We are a therapeutic boarding school for girls in Minnesota. We serve girls from Minnesota and across the US. The Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school was established in 1995 to serve Christian families with a quality residential treatment option for troubled teen girls. In its quest to do so, Evangelhouse pioneered a treatment model that blends licensed behavioral healthcare with the structure of a traditional Christian boarding school. Since then, it has evolved to become the premier non-denominational Christian option in the marketplace of high-quality teen residential treatment centers.
At Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school for girls, we get so many girls from Minnesota that we created this page for Minnesota families looking for a Christian all-girls boarding school. Girls in large cities like Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Duluth, and Bloomington face unique mental health challenges. Minnesota families find our campus ideal to create the separation needed to have their daughters heal.
Individualized Attention at our Girls Boarding School
At Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school for girls in Minnesota, we have seen many issues over the years plague young girls in grades 6-12. Today’s issues are more profound than ever. It used to be that just picking a career, or finding a marital partner was the most a girl had to worry about.
Today’s modern fast-paced world is much different. Girls go online to socialize and connect. They are in social competitions for likes on social media, and they are pressured to take photos showing their best sides in the public for followers. Online bullying and other cyber pressures are unique to this generation of girls.
Below are 5 issues that are different today for girls:
From buying the right clothes to hanging out with the right people, fitting in today is harder than ever. Part of this is due to how publicly the typical teen lives thanks to the internet. Often, the pressure to fit in is too much. This is when the outside help of a therapeutic boarding school like Evangelhouse is warranted.
Teenagers have gotten more secluded in their virtual worlds. No longer are teens motivated by getting their own car or a job. It’s often difficult to find motivation for a young teen that does not involve something related to a screen. At Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school for girls, we help girls find that inner spark and re-discover who they are.
Teens are surrounded by disrespect today. They see it in the movies they watch and the online games they play. It’s pervasive in modern music as well. Even female “role models” in modern pop music sing songs that are often disrespectful to themselves. At Evangelhouse Christian Academy we help young ladies build self-respect through our positive peer culture.
Depression and Anxiety
Interacting mainly online has been linked to depression and anxiety. We look at photos of others online and it’s just human nature to compare. Being cooped up at home and cut off from the rest of the world only adds to the sensation.
Teens are suffering from depression and anxiety perhaps more than ever before. Many teens’ online “friends” will post only the best photos on vacation after taking multiple shots. This leaves followers feeling inadequate and that they are somehow missing out.
At Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school for girls, we treat depression, anxiety, and a host of other issues. Individual, family, and group therapy interventions are structured within the Evangelhouse Lifeleaf™ system. This state-of-the-art system challenges students to work beyond symptom improvement. This unique integrative approach leads students to maturity, insight, and self-awareness. The blend of Christian values and professional clinical psychotherapy includes:
- Professional assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning
- Weekly individual therapy
- Weekly group therapy
- Parent and family therapy
- Weekly therapeutic emphasis groups
- Weekly DBT Therapy skills group
- The unique Evangelhouse stages of change system
- Experiential family therapy retreats
- EMDR Trauma Therapy is available as needed
If you have any questions about the program please call us at 1-800-924-4012 or visit our contact page.