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Equine Experience: How Working With Horses Can Build Self-Esteem and Trust

Turning Winds utilizes a variety of experiential treatment modalities. We use the great outdoors of Montana to combine adventure therapy, experiential education, and psycho-educational therapy. Experiential learning is based on the assumption that lasting change can occur when people are placed outside their familiar comfort environment and immersed in new

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Outdoor Activities Do More Than Just Support Therapy—They Are Therapy

Exposure to nature and exercising outdoors can improve a person’s mental health immensely. Through utilizing outdoor recreation in our treatment program, our teens experience the therapeutic effect of the great outdoors in a way that few will ever forget.  Last summer, our outdoor program launched a new pontoon boat. It

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Thriving in a Culture of Mutual Support

The Turning Winds model of care is centered around therapeutic support in a setting that resembles the family environment clients will return to. Healthy behaviors are practiced and reinforced in a safe environment. These new habits are then brought home and continue to be supported by staff during the transition.

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Group Homes In Long Beach, CA

Turning Winds is a top residential treatment center specializing in a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education for teenage boys and girls from Long Beach, CA who may be taking part in challenges such as internet addiction (social media, porn, YouTube),

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Group Homes In Spokane, WA

Turning Winds is a superior residential treatment center specializing in a variety of therapeutic intervention strategies (CBT, DBT, behavioral therapy) and life skills development and experiential education for adolescent boys and girls from Spokane, WA who may be experiencing obstacles such as pornography addiction (online or magazines), pain medication abuse/addiction,

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