A New Day Where Typical is A Welcome Change

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL WEEKDAY LOOK LIKE?

Our daily goal is to provide structure while offering opportunities for growth and learning in a variety of settings– academic, clinical, and residential.  We strive to balance opportunities for our students to connect with one another, staff, and family back home while also providing time to reflect.  Our program is designed to help students heal for the purpose of treatment for depression and anxiety as well as other struggles.

The typical day at Elevations is another way in which we help our students who may or may not need treatment for depression and anxiety grow into healthier, happier, more productive people.

Every day at Elevations, students experience new and exciting things. We offer a variety of experiential and therapeutic activities. We like to have fun here at Elevations, which means every day offers something teens have never experienced before. This could be in the form of a new food or a new recreational activity like rafting or biking. At Elevations, treatment for depression and anxiety includes a combination of clinical and experiential activities. The natural beauty of Utah and surrounding areas allows for fun, safe adventures off campus. The opportunities off-campus allow for new experiences that encourage personal growth and healing.

Morning

7:00 AM – Wake up, shower, clean

7:30 AM – Breakfast

8:15 AM – Kick off meeting, Meditation

9:00 AM Health & Fitness Class

10:30 AM – Speciality groups, PSG, DBT Skills group, Processing group

12:00 PM – Advisory Meetings

Afternoon

1:00 PM – Lunch

1:30 PM – School

4:30 PM – Quiet time in room, Substance abuse group, Free Time, Clubs

5:00 PM – Milieu Group, Team Building Group, Clubs

6:10 PM – Dinner

6:45 PM – Study hall

Evening

7:45 PM – Free time

8:45 PM – Wrap up meeting, meditation

9:30 PM – Prep for bed, quiet time in room

10:00 PM – Lights out

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