Academic pressures, new relationships and influences from friends or family can result in emotions and behaviors that are difficult to manage. When teens feel anxious or stressed, display an lack of self-confidence, act out in aggression or skip school, it could point to a more serious mental health issues.
The Providence Center’s programs for teens ages 12 to 17 offer solutions. Services help teens develop coping skills, manage their emotions and behaviors and improving communication skills. The result is better school performance, positive behaviors and improved relationships with family, friends and teachers.
When more intense services are needed to treat acute behavioral, emotional or social problems, the partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs allow teens to address issues and focus on learning the skills needed to manage emotions and behaviors. This program aims to develop and improve skills including: