Breaking the Stigma: Seeking Help for Youth with Behavioral and Mental Health Challenges

At Aspire Day School, we understand that seeking help for youth struggling with behavioral and mental health challenges can be daunting. There is often a stigma attached to asking for support, but it’s important to recognize that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Understanding the Benefits of DBT, CBT, and Skillstreaming

Our comprehensive approach includes Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Skillstreaming. These evidence-based practices are designed to help youth develop critical skills for managing their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.

DBT focuses on teaching coping skills to manage stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships. CBT helps individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors. Skillstreaming involves teaching practical skills for everyday interactions and problem-solving.

Summer Enrichment Program: Now Enrolling

Aspire Day School’s Summer Enrichment Program is currently in session and has spots available for youth who would benefit from our specialized services. Our program includes individual, group, and family therapy sessions, providing a well-rounded support system for each student.

By participating in our Summer Enrichment Program, youth can continue their growth and development in a supportive environment, ensuring they have the tools they need for success.

Make a Referral or Learn More

If you know a youth who could benefit from our services, we encourage you to make a referral today. Visit Aspire Day School’s referral page or call us at 833-545-2850 to learn more about how we can help.

Seeking help is a courageous step towards a brighter future. Let’s work together to remove the stigma and ensure every child gets the support they need.


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