SYRACUSE, UT, January 18, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Teens across the country felt a substantial negative impact on their mental health from the COVID-19 pandemic. Having their normal day-to-day lifestyle stripped away from them has left a lot of kids feeling at an all-time low. More teens than ever before are facing depression and anxiety disorders. These disorders coming in at earlier ages have also led to more cases of underage substance abuse and even thoughts of suicide.
With so much worry in the world right now, it’s almost unavoidable for younger people to feel the effects. That is why the team at Elevations RTC (Residential Treatment Center) wants to help students of all genders recover from this mental health and behavioral conditions issue. They know the aftermath of the pandemic is especially hard on teens and want to build their spirits back up.
One of the biggest things that Elevations RTC wants to stress with parents is the importance of nurturing their teen’s mental health. Younger people who were already facing struggles with their mental health have taken a big hit with everything that has gone on.
Restrictions have caused a lot of students to feel the harmful effects of isolation. Without their routine, like attending social gatherings, these young adults feel higher stress and anxiety levels. These issues can lead them down a path of unhealthy coping mechanisms.
It’s common for parents to fear the worst with their teens as the pandemic has gone on longer than anyone expected. Often parents are at a loss and don’t know what to do for their struggling teens. Elevations RTC offers many types of therapy to help students struggling.
One thing that sets Elevations RTC apart from other treatment programs is that this center works with each young adult to find the right type of therapy for them. Finding the right therapy for each teen is significant to ensure positive and healthy development. Doing this the right way can make or break their recovery experience.
At Elevations RTC, therapy isn’t just a one on one discussion with a doctor. From individual therapy to group therapy to outdoor recreation to art therapy, they do many things to get teens active and focused on improving their mental health. Combined with a fully accredited education program, Elevation’s staff can keep their students engaged and thriving.
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