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A Second Chance For Girls

Posted: 10/18/2013

Self-awareness, leadership and teamwork are recurring themes of an outdoor therapeutic program for troubled girls 12 to 18
Self-awareness, leadership and teamwork are recurring themes of an outdoor therapeutic program for troubled girls 12 to 18.

(NAPSI)—Experts say that most troubled girls learn best by experiential education or "learning by doing."

For over 40 years, a nationally accredited outdoor therapeutic program has helped girls gain the academic and life skills needed to navigate the difficult road from adolescence to adulthood.

It's built around a positive, strengths-based approach featuring an accredited on-campus school, outdoor activities, and group and individual therapy to enhance girls' self-confidence and personal competence. Each girl's journey to self-awareness starts with individualized treatment and academic plans. The skilled staff are experienced to provide critical interventions at the right time while family support services strengthen parent-child relationships. The program also taps into the healing power of being outdoors in the pristine woodlands of Florida.

Called Eckerd E-Nini-Hassee, the program accepts girls 12 to 18 from across the country.

To learn more, contact (888) 726-3883 or EckerdHelpsGirls.org.

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