Teen School Refusal Program in Los Angeles
Understanding Teen School Refusal
What is School Refusal?
Teen School Refusal Causes
Causes of School Refusal in Teenagers
Teenage School Refusal
Signs of Teen School Refusal
Your teen may have a sudden change in behavior or become withdrawn. They may no longer want to spend time with friends or family.
POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
Your teen used to be a star student but they start coming home with poor grades, or have frequent absences.
Teens struggling with school avoidance often complain of headaches, stomachaches, or other physical symptoms.
Your teen may be constantly anxious or stressed. They consistently talk about worries related to school.
Teens who are struggling with anxiety due to school refusal may have trouble sleeping.
School Refusal Treatment Options
School Refusal Treatment in Los Angeles, CA
There are many ways to help your teenager with school refusal. Key Healthcare provides school refusal treatment programs for teens, and we develop individualized treatment programs to ensure long-term recovery. These programs are designed to help troubled teenagers. If you are interested in learning more about our school refusal treatment options, contact us today.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)
Our intensive outpatient treatment for teen school refusal takes place 9 hours per week over the course of 4-12 weeks. Your teen will participate in therapy sessions that help them work through the reasons for their school refusal.
Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHP)
Our partial hospitalization for teen school refusal takes place 8 hours per day, 5 days a week, for 3-4 weeks. Teens will attend therapy sessions where they will develop the coping skills needed to get back to school and treat underlying mental health issues.
Teen Residential Treatment Program
Our male-only teen extended treatment for school refusal is a combination of our partial hospitalization program and sober living. Your teen will have around-the-clock support to treat all mental health and substance abuse issues related to his school refusal.