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Mount Pleasant Academy, Treatment Facility  in Mount Pleasant
“With the technological advances being made parents are finding it increasingly difficult to shield their children from pornography. Now, in addition to the exposure kids might encounter from classmates who borrowed one of their father's magazines, most adolescents are spending large amounts of time online for homework or entertainment reasons, therefore, it is estimated that nine in ten boys have been exposed to internet pornography. Unfortunately, many of these boys are susceptible to developing addictions or compulsions to these images. Most parents will initially minimize the problem, hoping their child is simply "experimenting". This is very unfortunate because internet pornography is the fast track to sex addiction. It happens so quickly that most parents are caught unaware until it's too late. If you add internet pornography to the moral decay in today's culture then reason with the fact that adolescent's minds are still in the process of developing to full maturity, addiction can happen quicker than we are willing to believe. The problem of pornography and teenage sexual addiction , devastating, and increasing. When faced with their teen's struggle, most parents don't know where to begin to get their child the help he needs.
(801) 682-1770
Mount Pleasant, Utah 84647
Aspiro, Treatment Facility  in Mount Pleasant
“Aspiro is licensed by the state of Utah as a youth treatment program. While Aspiro is classified as a wilderness program, the term ";Wilderness Adventure Therapy (WAT) more accurately describes our approach. Aspiro is a 6-9 week, clinically sophisticated, high-impact intervention designed to help struggling youth develop self-respect, experience healing, and return to basic core values. Students benefit from a highly effective, solution-focused approach through a combination of individual, group, and adventure therapy. WAT Programs combine best practices from traditional Wilderness Therapy and High Adventure Therapy. In addition to living in the outdoors for their entire stay, participants experience the added benefits of adventure therapy which is critical in developing a healthy level of self-efficacy. Adventure expeditions may include rock climbing, bouldering, canyoneering, kayaking, mountain biking, caving, mountaineering, and more. These expeditions, however, are not used as simple recreational activities. Instead, each activity is used as a tool to develop healthy coping strategies and obtain a thorough clinical assessment to reach a desired therapeutic outcome. Participants become engaged in this process quickly and learn to enjoy and thrive in this powerful model.
(888) 741-6412
Mount Pleasant, Utah 84647
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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