RAD | Reactive Attachment Disorder – Therapeutic Boarding School for teens with RAD

Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)

Diagnosis such as RAD are becoming more common in adopted teens today. What is RAD? RAD is Reactive Attachement Disorder and is defined as children or teens that presumed to have grossly disturbed internal working models of relationships which may lead to interpersonal and behavioral difficulties in later life. A therapeutic boarding school is a great solution for teens with Reactive Attachment Disorder when counseling and therapy have been ineffective. Many parents are concerned about “sending their teen away” when they are diagnosed with RAD, concerned that he will feel “abandoned” once again. Through structure, constant supervision, discipline, counseling, mentoring, a teen diagnosed with RAD can find victory and success at a therapeutic boarding school like Agapé Boarding School. If you are having trouble with your teen and he has been diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder and counseling/therapy has been ineffective, you should get help now!

Has your teen been diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)?
Agapé Boarding School’s therapeutic program includes:

  • Structured environment
  • Individual & group counseling
  • Individual & group mentoring
  • Accredited academics
  • Ability to make up failed courses
  • College Prep studies
  • S.A.T. Prep classes
  • Graduate early

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Agape Boarding School for Boys

Looking for help for a teen diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)?

If you are struggling with your son and are looking for a wilderness program, boot camp, or boarding school for your RAD teen, Agapé Boarding School can help. Our program accepts students from the East coast states of Florida, Georgia, Washington, DC, Virginia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine, and Maryland. Western states such as Colorado, Arizona, Ohio, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin, Alaska, Indiana, Arkansas, Nebraska, as well as from the west coast states of Washington, Nevada, Oregon, and California. But most of our students come from Texas, Florida, Washington, New York, and California. We also accept students from Canada.