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Turning Winds Expands to Accommodate Over 60 Students

January 12, 2011

Turning Winds Academic Institute is a leading therapeutic boarding school for adolescents in the United Sates. After years of operations Turning Winds has helped hundreds of families in crisis, they are now expanding to accommodate over 60 Students with new facilities to promote a healthier learning environment.

Troy, MT (PRWEB) January 11, 2011

Turning Winds Academic Institute is a leading therapeutic boarding school for adolescents in the United Sates. After years of operations Turning Winds has helped hundreds of families in crisis, they are now expanding to accommodate over 60 Students with new facilities to promote a healthier learning environment.

The new girls dorm is the latest addition to their world class campus and will accommodate up to 20 girls. Notable features in the new building are granite counter tops, floor to ceiling rock fireplace, wood floors, and more than 4000 square feet of living space. In addition, the new girls facility will allow female students to have increased privacy and live in a smaller family-like-environment.

The new girls dorm is just one of many new improvements to help facilitate appropriate cross gender communication and interaction within the school, as operations manager Owen Baisden affirms, “Most of the communication between the males and females at Turning Winds occurs concurrently within structured settings such as school or therapeutic group sessions”“ the girls dorm is important because it provides improved facilities for appropriate learning and also provides a unique and friendly learning environment for adolescent girls with a wide range of problems”.

Turning Winds boarding school helps teens who are failing in life and struggling with a lack of motivation, failing in school or are suffering from problems like anger, depression, defiance, low self-esteem, abuse and neglect or peer problems (although they can also help with other teen problems including substance abuse and addiction, anxiety, ADD and ADHD, adoption and attachment issues, sexual promiscuity, running away and weight problems).

Their proven Integrated Therapeutic Curriculum helps provide opportunities for individual achievement for teens who attend their recognized therapeutic program. Opportunities for achievement are developed through our positive peer culture in school, individualized therapy, group therapy, outdoor activities, positive peer interactions, regular physical exercise, and leadership development.    

“Although our students come to us with differing struggles the way back for most is the same. A low level of self-respect and self-worth is a key indicator of a teens need to attend our school for struggling teens. As self-respect and self-worth decline risky behaviors and a lack of respect tend to increase.”

“Our focus in healing each child is to help them redevelop the frame of mind that allows each one to better see their potential and value, which is something most have started to forget, or can no longer can see. “

Turning Winds Academic Institute has been in operation since January 2002 and has helped hundreds of families with struggling teens from many locations, both domestic and international; students have come from Europe, Asia, Australia, and North, Central, and South America. Locally, the majority of the student population comes from within the United States with past students coming from all 50 states.

Parents who have a struggling teen in need of placement in our industry leading therapeutic boarding school are encouraged to call the admissions office today by phoning (toll free) 1-800-845-1380 or +208-267-1500.

For more information visit the Turning Winds website

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