Mayeski | Life at New Haven | 0 Comments

Recently, families flew from all over the Unites States and even a few countries outside the US, to converge on the scenic town of Moab in Southern Utah.  As part of an annual tradition, families spend two nights camping every fall for family weekend, and returned to Moab for the 5th consecutive year – historically […]

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Create A Lasting Connection With Your Children

Posted by Matt Bartlett | Parenting Teens | Connection family Relationships 0 Comments

While writing this article my mind is replaying the words, “Tradition! Tradition!” from Fiddler on the Roof. In the musical, Tevye is referring to the typical roles of fathers, mothers, and children at that time and in that culture. Family roles represent just one of many areas impacted by traditions and rituals. In my own […]

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Our Dads and Daughters Take Glacier National Park

Posted by Andrew Baron | Life at New Haven | 0 Comments

Family involvement is central to New Haven’s treatment philosophy. We are always trying to help family relationships not just to grow, but to flourish. In particular, we have come to realize that the father-daughter relationship is the one that struggles the most following treatment. We wanted to help fight that trend and created a Daddy/Daughter […]

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The Tragedy of Unreported Rapes

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Trauma | PTSD rape Sexual Assault trauma 0 Comments

What is the Definition of a Rape? According to the US Department of Justice rape is legally defined as: “an act of penile-vaginal intercourse by force and without consent. Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the offense.” Understanding and accepting this broad definition of rape can help victims overcome myths about rape that may […]

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Gender-Specific Residential Treatment Centers Work

Posted by New Haven Residential Treatment Center | Understanding Therapy | all girls single gender 0 Comments

As treatment programs proliferate and become more specialized, more and more programs are now designed to address specific needs, such as non-verbal learning disabilities, single-diagnosis and dual diagnosis substance abuse disorders, eating disorders, and so on. Behavioral healthcare providers, along with mainstream educators, are also discovering the power of gender-specialized treatment. Many researchers and practitioners […]

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10 Questions to Select the Best Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program for Your Daughter

Different drug and alcohol dependent or addicted patients require different treatment settings based on age, diagnostic profile, maturity of addiction, type of addiction, and gender. This means that there is a dizzying array of drug rehab, and drug and alcohol rehab options available. Selecting the right one for your daughter can seem overwhelming at first. […]

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