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Ozark Trails-Help for Teens with Avoidant Personality Disorder

Ozark Trails Academy understands that you want to find help now for your teen boy or girl who struggles with Avoidant Personality Disorder. Give us a call to learn about the effective therapies we use at our residential treatment center and boarding school.

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About Avoidant Personality Disorder
We can help your teenager if they struggle with
Avoidant Personality Disorder, long-standing feelings of inadequacy and undue sensitivity to what others think about them.  These might lead to being socially inhibited and shy, wary of activities in which they’d find themselves interacting with others, afraid of being subject to scorn.

Does he or she see themselves as socially inept, believe that his or her peers find them uninteresting and unappealing, suffer from seriously low self-confidence and heightened self-consciousness?  If so, your child may well be dealing with Avoidant Personality Disorder.

It’s critical to find the right diagnosis and set of treatments that will allow your teen to thrive if they are not progressing in a traditional school setting.  Our small student base might be just the thing to ensure growth here. 

Ozark Trails—A Pace of Hope, Healing and Purpose for Troubled Teens

Ozark Trails is an affordable residential treatment center that provides outstanding clinical therapy, incredible academic learning, and amazing outdoor responsibility and adventure for teen girls and boys, ages 12-17. Our program is family focused, and students receive individual treatment care by licensed clinical therapists.


Ozark Trails rests on 750 acres near Willow Springs, MO. Daily life and therapy here includes working with horses, chickens, farming, rafting, spelunking, rock climbing, hiking, wilderness learning, and so much more.  With an unlimited access to spring rivers, caves, hiking, equine, and biking trails, we have the perfect balance of nature, inclusive of a large, comfortable facility to let our students feel safe in a home environment.

Again, if your teen boy or girl needs help recovering from Avoidant Personality Disorder, please call us at (385) 352-3371 now. We want to help him or her find new positive ways to manage life’s obstacles and traumas, and discover a true change of heart.

 

 

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