Summer Programs for Troubled Teens from Kuwait
Many troubled teens from Kuwait have been able to make lasting changes in their lives with the help of summer programs. These programs are intended to help students overcome the underlying, mental health-related issues that are generally the root cause of their destructive behaviors and academic struggles.
At Cedar Ridge Academy, we offer one of the top summer programs for troubled teens, both boys, and girls. What's more, we are confident that our program can help make profound changes in your son or daughter’s life.
For immediate assistance or further information on how Cedar Ridge Academy can serve you today, please call us at 866-471-6629.
Both of these types of therapy vary greatly from one another, but when combined, are profound tools for professional therapeutic staff when helping troubled teens recover from their underlying, psychological issues.
In an individual therapy session, the main focus is to seek out the fundamental issues causing the teens struggles and working through them. These sessions are intensive and provide troubled teens with invaluable, one-on-one treatment with a psychiatric professional.
However, while immersed In a group setting, students are granted the opportunity to work together to address varying issues such as substance abuse, grief counseling, relationship skills, etc. Just as one-on-one traditional therapy has its place in the healing process, so does group therapy where, in addition to receiving much needed therapeutic feedback, teens are able to build trust and strong bonds with peers as they use teamwork to assist each others’ recovery.
What's also worth mentioning is that top-tier summer programs for troubled teens, like that of Cedar Ridge Academy’s Summer bridge program, also offer exceptional academic support, enabling troubled teenage boys and girls who may be behind in their schooling with an opportunity to get caught up in his or her studies.
Research proves that structured exercise directly contributes to brain development during all stages of life
The following is an excerpt from our Karate Training Page:
Cedar Ridge Residential Treatment Center students participate in traditional Shotokan Karate Training three days each week. In an atmosphere cultivating respect, we help students develop self-control and respect for themselves and others.
Traditional Karate training involves mental as well as physical discipline. In working with teens who struggle with determination, we recognize the inherent therapeutic value of Shotokan Karate training. Once fatigue sets in, students must tap into their own persistence and commitment to continue.
Traditional Karate reduces aggressiveness in its pupils and enhances mental and physical function. Karate has a direct and proven effect on students’ focus, productivity, ADD/ADHD, and nonverbal learning issues. Karate also improves balance and “centeredness,” which provides conditioning for other sports.
Dr. John J. Ratey has conducted extensive research proving how exercise contributes to brain development, and in particular, how ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder symptoms are relieved by highly structured exercise – such as the Shotokan Karate taught at Cedar Ridge Academy Therapeutic Boarding School.
For more information regarding our Martial Arts-based Therapy, please click here.
Cedar Ridge Academy’s Summer Program Provides Teens from Kuwait with Exceptional Educational Programs and Grade Repairing Services
Like any successful summer treatment program for troubled teens, Cedary Ridge Academy’s Summer Bridge Program also emphasizes the importance of academy excellence by providing an exceptional academic program, as well as grade restoration for students who, for one reason or another, have failed to maintain an adequate Grade Point Average in school.
However, our educational services do not stop there. In addition to providing our summer-students from Kuwait with an impressive academic program, we also offer college guidance counseling when applicable.
The bottom line?
Here at Cedar Ridge Academy, whether they are with us for three months or a full year, we are steadfast and dedicated to providing the individualized academic support teens from Kuwait need in order to scholastically improve - regardless of their prior struggles or level of performance in academics.
In fact, Cedar Ridge Academy can confidently promise one thing to parents from Kuwait: upon completing our 90-day summer program, your teenage son or daughter will have completed 6-semester credits with a B average or higher.
In conclusion, Cedar Ridge Academy is a reputable therapeutic program that has the track record to back up its promise to effectively rehabilitate troubled teens from Kuwait.
Frankly, if you are a worried parent who is ready to help their troubled teenage son or daughter get their lives back on track, please do not hesitate to take the first step in helping them achieve mental health, academic, and behavioral restoration. Give us a call at 866-471-6629.
There Is Only Now
“In magic - and in life - there is only the present moment, the now. You can't measure time the way you measure the distance between two points. 'Time' doesn't pass. We human beings have enormous difficulty in focusing on the present; we're always thinking about what we did, about how we could have done it better, about the consequences of our actions, and about why we didn't act as we should have. Or else we think about the future, about what we're going to do tomorrow, what precautions we should take, what dangers await us around the next corner, how to avoid what we don't want and how to get what we have always dreamed of.”
? Paulo Coelho
Never Wait For Perfection
“There are two things we should always be 1. raw and 2. ready. When you are raw, you are always ready and when you are ready you usually realize that you are raw. Waiting for perfection is not an answer, one cannot say "I will be ready when I am perfect" because then you will never be ready, rather one must say "I am raw and I am ready just like this right now, how and who I am.”
? C. JoyBell C.