Here at Trinity Teen in Wyoming, we only take a limited number of people for our facility at a time. This is so that we can personalize treatment to each girl’s needs. We want time to focus on what’s going on in her life and give her one-on-one treatment in a family-like setting. Every girl’s treatment plan will include a combination of individual, group, and family therapy. We specialize in treating trauma, sexual abuse, adoption issues, divorce issues, addictions, borderline personality disorder, behavioral issues, depression, anger and suicidal patients.
There are some things that are simply best handled in a one-on-one environment. Dealing with specific behaviors, setting personal goals, and trying new coping techniques and habits can all happen in an intimate conversation between a patient and a counselor, especially when relationships of trust and confidence are developed. We strive to help girls understand more about themselves and their situation, as well as their relationship with God. By using evidence-based approaches to mental and emotional challenges, we help girls identify the root of behavior problems and equip them with coping tools that can serve them in the future. Our experienced and personable life coaches help girls to make plans for the future and troubleshoot harmful behavior.
Often, girls who come to us here at Trinity are surprised and relieved to meet others who have experienced the same challenges that they have. People who come to us struggle with a variety of problems, from borderline personality disorder to PTSD. Because each individual must find their own way to recovery it can often help to hear about solutions that have helped others. This can help girls to discover their own path to peace and healing.
All group therapy is guided by members of our team who are experienced in these kinds of settings, so that girls can get the most out of their interactions. Often, the support of the community that girls find at Trinity is one of the biggest factors for change and recovery.
We believe that God created us in family groups for a reason. We need each other’s support and strength in order to face the challenges that life throws our way.
Sometimes, those challenges actually have roots in the family system itself. Other times, there are simply walls between us that must be breached in order to achieve true healing. This can be facilitated by a professional who knows how to manage the complicated and very sensitive dynamics of a family. We want to build up not only the individual girl, but the whole family and help everyone come away with tools that will facilitate better interactions and communication.
We think it’s important to give parents progress reports and let them know what’s going on with their daughter at our ranch. We know that you’re concerned and that you love your daughter, and we want you to be a part of the process of healing and change that happens here.