Join us for a summer of sun, fun and friends at our inclusive summer camp. Achieve goals, conquer fears, build confidence and self-esteem, develop an enthusiasm for life while learning social and emotional skills that will last a lifetime.
Each of our summer programs focus on therapeutic development. Our clients will engage with new peers while participating in a variety of recreational activities that will empower them to feel confident about themselves while having fun.
An evidence-based program, our Summer C.A.M.P. (Clinically Advanced Multi-Modality Program) is designed by our team of Ph.Ds., MDs, LCSWs, LPCs and other professionals to accomplish goals in environments where our clients have the most fun! Using data driven modalities is the key to success.
Services Include: Med Management, Psychological Testing, Emotional Consultations, Social Skills Assessments, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent Education/Consultation, Individual/Group/Family Therapy, Functional Behavioral Assessments, Psychiatric Evaluation/Assessment, Trauma Assessment and Treatment.
Clients Improve in Areas: Self-Esteem, Anger Control, Rule Following, Social Behavior, Home Behavior, Friendship Skills, Classroom Behavior, Problem-Solving Skills, Academic Competence Achieve goals, conquer fears, build confidence and self-esteem.
Develop an enthusiasm for life while learning social and emotional skills, making friends while having fun! While having summer fun, we teach children underlying skills they need to help them understand and acquire both basic and advance social skills, using a total behavioral approach.
Our Summer C.A.M.P. is custom to your child's needs. Stepping Forward Summer C.A.M.P. is ideal for children and young adults, with mild to moderate learning, emotional, and behavioral difficulties.
Each summer program runs for 8-10 weeks where we ask our clients to commit to at least 3 consecutive weeks minimum for results.
This therapeutic summer camp was a great experience for my son. He was older than their target audience but fit the profile of camper - he had some emotional issues and ADHD. They had him act as a counselor in training which was a good way for him to learn leadership but still get the therapeutic effect from having the lead counselors work with him.