July 18, 2013
(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.
On the Net:North American Precis Syndicate, Inc.(NAPSI)