What We Treat At BasePoint Academy
Discover What Teenage Mental Health Conditions We Treat at BasePoint Academy
Did You Know?
Approximately 50% of all lifetime mental health disorders begin to present by 14, as reported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Of that 50%, roughly 25% of teenagers experience severe impairment due to mental health disorders.
And the standard treatments available in most areas aren’t designed to fit the life of a teen and effectively address their unique challenges. BasePoint Academy in Dallas, Texas, is determined to change the tides of teen-focused care.
Lifelong healing starts now. And it begins here.
What We Treat: Teen Mental and Behavioral Health Services
We’re a teen-only facility dedicated to helping teenagers work through their daily struggles with anxiety, substance abuse, behavior issues, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other life challenges.
Through our multi-leveled treatment approach, our team is dedicated to providing our teens with compassionate, skilled, and dedicated care in a safe and supportive environment – without sacrificing their academic pursuits.
Teen Depression Treatment
Teen depression can be caused by a number of factors. Ranging from a family history of depression or a genetic predisposition to exposure to traumatic events, whether chronic or singular, and even environmental influences such as peer pressure or abuse can all contribute to the development of teen depression.
However, their experience is unique and is not addressed through standard adult treatment methods. At BasePoint Academy, we are committed to providing teen-specific treatment to help your child identify, address, and overcome the effects of depression.
Your Solution For Teen Mental Health Treatment In Dallas
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