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A therapeutic boarding school is a type of boarding school that provides a structured and therapeutic environment for students who are experiencing emotional, behavioral, or mental health issues. These schools combine academic education with intensive therapy, counseling, and other therapeutic activities to help students address and overcome their challenges. Therapeutic boarding schools typically have a team of mental health professionals, including therapists, counselors, and psychiatrists, who work with students to develop individualized treatment plans. These plans may include individual and group therapy sessions, family therapy, medication management, and other forms of support. In addition to therapy, students at therapeutic boarding schools participate in a range of activities designed to build self-esteem, improve social skills, and develop healthy habits. These activities may include outdoor recreation, art therapy, music therapy, and physical fitness programs. The ultimate goal of a therapeutic boarding school is to help students develop the skills and strategies they need to manage their emotions, behaviors, and mental health challenges, and to succeed academically and in their personal lives. Therapeutic boarding schools may also be known as emotional growth schools, residential treatment centers, or therapeutic communities. Other names for these types of schools may include: therapeutic schools, therapeutic academies, behavioral schools, therapeutic wilderness programs, alternative schools, troubled teen programs, motional and behavioral schools, therapeutic ranches, special needs schools