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The Curious Child

For the Curious Child: Do you have a child who often challenges the status quo by ‘acting outside the box’? This child may need an environment with the freedom to create. Is your child: Acting in a way that can be defined as ‘act now, think later’? Does your child do something then engage brain later? Lacking the ability to sit still and focus; making noises or engaging in other annoying activity without realizing that…

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The Collective Child

For the Collective Child: Do you have a child who is ‘needing continual support’? This child may have special health needs or disabilities that make their situation unique. Is your child: Experiencing a chronic illness or disability that requires more specified support? Needing more focused emotional and motivational encouragement than can be provided in a traditional school or program? Desiring a nurturing environment where ones abilities are encouraged and ones challenges are embraced? Wanting acceptance…

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The Checked-out Child

For the Checked-out Child: Do you have a child who sometime seems to be in ‘a melancholy state’? This child may be dealing with something as simple as boredom or as serious as bullying at school. Is your child: Experiencing bullying or other peer induced negative behaviors at school or elsewhere? Showing boredom or shutting-down during school, at church or at home? Beginning to resist correction or discipline at home and/or at school? Exhibiting anger,…

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The Capricious Child

For the Capricious Child: Do you have a child who seems to be ‘acting on impulse’? This child may be making bad choices by acting without thinking and you are trying to figure out what to do. Is your child: Experiencing mental health problems, such as ADHD, ADD, RAD, bipolar tendencies, and/or depressive disorders, to name a few? Demonstrating self-harming behaviors, such as cutting? (Note that we will not work with youth who have attempted…

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