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New Hampshire DBT Treatment Center for Girls

DBT Therapy for Girls from New Hampshire

Evangelhouse is a DBT Treatment Center for New Hampshire Girls. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been found to be particularly effective for individuals, including girls, with various personality disorders. Girls with personality disorders often struggle with intense and fluctuating emotions. DBT places a strong emphasis on validating and accepting these emotions without judgment. This validation is crucial for individuals who may have experienced invalidation in the past, fostering a sense of understanding and acceptance.

DBT is known for its practical and skill-based approach. It equips individuals with concrete skills to manage and regulate their emotions, improve interpersonal relationships, and cope with distress. For girls with personality disorders, who may face challenges in emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness, these skills are invaluable in navigating daily life.

Mindfulness Techniques:

Mindfulness is a core component of DBT. Through mindfulness techniques, individuals learn to stay present in the moment, observe their thoughts and emotions without becoming overwhelmed, and make informed choices. This can be especially beneficial for girls with personality disorders, helping them develop a greater awareness of their emotions and reactions.

Many personality disorders involve difficulties in forming and maintaining healthy relationships. DBT addresses this through interpersonal effectiveness training. Girls learn communication skills, boundary setting, and strategies for building and maintaining positive connections with others.

Girls with personality disorders may be at an increased risk of engaging in self-harming behaviors or experiencing suicidal thoughts. DBT includes specific modules that address these issues, providing girls with alternative coping mechanisms and a structured approach to managing crises.

Research has shown that DBT is effective in the long term for individuals with personality disorders. This is crucial for sustained improvement and preventing relapse. The comprehensive nature of DBT, addressing various aspects of mental health, contributes to its long-term effectiveness.

DBT’s effectiveness for girls with personality disorders lies in its validation-oriented approach, practical skill-building, mindfulness techniques, interpersonal effectiveness training, acknowledgment of dialectics, and the provision of a structured and supportive therapeutic environment. These elements work together to empower individuals to navigate the challenges associated with personality disorders and improve their overall quality of life.

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    Evangelhouse is proud to offer a clinically sophisticated treatment program in a close-knit Christian environment. Learn about our community, values, and campus by clicking the link.

    OUR DBT TREATMENT CENTER COMPONENTS:

    Spiritual

    Evangelhouse Christian Academy is a Christian boarding school based upon biblical principles.

    Therapeutic

    We integrate professional therapeutic services with Christian, biblical values.

    Academic

    Our licensed teachers with advanced degrees administer a nationally accredited curriculum.

    Social

    Every student is included as a valued member of the peer group and part of the positive peer culture.

    Physical

    Students learn assertiveness, empowerment, mood management, and character development.

    Stages

    Within each Lifeleaf stage, students have professional feedback to guide their progress and behavior.

    Traditional Values for Modern Times

    At Evangelhouse DBT Treatment Center for New Hampshire Girls, 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. 

    Below are 3 issues that are different today for girls:

    “Fitting in”: 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.

    Motivation; 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 Christian boarding school for girls, we help girls find that inner spark and re-discover who they are. 

    Disrespect; 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 boarding school for girls, we help young ladies build self-respect through our positive peer culture.

    Top DBT Treatment Center for Girls from New Hampshire

    Evangelhouse DBT treatment center for girls enrolls girls from New Hampshire cities like Manchester, Nashua, and all across the US. We even have girls enrolled from multiple other countries including the UK, Canada, Mexico, and beyond. Families love our convenient location, no-cost airport pickups, and having their daughter away from a negative peer group so she can focus on solving her issues.

    Call us at (800) 924-4012 or review our Admissions Page for more information. You can read about our criteria for admissions here.

    A Therapeutic Boarding School Offering DBT Just For Girls

    Evangelhouse DBT Treatment Center for New Hampshire Girls is a boarding school with therapeutic support like DBT just for girls grades 6-12. While we are based on traditional values, we keep up with modern issues girls face including tech-related issues. Today’s teen girl has so many more potential dangers than any proceeding generation. Just consider that eating issues, self-esteem issues, and identity issues usually begin soon before or during puberty.  Eating disorders like binge eating, bulimia, or anorexia can have a negative impact on a teen girl’s family relationships, her physical health, her outlook, and her attitude

    Women are more likely than men to suffer from eating disorders. Add to this problem the invention of Instagram, TikTok, and other social media platforms and you have a recipe for disaster in today’s teenage girl.

    At Evanglehouse, we see many teen girls trying to find their place in society and want to be recognized and appreciated for who they are. Many of the young ladies we work with at Evangelhouse are dealing with anxiety and insecurity, and the root cause can be often traced back to a social media app. Often, it’s the student’s peers at their school who are causing the trouble. We address comparing ourselves to others in group therapy, and why the image you see on Instagram might not be an accurate portrayal of that person’s life.

    We understand that many girls may experience emotions of loneliness and even depression as a result of not fitting in, whether that is real or imagined. Add to that, consider all of the negativity today’s teen girl finds online. Violent video games, sexualized content, bullying, hate speech, and more are readily available online. Add to this the constant comparison and competition for “likes” and followers their peers in the high school compete for. It’s no wonder so many girls report feeling depressed.

    Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media platforms can be fantastic methods for kids to engage with the world when used appropriately. On the other side, they can be quite dangerous and harmful to self-esteem when misused.  Our staff oversees and influences the culture of positive peer influence at Evangelhouse. In this way, we seek to guide our students toward a more mature and responsible way of interacting and facing the dangers in today’s world.

    Basics of DBT for Girls

    DBT was developed by Dr. Marsha M. Linehan and is rooted in cognitive-behavioral therapy principles. It was initially designed to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder but has since been adapted to help people with various emotional and behavioral challenges. DBT places a strong emphasis on acceptance and change, aiming to balance seemingly opposing concepts to facilitate personal growth.

    Core Components of DBT:

    Emotion Regulation:

    DBT focuses on teaching individuals how to identify, understand, and regulate their emotions. This is particularly crucial for adolescents who may be navigating the tumultuous waters of adolescence, where emotional intensity is common.

    Distress Tolerance:

    Adolescents often face situations that cause distress, and DBT equips them with skills to tolerate and cope with these challenging moments. This is especially beneficial in preventing impulsive or self-destructive behaviors.

    Interpersonal Effectiveness:

    Building and maintaining healthy relationships are fundamental components of mental well-being. DBT helps adolescents develop effective communication skills, assertiveness, and conflict-resolution strategies.

    Mindfulness:

    Mindfulness is a key element of DBT, encouraging individuals to stay present in the moment. This skill aids in reducing anxiety, promoting self-awareness, and helping adolescents make informed decisions.

    TESTIMONIALS

    Rose B
    Rose B
    2022-01-18
    This school literally has given my daughter her life back and has given us the tools to help her and herself into the future. This is a full circle, all encompassing program. From admission to graduation. Do not delete this school from your list! I almost did because it was far away...and...to be honest, I wasn't sure how I felt about a "Christian" school. Whether you are religious or not, don't be put off or think your child is going to be brainwashed. She's not! It is a part of the day and I thought my daughter would hate it (and so did she). But it turns out she found great comfort there and her faith! I thoroughly investigated this school. In addition to my own research, I also hired a company that researches and screens these types of programs. I also had my daughter's psychiatrist interview the director! I've done all the researching and investigating for you. Whatever your daughter's issues may be, I probably have them covered! My daughter's diagnosis' range from ADHD, Anxiety, High Risk Behavior, Adoption issues/trauma and psychosis. Do not waste your time. Don't wait for Spring or end of school or whatever timeline. Act now! The happiest day of my life was delivering her to the ECA. I actually slept for the first time in years. Knowing my daughter was finally getting the help she so deserved. Therapy, school, socialization, faith, responsibility, accountability, self-worth and confidence. We all ask or pray for help. Consider ECA as prayers answered.
    Tori Rivers
    Tori Rivers
    2020-08-27
    I graduated from ECA 4 years ago, and I can genuinely say that this place is truly amazing. It can and will help your daughter if she wants to put in the work. The staff and the girls I was with all made me feel like family and that I mattered. This place really saved my life, so if you are looking for a place that will help your daughter please send her here, I promise they will take care of her.
    Mark Brown
    Mark Brown
    2019-06-02
    We had a troubled teen. I found ECA online. I made a call and set up a visit. We were looking for a place that included God and biblical principles in their program. Now that our child has finished the program, WOW! Thank you ECA leadership. Every one on staff believes in the program. It shows! and it works!!
    Andy Pohl
    Andy Pohl
    2018-12-02
    This school has been an absolute Godsend for my daughter and our family. We realized a few months ago that she needed residential treatment. After an exhaustive search, we found the wonderful people at Evangelhouse. They do an amazing job keeping parents updated and are always available when we call. I have been impressed with the way that they are firm with the girls but also loving and caring. The process there is amazing, especially since it involves the family also. We were so happy to find a place that provides professional counseling with a Christian focus.
    Holly Savage
    Holly Savage
    2018-05-27
    Two years ago we were struggling to get our daughter on the right track. We had tried everything and knew that she would need to be placed in a residential treatment facility. We had searched for at least a year to find the right place. Were looking for a Christian, all girls, small, therapeutic program not too far from Texas. Somehow, someway, God lead us to the Evangelhouse website. We are so glad that we took his direction because it has meant a world of difference for our daughter, our family, our marriage, and our peace of mind! Evangelhouse has taken a once broken, low-self esteem, miserable, self-centered, hostile, angry, self-doubting teenager in crisis and changed her into a Christ-centered, selfless, self-loving, servant-hearted, mature, sensible, responsible, thoughtful young adult. ECA implements a program that strips each student down to the bare necessities in order for them to focus on what is truly important in life. I don't know where we would be without ECA. I now know what it is like to have a functional, happy, and peaceful family life.
    Ari Lawrence
    Ari Lawrence
    2018-04-27
    This place is absolutely fantastic. It has changed my life more than I can express in words. My family is whole again, and I have left my negative behaviors in the dust. This place will make all the difference for your daughter.
    Anna Page
    Anna Page
    2018-01-06
    Amazing place. Truely changed my life.
    G W
    G W
    2017-05-16
    I have know Mark and Karen for over 20yrs. You will not find a more dedicated and compassionate couple to work with and care for your children.

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