Weekday Daily Schedule Breakdown:6:30 AM-7: 30 AM Recreational Therapy (Morning fitness run and outside free time) 7: 30 AM-8:00 AM Personal Study Time – 12 Step Program Work – Addictions work 8:00 AM-8:30 AM Breakfast 8:30 AM-9:00 AM Therapy work time including Bibliotherapy assigned by therapist 9:00 AM-10:00 AM (Therapy group run by your son’s therapist) 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Process Group: behavior modification, social skills, team building skills 12:00PM-1:00PM Lunch 1:00 PM-1:30 PM Chores and daily tasks 1:30 PM-2:00 PM Cognitive Development (Personal study time/Journaling) 2:00PM–4:00PM Academics/Schooling 4:00 PM Snack 4:00 PM–6:00 PM Academics/Schooling 6:00 PM-6:30 PM Personal Study Time – 12 Step Program Work – Addictions work 6:30 PM-7:00 PM Cognitive Development (weekly quote study) 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Dinner with Assigned Families & Daily Evaluation Writing 8:00 PM-8:30 PM Self-Esteem (personal reading, self-help study, Journaling) 9:00 PM Lights out When it comes to the weekends, we like to add a bit more fun to the weekend. There will be times where some of the time slots will be swapped out for hiking in the mountains, movie time, or a family visit. Below is just a basic breakdown of our weekend schedule.
Weekend Schedule Breakdown:8:00 AM-9:00 AM Breakfast 9:00 AM-11:00 AM Facility Deep Clean 11:00AM-12:00PM Personal Study Time – 12 Step Program Work – Addictions work 12:00 PM-1:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Recreational Therapy (outside free time) 4:00 PM Snack 4:00 PM-5:00 PM Personal Reading - Self Help Study - Journaling 5:00 PM-5:30 PM Healthy Spirituality (Religious Study Time) 6:00 pM-6:30 PM Self-Esteem Study (personal reading, self-help study) 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Dinner with Assigned Families & Daily Evaluation Writing 8:00 PM-8:30 PM End-Of-Week Evaluations If you have any questions regarding our program schedule, we are happy to hear from you at any time and are ready to answer any questions you may have concerning our program and your son's involvement.
Therapeutic Programs for Troubled BoysFar too many parents write off their son’s bad behavior as a “boys will be boys” attitude, but the truth is that risky behavior and failing to thrive at school and at home can signal some serious issues that aren’t being addressed. When parents watch their sons spiral out of control, they need to find a therapeutic program for troubled boys that can give them a structured and safe atmosphere in which to rehabilitate. Liahona Academy is the one place where teen boys can get professional help and leave their bad behavior behind. Liahona Academy is happy to talk to any parents who want more information on therapeutic programs for troubled boys when they call 1-855-587-1416.
Why Parents Have Chosen Liahona AcademyWhile there are lots of teen help programs across the country, they are not all created the same. In fact, many boot camps, wilderness programs, and military schools don’t even offer therapeutic programs. Residential treatment centers like Liahona Academy are the best way for teens to get the help they need. It’s hard for parents to enroll their child in a school that takes them away from home, but in the long run, it is best for everyone. It helps that Liahona Academy is located in a state that has very strict rules and regulations on how teen help facilities must be run. That gives parents the peace they seek in knowing their teen is well-cared for. Liahona Academy has the academic, social and therapeutic programs that turn troubled boys into the young men they need to be to transition well into adulthood. Even though parents want to help their sons out as best they can, sometimes there’s no other choice but to send them to an out home treatment center. If local counseling isn’t working, and teen boys are not finding much success at school or at home, a change of scenery is often the best thing to start the process of healing. Liahona Academy welcomes teenagers from across the country to its therapeutic programs for troubled boys.
Troubling Statistics for Teens Who Don’t Get Professional HelpWithout therapeutic intervention, troubled teen boys will push forward in frustration and fear as they do whatever it takes to distract themselves from their real problems. Many boys turn to risky behavior like drugs, drinking, unhealthy sexual activity, self-harm, and violence. Parents who are seeing an increase in risky behavior have very little time to lose before getting their child into a treatment center. These are just a few of the behaviors of teen boys across the country:
- Just eighty-three percent of teenagers in the country actually graduate
- Twenty percent of teenage boys in the country tried alcohol before their 13th birthday
- Thirty-three percent of American teens drank last month
- Seven percent of all teen boys here have experimented with the drug cocaine
- The suicide death rate for the USA is 12.97 per 100,000.